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29-Jul-2017 20:38

This gives them the same legal status as, for example, the Protestant church.

The Public Hardly Notices In Berlin, the Witnesses meet in the Velodrom arena, in Munich, they gather at the Olympic Stadium, and in Frankfurt am Main, they plan to congregate in the Commerzbank Arena.

The majority of those following the faith in Germany hail from the Ruhr region, which is densely populated and has relatively high unemployment. The girls' skirts might be a little longer and the children might look a bit more nicely coiffed, but it would be difficult to assign this group of people to any particular faith community.

Some 40,000 Witnesses are expected to attend the event on each of the three days it will last. family has brought their two daughters to the event. It's only their purple plastic nametags that give them away: Written above the name is the phrase "Let God's Kingdom Come!

The number of children and youths among them is not recorded.

Yet many of them are victims of this community, which promises paradise -- but for many, becomes a hell on earth.

Like thousands of others, she has come to Dortmund with her family -- all of them strict believers, all of them dressed up for the special day -- for the annual North Rhine-Westfalia convention of Jehovah's Witnesses.

Markus, a student who left the Jehovah's Witnesses, says: "You try finding someone willing to put up with all of this crap!These always follow the same format: Asked to tell about his missionary work, the interviewee enthuses about the experience -- it's wonderful.There are some 165,000 Jehovah's Witnesses in Germany.Now they are standing in the Westfalen Stadium, embracing fellow brothers and sisters. There are many young people, among them young straight-backed men in suits. " 'It's Great' Andreas and Stefanie Georg, 33 and 34, are among those sitting on the rows of seats in the Westfalen Stadium. Both have been Jehovah's Witnesses since they were young. They offer strangers licorice and apple slices, spread out wool blankets against the cold and help old people up the stairs.They spend 40 hours per week doing missionary work, preferably side-by-side. They listen quietly to the speaker on the lawn below.

Markus, a student who left the Jehovah's Witnesses, says: "You try finding someone willing to put up with all of this crap!These always follow the same format: Asked to tell about his missionary work, the interviewee enthuses about the experience -- it's wonderful.There are some 165,000 Jehovah's Witnesses in Germany.Now they are standing in the Westfalen Stadium, embracing fellow brothers and sisters. There are many young people, among them young straight-backed men in suits. " 'It's Great' Andreas and Stefanie Georg, 33 and 34, are among those sitting on the rows of seats in the Westfalen Stadium. Both have been Jehovah's Witnesses since they were young. They offer strangers licorice and apple slices, spread out wool blankets against the cold and help old people up the stairs.They spend 40 hours per week doing missionary work, preferably side-by-side. They listen quietly to the speaker on the lawn below.And since the family must expand, "many Witnesses naturally meet their future spouses here," says Uwe Langhals, another spokesman, who has been a Jehovah's Witness since he was 15.