Posted by: becketfund | May 20, 2009

France: Government Report Denounces Sect Activity in International Institutions

PARIS – A French Government report on sect deviance has denounced what it calls excessive sect activity in international institutions, such as the UN and the OSCE, the Digital Journal reported on May 20.  France has a government agency called the Miviludes, unique in Western countries, whose job it is to track and counter those religious and other groups it considers as being sects. There are around fifty religions or groups which are being tracked, the most commonly known of which are; Jehovah’s Witnesses, Scientology, Mormons, The Universal Church, Raelians and The Unification Church.


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