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Countries Where Jehovah's Witnesses Are "Banned"

The countries that have or continue to curtail the ability of this door knocking sect from going door to door.
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97th percentile. Ran out of time. Start with Muslim countries, then naturally segue into other countries without many rights, then fill in the holes with ignorant countries where religion is very important or a contentious issue, and a few places where the opposite is true and people just don't want to be bothered by it... and you get pretty much everything.
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Feb 23, 2013
Octirio
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Jehovah Witnesses are not banned in Indonesia, India, Guinea Bissau, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia and Hrzegovina, Serbia, Sierra Leone, Malawi... This quiz is not correct.
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Jun 18, 2014
HelenO
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Wish it was banned in the UK. I know quite a lot and they don't encourage their children to mix with what they call "worldly" children. Have been to two weddings (because some in-laws "converted"). The brides were told that there are three people in the marriage, including Jehovah who sees everything, the husband makes all the decisions and the wife mustn't argue with this!
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May 24, 2015
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First of all, the only reason why Jehovah's witnesses discourage their children to hang with other kids is because of bad habits of this kids, I would say that is pretty normal for a normal parent. Are you gonna let your kids to join rebellious kids? If a JW parent sees that the kid that doesn't have the same religion with his son/daughter doesn't have any bad influence whatsoever then mixing with them is fine. 2nd, the husband doesn't decide for everything, he needs to ask the opinion of his wife. vice versa. your judging people beliefs that you don't even understand. Very intelligent. Nice
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Jun 3, 2016
JTLong
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I had a very bad experience with Jehova's. Players!
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Dec 28, 2015
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