Protestants, Muslims and Yoruba pray for the freedom of the five spies
Religions entrench his romance with the regime.
Protestants, Muslims, Buddhists, and Yoruba/abakuás prayed together on Friday for the release of the five spies, in a new episode of religious hierarchies supported the regime in Havana.
The monks gathered at the Diocesan Center Auditorium Episcopal Church of Havana, who heads the Anglican bishop Griselda Delgado.
The event aimed to "show solidarity against the injustice of Five case, particularly in support of René González, "said Official Gazette Granma.
"The representatives of various religious communities had the opportunity to intercede with their respective Divine, to ask the improper purpose of punishing men for fighting terrorism, "the paper said.
The Rev. Pablo Oden Marichal Castro, coordinator of the Cuban Pastoral platform, said the act represented a "cult of dignity, brotherhood and friendship, "and read out a letter aimed at Barack Obama.
The ceremony was attended by Caridad Diego Bello, head of the Office Attention to Religious Affairs of the Party Central Committee, and Ramon Pez Ferro, president of the International Relations Committee National Assembly of Popular Power.