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Admin25.07.2021

Heilungsgottesdienste

In 1998, the Swiss government detained an agent of the German government, charging him with "carrying out illegal business for a foreign state, working for a political information service and falsifying identity documents".
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Admin02.09.2021

Heilungsgottesdienste

This the latter did, and his Bible study became a recognized part of the command religious program, open to attendance by all.
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Admin29.07.2021

Campus Wiesbaden

The court ruled that the use of informants was disproportionate.
Admin15.07.2021

Scientology in Germany

An expensive commercial version of Scientology's , usually offered free as part of Scientology proselytizing in public places, temporarily entered some major German companies who were unaware of its provenance via such a management-consultancy firm.
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Admin10.06.2021

Neither Here Nor There – Ni ovde, ni tamo: Religiously Connoted Social Media Self

Critics maintain that Scientology is "a business-driven, psychologically manipulative, totalitarian ideology with world-dominating aspirations", and that it tricks its members into parting with significant sums of money for Scientology courses.
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Admin01.07.2021

Scientology in Germany

if membership in some group religious or not may present some threat for the armed forces.
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Admin06.07.2021

Connectgruppen

[50] This makes some chaplains uncomfortable.
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Admin18.06.2021

Sekten: Missionierung auf dem Campus

The religious situation has become quite different today.
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Admin11.08.2021

Scientology in Germany

10 April 1998 , , Albion Monitor , retrieved 2010-01-29• In addition to several names mentioned in footnotes, I want especially to thank the following people in alphabetical order : Prof.
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Admin21.07.2021

Heilungsgottesdienste

Ist das eine neue Form der Spionage, sich in fremde Wohnungen zu begeben, und dann die Dialoge mit verdeckten Namen ins Internet zu setzen? Also in January 1997, an open letter to then-Chancellor appeared, published as a newspaper advertisement in the , drawing parallels between the "organized oppression" of Scientologists in Germany and policies espoused by Germany in the 1930s.
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Admin12.06.2021

Sekten: Missionierung auf dem Campus

In 1995, the decided that the Church of Scientology merely pursued commercial aims and did not represent a religious or worldview community entitled to protection under Article 4 of the German Constitution, although another decision by the same court left the question open again in 2003.
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