Ban Fr. Dominic Valamanal entry to Vienna, Austria

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The petition is to make a formal request for seeking an exclusion order from the Municipal Department (MA 35)  to ban Fr. Dominic Valamanal (Kerala, India) from entering Vienna. Fr. Dominic has earlier preached against differently abled children and their families. His preaching has created wide spread opposition in social media and therefore he has been banned in several countries like Ireland, Canada, Australia and in the United Kingdom.

He verbally abused autistic kids and compared their parents to wild animals having no intelligence but just living for sex, alcohol and reproduction. He blamed their parents by calling them sinful people who do not belong to Christian Society and extended this accusation to the youth. He also engaged in various homophobic hate speeches citing gays and lesbians as cursed people and that they should be excluded from society. His opinions strongly opposes the values and tolerance of our society in Vienna and does not belong in the community of a developed country like Austria.

These type of hate speeches are not something that belongs in our Vienna community and we do not encourage these type of hate filled, unscientific, irrational notions to be propagated in the country. We, as a community are strongly against any attempt that could ruin the moral and scientific framework of the society and we discourage any attempt made by people like this person who could potentially be a threat to the development and integration of our children in the local society and also their future in this country.

His recent  claim was that he has vanished some kind of viruses in an ICU unit in Mumbai  with Holy water (but not specifying any name of  the hospital or Doctor). What does he mean by these kind of claims? Don’t we need any prevention against  deadly viruses?  Then why  is he not going to Corona spreaded areas and do his magic powers!!

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His preaching is cancelled in Ireland by Catholic Archbishop of Dublin and  also in Canada by Calgary Catholic Diocese.


His Australian visit was also cancelled after complaints raised by parents of autism kids.