In Russia, Jehovah's Witnesses are recruiting residents – media
A notebook was found in which Jehovah's Witnesses allegedly recorded their activities in the Belgorod Region.
The Jehovah's Witnesses, a religious community banned in Russia, recruits residents of the town of Shebekino, Belgorod Region.
This is reported by the Mash Telegram channel with a link to the subscriber's information.
“Jehovah's Witnesses are mailboxes decomposing pieces of paper with a call to believe in Jehovah and become one of them in order to get rid of stress due to constant arrivals, with the help of their sermons and other theological,” the source says.
Moreover, according to the testimony of a channel subscriber, a notebook of Jehovah's Witnesses was found, in which they allegedly recorded their “missionary” activities in the region.
“There: full name, phone numbers and a separate column in which the physical or psychological problems of each person are painted,” the message says.
Note that the ministers of the religious association “Jehovah's Witnesses” adhere to the principles of pacifism.
Recall that in 2020, the European Court of Human Rights in the case of Jehovah's Witnesses of Izmail Odesa region against Ukraine ruled to compensate the applicants for moral and material damage due to the fact that their meeting in 2012 was disrupted by representatives of the Orthodox Church .