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    • An 89-year-old former maths teacher faces up to ten years in a Russian prison on charges of religious extremism in a crackdown on Jehovah’s Witnesses. Russia outlawed the evangelical Christian group in 2017, categorising it as extremist and on a par with Islamic State and neo-Nazi movements. Nine Jehovah’s Witnesses were jailed last year after being arrested while leading or organising prayer meetings. They were jailed for between two and six years. More than 30 others have spent at least six months in detention. Rimma Vashchenko, born in 1930, is one of eight other residents of Nevinnomyssk, a city in south Russia, who were charged with extremism after raids on Bible study groups by armed police. Four are in their seventies. Ms Vashchenko, who has… https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/jehovah-s-witness-89-faces-jail-on-charges-of-religious-extremism-in-kremlin-persecution-xncd3rwm3
    • SEATTLE — Seattle police detectives identified two suspects wanted in the downtown Seattle shooting Wednesday night that killed a woman and hurt 7 other people, including a 9-year-old boy   https://mobile.twitter.com/garykiro7/status/1220511478018498561?ref_url=https%3a%2f%2fwww.kiro7.com%2fnews%2flocal%2fmultiple-people-shot-downtown-seattle-police-say%2fiecnirbvozfytaejndduuqi4qi%2f Read full article:  https://www.kiro7.com/news/local/multiple-people-shot-downtown-seattle-police-say/IECNIRBVOZFYTAEJNDDUUQI4QI/ I couldn't insert the tweet but it says: A close family friend of the 9-year-old boy who was wounded in yesterday’s downtown shooting says his left femur is shattered, but the boy is remarkably poised and positive. “He has never cried once,” he told us. The boy was on an outing w/ a group of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
    • Press statement concerning sexual abuse report januari 23, 2020adminNieuwsberichten We are relieved that the judge has decided to allow the investigative report to be published. We hope that this report will give a sense of recognition to victims of sexual abuse within the community of Jehovah’s Witnesses. We would like to take the time to read the report thoroughly and hope that we can discuss the conclusions and recommendations with those involved, including the board of Jehovah’s Witnesses in the Netherlands. The report offers opportunities for Jehovah’s Witnesses to improve their approach to sexual abuse within the congregation. Our hope is that individual members of Jehovah’s Witnesses would also take note of the content of this report. Our concern remains that Jehovah’s Witnesses still do not recognise the seriousness of the problem. The summary proceedings instituted to prevent publication of the report underline our concern. Every child deserves to grow up in a safe environment where it feels seen and safe, even within a religious community. Board of Directors Reclaimed Voices Foundation
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