Not in Israel.
Forward thinker, Abu Oudai, chief rocket coordinator for the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade in the West Bank, recently claimed that the Israeli army could be defeated, in part at least, because it was "full of gay soldiers and full of corruption." Whereof does he speak?
In 1983, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) adopted regulations which officially allowed homosexuals to serve in the military. Oudai may not be impressed with the prospect of gay personnel, but security and mental health officials for the IDF have found no evidence the long-standing inclusion of homosexuals in the IDF has harmed operational effectiveness, combat readiness, unit cohesion, or morale in the Israeli military.