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    • By Jack Ryan
      Trap laid for the suspicious wife with the help of YouTubers To Catch a Cheater
      Arranged for actress to wait at one of the houses on husband's outreach round
      Footage shows actress flirting with the husband before showing off cleavage
      By Rory Tingle For Mailonline
      A woman who was worried her Jehovah's Witness husband was cheating set him up and then watched in horror as he was seduced after knocking on someone's door. 
      The honeytrap was laid for the suspicious wife with the help of YouTubers To Catch a Cheater. 
      They arranged for an actress to wait at one of the houses on the husband's outreach round and try to seduce him. 


      Footage shows the actress flirting with the husband before showing off her cleavage.
      The man then gets undressed down to his underwear and the situation heats up as his disgusted wife watches on.
      Much of the footage has been censored so it is difficult to work out exactly what is happening. 
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      But after several minutes the actress asks the man to leave, threatening to 'report you to the church'.
      To Catch a Cheater told MailOnline: 'The Jehovah's Witness husband did not realise he was being filmed.' 
       
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    • Guest Nicole
      By Guest Nicole
      HANOI, VIETNAM — The JehovahÂ’s Witnesses in Hanoi, Vietnam has on Sunday welcomed U.S. President Donald Trump to their Kingdom Hall.
      Trump joined hundreds of congregants during the groupÂ’s Sunday Public Talk and Watchtower studies.
      It is currently not known if Trump’s visit to the meetings was planned but ‘ushers’, otherwise called Attendants, were seen making front-row seat available for the president.
      Speaking the press present after the meeting, Trump commended the Vietnamese government for upholding religious freedom in the country. “The status of respect for religious freedom has improved significantly compared to previous years, and I commend the government for such efforts” – Trump said.
      The Constitution of Vietnam officially provides for freedom of worship, while the government has imposed a range of legislation restricting religious practices. Despite being a communist country, Vietnam is widely known for its tolerance towards other religions. However, the Government has in the past held discussions about registration and recognition with leaders of JehovahÂ’s Witnesses.
      After worshiping with JehovahÂ’s Witnesses in Hanoi Sunday, Trump met with Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang to continue the dayÂ’s business.
      Trump told a joint press conference, “For trade to work, all countries must play by the rules. I am encouraged that Vietnam has recently become the fastest growing export market to the United States. Mr. President, I applaud your efforts to implement economic reforms and increase Vietnam’s trade and investment in all directions. The United States is enthusiastic about reforms that promote economic prosperity for all Vietnamese citizens.”

      He added, “We just had a great discussion about American goods and services coming into Vietnam. Two-way street. I am confident that American energy, agriculture, financial services, aviation, digital commerce, and defense products are able to meet all of your many commercial needs. And, in fact, not only meet them but what we do is better than anybody else.”
      Speaking through a translator, Quang described his meeting with Trump as fruitful, saying, “The president’s state visit to Vietnam marks a milestone in Vietnam-U.S. relations, creating strong momentum for the substantive, effective, and stable development of the bilateral, comprehensive partnership.”
      http://texas-express.com/jehovahs-witnesses-in-vietnam-welcome-trump-on-sunday/
    • By TheWorldNewsOrg
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      President Trump travelled to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania where he held a rally to mark his 100th day in office. He talked about many issues he’s handled his since Inauguration Day and the campaign promises he vows to keep in areas including immigration, health care, border security, trade and foreign policy. He also criticized the media for its coverage of his administration. President Trump was introduced by Vice President Pence.World News
    • By Jack Ryan
      Posted By: starconnectApril 29, 2017 Emmanuel Thomas l Saturday, April 29, 2017

