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At the Kirov Okrug District Court hearing, the prosecutor presented books which had not been banned as evidence that Anatoliy Tokarev “incited hatred”

Kirov Region

Persecution Sinks to a New Level: Feliks Makhammadiyev Became the First of Jehovah's Witnesses Forced to Stateless-Person Status

On May 8, 2020, it was learned that Russian citizenship of Saratov resident Feliks Makhammadiyev, who had suffered a brutal beating in a colony of Orenburg, was annulled after his 18 years of living legally in this country. In fact, Russia violates his fundamental right to citizenship, which is entrenched in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Yuriy Belosludtsev and Sergey Sergeyev, despite the pandemic, had to travel 80 kilometers to be indicted

Primorye Territory

The preventive measure was downgraded for Viktor Zimovskiy from Georgievsk. The investigator replaced his house arrest with a recognizance not to leave

Stavropol Territory

In Naberezhnyye Chelny, investigation of believers resumed. Earlier, the court rejected the case and returned it to the prosecutor

Tatarstan

Accusation, recognizance agreement, seizure of property. Read it now: Chronology of criminal prosecution of Svetlana Monis in Birobidzhan

A criminal case against an exemplary family man, Andrey Sazonov, from the town of Uray is ready to be brought to court

Kamchatka Territory Court adjourned the appeal in the case of Mikhail and Yelena Popov

Kamchatka Territory

In Birobidzhan, because of the pandemic, hearings for believing women Larisa Artamonova, Yuliya Kaganovich, Svetlana Monis and Yelena Reyno-Chernyshova have been postponed

After the raids in the Krasnodar Territory, a recognizance not to leave was taken from one more believer, a 43-year-old woman from Pavlovskaya village. She suffered undue stress

Krasnodar Territory

In the Spring of 1945, Russia Freed Jehovah's Witnesses From Concentration Camps. Why, 75 Years Later, Are They Again in Prisons?

More than 4,000 prisoners of concentration camps wore purple triangles on their chests. Because of their faith, they refused to salute Hitler, pick up weapons and fight. On the 75th anniversary of the liberation, the peace-loving Jehovah’s Witnesses are again in prison, this time in Russia. How did the liberating country become an oppressor?
Moscow

According to updates, on April 29, 2020, security forces in the Krasnodar Territory raided nine addresses. There were four searches in Kholmskaya and five in Pavlovskaya

Krasnodar Territory

The Lipetsk court ruled to leave believers in a pre-trial detention center for another three months, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. They have been detained for almost six months now

Lipetsk Region

In Kursk, the court extended detention for a prisoner of conscience, Artem Bagratyan, having left him in jail until July 11

Kursk Region

The appeal hearing for Sergey Filatov, jailed for his beliefs, is due May 26, 2020

Crimea

Criminal prosecution for the faith befell the father of three young children. A biography of Igor Mamalimov is published

Three Months Passed After the Beating of Five Believers in the Orenburg Colony. What Is Happening to Them Now?

According to data on May 4, 2020, Feliks Makhammadiyev, who had a damaged lung, is recovering in the prison hospital; the threat to life has passed. Believers Budenchuk, Miretskiy, Gridasov and German also report feeling better. They are forced to work ten hours a day.

Sergey Klimov from Tomsk, who had been sentenced to six years for his faith, was transferred from a pre-trial detention center to an Astrakhan colony. You can write to him