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Published on Oct 20, 2010
Mrs. Mitsuko Antal tells her story about being abducted in Japan by those who seek to repress religious minorities—a tragedy that the Japanese government refuses to address, despite the country's stated commitments to upholding religious freedom. In October, American human rights and civil rights leaders came together in front of the Japanese Consulate in New York to raise the issue.