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Religious Freedom Group Begins in Romania With Support of Liberty Counsel

Mihet is originally from Romania. In 1989, he witnessed hundreds of thousands of Romanian people finally experience freedom after decades of communist oppression. The first day of freedom for Mihet and his fellow Romanians was December 25, 1989. It was then that as a 12-year-old boy, Mihet decided he wanted to become an attorney and defend religious liberty.
Mihet delivered the keynote address at the official launch of the Christian Institute for Rights and Freedoms last Saturday. On Sunday, Mihet spoke in two churches where he grew up and where his dad with others pastored 17 churches during communist oppression.
Mihet said, “It is clear to me that the Romanian people are as much in love with freedom today, and as determined to keep it, as they were when I left this beautiful nation immediately after the Revolution of 1989. I have huge hopes for this new initiative, and I am eagerly awaiting to see how the Lord will use it to advance and defend freedom in this corner of the world.”
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