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Shortly after signing his country’s highly-criticized Anti-Homosexuality Bill into law today, Uganda’s Yoweri Museveni told CNN that he personally believes gay people are “disgusting.”
The president of Uganda, in an about face clearly tied to his upcoming re-election efforts, has decided to sign the highly-contested and highly-controversial Anti-Homosexuality Bill (AHB) into law.
The President of Uganda has temporarily blocked his country’s internationally condemned “Kill the Gays” bill on procedural grounds, but asks, “Do we kill” gay people?
Rebecca Kadaga kept her promise — one year late — to pass Uganda’s internationally infamous “Anti-Homosexuality Bill” as a Christmas present to her country’s Christians.
Joy Tomchin, of “How To Survive A Plague,” and international videographer Tim McCarthy have joined forces with Ugandan activist Pepe Julian Onziema to produce a new documentary, “Voices of the Abasiyazzi.”
This weekend a tabloid in Uganda is publishing names and photos of people it claims are gay, amid a nationwide attack on the LGBT community during a four-year battle to pass the “Kill The Gays” bill.
GetEQUAL today slammed President Obama for attending the National Prayer Breakfast, sponsored by a group tied to Uganda’s infamous “Kill The Gays” bill.
President Obama Thursday will attend the 61st annual National Prayer Breakfast, sponsored by the Fellowship Foundation, which has ties to Uganda’s Kill The Gays bill.
The Parliament of Uganda has reconvened and has put their infamous “Kill The Gays” bill back on the schedule.
Pope Benedict yesterday blessed Rebecca Kadaga, the Speaker of the Uganda Parliament who promised to pass the Kill The Gays bill as a “Christmas gift” to Christians.
Tony Perkins is praising Uganda’s president for “leading his nation” with the “Kill The Gays” bill, and calls Uganda “a modern example of a nation prospered by God.”
Uganda’s infamous “Kill The Gays” bill has been voted upon and passed through the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee of the Ugandan Parliament.
Catholic Bishops in Uganda have issued a call to revive the infamous “Kill The Gays” bill, after claiming it is necessary to protect marriage and the Bible.
David Bahati, the lawmaker infamous for his Kill The Gays bill, has reintroduced it into the Parliament of Uganda again today.
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