He visited him in October and according to the Washington Post they stayed up until 4am discussing strategy.
Gorgeous guy, very manly with all his beautiful body hairs left untouched in this rural and classic after-a-day’s-work setting.
Various courts have ruled that Article 534 of the Lebanese Penal Code, which prohibits having sexual relations that "contradict the laws of nature", should not be used to arrest LGBT people, A poll conducted by the Pew Research Center in 2007 showed that 79% of Lebanese believed "homosexuality should be rejected by society", as opposed to 18% who believed "homosexuality should be accepted by society".
Article 534 of the Lebanese Penal Code prohibits having sexual relations that are "contradicting the laws of nature", which is punishable by up to a year in prison.
The attack has created a humanitarian crisis in the country.
The prince also arrested a massive number of rich Saudi businessman and other officials in November to 'root out corruption.' Observers said Mohammed Bin Salman's aim was actually to consolidate power and silence critics, as some of the arrestees were political rivals.
On 11 December 2009, the Lebanon-based LGBT organization Helem launched a report that would target the legal situation of homosexuals in the Middle East and North Africa.That afternoon Hariri delivered his pre-written resignation speech on Saudi television, according to the report.France, the United States and Egypt all quickly stepped in - and Hariri was sent back to Lebanon.Upon entering the house, the police found the woman having sexual relations with another woman and charged them both with the crime of sodomy.In 2007, Judge Mounir Suleiman called a halt to a criminal investigation of two men arrested under Article 534.
As a practical matter, enforcement of the law had been varied and often occurred through occasional police arrests.