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Radical feminists bomb Mexican bishops’ conference, no one injured

The group calls itself the Informal Feminist Command of Anti-Authoritarian Action.
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Claire Chretien By Claire Chretien

Claire Chretien By Claire Chretien

MEXICO CITY, Mexico, July 28, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Radical feminists took responsibility for detonating a bomb outside the office of the Mexican Catholic bishops' conference earlier this week.

The anarchist website Contra Info posted a statement from a group calling itself the Informal Feminist Command of Anti-Authoritarian Action. They said they planted the bomb on July 25 "for every torture and murder in the name of your God!" 

The statement also mentioned pedophilia. 

Cuernavaca Bishop Ramon Castro said the attack, which didn't harm anyone, "reflects the situation in Mexico."

He posted security footage of the explosion on twitter. The Mexican Bishops' Conference apparently blamed the attack on "hate" but didn't label it an attack explicitly directed at the Church. 

In March 2017, feminists in Argentina staged a bloody fake abortion on a woman dressed as the Blessed Virgin Mary as part of an International Women's Day protest. Protesters in Buenos Aires tried to burn the city's cathedral down.


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