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REFLECTION BEFORE APRIL 5. 2017 ( Russia )


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REFLECTION BEFORE APRIL 5. 2017  Let us be clear. By definition, in Russia we are and will always be an extremist sect. But so were the early Christians.Acts 24: 5 We are accused of separating families. That is malicious misrepresentation of something that happens on time. For something Jesus said: (Matthew 10: 34-37) Do not think that I came to put peace on the earth; I came not to make peace, but a sword. 35 For I came to cause division, and the man shall be against his father, and

Paul was saying that God’s promises always come true. Jehovah said about his word: “It will not return to me without results.” And he said: “It will have certain success in that for which I have sent it.” (Isaiah 55:11)

ACTUALLY  OUR  BROTHER'S  FROM  THE  UKRAINE  WERE  WRITING  LETTERS  TO  THEIR  BROTHERS  IN  RUSSIA....  THATS  JW  LOVE❤    JEHOVAH  WILL  WIN...  EVERLASTING !!

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APRIL 3, 2017
RUSSIA
On Video: Experts React to Threat of Ban on Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia

 

On April 5, 2017, the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation is expected to rule on whether to liquidate and ban the activity of all legal entities used by Jehovah’s Witnesses throughout Russia. A ruling against the Witnesses would criminalize their worship. Several human rights experts from Russia and abroad comment on the unjust actions of Russian authorities and how a ban on Jehovah’s Witnesses would affect not only the Witnesses but also Russia’s international reputation and religious freedom for its citizens.

    Heiner Bielefeldt: “If Jehovah’s Witnesses are extremist, I think we all are”

    Former UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief

    Dr. Massimo Introvigne: “The only relationship between Jehovah’s Witnesses and violence is that they have been victims of violence”

    Sociologist and Former Representative of the OSCE on Combating Racism, Xenophobia, Discrimination

    Annika Hvithamar: ‘If Jehovah’s Witnesses are extremist, then most versions of Christianity could be accused of the same thing’

    Associate Professor/Head of Studies, Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen

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