In landmark decision, Lebanese military court rules that homosexuality is not a crime (Global Voices, 9 April 2019)
09 Apr 2019

On March 30, 2019, a Lebanese military court ruled that homosexuality is not a crimeand refused to prosecute four individuals accused of the ‘crime’. This landmark decision is the first case of a military court refusing to equate homosexuality with a crime, although there have been precedents in civilian courts.

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