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World Swastika Rehabilitation Day on June 26

World Swastika Rehabilitation Day (WOSRED) will be celebrated on June 26 through marches and informative events worldwide.

RAEL supports Kadhafi in face of international aggression against Libya

In a recent speech about world events, Rael, founder and spiritual leader of the International Raelian Movement, declared his support for Muammar Kadhafi, guide of the Libyan revolution.

Slutwalk in London, UK

My name is Emma, I am a Raelian Guide in the UK and I am probably among the millions of women who have been raped and never reported it.

Raelians to world: ‘Stop persecuting politicians who 'cheat'!’

After a long chain of sex scandals involving American government officials, with Congressman Weiner’s resignation the most recent, the Raelian Movement (www.rael.org) is challenging what it calls “the religious and politically correct norm.”

Raelians at World Naked Bike Ride

Raelians in Chicago, Washington DC and Toronto attended local World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) events.

Raelians at Slutwalk

Raelians in Chicago and Toronto took part in local Slutwalks, a new event that was initiated after a Toronto police officer stated that “women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized” (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-13320785).

Victim of Hate Crime Rais Bhuiyan Awarded Title: "Honorary Guide of Humanity"

Rael has just awarded the Raelian title of "Honorary Guide of Humanity" to Rais Bhuiyan, a Muslim man originally from Bangladesh, living in Texas, who was shot in the face by another Texas man, Mark Stroman, just after 9/11 in what is termed a "Hate Crime".

Time to get rid of the word ‘WAR’

Some media reported recently about what they called the failure of the ‘war on drugs’

Rael: ‘Overpopulation is the true cause of Fukushima!’

In a recent speech given in Japan, Rael, spiritual leader of the International Raelian Movement (IRM) commented on the Fukushima problem, saying that the Japanese government indeed made a mistake by building a plant so close to the ocean with such vulnerability to tsunamis, but he also said the Japanese government didn’t have much choice since it has 120 million citizens expecting power.

French Raelian leader’s poignant victory

15 days into his hunger strike, French government admits his access to a nuclear plant was denied because of his religion