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In Indonesia, Some Groups Mix Relief, Religion

Title: In Indonesia, Some Groups Mix Relief, Religion
Date: Sunday, 16 January 2005
Publisher: Boston Globe
Author: Farah Stockman
Main source: boston.com

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BANDA ACEH, Indonesia — In a tent near the center of town, under a banner that reads ''trauma center," volunteer ministers from the Church of Scientology administer their brand of grief counseling to tsunami victims, which includes massages. In another tent, at a mosque several miles down a main road, members of a militant Islamic group known for attacking bars and nightclubs during Ramadan, the Muslim holy month, prepare to give thousands of homeless people a heavy dose of religious counseling. ... [Read the rest at boston.com]