please speak out against human rights abuses in Nigeria

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leonardo ricardo
6 years ago
The Anglican Communion is riddled with fear/hate/profit driven haters of LGBTI people...the Archbishops of Uganda and Nigeria are well-educated (sort of) ignoramouses who operate in a gang to humiliate, punish and outcast fellow Anglicans and others...the both of them (and other Anglican African Primates in Africa) actually ENDORSED ¨Kill the Gays¨ legislation that was illegally PASSED in the Parliament of Uganda...the worst of the crowd or religiouslike BIGOTS for profit is Henry Orombi/Uganda and Peter Akinola/Nigeria...these blokes actually came to the U.S. to enhance the hatred against LBGTI religious people at Church...they have failed, the Episcopal Church remains the success story against those who would, and do, harm others at the Anglican Communion/beyond. I SIGN AGAINST HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES! (stop the fear/hate driven insanity, now)

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oska fanga
7 years ago
The human race has suffered greatly due to misguided religious beliefs and the brainwashing of generations ,the truth is now is so deeply hedden and I fear that its permanent...we are fucked!

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Hardy Klag
7 years ago
We need fredom and justice for gays too

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Robert Contratti
7 years ago
I am a gay man, We are talking
about the persecution of my brothers and sisters in Christ.

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(HRH) Elizabeth F. Obisanya
7 years ago
Because Jesus died for Gays and Lesbians to be who they are and to make Heaven. Did you not hear the Good News? He abolished the Law that contained the ban and established Grace (Hebrews 10;9) Great News! we just pray the so called Christians who are still under the law will Grow up in Christ and see it otherwise they are doomed for their unbelief.

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George Day
7 years ago
We must protest against the persecution of gay people - not to do so is to turn a blind eye to something that is evil.

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Dale L Lange
7 years ago
No one should be punished for their sexual orientation.

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Joyce Jones
7 years ago
As a Christian I believe that all people are equal in the sight of God and loved by him and it is totally wrong to criminalise people for loving one other

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Ann Collyer
7 years ago
To say nothing is to turn away from our neighbours who we are commanded, by our Lord, to love as ourselves.

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Stuart Teale
7 years ago
Because, as a gay taxpayer, I object most strongly to my taxes being given in aid to foreign countries which would persecute me because I am gay!