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Friday, January 21, 2005

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 "Christian" missionaries refuse tsunami aid to nonbelievers

Rage and fury has gripped the tsunami-hit tiny Hindu village of Samanthapettai after a group of "Christian" missionaries refused them aid for not agreeing to follow their religion.

Like the song says, "And they'll know we are Christians by our love, by our love. They will know we are Christians by our love."

1 Comments:

Blogger Electro said...

This part of the story intriques me...

"Many NGOs (volunteer groups) are extending help to us but there in our village the NGO, which was till now helping us is now asking us to follow the Christian religion. We are staunch followers of Hindu religion and refused their request. And after that these people with their aid materials are leaving the village without distributing that to us," Rajni Kumar, a villager said.

Oh yeah it was alegedly refused.

Ofcourse the missionary people will ask them to follow their religion. I don't think these people were not distributing the food items any longer due to their refusal to follow but my quess is just maybe there were also others who needed help and they were trying to help everyone. Have you ever heard just one side of the story and found it to be accurate? I saw the word nun in this story, I think we have all heard of Mother Theresa.

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