The illegal practice of kidnapping members of religious movements labeled as “cults,” keep them confined, and subject them to intense psychological pressure to persuade them to leave the “cult.” Several deprogrammers, who were normally hired by relatives of the members of the “cults,” ended up in jail after courts of law banned the practice of deprogramming, first in the United States and later in Europe and Japan.
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Parliamo di: "One China Policy. Chi riguarda?": Un TPSA (Tibet Policy Support Act) per l'Italia?"; "Olimpiadi invernali Pechino 2022.
The Ghent Case Against the Jehovah’s Witnesses: A Chronology
The criminal investigation that got into the spotlight earlier this year did in fact start in 2015.
Monsignor Óscar Romero: His Lesson for Freedom of Religion or Belief
A speech at the webinar “The Right to Truth on Human Rights Violations: The Tai Ji Men Case in Comparative Perspective” held on March 24, 2021.
French Anti-Cultism Exported to Switzerland
Some politicians and media insisted that “cultic deviances” increased during the COVID-19 crisis. Their claims were met with healthy Swiss skepticism.