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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jorge Fernandez Diaz
The interior minister of Spain says he's against same-sex marriage because it threatens the fate of the human species.
Spanish police say they have arrested three suspected members of al Qaeda.
Police have arrested three suspected members of al Qaeda who had amassed explosives and may have been plotting attacks in Spain or elsewhere in Europe, Spain's interior minister said Thursday. Two of them had practiced flying light aircraft.
"There are rational arguments which say marriage of this type should not have the same social protection by public powers as normal and natural marriage," he said, in the UPI report. "The survival of the species, for example, is not guaranteed."
Mr. Diaz, meanwhile, said his beliefs are only common sense — and shouldn't be seen as controversial as religious arguments made in the gay marriage debate.