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"Pilgrim and Sojourner." - 1 Peter 2:11

 KAZAKHSTAN: Punishments for worship

Andrei Panafidin, the leader of a Baptist congregation in Taraz in southern Kazakhstan which chooses to meet without state registration, has been given a massive fine, local Baptists told Forum 18 News Service. Council of Churches Baptists say this is the first fine on a member of their communities for unregistered religious worship in Kazakhstan since summer 2010. A Pentecostal congregation elsewhere in southern Kazakhstan has been banned from meeting in a private home, although it is the congregation's legal registered address. And in the commercial capital Almaty, a local administration has banned a university from continuing to rent a property it has just bought to religious organisations.

Kazakh officials repeatedly insist that religious activity is illegal without state registration, in defiance of the country's international human rights commitments. Unregistered religious activity is ...

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 2011/4/2 18:02Profile

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Hemel Hempstead

 Re: KAZAKHSTAN: Punishments for worship

I thought this was horrific

Dominic Shiells

 2011/4/2 21:03Profile

 Re: Kazak petsecution

Even though the church experiences harrassment, fines, and imprdonment she continues to grow in this central Asian country. We need to pray for our brothets and sisters in Kazakhstan.

 2011/4/4 20:57

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