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'Sai Baba and the Sexual Abuse of Children' - British Parliament early day motion Several questions are put before the Parliament regarding Sathya Sai Baba. Unesco announced its withdrawal of support from a Sept. 2000 Conference and includes... "the Organization is deeply concerned about widely-reported allegations of sexual abuse involving youths and children that have been levelled at the leader of the movement in question, Sathya Sai Baba."

International Media Developments 12, 2000 Article in The Age (Australia), "Divine Downfall" 12/A41321-

2000Nov10.htmlNovember 11, 2000 article in The Age (Australia), "Scandal Engulfs Guru's Empire" Oct. 28, 2000, The Telegraph U.K., "Divine Downfall" rvs&pg=/et/00/10/28/tlbaba28.html September 28, 2000 The Hindu Article, "UNESCO withdraws From Conference" 6, 2000, Article in the Trouw, "The Downfall of a Guru Sai Baba" (transcribed)

2000Nov10.html Aug. 21, 2000,Germany's BILD Article, "Resident From Munich Ran Away From India - Guru All of a Sudden Wants Sex" (transcribed)

/A41321-2000Nov10.html 0.htmlAugust/September 2000 Nexus Magazine Article, "Sai Baba Exposed- Fraud, Fakery & Molestation


Important Recent Personal Accounts Anyone Who May be Concerned, a personal and thorough description of a Swedish woman's disenchantment and the corruption and abuse that she witnessed.