In May of this year, the Biden administration reverted to the Obama policy, with the Department of Health and Human Services saying it would interpret Obamacare as banning discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
During the attack on the widowed mother, sisters and others, five Sikh family members also partially stripped the Christian women as they beat them and reviled them for believing in Christ, sources said. The women, who became Christians in 2016, had just returned from an evening worship service.
“Many of the villages, where these killings and burnings are taking place, are basically located behind the 3rd Armoured Division Barrack of the Nigerian Army, yet, these militias are allowed to continue their heinous murders and carnage without any intervention by the Nigerian Army and other security agencies ..., eroding the confidence of the populace in the military and security agencies, as unbiased protectors of all, devoid of tribe, ethnicity or religion,” Panya added.
Magnus-Stinson noted that Kluge is a Christian who believes that "God created mankind as either male or female, that this gender is fixed in each person from the moment of conception, and that it cannot be changed, regardless of an individual's feelings or desires."
The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in an appeal on July 9. In its opening brief to the Ninth Circuit, the church said it believes all “human life is sacred from the moment of conception” and that “participating in, facilitating, or paying for abortion is a grave sin.” The church, according to the brief, objects “to paying for, facilitating access to, or providing insurance coverage for abortion or abortifacient contraceptives under any circumstance.”