23 April 2006- Britain's most powerful Muslim organisation was accused last night of a making a stunning U-turn on a commitment to tackle homophobia. Just days after the Muslim Council of Britain signalled it was planning to sign up to a five-year plan to reach out to Britain's gay community, senior members of the organisation have ripped up the strategy.
08 May 2006- Iraq- Human rights groups have condemned the barbaric murder of a 14-year-old boy who was shot and killed in front of his home by police for what they're saying was the crime of 'being gay'. Ahmed Khalil was beaten by several men wearing Iraqi police uniforms and then shot at point-blank range in Bagdhad last week, according to his neighbors in the al-Dura area of Baghdad.
27 August 2006- PANAJI: The number of gays entering into wedlock in Goa is on the rise and groups working for homosexual rights are demanding legal cover for such marriages.
"In the last couple of years in Goa, we got 25 such gay couples married. They don't have social acceptance but the number of gay marriages is rising," said Vishant Chodankar of the Humsafar trust in Goa.
23 Oct 2006- London- The leading imam in Manchester, England, confirms that he thinks the execution of sexually active gay men is justified, the rights group Outrage reported.
Arshad Misbahi of the Manchester Central Mosque confirmed his views in a conversation to John Casson, a local psychotherapist.
26 Jan 2007- The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) has expressed its full support to the principled stand taken by Christian leaders opposed to new regulations on the adoption of children by homosexuals.
"The right to practice one's faith, or the freedom to have no belief, is a cornerstone of our society as is the right of all to live free from unfair discrimination and harassment," the MCB said.