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If there's one issue Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado has staked his career on, it's unwavering opposition to the human rights abuses in communist Cuba. The same goes for former GOP Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart. So it's more than a little jarring that both Regalado and Diaz-Balart spent Saturday enthusiastically opening a Miami megacenter for Scientology, a religion with well-documented claims of serious human rights abuses . The pair even shared a stage with David Miscavige, the church's chief, who has beenaccused of violently beating followers and is the subject of regular gruesome claims in an ongoing A&E series . To me, the Church of Scientology is very simple. You learn, you work, you think positive and you help people," Regalado said, according to Scientology's official website . "For that, and many another reasons, you are a good fit for our city." The church doesn't say exactly where its new center is located other than "north Coconut Grove," but city property records show Scientologists who have long run a storefront operation on Giralda Avenue in Coral Gables bought a $7 million building at 2230 S. Dixie Hwy. five years ago. The building looks similar to the one in photos taken at the opening event.

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