Egypt jails two Scientologists - 2002-03-05

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F0.png Egypt jails two Scientologists March 5, 2002, UPI, Human Rights Without Frontiers

They are also suspected of intending to spread the doctrine "with the aim of spreading riots." The Church of Scientology has denied the charges.

"They were not official representatives of the Church of Scientology," said Goodman. "They were representing the Italian branch of New Era Publications, which publishes the works of L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology."

Goodman said Massarwa and Ahmad were in Egypt to promote Hubbard's book "Dianetics," which she said does not promote any religion or discuss the subject of religion. She also stressed that the Egyptian censorship authorities had authorized the book's entry into the country.

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