A cautious response on both sides of the issue and a member of the opposition party speaks her truth
By Melanie Nathan, September 07, 2014.
Members of Uganda’s Parliament have reaffirmed their commitment to pass the Anti-Homosexuality Act which was recently invalidated by the Constitutional Court on a technicality. The Act was set aside by the Court last month, because it had passed Parliament without the required quorum, back in December, 2013. No sooner than its demise, the Ugandan legislators vowed to fast track the re-tabling of the Bill before Parliament and signed a petition calling for its return. Now is surely the time for a more subdued reaction, as hopefully the West will not be tricked again into the political play book of over zealous politicians and a duped God fearing country.
Scott Lively corrupted Uganda with his revisionist account of Homosexuality and his attacks on gays. he is…
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September 9, 2014 at 10:12 am
Thank you for re-blogging this, my friend. These extremist clerics should be held legally accountable for the harm they bring to others and the lies they spread. Strange, they are no different than the Nazis themselves.
September 9, 2014 at 5:15 pm
They should indeed!