Twelve Tribes community: NSPCC demands police inquiry into Christian sect that canes children

Source: The UK’s Independent Newspaper Published: Sunday 29 September 2013 Link: Pdf: 20130929 NSPCC demands police inquiry into Christian sect that canes children The children’s charity calls on police to examine the activities of the community at Stentwood Farm near Honiton The NSPCC has called for an investigation into the practises of a controversial Christian sect after an…

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Twelve Tribes Christian Sect Investigated By NSPCC Over ‘Beating Children’ Claims

Source: The Huffington Post UK Posted: 30/09/2013 12:03 BST Updated: 30/09/2013 12:13 BST  Child abuse experts are investigating a Christian school after it was alleged children are regularly beaten with a cane. The NSPCC have asked Devon County Council and Devon and Cornwall Police to investigate Twelve Tribes, a Christian sect based at Stentwood farm….

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Rock Festival bans Twelve Tribes sect

Source: The Guardian Jeevan Vasagar July 5, 2000 The Twelve Tribes sect was banned from attending this year’s Reading Festival after the Guardian revealed that the cult was using rock events to distribute anti-Semitic literature. The festival organiser, Mean Fiddler, yesterday turned down an application from Twelve Tribes to bring its mobile cafe, The Common…

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Racist sect digs in at rock festivals

Source: The Guardian-4 July 2000 Christian fundamentalists are taking advantage of open air music gatherings to spread anti-semitic messages A Christian fundamentalist religious movement which describes Jews as “murderers” is using rock festivals, including Glastonbury and Reading, to recruit young people.Twelve Tribes, whose 24-hour cafe, The Common Ground, was a popular meeting point at this…

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