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JW Eritrea:THESE JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES HAVE BEEN IMPRISONED IN ERITREA FOR THE PAST 25 YEARS WITHOUT TRIAL


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This week marked 25 years in prison without charges or trial for three men in Eritrea. The trio—identified as Paulos Eyasu, Isaac Mogos and Negede Teklemariam—have been incarcerated in the East African nation since 1994, after refusing to partake in military service, part of their pacifist beliefs as Jehovah's Witnesses.

Authorities arrested Eyasu, Mogos and Teklemariam on September 17, 1994, but formal charges were never filed and they've never come before the court. In 2017, they were transferred to Mai Serwa prison, where they were allowed visitors for the first time, according to Human Rights Watch.

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Paulos Eyasu, Isaac Mogos and Negede Teklemariam have been imprisoned in Eritrea since 1994.JW.ORG

https://www.newsweek.com/jehovahs-witness-eritrea-prison-1460564

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