religious recognitions

Speaking Out Against Bigotry in Australia
MEDIA WATCH
Disney, Religious Persecution Does Not Fit Walt’s Template
Once upon a time it was OK to persecute Christians, Jews, Mormons, Blacks, Muslims, Women. Even though it still happens, we consider it pure hate speech. Are you so sure that Scientologists will always be OK to persecute? Are you really comfortable with an eventual day of reckoning?
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1983 Australian High Court Decision: Church of Scientology
1983 Australian High Court Decision: Church of Scientology
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Italian Supreme Court Ruling Recognizing the Scientology Religion
Italian Supreme Court Ruling Recognizing the Scientology Religion
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Church of Scientology Moscow Wins Landmark Decision for Religious Freedom in European Court of Human Rights
Church of Scientology Moscow Wins Landmark Decision for Religious Freedom in European Court of Human Rights
DECISION
National Church of Scientology of Spain Officially Recognized as World Religion
The Church of Scientology is officially recognized as a religion in Spain. On 31 October 2007, the National Court in Madrid issued a unanimous landmark decision affirming the right to religious freedom in Spain by recognizing that the National Church of Scientology of Spain…
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UK Supreme Court Issues Landmark Decision Regarding the Scientology Religion
UK Supreme Court Issues Landmark Decision Regarding the Scientology Religion
FAQ
Are there any laws against the practice of Scientology?
No. While the Church of Scientology had to fight many legal battles in its formative years and its parishioners endured systematic official acts of religious discrimination in some countries, it is not now and never has been banned in any nation.
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Religious Discrimination Against the Church of Scientology and Its Parishioners in Germany
For more than two decades, officials in the German government have condoned a policy and practice of religious discrimination against Scientologists in Germany. Federal and state officials have urged the public to blacklist and boycott Scientologists from every aspect of German life.
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The Unreliability of Stories and Rumors by Apostates
The Unreliability of Stories and Rumors by Apostates. The vast majority of false allegations put forward, primarily on the Internet, to attempt to stigmatize the Church of Scientology, have been concocted by a handful of disgruntled former Scientologists—apostates 1 —who commonly have “an ax to grind