Uganda’s Easter Message Calls For Genocide

Clergy praise Museveni on gay law and call for resilience…
Several churches in eastern Uganda praised President Museveni in their Easter sermons for assenting to the anti-gays law in February.

In Tororo District, Bishop Emmanuel Obbo, the Archbishop of Tororo Archdiocese, urged every citizen who supported the anti-homosexuality law to lay down greed, corruption and “put them to death and let generosity rise up within us and flow out in abundance.” He said “In Christ, we have victory over dysfunctional relationships, bad habits, painful experiences, sexual temptation and devastating circumstances.”

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Gay Birmingham teacher resigns after parents complained that they did not want him to teach their children

Andrew Moffat stepped down after a group of ‘mainly Muslim’ parents complained

A gay assistant head teacher has reportedly resigned after parents complained that they did not want their children to “learn that it’s OK to be gay”.

Andrew Moffat, author of Challenging Homophobia in Primary Schools, was targeted by a group of mainly Muslim parents in the dispute at Chilwell Croft Academy, in Birmingham, The Sunday Times reported.

Mr Moffat, who resigned from his post in December and will leave the primary school this month, said some Christian parents had also complained.

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UK: African Christians will be killed if Church of of England accepts gay marriage, says Archbishop of Canterbury

Archbishop says he has seen mass grave of Christians killed by neighbours who said they feared being ‘made to become gay’

African Christians will be killed if the Church of England accepts gay marriage, the archbishop of Canterbury has suggested. Speaking on an LBC phone in, Justin Welby said he had stood by a mass grave in Nigeria of 330 Christians who had been massacred by neighbours who had justified the atrocity by saying: “If we leave a Christian community here we will all be made to become homosexual and so we will kill all the Christians.”

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