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Radical feminists attack church and town hall in Argentina
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October 17, 2018 / 0 Commentaries
 
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Argentina (Wednesday, October 17, 2018, Gaudium Press) The women also attacked other public buildings with bombs, stones, and graffiti Radical feminists firebombed a town hall and spray painted a Catholic Church in Argentina. The series of attacks came during a women's conference held in the Patagonia region this past weekend.

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Chubut Police photo of the firebomb attack on the town hall of Trelew, Argentina

The conference was the 33rd National Women's Encounter held October 13-15 in the city of Trelew in Chubut province, and focused primarily on promoting abortion and so-called gender ideology.

On October 14, participants in the conference marched through the streets of Trelew with signs in favor of legalized abortion and the separation of church and state. During the demonstration, a group of bare-chested feminists stood in front of Mary Help of Christians parish and attacked Trelew town hall with Molotov cocktail firebombs.

The women also attacked other public buildings with bombs, stones, and graffiti. The police and locals eventually managed to control the mob and ten women were arrested.

Police also had to shut down two gas stations for selling gasoline to young women who were suspected to be collecting gasoline for the Molotov cocktails.
This incident is one of numerous attacks on Catholic churches since the Argentinian senate rejected a bill legalizing abortion in August of this year.

In September, a Catholic school in the town of San Justo had hate messages spray painted on it, and students at different universities have forcibly removed religious images from their campuses, saying that they demand legalized abortion and the separation of church and state.

Source Catholic Herald

 

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Radical feminists attack church and town hall in Argentina

Argentina (Wednesday, October 17, 2018, Gaudium Press) The women also attacked other public buildings with bombs, stones, and graffiti Radical feminists firebombed a town hall and spray painted a Catholic Church in Argentina. The series of attacks came during a women's conference held in the Patagonia region this past weekend.

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Chubut Police photo of the firebomb attack on the town hall of Trelew, Argentina

The conference was the 33rd National Women's Encounter held October 13-15 in the city of Trelew in Chubut province, and focused primarily on promoting abortion and so-called gender ideology.

On October 14, participants in the conference marched through the streets of Trelew with signs in favor of legalized abortion and the separation of church and state. During the demonstration, a group of bare-chested feminists stood in front of Mary Help of Christians parish and attacked Trelew town hall with Molotov cocktail firebombs.

The women also attacked other public buildings with bombs, stones, and graffiti. The police and locals eventually managed to control the mob and ten women were arrested.

Police also had to shut down two gas stations for selling gasoline to young women who were suspected to be collecting gasoline for the Molotov cocktails.
This incident is one of numerous attacks on Catholic churches since the Argentinian senate rejected a bill legalizing abortion in August of this year.

In September, a Catholic school in the town of San Justo had hate messages spray painted on it, and students at different universities have forcibly removed religious images from their campuses, saying that they demand legalized abortion and the separation of church and state.

Source Catholic Herald

 

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