Mexico 'In Denial' Over Thousands Of Evangelicals Forced Out Of Homes
December 6, 2016
Mexico has been accused of a "policy of denial" over the thousands of evangelicals forced out of homes for their beliefs. According to the Mexican Commission for the Defence and Promotion of Human Rights, more than 287,000 cases of forced internal displacement took place in the last five years. But the UN-accredited National Human Rights Commission puts the figure at around 35,000.
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