Three men carrying handguns and machetes attacked the office of the Haitian LGBT rights group Kouraj last week.

Amnesty International said Wednesday that the office was ransacked and two of the group's members were beaten.

“The office of Haitian LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) rights organization Kouraj was attacked by armed men who assaulted two members of the organization, ransacked the premises and stole sensitive personal information,” Amnesty International said in a statement. “Kouraj activists are also receiving homophobic telephone threats since then.”

According to the AP, the attackers stole two laptops which contain information about the group's members.

Anti-gay sentiment runs high in Haiti, where over the summer more than 1,000 protesters threatened to burn down Parliament if gay marriage is legalized in the Caribbean nation.