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Russia targets Jehovah's Witnesses again

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Russia on Tuesday opened a new criminal case into Jehovah’s Witnesses, the Russian Investigative Committee said on Tuesday, adding that the religion’s management centre had illegally resumed working.

Short report at Reuters: Link

More than 400 Jehovah's Witnesses and Muslim readers of theologian Said Nursi's works have been convicted, are on trial, or remain under investigation, mostly on accusations of "organising" or "participating in the activities of a banned extremist organisation". The vast majority are currently Jehovah's Witnesses, and there have been no recent trials or convictions of readers of Nursi's works.

Full article at Forum18: Link

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khol

This is incredibly unjust.Are we still living in the dark ages??..What happens with peoples rights and freedom of expression in these cases

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Will Do
On 11/24/2020 at 7:57 AM, khol said:

This is incredibly unjust.Are we still living in the dark ages??..What happens with peoples rights and freedom of expression in these cases

 

Ask Leah Remini and you'll find out about people's rights.

 

https://g.co/kgs/cBFwtf

 

 

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Will Do

 

@Eldorado

If you haven't watched Remini's program about how the leaders of organizations like the JW's involve themselves in crime destroying people's lives, you might find it interesting. 

 

 

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