Nikolai Ulitin and Svyatoslav Yugov should remain in jail for another three and a half years.
Muslims, Jews, Christians, and groups unfairly stigmatized as “cults” are increasingly victims of secularism and of a widespread hostility to religion.
Hindus woke up on July 15 to see Mari Mata Mandir demolished. Mayor Murtaza Wahab tried to deny the facts until Sindh Provincial Government confirmed them.
Anti-cultists claim that the cases of child sexual abuse among the Jehovah’s Witnesses are higher than among Catholic priests. The claim is false.
The Russian anti-cult leader spoke in Novokuznetsk, the economic center of Kuzbass.
It also reports eleven “Internet blasphemers” have been sentenced to death, and two of the sentences have already been confirmed on appeal.
Secretary of State Sonia Backès announces a new anti-cult statute. It is yet another incarnation of the discredited notion of brainwashing and of the fabrication of false “victims.”
A comparatively rare enforcement of Article 298-A of the Criminal Code shows that a private “Internet police” looks for blasphemy everywhere.
A little bird sent to Bitter Winter an interesting document. Reportedly, the leading Russian anti-cultist is going to China in August to support the repression of Falun Gong.