Religious Freedom of Catholics in China
25 September 2019, 16-19
Laws are passed with the alleged aim of combating Islamic radicalism. They are then used against peaceful religionists labeled as “fundamentalists” or “cults.”
As the Supreme Court itself stated in its majority opinion, the decision also protects controversial religious organizations.
All of a sudden, French media “discovered” a new “cult.” It has been in existence for more than 200 years, and is now threatened by the government.
The Christian group was de-registered because it would only allow in its leadership positions students refraining from same-sex relationships.
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