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JW Rusia: Comunidad del campo de concentración de Dachau escribe a Putin

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La comunidad del campo de concentración de Dachau observa con gran preocupación la persecución de los Testigos de Jehová en Rusia. 
Allí, la comunidad religiosa ha sido una organización terrorista desde 2017. Según informes de los medios de comunicación, las autoridades estatales han estado tomando medidas enérgicas contra los Testigos de Jehová desde hace algunas semanas. 
La comunidad del campamento no quiere quedarse al margen y ahora ha enviado una carta al presidente ruso, Vladimir Putin, a la canciller alemana, Angela Merkel (CDU), a la ministra de Relaciones Exteriores Heiko Maas (SPD) y al cónsul general de la Federación Rusa en Munich, expresando su descontento con el Acción de las autoridades rusas.
"Pedimos al presidente ruso y al gobierno alemán que utilicen su influencia para afirmar que los miembros de los testigos de Jehová tienen los derechos garantizados por la Constitución rusa", dijo Guido Hassel, de la Comunidad del Campo Dachau.
La comunidad del campamento Dachau fue fundada en 1946 por ex reclusos del campo de concentración. Se ve a sí mismo como el portavoz de las muchas víctimas de la tiranía nacionalsocialista. Cientos de testigos de Jehová estaban entre las víctimas de los nazis en el campo de concentración de Dachau. "Nunca más es nuestro deber y obligación", escribe Hassel. 
Las comunicaciones perturbadoras de Rusia mostraron "que la vida y la salud de los miembros individuales de la comunidad religiosa están amenazadas por la tortura y la brutalidad extrema". 
La comunidad del campamento, por lo tanto, ha decidido escribir a los cuatro políticos. La carta a Putin afirma que es incomprensible que la comunidad religiosa amante de la paz en Rusia se equipare a las organizaciones terroristas. Rusia debería conceder a los testigos de Jehová el ejercicio de su religión. "Escuche a los sobrevivientes del campo de concentración y víctimas del campo de concentración de Dachau".

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