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4 matching items found between Jan 2007 and Dec 2007. Furthermore, there are 75 matching items for all time not shown.
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Sep 23, 2007
Madman or messiah? — Independent.ie
Type: Press
Author(s): Carol Tobin
Source: Independent.ie
She was open-minded enough about Scientology, if a bit dubious about some aspects of the life of its founder L. Ron Hubbard. Imagine Carol Tobin's surprise, then, when her hopes of a private jet and a Hollywood career with Tom Cruise were dashed as its adherents appeared to reject her Is it just cynical old me or is Scientology a load of old cobblers or, as we would say here in Ringsend, a load of bullshit? Oh, I can hear the ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 17, 2007
A bridge too far — Haaretz
Type: Press
Author(s): Aviva Lori
Source: Haaretz
Hollywood, Tel Aviv is right behind you: Artists, businesspeople and middle-class seekers are filling the classrooms of local Scientology centers, hoping to rid themselves of excess spiritual baggage. Opera singer Gaby Sade used to have a very short fuse. If someone cut him off, he was capable of getting out of the car and giving the offending driver more than a piece of his mind. If if did not come to blows, he would at least tell him, in choice language, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
May 27, 2007
Scientology to target students — Mail on Sunday (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Alan Caldwell
Source: Mail on Sunday (UK)
The controversial Church of Scientology is planning to target students at Scottish universities and colleges in a new recruitment drive. Leaders of the church, which is largely regarded as a cult and believes humans descended from aliens, have revealed they intend to send workers into campuses to seek out impressionable youngsters. Ironically, they believe recent bad publicity after the movement featured on the BBC's Panorama programme has helped attract new converts. Following the programme screening two weeks ago, which featured presenter ...
Jan 7, 2007
Revealed: how Scientologists infiltrated Britain's schools / Insight: Drugs charity is front for ‘dangerous’ organisation — The Sunday Times (UK)
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