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Thursday, 28 April 2011

Right-wing Baptist Church plans royal wedding protest (USA)

The Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church, an extreme right-wing Christian group, is planning to protest outside Westminster Abbey on the day of the royal wedding.

The group has promised to picket the royal wedding, saying: ‘God hates the UK’.

The church, which believes the West is living in sin for accepting homosexuality, is planning to protest outside Westminster Abbey between 7am and 8.15am.

The group said: ‘Only a nation of blind perverts would bow down to the morally-bankrupt royal family, or give a second glance at one of their pretentious false worship sessions.’

The church, led by Fred Phelps, was banned from entering Britain in 2009 by the then home secretary Jacqui Smith.

The 79-year-old pastor and his daughter have picketed the funerals of Aids victims and claim American soldiers are being killed as punishment for their country’s tolerance of homosexuality.

British Baptists have sought to distance themselves from the group, saying Westboro ‘no way reflects the views of Baptists in this country’.

Police said the church has not made an application to protest and would not be allowed to do so.