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Amini Amir Abdullah, who heads Perkasa's Islamic affairs bureau, said Muslims should stay away from Starbucks because its pro-gay rights policy is against Islam and Malaysia's constitution.Sodomy is illegal in Malaysia and punishable by up to 20 years in prison.At a 2013 shareholders meeting, Schultz responded to a shareholder who thought the coffeemaker's support for gay marriage hurt the bottom line: "Not every decision is an economic decision," Schultz said."The lens in which we are making that decision is through the lens of our people.”Perkasa said in a statement that the Malaysian government should revoke the trading license given to Starbucks and other companies such as Microsoft and Apple that support LGBT rights and same-sex marriage.The Family Love Alliance, a conservative Islamist advocacy organization, petitioned the Constitutional Court to broaden existing Indonesian law, which makes adultery illegal but does not ban sexual relations between unmarried people.A decision is expected in December or early next year, after the court hearings are completed.Four heterosexual couples also were caned Tuesday, receiving a far lesser number of strokes for affection outside marriage.Members of the crowd cheered and shouted as the men were whipped across the back and winced with pain.
Malaysian group Perkasa, which supports a hard-line form of Islam and nationalism, this week called on its more than 500,000 members to stay away from Starbucks coffee shops.
Mobile phone footage circulated online and used as evidence for the prosecution shows one of the men naked and visibly distressed as he calls for help on his mobile phone.
The second man is seen being repeatedly pushed by another man who is preventing the couple from leaving the room as he begs: “Please brother, please stop…my parents want to talk to you, they can pick me up.” Human Rights Watch called for the couple to be released immediately, saying the punishment sought by prosecutors constitutes torture under international law.
A gay couple could be punished with 80 lashes after vigilantes filmed them having sex in Indonesia, amid international alarm over growing restrictions on the country’s LGBT community.
They would be the first men to be caned for same-sex relations under a new code of Sharia law implemented in Muslim-majority Aceh province.