Monthly Archives: August 2010

Exposing Japan’s Human Rights Violations

Exposing Japan’s Human Rights Violations A new website launched yesterday exposes human rights violations in Japan tied to abductions and forced conversions of religious minorities in Japan. Forced conversions and abductions in Japan are a hidden human rights crime that … Continue reading

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Invitation: CESNUR Conference – Turino, Italy, 9-11 September 2010

The 2010 International Conference Changing Gods. Between Religion and Everyday Life An International Conference organized by CESNUR, Italian Association of Sociology (AIS) – Sociology of Religions Section, and the School of Political Science – University of Torino Torino, Italy, 9-11 … Continue reading

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Japan Overlooking Human Rights Abuses Claims International Media   TOKYO, (August 13, 2010) – The highest levels of the Japanese government are complicit in religious freedom and human rights abuses, according to recent testimony of Toru Goto, a Unification … Continue reading

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CHINA: Persecution of Christians

Source: ChinaAidAugust 17, 2010 GUANGZHOU–On August 13, 2010, after a brief detention by people from the Ministry of State Security, Pastor Wang Dao of Liangren Church in Guangzhou contacted ChinaAid President Bob Fu, requesting his assistance in issuing an urgent … Continue reading

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Groend Zero Mosque – THE QUESTION: Religious freedom vs. wisdom

THE QUESTION  Religious freedom vs. wisdom The Washington Post Blog: On Faith President Obama, after saying that building a mosque at Ground Zero fit our “commitment to religious freedom,”he wasn’t commenting on the ‘wisdom’ of building it so close to … Continue reading

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