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Together We Can Stop Witch Burning in Papua New Guinea


Leo Igwe


Ethical Technology

February 14, 2013

I am writing to urge the international community to come to the aid of the Pacific nation of Papua New Guinea as it grapples with the menace of witchcraft or sorcery related violence. Witch persecution and killing has been going on in the country for too long and we cannot allow it to continue.
We need to take action now!


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Posted by Intomorrow  on  02/14  at  10:59 PM

Leo,
if you draw up a petition on this, numerous readers will sign it right away, including me. Raping and then burning someone to death will certainly cause many—very many—to sign a petition against it.

It is the only card you hold for this.






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