Ireland bans United States preacher over anti-gay remarks

Ireland bans United States preacher over anti-gay remarks

Steven Anderson, the pastor of Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, was immediately forbidden to enter the country on Sunday as part of the Immigration Act of 1999, The Irish Times reported.

However, Minister Flanagan confirmed last night that he signed the exclusion order banning the preacher under the Immigration Act 1999.

Ireland is the latest in a string of countries to ban the controversial preacher, who was previously barred from visiting the UK.

However his scheduled appearance sparked controversy and an online petition calling for a ban gathered 14,150 signatures.

He's also prayed for the death of President Barack Obama.

Anderson's church holds a literal belief in the King James version of the Bible. His church describes homosexuality as "abominations which God punishes with the death penalty".

The ban on Mr Anderson takes immediate effect. In the same year Anderson was deported from Botswana after saying in an interview with a local radio station that gay people should be killed.

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He's also produced videos promoting Holocaust denial and bashing Jewish people, some titled, "The Jews and Their Lies" and "Jews Are Anti-Christs".

The 38-year-old recently posted a video in which he said his European tour was curtailed but he stilled planned to fly directly to Dublin.

Anderson's website states he planned to visit the country on May 26th, but further information was not immediately clear. "It is still on", he said. "These events are still going on; the soul-winning and the preaching are still going on".

"I am planning to fly directly to Dublin". "The bad news is that a lot of the homos in the bar are still alive, so they're going to continue to molest children and recruit people into their filthy homosexual lifestyle".

What to do you think?

"This petition is for the people to show that they want Pastor Steven Anderson banned from entering the Republic of Ireland". Let us know in the comments section below.

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