Israel’s Gay Community Cites Itself As “The Gay Capital Of The World” REPENT ISRAEL!

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Tel Aviv Gay Pride has become one of the biggest events of the year in Tel Aviv with the city’s gay community coming out in force to ensure that they, and the many visitors who come from overseas have a great time and firm up the city’s reputation as the Gay Capital of the Middle East, and perhaps, one of the Gay Capitals of the World. The “Holy Lands” Gay Pride Week takes place every June, with a surge of gay-friendly events taking place across the city, culminating on the Friday with the famed pride parade. The 2020  Gay Pride Parade in the “Holy Land” will take place on June 12.

Rvelers take part in the Gay Pride Parade in Tel Aviv, on June 08, 2018

The parade will go down Bograshov Street to Herbert Samuel, and then down the beach for a large party in Charles Clore Park. All of this takes place in the Holy Land every year.

Of course, Gay Pride Week is not the only week where gay life is big in Tel Aviv – the city has a sizable gay population and is popular with visitors throughout the year. The Tel Aviv Municipality said over 250,000 people celebrated at the city’s 20th Gay Pride Parade in 2018, an event that draws people from around the world to party at the Israeli beach city that has built an image of an oasis of tolerance for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community.

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Tel Aviv’s annual parade stands in sharp contrast to most other cities in the region. Across the rest of the Middle East, gay and lesbian relationships are mostly taboo. Pervasiveness of religion in everyday life, along with strict cultural norms, plays a major factor.

During the Gay Pride parades in the “Holy Land”, cafes, stores, and lamp posts are decked with rainbow flags across Tel Aviv, with tens of thousands of tourists visiting Israel specifically for the event.

“With all these flags, I already feel at home,” said Jimmy Chan, 39, who arrived from China to attend the event. “Seeing this parade in such a religious country makes you feel more connected as a community.”

Gay Pride Parade, Tel Aviv 2019

Israel’s foreign ministry highlights Tel Aviv’s status as one of the world’s most gay-friendly cities in its promotional material.

Gay 3 Tel Aviv places a large emphasis on Pride Week, since it’s a huge draw for international tourists. Tens of thousands of tourists visit Israel for Tel Aviv’s pride week each year.

In a statement the municipality hailed its status as the world’s “most gay-friendly city”.

Huldai praised his city for being “a beacon for liberty, pluralism, and tolerance,” and vowed Tel Aviv would continue to “support and celebrate our local LGBT culture and act as a welcoming destination for the international gay community.”


10 thoughts on “Israel’s Gay Community Cites Itself As “The Gay Capital Of The World” REPENT ISRAEL!

  1. Sin is everywhere! There is no such place today known as a holy land! If this land were holy God would destroy everyone standing in it because of sin! People are spending lots of money to visit a place that is just as corrupt as the place their coming from. It’s time to end the vacation and pray, pray for yourself and for your family. We are in the middle of a real war that can only be seen with spiritual eyes. It’s time to separate ourselves from the attractions which are actually distractions in this world and focus on God and His Kingdom- it’s time to prepare your household for the coming of the Messiah, even if there is no one in your household except you. It’s time to really wake up people.


  2. That’s quite a proclamation “ Gay capital of the world”. Does anyone have fear of God anymore? What has happened to the conscious of man? Who will be standing in holiness when the Messiah returns?


  3. This goes to show that evil is everywhere. There’s no need for anyone moving to Israel thinking that it is more holy than any other place, if you want to be in a holy place make yourself holy and your house a holy, separated, place.


  4. This should be an eye opener for everyone. The whole world is evil! There are good and bad people in every country. Put your trust in God, not a city, not a country, and not a people.


  5. Repent!!!!! You are the chosen of God, only that was given to Jerusalem and not the Gentiles! Repent from this evil and be baptized.


  6. Yes, repent Israel. Don’t go to hell with the Gentiles who deny the very existence of God by their behavior. It is an honorable thing to be a Jew or a Hebrew, don’t throw your destiny away by partaking in the filth of the heathen. Please turn away from this rubbish and repent.


  7. The message of repentance is for EVERYONE who is in sin, including the Jewish people. People think that if any small thing is said against Jews it’s considered antisemitism, but that’s not what antisemitism is. That would be like telling people of color to repent of their sins and that’s considered being racist. Repent Jerusalem! For God will destroy you too together with all evildoers.


  8. Israel, don’t let filth rest in such a holy place or have place in God’s chosen people. Overcome this wickedness and don’t be like the rest of the world. Repent now while their is still a chance.


  9. Yes, REPENT Israel. Together with the rebellion taking place in other parts of the world, this behavior has brought on this judgement of Yah that people are calling the corona virus. This virus is JUDGEMENT! Turn from your evil ways Gods chosen people and repent so that God will quell His fury and heal the land!


  10. Sorry to say this Carie, but Gods chosen ones are the Hebrews who happen to be the black Americans, and certain others sold into slavery and have probably been mixed with white blood.


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