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Ukrainian Orthodox Church in occupied Crimea under imminent threat following Russian Supreme Court decision

A week after Archbishop Klyment was threatened with criminal prosecution if he did not demolish a Ukrainian Orthodox chapel in Yevpatoria, Russia’s Supreme Court has taken a decision which places in jeopardy the very existence of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in occupied Crimea | detail

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Russia orders demolition of Ukrainian Orthodox chapel in occupied Crimea and threatens to prosecute Archbishop Klyment

Archbishop Klyment, Head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Crimea, has been ordered to demolish an Orthodox chapel in Yevpatoria, and threatened with criminal prosecution if he does not comply within five days. | detail

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Expert demolishes Russian FSB ‘evidence’ against imprisoned Crimean Tatar civic activists

The evidence is disturbingly primitive and shows a frightening failure to distinguish between Islam and an organization which is legal in Ukraine but which Russia is unwarrantedly treating as ‘terrorist’ | detail

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Russia’s puppet Crimean leader hides from Crimean Tatar veteran activists outraged by his lies

Russia’s puppet Crimean leader Sergei Aksyonov thanked the FSB for their persecution of seven Crimean Muslims, including a man who is blind and unable to move freely. Aksyonov hid behind closed doors, however, when a group of elderly veterans of the Crimean Tatar national movement arrived, demanding an apology | detail

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Blind man among those arrested for Russia’s conveyor belt of terror in occupied Crimea

Seven men were arrested in occupied Crimea on 7 July 2020 in Russia’s new fabricated ‘Hizb ut-Tahrir’ case, with the FSB having reached new depths and arrested a man who is totally blind | detail

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Crimean Tatar political prisoners punished for refusing to take part in Russia’s ’forever Putin referendum’

Several Crimean Tatar prisoners and their cellmates have been threatened and punished because they refused to take part in the pseudo ‘referendum’ on amendments to Russia’s Constitution | detail

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CoE’s Russian partner persecutes 90-year-old believer & hundreds of Crimean & Russian political prisoners

A Russian body which boasts of collaboration with the Council of Europe has added Rimma Vashchenko, a 90-year-old Jehovah’s Witness to its notorious ‘List of Terrorists and Extremists’, which also contains the names of over 80 Ukrainian political prisoners | detail

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Huge sentences upheld for defending human rights and integrity in Russian-occupied Crimea

A Russian court has refused to revoke horrific sentences against Crimean Tatar human rights activist Emir-Usein Kuku and five other Ukrainian Muslims despite the lack of any crime and a record-breaking number of falsifications | detail

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Stalin took Crimean Tatar Dilyara Alieva’s homeland and parents; Putin’s Russia has taken her son

83-year-old Dilyara Alieva lived through Stalin’s Deportation and, 72-years later relived the horror when Russia’s FSB came to take her son away | detail

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Young father sentenced to seven years for refusing to collaborate with the FSB

In Russian-occupied Crimea, a Ukrainian turncoat has helped the Russian FSB persecute Ukrainians, with many targeted for demonstrating the integrity he lacked | detail

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Russian court refuses to consider proof that Crimean Tatar rights activist and 5 other political prisoners should be acquitted

Russia’s appeal hearing against the 76 years passed down against six Crimean Tatar and other Ukrainian political prisoners has received important attention from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and the European Union | detail

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Outbreak of Covid-19 in Russian prison holding Ukrainian prisoners of conscience

All Russian SIZOs are notoriously filthy, unsanitary and overcrowded, meaning that the three men are without any protection against the potentially deadly virus | detail

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Family on trial without any crime in Russian-occupied Crimea

After sentencing one member of a Crimean Tatar family to thirteen and a half years’ imprisonment without any crime, Russia has now fast-tracked the ‘trial’ of the other two men in the family, including 59-year-old grandfather Enver Omerov | detail

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Six-year sentence for worship in dramatic escalation of religious persecution in Russian-occupied Crimea

In a shocking escalation of repression in occupied Crimea, a Russian-controlled court has revoked the fine imposed upon Ukrainian Jehovah’s Witness Artem Gerasimov and sentenced him to six years’ imprisonment | detail

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Russia makes talking about the Bible an ‘extremist activity’ in occupied Crimea

Russia has carried out new armed searches of the homes of Jehovah’s Witnesses in occupied Crimea with 29-year-old father of two, Artem Shabliy arrested and facing criminal charges for his faith | detail

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“Mama, have they come to kill us?” Russia’s new-old terror and deportation of Crimean Tatars

Uzeir and his brother, Teymur Abdullayev, were among five Crimean Tatars arrested on 12 October 2016 on charges relating solely to their faith, and deported to Russian prisons, where they are held to this day. | detail

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Three ‘prosecution witnesses’ unexpectedly expose lies in Russia’s trial of Crimean Tatar civic activists

During the course of the last court hearings in May, three ‘prosecution witnesses’ in Russia’s trial of eight Ukrainian political prisoners gave testimony against the prosecution, including one who testified in court that he did not know the defendants at all | detail

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Jehovah’s Witness in Russian-occupied Crimea gets 6 years for ‘undermining state security’ by praying at home

Filatov was found to have prayed, together with others, in his own home, which the Russian-controlled prosecutor and court chose to view as “undermining constitutional order and state security” | detail

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Political prisoners deported to Russia speak out on anniversary of Crimean Tatar Deportation

During a court hearing on 18 May, eight political prisoners honoured the victims of Stalin’s 1944 Deportation and pointed to the new methods of terror and intimidation that Moscow is now using against Crimean Tatars | detail

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Ukraine takes vital step to protect Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Crimea

Moscow must understand that the forced dissolution of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Crimea will have identical consequences for the Russian Orthodox Church in mainland Ukraine, Archbishop Klyment, Head of the beleaguered Church in Crimea has said | detail

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