Besieged Jehovah’s Witnesses resume work in Kazakhstan

Jehovah’s Witnesses in the capital of Almaty are now able to resume their activity after having won an appeal in the local court.

The center in the spotlight continues to legally conduct administration and coordinate the activity of congregations of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Kazakhstan.

Police took legal action against the church claiming that the center had an insufficient number of surveillance cameras, the press service of societies of Jehovah’s Witnesses reports.

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