In September 2021, peaceful believer Aleksandra Zakharova was prosecuted as a defendant in the case against Jehovah's Witnesses in Berezovsky.
Aleksandra was born in October 1990 in Novosibirsk. She grew up as a versatile and inquisitive girl: she attended choreography and swimming classes, went to the art studio and sang in the choir, and also organized themed holidays for family and friends.
As a child, Aleksandra wondered why people die. From the Bible, she learned that death is unnatural for a person and in the future it will not. She also came to the conclusion that world history confirms the fulfillment of the prophecies recorded in this book. All this prompted her to embark on the Christian path.
Aleksandra and her husband enjoy going to theaters and museums, traveling, meeting friends. She also reads a lot, loves to cook, give gifts, listen to music and take care of animals.
The criminal prosecution was a great shock for Aleksandra. Now every knock on the door makes her deeply anxious. Relatives of a believer consider it unfair that a respectable girl could face a prison sentence for reading the Bible.