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Monday, 16 July 2012

Fascism in the UK: Religious persecution of Christians

In another strange turn of events, the Russian Orthodox Church will be organizing the legal defense of two British women fired for wearing crosses at work. The implications would be far reaching if enforced across Europe. Perhaps the recent experience of persecution that motivates the Orthodox; whilst the mainstream churches resident in the UK remain silent. 

Father Dudko the Orthodox cleric observed:“This trend has appeared not only in the UK, but also in France and some other European countries: it resembles the persecution of religion after the Bolshevik revolution in Russia.”

The Russian Orthodox Church believes that initiators of such laws in Europe should be stopped as soon as possible as otherwise, it fears, a total ban on any religion may be introduced very soon all over Europe.

The full story can be read here

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