Hundreds of Muslims and conservative Christians in Kenya protested outside the Supreme Court against its decision to reaffirm the LGBTQ community's right of association. Protesters argued that the verdict condoned immorality and went against God's commandments. They called for the three judges who supported the decision to repent and resign. The LGBTQ community in Kenya faces discrimination and abuse, and neighboring Uganda recently enacted an anti-LGBTQ law with a death penalty provision. A similar harsh law is pending review in Kenya's national assembly.
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