Religious Violence in Contemporary Japan: The Case of Aum Shinrikyo

Religious Violence in Contemporary Japan: The Case of Aum Shinrikyo

Aum Shinrikyo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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March 20, 1995: Nerve gas attack on Tokyo subway. At the height of the morning rush hour in Tokyo, Japan, five two-man terrorist teams from the Aum Shinrikyo religious cult, riding on separate subway trains, converge at the Kasumigaseki station and secretly release lethal sarin gas into the air. The terrorists then took a sarin antidote and escaped while the commuters, blinded and gasping for air, rushed to the exits. Twelve people died.

March 20, 1995: Nerve gas attack on Tokyo subway. At the height of the morning rush hour in Tokyo, Japan, five two-man terrorist teams from the Aum Shinrikyo religious cult, riding on separate subway trains, converge at the Kasumigaseki station and secretly release lethal sarin gas into the air. The terrorists then took a sarin antidote and escaped while the commuters, blinded and gasping for air, rushed to the exits. Twelve people died.

Aum Shinrikyo - He instructed followers to create homemade poisonous gas and release it on the subways of Japan.

Aum Shinrikyo - He instructed followers to create homemade poisonous gas and release it on the subways of Japan.

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