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(UPI) – Vietnamese authorities arrested four Mennonite Christian clergymen at the weekend, subjecting them to humiliation, beatings and demands to renounce their faith The Montagnard clergymen told Radio Free Asia’s Vietnamese service that police and members of a local people’s committee in Gia Lai province in central Vietnam had summoned three of them to local government offices Saturday, where they were asked to sign papers renouncing their faith. Two of the men signed the papers and were permitted to return home, but the other two refused and were detained, handcuffed, and beaten. The next day police denounced the four at a village meeting, stating they would be jailed and fined unless they renounced the Mennonite church.