Australian Christian Lobby donates $100K to help rugby star Israel Folau fight for religious freedom | 6/25/2019 | Staff
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The Australian Christian Lobby is now backing embattled rugby star Israel Folau with a $100,000 donation as well as their platform to raise money for a legal battle over his religious freedom after his contract with Rugby Australia was terminated due to his conservative Christian beliefs.

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“On behalf of the Australian Christian Lobby, I have spoken to Israel Folau to let him know that ACL will be donating $100,000 to his legal defence, because it’s right and it sets an important legal precedent,” Martyn Iles, managing director of the grassroots Christian group with more than 135,000 members said in a statement. “I have also offered to host his online appeal for funds here on our website and he has accepted our offer.”

The backing comes after popular fundraising website GoFundMe shutdown a fundraising campaign that had raised more than $500,000 in a week for the rugby star’s legal defense, said the BBC.

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"As a company, we are absolutely committed to the fight for equality for LGBTIQ+ people and fostering an environment of inclusivity," GoFundMe spokeswoman Nicola Britton told the BBC Monday. "While we welcome GoFundMe's engaging in diverse civil debate, we do not tolerate the promotion of discrimination or exclusion."

Folau, Australia’s most popular rugby player and an outspoken Christian who until his firing in May commanded the world’s highest salary for the sport, had asked the public for donations to help him with his fight...
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