Estimated 25,000 people gather at CAUSE Rally against “homosexual agenda” (Updated)

An estimated 25,000 persons gathered at the Jamaica CAUSE rally in Half Way Tree on Sunday evening (June 29) in support of a number of issues affecting the nation.

The rally which was organized by local church group, Jamaica Churches Action Uniting Society for Emancipation aims to motivate Jamaicans to stand up against the repeal of the buggery law,against the homosexual agenda among other things.

Thousands of members from the Christian and Muslim community attended to show their support.

The rally which was started by the lobby group “Jamaica CAUSE” began from the UWI, Mona campus, and culminated in a march in Half-Way-Tree.

  

Jamaica Cause was established following the sacking of  Professor Brendan Bain as Director of  the Caribbean HIV/AIDS Regional Training (CHART) Network.

This came in the wake of his appearance on behalf of a church group in a high profile case involving a gay man  in Belize.

Helene Coley Nicholson, Member of  the Jamaica CAUSE Secretariat also told RJR News ahead of the rally that the agenda of  the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex, LGBTI community, was a cause for concern.

She said Jamaica CAUSE stood firmly in opposition to the agenda, which she claimed, seeks to reorganise the society to make all sexual expressions free, and punish those in opposition.

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Photo from the Jamaica CAUSE rally. Large turn out and the crowd is growing. Estimated more than 25,000 in attendance.

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Thousand show up for Jamaica Cause Rally – Photo On the Ground News Netwrk

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