BRITAIN TO ALLOW TRANSSEXUAL MARRIAGE

LONDON, July 28 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A government report released Wednesday, suggests that people who have had a sex change may be allowed to marry and inherit titles and property. The plans also include allowing public homosexual sex acts, in response to lobbying by homosexual activists for sex to be permitted in public washrooms and homosexual nightclubs. The Daily Telegraph quotes the Home Office report saying that “full legal recognition” for transsexuals, which would permit them to marry and legally adopt children, was a serious option for consideration.
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ACTIVISTS ON CAMPAIGN FOR HOMOSEXUAL “MARRIAGE”

OTTAWA, July 28 (LifeSiteNews.com) – LifeSite has learned that Canada’s foremost homosexual activist group, Equality for Gays and Lesbians Everywhere (EGALE), has launched a campaign to promote homosexual marriage. Notably, the BC government’s application to the provincial Supreme Court was done in conjunction with EGALE. The group hosted an “Equal Marriage Forum” on July 8 and 9 where litigants, lawyers and experts decided to make the homosexual marriage campaign a nation-wide affair with EGALE at the centre. EGALE is asking for homosexual couples to become plaintiffs demanding marriage. The group is seeking three to six poster couples whose marriage challenges […]
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A Federal Court ruling in Australia today, overturning a ban on in vitro fertilization for single women was described by the Catholic Church as a “massive social experiment” that would create a generation of “stolen children.” Melbourne’s Archbishop Dr George Pell said the judgment handed down this morning by Justice Ross Sundberg paved the way for children to be treated like commodities. The United Nations unveiled plans Wednesday for a $1.43 billion makeover of its New York headquarters.
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US NEWS ROUNDUP

Abortionist Martin Haskell launched a lawsuit against the State of Ohio Thursday to try to block enforcement of a new Ohio law that will ban partial birth abortions. The Indiana Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that doctors may be sued for failing to warn pregnant patients of possible birth defects and thus encouraging abortion. The court objected though to calling the suits “wrongful birth” suits.
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UN MILLENNIUM RELIGIOUS PEACE SUMMIT RAISES SUSPICIONS

UNITED NATIONS, July 28 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Millennium World Peace Summit, which is to commence at the United Nations in New York on August 28, has raised suspicions due to the intimate involvement of UN players active in the population control. Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute (C-Fam) reports that the idea for the World Peace Summit has its roots in the World Parliament of Religions, but got its final push from US media billionaire Ted Turner who met last fall with UN Secretary General Kofi Annan. Also involved is Canadian billionaire Maurice Strong. Religious leaders from Hinduism, Sikhism, Shintoism, […]
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HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION ON BRAIN DEAD ENCOURAGED BY DOLLY’S CLONERS

GLASGOW, Scotland, July 27 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The head of the Scottish firm which cloned Dolly the sheep has called for genetic experiments on brain-dead human patients. Scotland’s Daily Record reported yesterday that Dr. Ron James would like to see genetically modified pig organs transplanted into the patients to see if they are safe. His firm, PPL Therapeutics, has already cloned piglets and believes that organs from pigs could be transplanted into humans within four years. Dr. James acknowledged that there would be opposition from the general public to such an idea, a “yuck factor” as he called it. The suggestion […]
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MORE B.C. BUBBLE ZONES SQUELCH FREEDOM TO OPPOSE ABORTION

VANCOUVER, July 27 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Michelle Stewart, of British Columbia’s Ministry of Health, announced that legislation to create a bubble zone around an office building where an abortuary is to be housed is likely to be signed today, even though no abortions are currently taking place at the centre. The building on West Broadway, is to be the new home of the Elizabeth Bagshaw abortuary, which was forced to move after tenants in its former location complained. The NDP government is also contemplating imposing a similar no-protest zone around Kelowna General Hospital. The hospital has yet to provide abortions but […]
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US NEWS ROUNDUP

U.S. District Judge Richard Arcara has ruled that temporary 15 ft. no-protest zones around abortuaries in Buffalo are more permanent than temporary. The zones were established as a temporary measure in 1999 as pro-lifers prepared to converge on Buffalo for “Operation Save America.” A federal appeals court on Wednesday agreed that a New Jersey law banning partial-birth abortion is unconstitutional. The finding by a three-judge panel of the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholds the ruling of a federal judge in Trenton who struck down the law in 1998. Abortion supporters are outraged that St. Joseph Hospital, a Catholic […]
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This upcoming television season, Fox plans to release a television series called “Fearsum”, by the makers of the “Blair Witch Project”. The series appears to be a recruitment campaign for the occult movement. Fox plans to simulcast web page addresses to real witchcraft and occult web sites.
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FRENCH GOVERNMENT PROPOSES MORE ABORTIONS

PARIS, July 27 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Today, France’s Labour Minister Martine Aubry announced a bill to make abortion legal up to 12 weeks gestation. Currently the law allows for abortions up to 10 weeks. Agence France Presse reported today that the bill is to be reviewed at a Council of Ministers meeting in October. (with files from Pro-Life E-News)
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