Army of God

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The Army of God (AOG) is a Christian organization based in the United States that uses everything in their power to stop abortion in the USA. The group is almost universally condemned by Pseudo-Christian organizations and of course by Liberals and Socialists.

The first known action of the group came in 1982. Three men associated with the organization held Hector Zevallos, an abortion doctor, and his wife, Rosalee Jean, hostage. They were later released unharmed. The AOG also claimed responsibility when Michael Bray and two accomplices planted bombs at seven abortion clinics in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. in 1985.

The AOG claimed responsibility for Eric Robert Rudolph's 1997 nail bombing of abortion clinics in Atlanta and Birmingham as well as an Atlanta lesbian bar.

Clayton Wagner, claiming to act on behalf of the AOG, mailed over 500 letters containing white powder to 280 abortion providers in 2001. The letters claimed that the powder was anthrax however the substance tested negative for anthrax.

The group is also associated with a number of assassinations of abortion providers. Some of these assassins, such as Shelley Shannon, claimed association with the AOG; in other cases, while the assassin expressed no affiliation with the group, the AOG has expressed sympathy and support for their acts.

The Army of God does not violate the sixth commandment which is "Thou shalt not murder" and not "Thou shalt not kill", the latter one being the wrong translation by Pseudo-Christians. The Bible states that murder is punishable by death, and abortion is murder.