      The President, Vice President and the the first families paid the visit days after Russia, through its Supreme Court slammed a ban on activities of Jehovah’s witnesses and liquidated it throughout the federation.
      Trump stayed for the meeting shook hands with members of the congregation after the meeting. According to ans.cnewsgo.com, a US-based outfit, the president picked Watchtower and Awake magazines on the open counter and left with the magazines.
      He did not give any speech but he is seen to be on a fact finding mission. His presence was acknowledged by an announcement. His presence expectedly lead to a surge in attendance on Thursday evening during the Life and Ministry Programme.
      http://starconnectmedia.com/russias-ban-trump-pence-attend-meeting-of-jehovahs-witness-in-us/
    • By bruceq
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      President Donald Trump has sent a strong message to the Russia Federation over the country’s ban on the “peaceful activities” of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
      Trump warns Russia to reverse its decision immediately else he would use the country’s own constitution against them.
      “You know right that this is contrary to the constitution of the land of the Russia Federation. I request you to reverse the decision immediately before I use your own constitution against you” – Trump warned.
      Trump went on to invite all Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia to seek asylum in the United States until their religious rights are reinstated in Russia.
      “As this is an infringement of your fundamental human rights, I therefore urge you to seek asylum in the United States until your rights are fully reinstated.” – Trump urged.
      Supreme Court judge Yuri Ivanenko reads the decision in a courtroom in Moscow Thursday AP
      Russia’s Supreme Court ruled on April 20, 2017 that the Jehovah’s Witnesses organization should be closed down and no longer allowed to operate legally in Russia, Human Rights Watch said today. The ruling, which affects more than 100,000 Jehovah’s Witness worshippers across Russia, is a serious breach of Russia’s obligations to respect and protect religious freedom.
      http://fox-news24.com/trump-warns-russia-over-jehovahs-witnesses-ban-and-urges-members-to-seek-asylum-in-the-us/
       
    • By Jack Ryan
      WASHINGTON DC – President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and their wives attended Thursday evening meeting of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Washington D.C.
      The surprise appearance of the first families of the US drove many others to the Kingdom Hall of the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
      Though their visit was unannounced, ushers, preferably called ‘attendants’ by the religious organization received the Trump, Pence and wives and offered them front row seats.
      Trump was seen shaking hands with almost the entire congregation after the service and also picked copies of the groups publications ‘Watchtower’ and ‘Awake!’.
      White House spokesperson told the media present that “the surprise visit to the meeting of Jehovah’s Witnesses is to console all its members across the globe over Russia’s ban on its activities”.
      The presence of the dignitaries were acknowledged during the announcements segment of the service but Trump did not give a speech at the service.
      Trump connection to the Jehovah’s Witnesses came to public after his in-law Jared Kushner purchased the religious group’s buildings in Brooklyn.
      Russia’s Supreme Court ruled on April 20, 2017 that the Jehovah’s Witnesses organization should be closed down and no longer allowed to operate legally in Russia, Human Rights Watch said today. The ruling, which affects more than 100,000 Jehovah’s Witness worshippers across Russia, is a serious breach of Russia’s obligations to respect and protect religious freedom.
      https://www.bamstrend.com/52904.html
    • By admin
      The UN should create a set of international rules to help stop the pandemic of fake news and Cold war-style disinformation, Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has said during a session of the UN Committee on Information in New York.
       
