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The Salvation Army recently defended an internal racism guide that discouraged "colorblindness" and encouraged staff members to "apologize for being white" after the guide faced backlash.

The Salvation Army argued the new guide was meant to encourage discussion about racism among members of the Salvation Army.

The organization denied attempting to indoctrinate or tell its donors what to think, reminding people that the guide was meant for internal use.

"The Salvation Army has occasionally published study guides on various complex topics, including race, to help foster positive conversations and reflection among Salvationists," the Thursday statement said. "The hope is that by openly discussing these issues, we can encourage a more thoughtful organization that is better positioned to serve those in need. These guides are solely designed for internal use. No one is being told how to think. Period."

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The group also denied suggesting the U.S. is inherently racist and said it did not tell people to apologize for "being white."

"Those claims are false, and they distort the very goal of our work," the Salvation Army wrote in the statement. "The truth is that The Salvation Army believes that racism is fundamentally incompatible with Christianity, and we are called to work toward a world where all people are loved, accepted, and valued. Our positional statement on racism makes this clear."

The Salvation Army Color Us United organization, which advocates for uniting the U.S. rather than separating it by color, recently put out a petition condemning the Salvation Army's racism guide.

"Anti-racism, being one perspective among many (and one that rejects other approaches) consequently invalidates any other view of race," the petition said. "By proxy, we believe The Salvation Army has nullified any other avenue of exploring the very complex issue of race."

The guide, "Let's Talk About Racism ," created by the Salvation Army International Social Justice Commission and released earlier this year, recommended white people within the charitable organization “lament, repent and apologize for biases or racist ideologies held and actions committed.” It also told people to stop being "color blind" because it would allegedly ignore the things that God intended to be different among cultures.

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Walmart, in a similar manner, has trained employees in critical race theory , which argues U.S. institutions are inherently racist, and even government entities, such as branches of the U.S. military, have allegedly used the theory in training.

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Pakistani army says 10 soldiers killed in militant raid

QUETTA, Pakistan (AP) — Militants attacked a security post in a remote area of southwest Pakistan, triggering a firefight that killed 10 soldiers and an assailant, the military said Thursday.

The predawn attack happened Wednesday in Kech, a town in Baluchistan province, according to a statement released by the military. It said the troops returned fire, killing one attacker.

No group or individual claimed responsibility for the attack.

The military said security forces later arrested three insurgents and that a search for those who launched the attack was still underway.

Baluchistan has been the site of a long-running insurgency, with an array of separatist groups staging attacks, mainly on government troops and police.

The separatists in the province have been demanding independence from the central government in Islamabad. Although Pakistani authorities say they have quelled the insurgency, violence in Baluchistan has persisted.

The latest violence comes days after a Baluchistan-based separatist group claimed responsibility for a bombing in the city of Lahore that killed three people.

Pakistan has recently seen a flurry of attacks across the country, including in urban areas.

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