Jehovah’s Witnesses have a protracted historical past of being persecuted around the globe. Their actions are banned or restricted in a number of international locations. They’re thought of an extremist group in Russia, whereas their members are imprisoned in South Korea and Eritrea. Even close to their primary headquarters and publishing home in New York state, Jehovah’s Witnesses lead a considerably secluded life. VOA’s Anush Avetisyan has the story.