Unification Church puzzled by reports of alleged grudge held by Abe assassination suspect

The man suspected of assassinating Shinzo Abe targeted the former Japanese Prime Minister because he believed Abe’s grandfather — another former leader of the country — had helped the expansion of a religious group he held a grudge against, according to public broadcaster NHK.

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