Dec 14, 2016

CultNEWS101 Articles: 12/15/2016 (Islam, Benjamin Creme, neo-Nazi, Far-right, Sect of Montecchio, ​Ahmadiyya, Homeopathy, Canada, Pakistan, UK, Germany, Indonesia, legal, religious-freedom)

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Islam, Benjamin Creme, neo-Nazi, Far-right,  Sect of Montecchio, ​Ahmadiyya, Homeopathy, Canada, Pakistan, UK, Germany, Indonesia, legal, religious-freedom

Running Jakarta is no job for the timid.
But these challenges are compounded for Jakarta’s governor, a feisty civil servant nicknamed Ahok, a Christian. As a minority, he must also contend with a toxic wave of racial and religious bitterness.

That he has achieved so much political power is a testament to Indonesia’s dreams of equality — a goal, enshrined in the constitution, of a Muslim-majority country that accepts other faiths. The national motto is “Unity in diversity.”

"Now that Ben died earlier this year, we can ask if there anything is left of his Christ? My psychic friend’s vision aside, I would say no. Creme’s Christ died with him because that is what Ascended Masters do when their physical channels die. What we have left is a testament. The testator is dead. The cult remains as well."
​​At a time when extreme nationalism is on the rise in Europe again, EXIT has helped hundreds of neo-Nazis start a new life, according to its founder Bernd Wagner, a former East German police detective. He says EXIT has an edge over government-run programs because those answering its hotline have dropped out of the far-right movement themselves.

A British neo-Nazi group is expected to be labelled a terror organisation and banned in a landmark first for the UK.

An order proscribing fascist group National Action is due to be laid before Parliament on Monday. It will be the first time membership of a far-right group has been outlawed in the UK.

"The self-styled “nationalist youth movement” has praised and glorified Thomas Mair, the white supremacist who murdered Labour MP Jo Cox in what a court described as a terrorism offence, and employs anti-Semiticlanguage lifted direct from Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party."
"A British neo-Nazi movement is to become the first far-right group to be banned under terrorism laws in the UK.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd said National Action was "a racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic organisation"."
An Ahmadiyya Mosque in Dolmial, District Chakwal (Pakistan) is under a attack. A mob of about 1000 people is throwing stones at the Ahmadies who are inside the Mosque."

"The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has received information regarding officials from the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD), Punjab, having raided the headquarters of the 
Ahmadiyya Community, a minority religious group, declared non-Muslim by the Constitution."

Until recently, homeopathic remedies sold in the United States enjoyed many of the same privileges — including the freedom to claim they could treat or cure specific ailments or diseases — as real, science-based medicine. The difference? Peddlers of homeopathy weren't required to provide the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with any evidence.

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