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Putin's Faith Questioned: Yulia Navalnaya Demands Release of Navalny's Body

Yulia Navalnaya, widow of Alexei Navalny, emotionally demands the release of his body for burial, accusing Putin of religious hypocrisy. Navalny's body is withheld, decomposing, as authorities demand conditions for its release. Navalnaya challenges Putin's faith, citing Navalny's Christian values.

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Yulia Navalnaya, the wife of the late Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny, delivered a powerful and emotional message in a recent video posted on YouTube. She passionately demanded the release of her husband's body for burial while condemning Russian President Vladimir Putin for his alleged mistreatment of Navalny's remains. Navalnaya accused Putin of holding Navalny's body "hostage" and described his actions as "torture" inflicted upon the deceased.

The video, lasting approximately six minutes, captured Navalnaya's heartfelt plea to the Russian authorities. She expressed her anguish over the refusal to release Navalny's body from a morgue in Salekhard, a remote Arctic city. According to Navalnaya, officials insisted on conditions for the release, including the abandonment of a public funeral. Navalnaya recounted how she was informed that Navalny's body was already decomposing, emphasizing the urgency of the situation.

Navalnaya revealed the distressing news that authorities had threatened to bury Navalny in a distant prison colony unless his family acquiesced to their demands. In her emotional address, Navalnaya directly implicated Putin in the ordeal, asserting his personal responsibility for the handling of Navalny's body. She accused Putin of perpetuating the same torment in death that Navalny endured in life, painting a stark picture of the alleged mistreatment.

Moreover, Navalnaya challenged Putin's professed Christian faith, stating unequivocally that no true Christian could engage in the actions attributed to him. She condemned what she perceived as Putin's hypocrisy, particularly in light of Navalny's own devout Christian beliefs. Navalnaya highlighted Navalny's commitment to his faith, including regular church attendance and observance of religious practices even during his imprisonment.

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Navalnaya's poignant plea resonated with many, drawing attention to the treatment of political dissenters in Russia and reigniting criticism of Putin's leadership. The video underscored the ongoing tensions between the Russian government and opposition figures like Navalny, whose activism has posed a significant challenge to the Kremlin's authority.

In conclusion, Navalnaya's emotional appeal for the release of Alexei Navalny's body encapsulates the broader struggle for human rights and justice in Russia. As the international community watches closely, the fate of Navalny's remains serves as a poignant reminder of the high stakes involved in the fight for political freedom and accountability in authoritarian regimes.

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