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Monday, 5 March 2012

O-TOWN, CA (Civic Welfare Today) -- Chimburp Ronda, a proselyte from California Apocalyptics and Religion Mockers, was driven out of Conscientious Subdivision by an angry mob.

Ronda arrived at Conscientious Subdivision for a program exclusive for fundamentalist Christians. Tension started when eight people were mad at Ronda after he handed them tracts and were told of "going to hell" and conversion to fundamentalist Christianity. These people, who are of different faiths than Ronda, refused, but Ronda insisted. Out of fear, they rushed to the office of the O-Town Consultants on Religious Tolerance (OCRT) for appropriate action. A mob composed of religion-tolerant people had driven Ronda out of the subdivision.

In an interview, Dr. Toll Eration, the secretary-general of the OCRT, stated that Ronda violated an ordinance of Conscientious Subdivision, which prohibits proselytizing in any way, since the subdivision is an inter-faith community that tolerates religions like Catholicism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Wicca, Zoroastrianism, and the Baha'i faith.

Ronda was outside the subdivision after a few minutes of being chased by the angry mob. He refused to give any comments regarding the incident.

As a result of this incident, the OCRT, which is in-charge of the subdivision, planned to tighten security to protect the religious rights of the residents who are of different faiths.

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