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Groups listed, described, or referred to on ICSA's Web sites may be mainstream or nonmainstream, controversial or noncontroversial, religious or nonreligious, cult or not cult, harmful or benign.

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African: Resource Organizations,
cult groups, sects, and new religious movements.

Kenya

 
 
Mr. Gitile Naituli
Egerton University
Department of Agricultural Economics
PO Box 536
Njoro, Kenya

South Africa

Cult Information and Evangelical Centre
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Middle East: Resource Organizations,
cult groups, sects, and new religious movements.

Israel

Concerned Parents Against Cults
Box 1806
Haifa 31018
Israel
Tel. 9724718522
Jerusalem: Yad L'Achim International
8 Nachum Street
POB 5195
Jerusalem 91051
Israel
Tel. 02-5-371-003; Fax: 02-5-370-043
 
B'nai Brak: Yad L'Achim International
Jerusalem Street 5
B'nai Brak
Israel
Tel.: 03-570-0005
Jerusalem: Institute of Biblical Polemics
23 Keren Kayemet Street
POB 9773
Jerusalem 91091
Israel
Tel.972-2-563-4150; Fax: 972-2-563-0384
E-mail: jibp@actcom.co.il

South American: Resource Organizations,
cult groups, sects, and new religious movements.

Argentina

Fundacion Argentina Para El Estudio de Las Sectas (FAPES)
viamonte 1546
5 Piso 6 Of. 501 (CP. 1055)
Capital Federal
Buenos Aires
Argentina
Tel. 54 1 373-0684; fax 54 1 374-3497;
e-mail:
asilletta@infovia.com.ar
 
Fundacion Spes (SPES Foundation - Clarifying Cults Service)
Documentation, press, education, counseling, law services, psychological services, social services.
Paseje del Carmen 740 - 4th, "Z", 1019
Capital Federal
Buenos Aires
Republica Argentina

Brazil

Instituto Cristao de Pesquisas
(Christian Research Institute - Brazil)
Caixa Postal 5011 -- Agencia Central
01051 Sao Paulo, SP
Brasil
Tel./fax: (011) 225-0986
 
AGIR (Agencia de Informacoes Religiosas)
Paulo Romeiro, Director
Caixa Postal 295
01051-970 Sao Paulo, SP
Tel. (011) 570-1017;e-mail: agir@adasoft.com.br

 

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