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By Jeremy Reynalds
Special Correspondent for ASSIST News Service
MOSCOW, RUSSIA (ANS) — Moscow’s Jehovah’s Witnesses are feeling the hear as authorities apparently ramp up pressure on the group’s activities.
Group members are experiencing “escalating and more overt” obstruction as a result of last year’s local court ban on their activities in Moscow , their representative Christian Presber told Forum 18 News Service.
The group has lost meeting places, Presber said, while “those who still provide them are becoming fearful of the consequences.”