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Sun Myung Moon
Moon delivering a speech in Las Vegas, 2010
KamundaganMoon Yong-Myeong
(1920-01-06)6 Enero 1920
Chongju, North Pyongan, Japanese Korea
Kagadanan3 Septyembre 2012(2012-09-03) (edad 92)
Gapyeong County, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Midbid bilangFounder of the Unification Church
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Korean name
Pigrebersong RomanisasyonMun Seon-myeong
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Birth name
Pigrebersong RomanisasyonMun Yong-myeong
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Si Sun Myung Moon (Koreano문선명; Hanja文鮮明; namundag Moon Yong-Myeong; Enero 6, 1920 – Setyembre 3, 2012) iyo an Koreanong relihiyosong lider, midbid huli sa saiyang negosyo asin suporta para sa conservative political causes.[1][2] Sarong messiah claimant, siya an kagtogdas kan Unification Church (an mga myembro pigkokonsiderar siya asin an saiyang agom na si Hak Ja Han na saindang "True Parents"),[3] asin kan lakop na notableng "Blessing" o mass wedding ceremonies, asin an author kan saiyang daing-siring na teolohiya na Diosnon na Prinsipyo.[4][5][6] Saro siyang anti-communist asin sarong advocate paravsa Korean reunification, na Kim saen siya pigmimidbid kan duwang gobyerno kan Amihanan asin Habagatan na Korea.[7] An mga negosyo na saiyang pigbusol iyo n News World Communications, sarong international news media corporation midbid huli sa saiyang American subsidiary The Washington Times,[8][9][10] asin Tongil Group, sarong South Korean business group (chaebol),[11][12][13] siring man an ibang related organizations.[1][14]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Wakin, Daniel J. (2 September 2012). "Rev. Sun Myung Moon, Self-Proclaimed Messiah Who Built Religious Movement, Dies at 92". The New York Times: p. A17. ISSN 0362-4331. https://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/03/world/asia/rev-sun-myung-moon-founder-of-unification-church-dies-at-92.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0. 
  2. News desk (2 September 2012). "Religious Leader, Media Mogul Rev. Sun Myung Moon Dies at Age 92". PBS NewsHour. 1996–2013 MacNeil/Lehrer Productions.. Archived from the original on 20 June 2013. https://web.archive.org/web/20130620035029/http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/2012/09/rev-sun-myung-moon.html. Retrieved on 5 October 2023. 
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  4. Moon's death marks end of an era Archived 29 August 2019 at the Wayback Machine., Eileen Barker, CNN, 2012-9-3, Although Moon is likely to be remembered for all these things – mass weddings, accusations of brainwashing, political intrigue and enormous wealth – he should also be remembered as creating what was arguably one of the most comprehensive and innovative theologies embraced by a new religion of the period.
  5. Xaykaothao, Doualy (3 September 2013). "Sun Myung Moon, Unification Church Founder, Dies". NPR (National Public Radio). https://www.npr.org/2012/09/03/160489200/rev-sun-myung-moon-unification-church-founder-dies. "The Rev. Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Unification Church, has died at the age of 92 in Korea. Unification church members viewed him as a messiah, despite allegations of cult-like behavior and financial fraud. Moon was known for presiding over mass weddings and starting the conservative newspaper The Washington Times." 
  6. Hyung-Jin Kim (2 September 2012). "Unification Church founder Rev. Sun Myung Moon dies at 92". USA Today. ISSN 0734-7456. http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/world/story/2012-09-02/unification-church-rev-moon-dies/57537454/1. "The Rev. Sun Myung Moon was a self-proclaimed messiah who built a global business empire. He called both North Korean leaders and American presidents his friends, but spent time in prisons in both countries. His followers around the world cherished him, while his detractors accused him of brainwashing recruits and extracting money from worshippers." 
  7. Sun Myung Moon's Groundbreaking Campaign to Open North Korea, The Atlantic, Armin Rosen, 6 September 2012, But for all the focus on the eccentric mogul's quirks and U.S. investments, his role in North Korea may turn out to be his most enduring legacy, a fascinating story of how one man opened one of the very few cracks in this modern hermit kingdom.
  8. "Who Owns What: News World Communications, Inc". The Columbia Journalism Review. 24 November 2003. Archived from the original on 1 September 2012. Retrieved 18 September 2020. News World Communications is the media arm of Reverend Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church. Holdings: Newspapers and Magazines: GolfStyles Magazine, Middle Eastern Times, The Segye Ilbo (South Korea), The Sekai Nippo (Tokyo), Tiempos del Mundo (Online Only), World and I. Wire Service: United Press International (UPI).  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  9. "Yahoo Finance - Business Finance, Stock Market, Quotes, News". biz.yahoo.com. Retrieved 28 January 2018. 
  10. Shapira, Ian (3 November 2010). "Moon group buys back Washington Times". The Washington Post: p. C1. 
  11. Kim, Hyung-eun (12 April 2010). "Business engine of a global faith". Joong Ang Daily. https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/2010/04/11/industry/Business-engine-of-a-global-faith/2919043.html. 
  12. Kirk, Don (2 May 1998). "Reverend Moon's Group Wants to Talk Investment: Seoul Nods at Church's Foray North". The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/1998/05/02/business/worldbusiness/02iht-unite.t.html. "The Unification Church, whose Tongil Group ranks about 35th in size among South Korean conglomerates, appears to have Seoul's permission to discuss possible investments with North Korea. Tongil, which means "unification" in Korean, owns factories and a chain of small stores in the South." 
  13. Kirk, Donald (2 May 2010). "Sons rise in a Moon's shadow". Forbes. https://www.forbes.com/global/2010/0412/enterprise-moon-sun-myung-spiritual-unification-world-revival.html. 
  14. Hagerty, Barbara Bradley (2 September 2012). "Rev. Moon, A 'Savior' To Some, Lived A Big Dream". NPR.org (National Public Radio). https://www.npr.org/2012/09/02/159032325/rev-moon-a-savior-to-some-lived-a-big-dream.