Facebook users campaign against Pope About The Controversial Statement Of Condom

Facebook users raised their voice against Pope Benedict's remark that condoms do not prevent HIV.

Last week Pope went to Cameroon. There he said to the journalists,"You can't resolve it with the distribution of condoms," "On the contrary, it increases the problem." It was the most controversial comment from Pope.


Thousands of Facebook users have pledged to send the pontiff millions of condoms to protest this controversial comment. Most Facebook users who criticized about this comment were from European countries.


"It frightens me that a man who has devoted his life to moral guidance ... and is undeniably a learned, intelligent man can be at the same time so narrow-minded, bigoted and irresponsible," posted one of Facebook users.


Pope Benedict XVI has made it clear he intends to uphold the traditional Catholic teaching on artificial contraception. The Vatican has long opposed the use of condoms and other forms of birth control and encourages sexual abstinence to fight the spread of the disease.


The Lancet, a British medical journal, urged the pope Saturday to issue a retraction for the "outrageous and wildly inaccurate" statement to journalists aboard his plane. "When any influential person, be it a religious or political leader, makes a false scientific statement that could be devastating to the health of millions of people, they should retract or correct the public record," The Lancet said in an editorial.

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