Christian group loses subsidy for gay cure
Posted on January 10, 2009
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Dutch Education Minister Ronald Plasterk says an orthodox Christian group will no longer receive a subsidy after allegedly attempting to cure homosexuality.
Plasterk said this week that the annual government subsidy provided to the Our Way foundation will be no more due to the Christian group’s suspected attempts to alter the sexual orientations of gay and lesbian individuals, Radio Netherlands/Expatica said Friday.
The Our Way group responded by claiming the religious organization does not support any other groups that target homosexuals and their sexual orientations.
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