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Salvation Army

  • 24th June 2012

    Australian Salvation Army apologises for spokesman arguing gays should be executed 53

    The Salvation Army has apologised

    1:02 PM — Following a senior official in the The Australian Salvation Army has apologised after a senior official told an Australian LGBT radio station that gay people should be put to death. The organisation now said " the interview has led to a serious misunderstanding of our teaching and that clarification should have been given during the interview."

  • 23rd June 2012

    Audio: Australian Salvation Army chief: ‘Gay people should be put to death’ 192

    Major Andrew Craibe

    6:54 PM — In a discussion for Australia's Joy 94.9 FM, a senior official in the Australian Salvation Army suggested that sexually active LGBT people should be put to death. The discussion between LGBT journalists Serena Ryan and Pete Dillon; and Major Andrew Craibe, the Salvation Army’s Territorial Media Relations Director for the Southern Territory in Victoria senior Salvation Army followed the singer Darren Hayes saying that the organisation should be boycotted because of its attitude to homosexuality.

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