Bechara El Raii is a Gay Hit!

Did you know that when you Google:

– “Bechara El Raii Lebanon”, you get 87,800 results

– “Bechara El Raii Beirut”, you get 80,400 results

Those are good numbers.

But…

When you google:

“Bechara El Raii gay”, you get 122,000 results

– “Bechara El Raii homosexuality”, you get 115,000 results

Lebanese Maronite Patriarch Bechara El Raii

Mr. El Raii…

You obviously have a lot in common with gay people than you think!

Let’s join forces & spread love & tolerance. What do you say?

We’re hot & we bring in some great numbers! Isn’t that what matters these days?

Heck, we might even overlook that liiiittle thing you said about gays being “abnormal and a disease”.

Shu hobb?! Still not convinced?

Okay, Did you know that when you google:

– “Bechara El Raii peacemaker”, you get 21,700 results

But when you google:

– “Bechara El Raii homophobe”, you get 23,200 results

Ay. Ay. Ay.

You gotta get your act together Mister.

ps: My offer still stands

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28 thoughts on “Bechara El Raii is a Gay Hit!

  1. Mariam April 10, 2011 / 4:24 am

    Lol that’s hilarious. Good on you for catching all that 😛 I would never think of it!

    I hope he reads it for the sake of seeing what it looks like .. tskt tsk indeed.

  2. moudz April 10, 2011 / 11:38 am

    Hahahaha I found this to be sooo amusing! Well said!

  3. bahaahe April 10, 2011 / 1:48 pm

    IT TOOK YOU ALOT OF TIME TO RESEARCH THAT 🙂

  4. Mi7tar April 10, 2011 / 3:09 pm

    LOOOOOL

    How did u get the idea of googling his name ? hahaha

    Soooooooooooo funny hehe

  5. Peter April 10, 2011 / 5:08 pm

    LOL , that is truly smart 🙂

  6. BiSexual April 10, 2011 / 11:23 pm

    I must say that such statistics are quite interesting and i don’t think that it was that hard to find specially when we are talking about BB 😉

    So, i add my voice to yours dear and say: ” MR RAII, YOU REALLY NEED TO THINK ABOUT THIS OFFER AFTER THOSE NUMBERS “

  7. John April 11, 2011 / 10:35 am

    Mich min zamen bi interview la2ilo on Mtv(mouch ghalet)..He said and i quote: “el chouzouz 7ale Maradiye…”

    Fa i don’t think he will take your offer anytime soon.!

    Niyyelna fiyon…balad ma2tou3 el 2amal minno

  8. Christine April 11, 2011 / 11:29 am

    Don’t mean to burst your bubble… but I am trying to look at this logically: Do you think there is any chance you got these numbers because if u google:
    Gay: 548,000,000 hits
    Lebanon: 253,000,000 hits

    Meaning that no matter whose name you google with those 2 words, the addition of “gay” definitely wins!

    But I have to admit, Mr. Boy… you do have a pretty creative mind 🙂

    • BeirutBoy April 11, 2011 / 12:46 pm

      Samir GeaGea Lebanon: 462,000 results
      Samir GeaGea Beirut: 263,000 results

      versus

      Samir GeaGea gay: 21,700 results
      Samir GeaGea homosexuality: 23,800 results

      lol

      • Christine April 11, 2011 / 2:19 pm

        Darn!
        I tried it first with my own name… and got similar results to Bechara El Raii… so (wrongly) assumed it would be the case with all names.
        Samir Geagea never crossed my mind!

      • BeirutBoy April 11, 2011 / 2:29 pm

        LOL. no bel3akes. u have a point too. i was jst continuin to have fun wit this =P

      • BiSexual April 11, 2011 / 3:48 pm

        hhhmmmm and why you selected Samir GeaGea ???!!!

      • BeirutBoy April 11, 2011 / 3:50 pm

        Randomly 😉

  9. Jimmy April 11, 2011 / 1:43 pm

    Oh you should do as well for the Mufti of the Republic and the highest Chiite Sheikh as well , it would be awesome ^^
    If only they knew how much love I have for them all 😛

  10. Alex April 11, 2011 / 3:05 pm

    lol that’s some funny wit BB…love it

  11. Tony April 11, 2011 / 4:42 pm

    Good thing that most Catholics and Catholic countries don’t think the same. Spain, Argentina ,Canada,Massachusetts, Connecticut, all have One of the biggest Catholic populations in the world and they all have gay marriage. Its only a matter of time before the Catholic church catches up with realty.

  12. Tony April 11, 2011 / 4:43 pm

    oh, forgot portugal

  13. Ralph April 11, 2011 / 10:56 pm

    What an asshole! Seriously, someone should just put him out of his misery. Al he’s an educated religious man al. Eh, aktar shway.

  14. Danielle April 11, 2011 / 11:35 pm

    Fantastical randomness..Imagine the great things you two could achieve together!

  15. z September 10, 2011 / 11:23 am

    Patriarch Rai spoke the truth. He just doesn’t compromise, that’s why he’s under fire.

    The Bible consistently tells us that homosexual activity is a sin (Genesis 19:1-13; Leviticus 18:22; 20:13; Romans 1:26-27; 1 Corinthians 6:9). Romans 1:26-27 teaches specifically that homosexuality is a result of denying and disobeying God. When people continue in sin and unbelief, God “gives them over” to even more wicked and depraved sin in order to show them the futility and hopelessness of life apart from God. 1 Corinthians 6:9 proclaims that homosexual “offenders” will not inherit the kingdom of God.

