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JW Rusia: Creyentes en el centro de detención reciben cientos de cartas de apoyo de todo el mundo.

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Para el 15 de abril de 2019, Yury Saveliev , quien había estado languideciendo durante medio año en el centro de detención por su fe, recibió 715 cartas con palabras de apoyo y pequeños regalos. Australia, Austria, Bielorrusia, Gran Bretaña, Polonia, Rusia, Estados Unidos, Ucrania, Francia son solo algunos de los países cuyos residentes han decidido apoyar al creyente Novosibirsk de 64 años. Los correligionarios y las personas simplemente indiferentes le escriben palabras de apoyo y aliento, y algunos incluso envían pequeños paquetes, colocándoles una barra de chocolate o una postal.

Los vecinos de la cámara se sorprenden por la cantidad de letras y no dejan de hacerle preguntas a Yuri. Especialmente sorprendente para ellos es que las cartas provienen de personas que él no conoce. Las personas que visitaron a Yuri en el SIZO No. 1 en la región de Novosibirsk informan que el flujo de cartas se convirtió en un gran estímulo para él y en una ocasión para conversaciones interesantes. Según él, sus compañeros lo respetan por sus creencias y comportamiento decente, e incluso lo protegen de un trato injusto.

Esta situación también es característica de otros testigos de Jehová rusos tras las rejas. También informaron un sinfín de letras. A pesar del número creciente de casos criminales, el número de creyentes en los centros de detención preventiva ha estado disminuyendo recientemente. De momento son 20 personas.



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