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** Jehovah's Witnesses Declared "Extremists", Banned From Russia
Jehovah's Witnesses have been banned from Russia following a ruling by the Supreme Court on Thursday.
Russia's justice ministry had called on the Supreme Court to dissolve the “extremist organisation” after it was heard that it brainwashes its members.
The ministry said it had found signs of “extremist activity” within the organisation and requested that it be banned.
Supreme Court judge Yury Ivanenko announced that the Russia government had decided to close down “the administrative centre of Jehovah’s Witnesses and the local organisations in its fold and turn their property over to the Russian Federation.”
“They represent a threat to the rights of people, public order and public safety,” justice ministry representative Svetlana Borisova said according to local media.
Jehovah Witness has 395 centres across Russia. Reacting, it said it wold appeal the decision.
Two Members Of Jehovah Witness Who Have Been Members Of Jehovah Witness Since 1995 But Decided To Leave JW In 2009 Took Jehovah Witness To Court. There Reasons Include:
(a)They Were Brainwashed From
1995 to 2009
(b)They Were Told Not To give birth To Children.
(c)They Were BrainWashed Not To Further Their Education
(d) They Claim That Their Lives Were under Control From Witness Administrative Center
(e)Therefore Based On Their Experiences And All They Suffered While In Jehovah Witness, They Don't Want Others To Suffer What They Suffered.
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