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The US Federal Government has secured its email borders, as best they can, leading into the upcoming US Federal Election, but questions still remain!

2020-10-29 | Zulu Labs Inc, provider of the leading cyber email trust network has released its latest research into the US Federal Government's cyber email security implementation and whether the upcoming federal election is secured from email interference.


Attention Turns to Korean Crime Laws as 90-Year-Old Church Leader is Denied Bail

2020-10-24 | Leader and Chairman of Shincheonji Church Man Hee Lee has been denied bail after being arrested on July 31st. New information about the investigation and criteria for bail have been brought to light as the case unfolds.


Development Services Group, Inc., to Study Far-Right Terrorist Groups in the United States for the National Institute of Justice

2020-10-22 | D.C.–area research firm marries its global and domestic counterterrorism work


Questions Arise as Worldwide Governments Handle COVID-19 Outbreaks Completely Differently

2020-10-12 | Governmental responses to COVID-19 outbreaks vary despite having the same governmental structure. An example of this can be seen in the US White House vs a South Korean Church.


Webinars on Gender-based Violence Share Young Women's Voices for U.S.-Russia Public Diplomacy

2020-10-01 | WebinHERS offers a platform for information on gender-based violence—considered the shadow pandemic of COVID-19.


Veolia Designs Water Reuse Process for Baladna, Qatar's Major Dairy Producer

2020-09-23 | With a capacity of up to 24,000 cows and a superficy of 2.4 million m2, Baladna's cow farm is the biggest cow farm in Qatar and one of the biggest in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.


Local and International Groups Come Together to Donate Blood Plasma for COVID-19 Treatment in Response to FDA Authorization

2020-09-17 | Several groups around the world gather COVID-19 survivors to donate blood plasma in the race for a safe and effective cure. Some of these large-scale donations are provided by minority religious groups.


First Ever Ahmad Shah Massoud Day, Declared in The United States

2020-09-08 | Two days before 9/11 , The National Hero of Afghanistan, Ahmad Shah Massoud was assassinated by Al-Qaeda operatives sent by Osama Bin Laden


H.E. Rev. Dr. AK Ocansey launches her new book "Deadly Work or Decent Work?"

2020-09-03 | Book Becomes International Best Seller!


The Human Rights Violation of Minorities in the Post COVID-19 Era Becomes an International Problem

2020-08-31 | Speakers and attendees from 8 different countries gathered to discuss the human rights violations occurring around the world because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Panelists discussed the issues at hand and their proposed solutions.


Shincheonji Church Gives Record-Breaking Plasma Donation as Bill Gates Joins Korea in the Race for the COVID-19 Vaccine

2020-08-28 | Shincheonji Church of Jesus responded to a KCDC request asking for more plasma by providing a record-breaking 1100 donations. Bill Gates has endorsed the Korean biopharmaceutical company using the plasma from SCJ members to make a vaccine.


Joint Letter Sent to UN Secretary General to Stop Human Rights Violations and Religious Oppression in South Korea

2020-08-26 | Organizations from 62 countries have come together to urge the UN Secretary General to address the persecution and discrimination of South Korean Church Group Shincheonji and well-respected Global Peace Organization HWPL.


South Korea's Resurgence of COVID-19 Reveals Contrasting Reaction of Two Prominent Religious Leaders

2020-08-25 | Two leaders of different, large South Korean religious groups show a completely opposite reaction to virus control as their congregation members fall ill with COVID-19.


South Korea Dismisses Release Request of Arrested 89-year-old Church Leader, Church Fights Back

2020-08-22 | The Shincheonji Church of Jesus and others around the world have spoken up against the detainment of the church's Chairman, Man Hee Lee. The people of the church report targeting and persecution while they are victims of the virus themselves.


Advice to World Leaders from Citizens of Lebanon Offered By Award Winning Author Frances Fuller

2020-08-14 | Fuller is the author of 'In Borrowed Houses: a memoir of love and faith amidst war in Lebanon. The book is both an award-winning spiritual memoir and an up-close, inside view of a Middle East country engulfed in civil war.


Former Acting DHS Secretary Kevin K. McAleenan Joins Easy Dynamics Advisory Board

2020-08-10 | Former Acting Secretary of Homeland Security goes to a leading cybersecurity firm to advise the company on its national security mission



Persecution of Religious Group Turns Eyes on the South Korean Government

2020-08-06 | World leaders have spoken up about the persecution against South Korean religious group Shincheonji and their Chairman following an investigation of the church's COVID-19 outbreak response.



Newly Released White Paper Discerns Fact and Fiction of South Korea's COVID-19 Outbreak

2020-08-01 | The COVID-19 Outbreak in South Korea has been mainly attributed to a minority religious group. As differing stories of the group's involvement in the outbreak surface, a White Paper written by religion and legal experts reveals the facts.