    God does not create a person with homosexual desires. The Bible tells us that people become homosexuals because of sin (Romans 1:24-27) and ultimately because of their own choice. A person may be born with a greater susceptibility to homosexuality, just as some people are born with a tendency to violence and other sins. That does not excuse the person’s choosing to sin by giving in to sinful desires. If a person is born with a greater susceptibility to anger/rage, does that make it right for him to give into those desires? Of course not! The same is true with homosexuality.

    However, the Bible does not describe homosexuality as a “greater” sin than any other. All sin is offensive to God. Homosexuality is just one of the many things listed in 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 that will keep a person from the kingdom of God. According to the Bible, God’s forgiveness is just as available to a homosexual as it is to an adulterer, idol worshipper, murderer, thief, etc. God also promises the strength for victory over sin, including homosexuality, to all those who will believe in Jesus Christ for their salvation (1 Corinthians 6:11; 2 Corinthians 5:17; Philippians 4:13).
    “Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived; neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor homosexuals, nor thieves, nor the covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers, will inherit the kingdom of God” (1 Corinthians 6:9-10). There is a tendency to declare homosexuality as the worst of all sins. While it is undeniable, biblically speaking, that homosexuality is immoral and unnatural (Romans 1:26-27), in no sense does the Bible describe homosexuality as an unforgivable sin. Nor does the Bible teach that homosexuality is a sin Christians will never struggle against.

    Perhaps that is the key phrase in the question of whether it is possible to be a gay Christian: “struggle against.” It is possible for a Christian to struggle with homosexual temptations. Many homosexuals who become Christians have ongoing struggles with homosexual feelings and desires. Some strongly heterosexual men and women have experienced a “spark” of homosexual interest at some point in their lives. Whether or not these desires and temptations exist does not determine whether a person is a Christian. The Bible is clear that no Christian is sinless (1 John 1:8,10). While the specific sin / temptation varies from one Christian to another, all Christians have struggles with sin, and all Christians sometimes fail in those struggles (1 Corinthians 10:13).

    What differentiates a Christian’s life from a non-Christian’s life is the struggle against sin. The Christian life is a progressive journey of overcoming the “acts of the flesh” (Galatians 5:19-21) and allowing God’s Spirit to produce the “fruit of the Spirit” (Galatians 5:22-23). Yes, Christians sin, sometimes horribly. Sadly, sometimes Christians are indistinguishable from non-Christians. However, a true Christian will always repent, will always eventually return to God, and will always resume the struggle against sin. But the Bible gives no support for the idea that a person who perpetually and unrepentantly engages in sin can indeed be a Christian. Notice 1 Corinthians 6:11, “And that is what some of you were. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God.”

    First Corinthians 6:9-10 lists sins that, if indulged in continuously, identify a person as not being redeemed—not being a Christian. Often, homosexuality is singled out from this list. If a person struggles with homosexual temptations, that person is presumed to be unsaved. If a person actually engages in homosexual acts, that person is definitely thought to be unsaved. However, the same assumptions are not made, at least not with the same emphasis, regarding other sins in the list: fornication (pre-marital sex), idolatry, adultery, thievery, covetousness, alcoholism, slander, and deceit. It is inconsistent, for example, to declare those guilty of pre-marital sex as “disobedient Christians,” while declaring homosexuals definitively non-Christians.

    Is it possible to be a gay Christian? If the phrase “gay Christian” refers to a person who struggles against homosexual desires and temptations – yes, a “gay Christian” is possible. However, the description “gay Christian” is not accurate for such a person, since he/she does not desire to be gay, and is struggling against the temptations. Such a person is not a “gay Christian,” but rather is simply a struggling Christian, just as there are Christians who struggle with fornication, lying, and stealing. If the phrase “gay Christian” refers to a person who actively, perpetually, and unrepentantly lives a homosexual lifestyle – no, it is not possible for such a person to truly be a Christian.

    • BeirutBoy September 10, 2011 / 1:21 pm

      Thank you for copy pasting the information from Google, but those words mean nothing to me as I don’t have a religion to begin with.

      I am not a Christian.
      I am not Druze.
      I am not a Muslim.
      I am not a Jew.

      I will always be gay, always be at peace with myself, and always be grateful that I love dick.

      • z September 11, 2011 / 5:11 am

        Don’t care if u’re gay or the devil. don’t care if those words mean something or not for you. that’s ur problem, not mine. but when u wanna criticise the Patriarch, u must understand that he’s Christian and in advance anticipate his position, not expect him to compromise for the sake of gays and then say oh well, he’s not open-minded! well, a simple common sense point of view sheds light on the fact that homosexuality destroys society and do more harm to it. go get the facts concerning homosexuality effects in America for example. go get them and see. And I’m proud to copy paste correct information from any reliable source. in fact, it’s a lot more decent to do that than to “play with boys” in a pervert way

    • Mish September 11, 2011 / 11:16 pm

      Dear person judging who’s a real Christian and who’s not, you’re the 1st one to go to Hell 🙂 (and i can quote you from the Bible for that 😉 )

      • Anonymous September 12, 2011 / 11:41 am

        And what exactly are you doing with such statement? oh, would it be “judging”? talk about double-standards..

        “and i can quote you from the Bible for that”…well, even satan did quote from the Bible when he tempted Jesus. so don’t go along that line, cause it’s easy to take Bible truths out of their Scriptural context…

        Defending Biblical view regarding homosexuality is not judging according to a human standard, it’s as it says: Biblical view regarding honosexuality. doesn’t matter at all ahether u like it or not

  16. Lucinda May 24, 2014 / 3:47 pm

    What a data of un-ambiguity and preserveness of precious knowledge regarding unpredicted emotions.

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