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Eritrea's Human Rights Abuse: Newsweek

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U.S. State Department Report regarding Eritrea:  https://www.state.gov/j/drl/rls/irf/religiousfreedom/index.htm?year=2017&dlid=280738#wrapper

Jehovah's Witnesses are mentioned in the executive summary as well as in Section I.


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Yes they are. Im considering an email to the editor to thank them for the widespread coverage. I kinda wonder if there isn't a few Brothers working there steering the articles LOL


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I had no idea life in Eretria was so harsh for our brothers, and this had been ongoing for decades. When I read such reports I know that Jehovah can do anything, that he can make us strong enough to face anything.


Jehovah’s Witnesses continued to report members were unable to obtain official identification documents, which meant they were generally unable to study in government institutions, find employment, or obtain an exit visa to leave the country. Authorities collectively stripped Jehovah’s Witnesses of citizenship in 1994 after their refusal to participate in the independence referendum. The government continued to withhold documents and entitlements such as passports, national identification cards (required for employment), and ration cards. The government also required all customers to present a national identification card in order to use computers at private internet cafes, where most individuals access the internet. This identification requirement rendered Jehovah’s Witness members generally unable to use the internet.

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Do we have a twitter handle for this, like #StopJwBan

“Just as you want men to do to you, do the same way to them.”

                          :backflip: Luke 6:31:backflip:                                               


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