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| Monumental Error? How a Statue Honoring a Controversial Japanese Religious Leader Wound Up in a Chicago Park
Former Soka University Professor Loses Appeal in Religious Discrimination Case
LDP coalition partner Komeito devastated in election, leader loses seat
PS 24's Principal Scharper ousted
NYC Principal In Hot Water Over 'Buddhist Chants'
PS 24 parents call for principal's ouster
Soka Gakkai keeps religious, political machine humming
Ex-finance director of Soka University of America pleads guilty in $1.7 million embezzlement
Former Soka finance chief indicted
Soka Gakkai uses celebrities for its 'secret revolution'
Has Orlando Bloom become the
latest celebrity "cult" casualty?
University considers selling property in
Santa Monica Mountains
Komeito torn between LDP, Soka Gakkai
"Cult" or Buddhism?
Smaller coalition parties strengthen Koizumi's grip in Japan
Soka University Under Fire
Shakeup, sit-in at Soka U.
New college try
A New-View University
Buddhist Group Opens University
New Komeito, Soka Gakkai to be tougher on Mori
Who's Got The Power In Japan?
Felonies and Favors: A Friend of the Attorney General Gathers Information from the Justice Department
Lawmakers feud on Buddhist ties Coalition members mixed over Soka Gakkai
Japanese Voters Wary Of Party Tied to Sect
A Sect's Political Rise Creates Uneasiness in Japan
Soka Gakkai Member, Shinichi Kuzuha, Arrested for Attempted Arson
Soka Gakkai warms to coalition plan
Wire-Tapping Devices Found in Hotel Room
Japan's rush hour of the gods
A Buddhist Leader Is Accused Of Rape
Sex case haunts Japan religious leader
Woman accuses Japan Buddhist leader of rape
Soka Gakkai head Ikeda allegedly raped follower
Soka Gakkai sending warning signals to religious world calling for strong resistance against proposal for separation of church and state
Japan's Crusader or Corrupter?
Japan fears another religious sect
Following the Leader
Soka Gakkai tried to censor the foreign media but failed to stop broadcast of BBC's The Chanting Millions
Japan's Religious Sect Bent On Worldly Power
The Chanting Millions
Cults of the '90s add materialistic spin
New Cults Flourish In a Changed Japan
Daisku Ikeda speaks
Daisaku Ikeda -- statesman, billionaire, god
Religious battle taking shape in foothills of Mt. Fuji
Various Soka Groups Appear Linked Sects: Despite claims of independence, records and other sources reveal close ties among the religious and school organizations.
More Names Disclosed In Japan Broker Scandal
Powerful Politician Linked To Tokyo's Stock Scandal
Singapore body denies its members started commotion
Buddhism American style
Japan Finds Latest Scandal in a Dump
Funny money stories uncovered in Japan
The Value of a Grandfather Figure
A booming economy has spawned a militant new religion with 10 million adherents bent on dominating the world