* I want to connect “matters” to a clause following “somebody”.
If churches of Christianity, Judaism, Islam, etc are attacked in Japan, more than a few people, even if they are not believers, feel restlessness in the air, unlike the attacks toward Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines. Because if Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines are attacked, many people will think it is simply practical jokes. However, with “foreign” religions like Christianity, it is not the same case. It seems like a hate crime. Also, they are minority groups in Japan.
The series of matters in the Kansai region, which were said to be about 70 attacks, was carried out by the same single person, according to the ruling. It is reported that the criminal confessed his guilt. It is an unclear case.
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Several years ago, there were disturbing matters concerning* somebody throwing fire extinguishers and such into Protestant churches in the Kansai region. These incidents occurred over the course of two years. Although I did not know about the trial before I saw a newspaper, today the criminal was sen