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  1. CONVENTIONS | “Don’t Give Up!” Convention

    2017 “DON’T GIVE UP!” CONVENTION INTRODUCTIONS
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  2. This section is only for the Dutch language.... so maybe you could translate and edit your posts please? ;-)
  3. New Dutch Bible Released! 👏💕🕊📖🕊💕👏

    Thank you. You inspired me to ask the @admin to start a Dutch language section here on the forum. Enjoy!
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  4. “Yahweh” or “Jehovah”?

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  6. Jared Kushner Hires 9/11 Commissioner Jamie Gorelick As His Attorney!
  7. Jehovah’s Witnesses dissolved in Russia’s Cherkessk

    VS recognized lawful elimination Jehovah's Witnesses in the city of Cherkessk MOSCOW, on May 26 — RIA Novosti. The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation has upheld the decision on recognition of the Jehovah's Witnesses organization of the city of Cherkessk of extremist and her elimination, the correspondent RIA Novosti from the courtroom reports. "The judicial board has decided: the decision of the Supreme Court of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic of February ‪10 ‬ which has satisfied the administrative claim of the prosecutor for recognition Jehovah's Witnesses of the city of Cherkessk with the extremist organization, her elimination and the address of real estate in the form of the land plot and the building in property of the state to leave without change" — the judge has announced the decision. Thus, the court has rejected the appeal complaint of the organization, and the judgment about her elimination has taken legal effect. According to prosecutor's office of Karachay-Cherkessia, local Jehovah's Witnesses check materials regarding performance of the legislation on counteraction extremist деятельности.© Fotolia/robypangy "Jehovah's Witnesses" against Ministry of Justice were the cause for the requirement about elimination: when the tochkaprokuratura of the region is put I have brought the organization to administrative responsibility for article 20.29 Code of the Russian Federation on Administrative Offences for distribution of the forbidden literature and the subsequent continuation of illegal extremist activity by her. Jehovah's Witnesses — the international religious organization with the headquarters in Brooklyn (New York). As it is reported on the website of iyegovist, "Witnesses" exist in Russia more than 100 years. Since 2004 on decision of the courts a number of communities and local offices Jehovah's Witnesses have been closed in regions — in the Belgorod, Samara, Rostov, Oryol regions and in other subjects to Rf.Kroma of that, the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation in April recognized extremist head office Jehovah's Witnesses in Russia — "The administrative center Jehovah's Witnesses", having also recognized her extremist. This decision hasn't taken legal effect yet.
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  8. Marlo Medina-Chevez

    Uber driver worked to raise money for family vacation CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A funeral service is planned for Marlo Medina-Chevez, the Charlotte Uber driver who police say was killed over the weekend. "It hasn't been an easy year for us at all," Deborah Medina, Marlo's daughter, said. [Body found in Rock Hill ID'd as missing Uber driver, police say] Medina-Chevez left his Steele Creek house last weekend to work as an Uber driver, and never came home. (Medina-Chevez) Sources said Charlotte-Mecklenburg police found his body, severely beaten and bound, in woods in Rock Hill. Two strangers, Diontray Adams and James Steven, are now behind bars and will be charged in his death. The pair will also face charges of kidnapping and robbery with a dangerous weapon. They are fighting extradition. (James Stevens, Diontray Adams) "It brings you peace that they are in jail," Medina said. "But I just lost my dad. You can't really come back from that." His friend Karen Miller is trying to help. She grew up in Marlo's congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses. When her family was going through difficult times, he lifted her spirits. Now she's returning the favor. "We want to do something for his daughters to make sure they are not too sad too," she said. Marlo was the family's sole provider. He started driving for Uber to make some extra cash to take his family on a vacation. Karen has raised more than $19,000 to help them out. She and her congregation are preparing to say goodbye to their friend, who lived a faith-driven life. And it's faith that's keeping his friends and family going. "All we have to do is be strong and we know we will see him again," she said. A funeral is planned for Monday at 3 p.m. at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 6516 Old Pineville Road.
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