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The first complete Bible translation in Uzbek, the native language of more than 25 million people, appeared in 2017, soon followed by another.
Dennis Christensen (Languishing in Detention) and Fellow-Believers Received Thanks From Local Authorities
Oryol authorities thanked Jehovah’s Witnesses for their good deeds. By a strange coincidence, one of them is behind bars.
On 31 May 2017 in Moscow, at a meeting in the Kremlin, the country’s president gave Valeriy and Tatyana Novik, Jehovah’s Witnesses from Karelia, the “Order of Parental Glory” medal.
Great Britain’s representative to the Venice Commission believes that the claim against Jehovah’s Witnesses will not help Russia consolidate its reputation as a civilized nation.
Massimo Introvigne: “The Only Relationship Between Jehovah’s Witnesses and Violence Is They Have Been Victims of Violence”
The OSCE Representative on Combatting Racism, Xenophobia and Discrimination speaks about the attempt of the Ministry of Justice to ban Jehovah’s Witnesses.
The UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion speaks about the attempt of the Ministry of Justice to ban Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Annika Vitamar: “If Jehovah’s Witnesses Are Extremists, Then Most Versions of Christianity Could Be Called the Same”
A religious historian from Denmark speaks about the judicial claim against Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia.