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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - nawaf al-bouq
''Human rights are gay rights," Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said recently, "and gay rights are human human rights, once and for all." That's a touchy-feely liberal talking point, but don't tell it to the Muslims.
"We always make sure that cases like this are not open to the public," said Jeddah Police Lieutenant Nawaf Al-Bouq. "I don't think it's appropriate or important for the citizens or the country."