We have heard about what the Christians in India have called the persecutions
against them. However, there is much more to this story than we often hear, and
there are certainly two sides to it. The following is a first-hand investigative
article that relates what has really been going on with the Christians in India,
much of which has been kept from the public. This shows the duplicity in the Christian activities in India. This article, by Francois
Gautier, is reprinted from the "Annual Research Journal, 2001"
published by the Institute for Rewriting Indian [and World] History.
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