Jehovah's Witnesses

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Jeho′vah's Wit′nesses


n.
a Christian sect, founded in the late 19th century, that believes in the imminent destruction of the world's wickedness and the establishment of a theocracy under God's rule.
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Noun1.Jehovah's Witnesses - Protestant denomination founded in the United States by Charles Taze Russell in 1884
Protestant denomination - group of Protestant congregations
Jehovah's Witness - believer in imminent approach of the millennium; practitioner of active evangelism
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New protests against the Bulgarian Jehovah Witnesses movement are to take place in May, the VMRO a BND nationalist party announced Tuesday.
On Thursday Governor Bakosoro said "now that the referendum is over, time has come to resolve the outstanding issues incurred during the referendum, and that today 27th Jan the Jehovah witnesses all over the state should be allowed to operate.