Sun Myung Moon

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Noun1.Sun Myung Moon - United States religious leader (born in Korea) who founded the Unification Church in 1954; was found guilty of conspiracy to evade taxes (born in 1920)
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The Rev. Moon perceived the Post as anti-Unification Church and not sufficiently anti-communist.
"As controversial as Rev. Moon was in the United States, I got to know him as a man whose heart was focused on bringing together people of different faiths to bridge divides.
The Washington Times was launched in 1982 by Rev. Moon, the founder of the Unification Church.
You probably couldn't find two individuals on more opposite ends of the ideological spectrum than the left-of-center Clooney and the ultra-conservative Rev. Moon.
Milingo added that he was "very surprised at how the Catholic church has spread so much evil against the Rev. Moon," and that he would like to be an "intermediary" between the two religious bodies.
According to a company spokesman, the Rev. Moon is no longer involved in the Saeilo Group.
He was introduced to his bride Maria Sung, 43, an acupuncturist, only a few days before the ceremony, as is the custom with Rev. Moon.
Aided by the Rev. Moon, Farrakhan presided over a massive and lengthy group wedding and railed against pro-choicers, saying that the entire abortion dilemma could be solved if women didn't give themselves over to loathsome men.
That press rationale was not greatly unlike Young's own early Deseret News in Salt Lake City; Mary Baker Eddy's Christian Science Monitor in Boston; and Rev. Moon's Washington Times today.
De Borchgrave equates the charges that the Times was controlled by the Rev. Moon with the accusations that the Saudis bought UPI as a propaganda tool.