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JW.org - Germany Courts Recognize Conventions of Jehovah’s Witnesses as Religious Holidays


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The Witnesses’ annual conventions are now recognized as religious holidays, reaffirming the right of parents to educate their children according to their religious beliefs.

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Edit:  Link fixed


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1 minute ago, rocket said:

 

Fixed twice, should work now. :lol1:

If it was moved to fix it,  then moved again to fix it, wouldn't that unfix it?...:upsidedown:...

 

 

The news about national holidays is good for us, for now..

What happens when all the other  religions want all of their gatherings to be considered national holidays. ..

 

Would that scenario get to be tiresome for some,  perhaps most, national entitys?...it may very well result in some kind of backlash. ..

 

Why, they might want to ban religion altogether. ....:dance:

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