William Smithwick , executive director of Baptist Homes , said homosexuals are not good role models for the children , many of whom have been sexually abused or are sexually confused , he told the newspaper
.The home said it plans to vigorously defend itself against the lawsuit.Smithwick
said the home does not intend to abandon its beliefs on homosexuality just to keep its state contract.It is affiliated with the Southern Baptist denomination.
LONDON -- An exodus began last night of hundreds of women and children fleeing farms from almost half of Zimbabwe after a brutal cycle of rapes and attacks brought the specter of Balkans-style ethnic cleansing to southern Africa.The Commercial Farmers Union
issued the order to 6 , 000 outlying families spread over farms in Matebeleland and Manicaland in the east and the Midlands province to leave as fast as they could.For some , however , the evacuation order -- known as Code Orange -- came too late , reported The London Telegraph.The tide of brutal lawlessness unleashed by President Mugabe and his
mobs of war veterans spread when two young white women were [ attacked ] on a farm just outside Harare on the country's bloody dependence day.