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“No true Christian could ever do what Putin is now doing with his body' - Alexei Navalny’s widow accuses Putin of ‘satanism’ and breaking ‘both human and God’s’ law

“No true Christian could ever do what Putin is now doing with his body' - Alexei Navalny’s widow accuses Putin of ‘satanism’ and breaking ‘both human and God’s’ law



“No true Christian could ever do what Putin is now doing with his body' - Alexei Navalny’s widow accuses Putin of ‘satanism’ and breaking ‘both human and God’s’ law


The widow of the late Russian opposition figure and dissident Alexey Navalny said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is engaging in “satanism” by refusing to release her husband’s body.

 



The video, titled “Putin’s fake faith,” was published nine days after Navalny’s death. Orthodox Christian death rites require that the deceased be buried three days after death and mourned for at a funeral service after nine days.

 



“No true Christian could ever do what Putin is now doing with a body of Alexey,” Yulia Navalnaya said in video posted to social media. “It’s satanism.”





Navalny’s family and allies have accused Putin of having the 47-year-old Putin rival killed and then holding his body to both hide his cause of death and out of fear that his funeral would draw large crowds.





The Kremlin denied having anything to do with Navalny’s death with the prison service saying he died of "sudden death syndrome"





Before his death Navalny was poisoned by alleged Russian FSB agents with Novichok, a Soviet era toxin that is very fatal. Upon his treatment in Germany, he didn't need to warnings from the West and returned back to Russia, hoping to continue his message of 'freedom' from the Putin regime. Upon his arrival in Moscow he was arrested.




Navalny, Putin’s most prominent political opponent, died on February 16 behind bars in a penal colony above the Arctic circle. The Russian prison service said he “felt unwell after a walk” and “almost immediately” lost consciousness.



Source: Linda Ikeji Blog


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