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Una mujer de creencia religiosa evangélica ataco a un grupo de Testigos de Jehova que se encontraban predicando en una plaza pública de la ciudad de San Miguel.

El hecho fue documentado en un video por una persona que se encontraba en el parque Guzmán, en las cercanías de la catedral y el palacio municipal de la ciudad de San Miguel.

Las imágenes se han hecho viral y se puede apreciar como una mujer con lo que aparece ser una biblia empieza a “evangelizar” y agrede al grupo de testigos de Jehova. Durante su envangelización la mujer invoca el nombre de Dios para “echar fuera” a todo “mentiroso” y “demonio” que se encontraran en el lugar.

Luego de eso la mujer patea enfurecidamente un exhibidor de revistas perteneciente a los Testigos. Curiosamente una pequeña niña se encontraba en la escena, pero se desconoce si esta acompañaba a la religiosa o al grupo de testigos.

Por su parte los afectados denunciaron el hecho a miembros del Cuerpo de Agentes Metropolitanos (CAM) a quienes aseguraron que no era la primera vez que eran atacados por la evangelizadora.

 

https://www.solonoticias.com/2017/09/28/religiosa-evangelica-agrede-grupo-testigos-jehova-san-miguel/

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La página “Testigos de Jehová su historia” publicó un video en donde aparece una anciana con velo, gritándola a un grupo de téstigos de jehová que se encontraban en San Miguel predicando.

“En San Miguel, El Salvador, en el parque Guzmán esta señora que dice es del templo evangelista, tiene por costumbre atacar a los hermanos de esta manera, incluso pateando los exhibidores.

No era la primera vez y por decisión de los ancianos de esa Congregación, acordaron filmarla para tener evidencia de sus ataques y tomar las medidas respectivas. Ya se ha preguntado a la Sucursal para saber cómo proceder en estos casos.
En esta ocasión intervino la policía para llamar la atención a esta señora y proteger a los hermanos. Y como resultado más personas se acercaron al exhibidor”

Fue el mensaje que acompañó el video en donde la anciana se puede ver gritando e inclusive botando un banner de los Testigos.

http://elpuesto.com/2017/09/28/video-violenta-mujer-evangelica-ataca-a-testigos-de-jehova-en-san-miguel/

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