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JW.org - National Human Rights Commission Urges Respect for Freedom of Conscience


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22 hours ago, JWTalk Forums said:

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South Korea’s National Human Rights Commission urged the government to protect the fundamental right of conscientious objection to military service.

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Link just keeps coming back to this topic. :(

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On 1/25/2017 at 5:54 PM, Friends just call me Ross said:

Link just keeps coming back to this topic. :(

 

All of these automated posts from user "JWTalk Forums" do the same thing. It's a bug in the system.

 

Sometimes, though, a moderator steps in and corrects the link if he (or she) sees it. (...for example...)

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