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Descriere: epa08211275 Babalawo Ivanir Santos in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 20 January 2020 (issued 11 February 2020). ‘They have expelled religious people, they have broken sacred objects and there are even cases of death.’ This is how Santos describes the reality that is lived in the 21st century in Brazil, where attacks on Afro cults doubled in 2019 at the hands of drug traffickers who say they act on behalf of Jesus. In 2019, Brazil registered more than 200 attacks against religions such as umbanda and candomble, an increase of 100 percent in relation to 2018 and reflecting the growing religious fanaticism in the South American country, according to the Commission for Combating Religious Intolerance (CCIR). Most of the attacks on these religious, according to experts, were perpetrated by drug traffickers who proclaim themselves evangelicals, a cult that in recent years has gained strength in Brazil and is followed by a third of the population. EPA/ANTONIO LACERDA ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET
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ID fotografie: 13486122
Redactor: EPA
Locatie: RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil
Dimensiune: 2200 x 1467 px
Realizat: 2020-02-11
Introdus: 2020-02-11 16:19:11


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