Religious Prosecution In Pretoria In South Africa

The latest trend in South Africa has started to affect the various Religious movements in South Africa, the land of the right and free. South Africa is supposed to be a country where all can practice what they want and associate what they want. Recently there was an attack on a religious movement in Pretoria. They were simply following the commandments of God and were sprayed with mace, and forced to defend themselves. If this is What the new South Africa is all about, then I think that The South African Police Service should do something about it. The Government should get involved. Hundreds of people\'s rights have been violated and all the SAPS do about it is take statements and forget about the case. This petition signifies the start of the downfall of the religious movements in South Africa. If you want to make a difference in South Africa, please sign the petition to make the South African Police Service do something other than just ignoring the citizens of South Africa. Protect your right to religion and thousands of other who can not at this moment cannot protect there own rights. For the Muslims, Catholics, Hindus, and All other Religious movements. Let us create a better South Africa.


This petition was created by a group of religious movements in the south of Johannesburg, in response to the growing oppression against South African citizens who are exercising their right to religious freedom. The South African Police has not done very much to protect the citizen\'s rights, and so this petition does so for the thousands who can\'t act against this oppressive police service. South Africans want to be able to have freedom of religious association.



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