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JW.org - NEWS RELEASES | Officials in Russia Honor Jehovah’s Witnesses, Including Jailed Danish Citizen, for Outstanding Community Service


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Yes, I read this story on JW.ORG, it just shows me that in Moscow/St Petersburg there is one set of rules and then on the outskirts of the two main cities, little authorities make up their own rules and laws based on lies and fabrication from the two main cities in Russia.    So far two stories that contradict the "extremism" put on our brothers in Russia, Putin giving the medal of valor to a family that teach their kids to live by Bible principles, and our Br. Dennis, who is married to a Russian sister and who lives in the town of Oryol for YEARS, cleans up with the friends and who later get a note of appreciation from the authorities who have him locked up anyway.     Just shows me that the authorities have their mentor Satan behind them.

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