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Post17 Aug 2007

Any one any more details on this?

From a story entitled Unethical Conversion by Francois Gautier
France, for instance, has a minister in charge of keeping a tab on "sects". And sects means anything which does not belong to the great Christian family. Recently, two French schoolteachers were imprisoned by the police for a few days because they were Brahmakumaris and had used some Brahmakumari precepts in their teaching.
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Post17 Aug 2007

Agence France-Presse wrote:June 18, 2003

BORDEAUX - the director and the psychomotrician of one creche of Saint-Jean-in Illac, in the suburbs of Bordeaux, were laid off after parents discovered that the psychomotrician belonged to a sect and denounced his influence on their children, one learned Tuesday near the mayor.

The regional psychomotrician, person in charge for the sect Brahma Kumaris, more known under the name of Raja Yoga, at the end of May by parental association was laid off manager of the creche for "proselytism" within establishment. The director for its part received a letter of dismissal to have covered the intrigues of this recruited wage-earner several years ago.

"The association of parents discovered way a little fortuitous (...) that the psychomotrician applied to crib the precepts of its sect", explained to AFP, Pierre Favre, the mayor of Saint-Jean-in Illac.

This movement Hindu, identified by the report/ratio member of Parliament on the sects of 1995, practical in particular vegetarianism and asceticism with limitation of time of sleep. According to Mr. Favre, certain children suffer from directly dependent problems of behavior with the methods used by the psychomotrician and them parents do not exclude to deposit felt sorry for.

The parental crib, in which the director and psychomotrician work since the beginning, opened these doors in 1995. She dealt with about sixty children since his creation

18 juin 2003

BORDEAUX - La directrice et la psychomotricienne d'une crèche de Saint-Jean-d'Illac, dans la banlieue bordelaise, ont été licenciées après que des parents ont découvert que la psychomotricienne appartenait à une secte et dénoncé son influence sur leurs enfants, a-t-on appris mardi auprès du maire.

La psychomotricienne, responsable régionale de la secte Brahma Kumaris, plus connue sous le nom de Raja Yoga, a été licenciée fin mai par l'association parentale gestionnaire de la crèche pour "prosélytisme" au sein de l'établissement. La directrice a pour Silver Age part reçu une lettre de licenciement pour avoir couvert les agissements de cette salariée recrutée il y a plusieurs années.

"L'association de parents a découvert de façon un peu fortuite (...) que la psychomotricienne appliquait à la crèche les préceptes de Silver Age secte", a expliqué à l'AFP, Pierre Favre, le maire de Saint-Jean-d'Illac.

Ce mouvement hindouiste, identifié par le rapport parlementaire sur les sectes de 1995, pratique notamment le végétarisme et l'ascèse avec limitation du temps de sommeil. Selon M. Favre, certains enfants souffrent de problèmes de comportement directement liés aux méthodes utilisées par la psychomotricienne et les parents n'excluent pas de déposer plainte.

La crèche parentale, dans laquelle la directrice et la psychomotricienne travaillent depuis le début, a ouvert ces portes en 1995. Elle s'est occupée d'une soixantaine d'enfants depuis Silver Age création.

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