Since the massacre there has been a lot of speculation about Islam and homosexuality and there are fears that one man’s despicable act of terrorism could fan the flames of Islamophobia and other forms of social exclusion, leading to discord and unrest in an era of elevated Islamophobia.
In 2009, a Gallup survey revealed negative attitudes towards homosexuality among European Muslims.
In France, 35% of Muslims viewed homosexuality as “morally acceptable” (versus 78% of the general public).
In addition, one of the members of Trump's transition team, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, proposed to reinstate a registry of immigrants from Muslim countries.
in an email that from what the company knows, the "proposal doesn't seem to be on the table." But if it's ever asked to participate, "of course [Google] wouldn't do [it.]" An Apple spokesperson said the i Phonemaker hasn't been asked and would oppose such an effort.
In most Muslim countries, homosexuality is illegal and in some countries, including Iran and Saudi Arabia, it is punishable by death.