    • Guest Nicole
      By Guest Nicole
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      By Anthony Faiola and Stephanie Kirchner April 5 at 4:55 PM 
      BERLIN — Germany officially unveiled a landmark social-media bill Wednesday that could quickly turn this nation into a test case in the effort to combat the spread of fake news and hate speech in the West.
      The highly anticipated draft bill is also highly contentious, with critics denouncing it as a curb on free speech. If passed, as now appears likely, the measure would compel large outlets such as Facebook and Twitter to rapidly remove fake news that incites hate, as well as other “criminal” content, or face fines as high as 50 million euros ($53 million).
      Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cabinet agreed on the draft bill Wednesday, giving it a high chance of approval in the German Parliament before national elections in September. In effect, the move is Germany’s response to a barrage of fake news during last year’s elections in the United States, with officials seeking to prevent a similar onslaught here.
      Already, a few fake news reports have emerged in Germany. One falsely alleged that a German girl of Russian descent was raped last year by asylum seekers. Repeated by high-level Russian officials, the reports seemed aimed at Merkel’s open-door policy for refugees.
      Merkel is now involved in a strenuous campaign for a fourth term in office.
      “The providers of social networks are responsible when their platforms are misused to spread hate crime or illegal false news,” German Justice Minister Heiko Maas said in a statement.
      The proposed law would apply only within German borders. But Maas said Wednesday he would press for similar measures across the European Union.
      A number of European countries have also sought to counter the fake-news scourge. The Czech Republic recently inaugurated a special unit charged with denouncing false reports. Should the German measure become law, however, experts say it would amount to the boldest step yet by a major Western nation to control social-media content. Depending on how obviously false or illegal a post is, companies would have as little as 24 hours to remove it.
      In addition to fake news and hate speech, the draft bill would target posts seen as inciting terrorism or spreading child pornography. Officials have cited a surge of hate speech across the Internet as a major factor behind the rise of far-right violence in Germany, including arson attacks at refugee centers and assaults on police officers.
      “Germany considers itself a pioneer,” said Markus Beckedahl, a prominent German Internet activist and blogger. “It’s a solo effort . . . but the European Commission will certainly watch closely what Germany is doing.”
      Yet the broad nature of the bill prompted critics to call it an overreach that risks becoming de facto censorship. Stephan Scherzer, chairman of the Association of German Magazine Publishers, said the measure could turn big social-media companies into “private opinion police.”
      Green Party politician Renate Künast told public broadcaster ARD that the bill could lead to “a sharp limitation of freedom of speech, because there will only be deleting, deleting, deleting.”
      One of the companies most affected by the bill is Facebook, which has sought to sidestep such laws by taking voluntary measures to curb the spread of fake news. The company echoed concerns that the bill would wrongly foist upon corporations a level of decision-making on the legality of content that should instead reside with German courts.
      https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/how-do-you-stop-fake-news-in-germany-with-a-law/2017/04/05/e6834ad6-1a08-11e7-bcc2-7d1a0973e7b2_story.html?utm_term=.416ac5a58cc1
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    • By Queen Esther
      The Administrative Center of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia....
      DECEMBER 19, 2016
      RUSSIA
      Jehovah’s Witnesses Seek Justice in Appeal Against Warning !
      The Moscow City Court has scheduled an appeal hearing in which Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia will challenge the legality of the warning issued to their Administrative Center. On January 16, 2017, at 11:10 a.m., Moscow Standard Time, the court will hear the appeal and will likely hand down its ruling that same day.
      The Witnesses seek to establish that the accusations of “extremist activity” are based on fabricated evidence and false statements that have been manufactured by local authorities to portray sincere worship as criminal activity. In the October 12, 2016, hearing, Judge M. S. Moskalenko of the Tverskoy District Court of Moscow did not allow testimony or video that exposed the illegal actions of some authorities.
      International human rights lawyer James Andrik stated: “Either way, this ruling may prove significant. If the Moscow City Court dismisses the appeal, the Prosecutor General’s Office could act on its threat against the Administrative Center. It could liquidate the Administrative Center and further harass the religious communities of Jehovah’s Witnesses and restrict their worship throughout Russia. If, on the other hand, the court upholds the appeal, it would be a breakthrough for justice.”
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      https://www.jw.org/en/news/legal/by-region/russia/appeal-hearing-scheduled-20161219/
    • By The Librarian
      The Witnesses will ask the Moscow City Court to strike down the warning against their Administrative Center, the Witnesses’ national headquarters outside St. Petersburg.
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    • Guest Nicole
      By Guest Nicole
      The Russian SAR-401 android robot was presented to Patriarch Kirill of Moscow at the International Orthodox Student Forum in Moscow. 
       
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