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以色列专家克鲁格谈法轮功(中英对照)
   2009-02-20   凯风网   作者:Hillel Fendel 艾章(编译)

  以色列国家新闻网2月18日报道,在中国政府的专程邀请下,来自亚德阿奇姆(Yad L'Achim)邪教研究组织的本亚明·克鲁格(Binyamin Kluger)先生在为期四天的膜拜团体研究国际论坛上进行了发言。

  本次膜拜团体研究国际论坛会议在1月召开,来自中国、俄罗斯、乌克兰、英国、法国和美国近三十位反邪教专家参加了此次会议。两位犹太教徒在会议上尤为引人注目。这次会议的总体目标是讨论在中国渴望向世界各国专家借鉴经验的同时,如何与中国法轮功邪教作斗争。

  耶路撒冷犹太学者克鲁格首先就邪教与传教组织如何充分利用媒体取得精神胜利进行了发言。他告诉以色列国家新闻网说:“在以色列,出现在媒体上的文章也是谴责中国政府禁止练习法轮功,事实上,所谓的‘活摘法轮功成员器官’的证据难以获取。美国领事馆及英国大使馆的调查员到达了被指定为集中营的地方,发现那只不过是一家普通的医院。”

  克鲁格先生说:“这种有害的邪教通过媒体得到了公众的同情和认可。”

  两方面使用媒体

  “邪教利用媒体以达到他们的目的,我们也不得不使用同样的方法。”他告诉以色列国家新闻网说,他不愿意详细说明亚德阿奇姆的具体措施,以免事先过多“泄露”给所斗争的团体。

  “拥有有效的媒体顾问非常重要”,克鲁格先生说,“当媒体开始关注某一问题时,我们也会留意此问题并持有自己的意见。”

  克鲁格先生说他告诉中国人,他们不能仅仅引用政府的调查研究来反对法轮功,也要引用那些既对政府不满同时又认为邪教组织(尤其是法轮功)是有害的人所说的话。

  法轮功在以色列

  克鲁格先生称尽管没有达到其所吹嘘的那种程度,但法轮功在以色列还是很活跃的。“不论从哪一方面来说,它都是一个破坏性邪教:怂恿与自己的朋友、同事甚至是家人脱离关系;说医生不能治疗他们的病,因为疾病本质上是‘精神’上的问题;教导说他们的领导人无所不知的,绝不能受到质疑,等等……他们说在以色列有1000名法轮功成员,事实上可能只有500人在进行一些法轮功练习,但是这些人并没有真正了解这个邪教所教授和宣传的东西。在以色列的核心成员不会超过60人……但那正是所有邪教扩大自身影响力的方法:夸大自己拥有庞大人数,但那根本不真实。”

  当被问及在以色列的危险邪教时,克鲁格先生说:“弥赛亚犹太人、科学教派及耶和华见证人,它们都是以全国的宗教与非宗教犹太人为目标的邪教,我们必须警惕。”

  赞颂亚德阿奇姆

  美国杰出的反邪教专家瑞克·罗斯也参加了这次会议。他对克鲁格和亚德阿奇姆给予了高度赞扬:“亚德阿奇姆在以色列的战略战术就其自身而言是值得进行科学研究的。”

  北京大学科学与社会研究中心主任在会议结束时同样对克鲁格先生说:“尊敬的学者,您使我们受益良多,我们对您、亚德阿奇姆及海外人民的智慧箴言和勇敢行为表示万分感激。”

  关于以色列国家新闻网

  以色列国家新闻网排名前10000,每月有超过213000的美国人浏览,吸引了众多知识分子。网站提供新闻、无线广播、政治评论、阿拉伯新闻报道和视频。有法语、俄语和希伯来语等语种。

  原文网址:http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/130012

 

Yad L'Achim advises Chinese on Cult-Fighting

(IsraelNN.com) At the express invitation of the Chinese Government, Rabbi Binyamin Kluger of the Yad L'Achim anti-missionary organization and Raphael Aron, Director of Cult Counseling Australia, spoke at a four-day conference in southern China on cult-fighting strategies.

The two bearded Orthodox Jews stood out blatantly at the late-January conference, the International Forum on Cultic Studies, which featured some 30 anti-cult experts from China, Russia, Ukraine, England, France, and the United States. The conference's overall objective was to discuss ways to combat the influence of the Falun Gong cult in China, with the Chinese eager to learn from the experience of experts from around the world.

Rabbi Kluger of Jerusalem spoke primarily about how cults and missionary groups take full advantage of the media in their struggle to win over souls. "Even in Israel," he told IsraelNationalNews.com, "articles appear in the media condemning the Chinese Government for its treatment of the Falun Gong – when in fact proof of the alleged ‘harvesting of organs' from live Falun Gong members has been hard to come by. Investigators from the US Consulate and the British Embassy who arrived at the place that had been pointed out as the central extermination camp found that it was nothing more than a normal hospital."

"I'm not saying there is no Chinese persecution at all of Falun Gong," Rabbi Kluger said, "but it is far from the extent that is often reported – and in the meantime, this harmful cult receives public sympathy and recognition via the media. "

Using the Media Both Ways
"Cults use the media for their own purposes, so we have to do the same," he told IsraelNationalNews, preferring not to elaborate on Yad La'Achim's specific measures so as not to "tip off" the groups it is fighting.

"It is also important to have effective media advisors," Rabbi Kluger said. "When the media starts paying attention to a certain issue, we have to be alerted and get our own opinion in there as well."

Rabbi Kluger said he told the Chinese "that they can't only quote government-backed studies against Falun Gong. They have to be willing to also quote people who may be critical of the government but who, at the same time, show that the cults, and particularly Falun Gong, are harmful."

In Israel

Rabbi Kluger said that Falun Gong is active in Israel, though not to the extent that the cult boasts. "It's a destructive cult in all senses: encouraging the detaching of relations with friends, colleagues and sometimes also family members; saying that doctors cannot cure illnesses because they are ‘spiritual' in nature; teaching that the leader is all-knowing and can never be challenged, etc. … They say they have 1,000 members in Israel, when in fact there are maybe 500 people who have practiced some of its exercises, but who don't really know anything about what the cult teaches and promotes. The hard-core in Israel is not more than 60 people… But that's how all cults work: they brag about their vast numbers, which are simply not true."

Asked to name the most dangerous cults in Israel, Rabbi Kluger said, "Messianic Jews, Scientology, and Je-hova's Witnesses. They target religious and non-religious Jews all over the country, and we must be vigilant."

Praise for Yad L'Achim

Prominent U.S. anti-cult expert Rick Ross, who also attended the conference, had lavish words of praise for Kluger and Yad L'Achim: "The strategies and tactics of Yad L'Achim in Israel deserve a scientific study in and of themselves."

Similarly, the Head of the Social Sciences Department in Beijing University, who MC'd the conference, told Rabbi Kluger at the closing session, "Honored rabbi, you have enriched us greatly and we are full of appreciation for the words of wisdom and courageous activities that you, the people at Yad L'Achim, oversee."

 

(IsraelNN.com, February 18, 2009)

 
 
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