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BELGIAN SENATE APPROVES BILL FOR LEGAL RECOGNITION OF HOMOSEXUAL UNIONS The 46-15 vote now sends the bill to the Lower House.  The bill does not allow homosexual adoption of children.  https://www.rte.ie/news/2002/1129/gaymarriage.html   PATIENTS ‘GIVEN OTHER WOMEN’S EMBRYOS’  https://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/2524631.stm   CAMPAIGN LIFE COALITION GUELPH TO HOLD FREE SPEECH RIGHTS CONFERENCE DEC.5 Speakers Roy Hamel and Gwen Landolt will be speaking on the implications of MP Svend Robinsons Bill c-250. The evening will begin at 7pm at the Evergreen Senior’s Centre, Room # 4 on 683 Woolwich Ave. in Guelph
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NAMIBIAN HEALTH MINISTER SAYS ‘NO ABORTION FOR 10 YEARS’

WINDHOEK, November 29, 2002 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Namibian Health Minister Dr Libertina Amathila said at a press conference yesterday that due to pressure from the public, churches and the pro-life movement, abortion on demand will not be legalized in the country for ten years.  “For the next 10 years, we are running against the wall. I am not ready to introduce that. Maybe the next Minister will have the courage,” she said.  The Namibian reports that a draft Abortion and Sterilisation Bill was issued for discussion in 1996 but was put on ice three years later because of pressure from pro-life […]
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INTERNATIONAL SCANDAL OVER WEAPON’S INSPECTOR’S PERVERSE SEXUAL FETISH

WASHINGTON, November 29, 2002 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The laissez-faire attitude regarding abnormal sexuality in North America, has created international scandal as the peculiar sexual interests of a United Nations weapons inspector set to go to Iraq has been made public.  American Harvey John “Jack” McGeorge, a former Secret Service officer who once served in the U.S. Marines, was nominated to the U.N. inspections team by the U.S. However, McGeorge, in addition to offering highly priced seminars on weapons, offers seminars in his capacity as a co-founder of Black Rose, a “pansexual S&M group” based in Washington, and also as a founder […]
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LOYAL ANGLICANS FORCE INGHAM BACK TO THE TABLE

VANCOUVER, November 29, 2002 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Clergy from eight Anglican parishes that wish to remain faithful to Christianity have succeeded in forcing Bishop Michael Ingham to suspend enforcement of church homosexual marriages in his 80-parish diocese, pending further discussion. Previously, Ingham vowed to defy the Canadian House of Bishops, who in October deferred a decision on homosexual blessings until the 2004 national General Synod.  The eight parishes described by the media as “dissident” and “hard-line,” have withheld $30,000 a month in dues, provoking a 20 percent cut to Ingham’s budget and effectively forcing his hand. In a typical move to […]
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POPULAR EVANGELICAL MINISTRY EXPELLS PASTOR FOR PRO-LIFE ACTIVISM

TULSA, November 28, 2002 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Rhema, an evangelical Christian ministry, has expelled a Wichita Kansas pastor from the ministry because of his pro-life activism.  Charisma News reports that Mark Holick had his ordination revoked this summer by the Oklahoma-based Rhema Ministerial Association International (RMAI).  “They [RMAI leaders] informed me that my wife, any of our church leaders, and myself could not for any reason go to any abortion clinic ever, not even to pray,” said Holick, 41.  Rhema’s Tulsa-based attorney, Tom Winters, told Charisma News Service that “Rhema is not for abortion.” Winters said he advised RMAI leaders to […]
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U.S. PUBLIC OPINION TURNING AGAINST ABORTION

WASHINGTON, November 28, 2002 (LifeSiteNews.com) – More than one-fifth or 22% of Americans in a nationwide Buffalo News/Zogby poll of 1,009 people say they are “less” in favor of abortion today than they were 10 years ago—twice the number (11 percent) who say they’ve become more pro-choice.  Among the other findings were that young people tend to be more opposed to abortion than the baby boomer generation (one-third of people aged 18 to 29 said abortion should never be legal, in contrast to about 23 percent for those aged 30 to 64 and about 20 percent for those aged 65+); […]
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