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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Tony Miano
A Christian legal rights group has asked Scotland Yard to inform its police officers that street preachers have free speech rights.
An American street preacher was arrested the other day in London (or "assisting police with their investigation," in the famous British euphemism), for reciting in public a Scripture from the Bible.
The Christian Post reported that Miano, a former Los Angeles Country sheriff's deputy, said following his arrest the sermon he delivered the day of his arrest was focused on all sexual immorality, not just homosexuality.
"I was asked if I believe homosexuality is a sin," Mr. Miano said. "I was asked what portion of the Bible I was reading. I was asked that if a homosexual was hungry and walked up to me, would I give them something to eat."