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The door of a renowned Polish church has been vandalised in Warsaw

Last Tuesday, two men were detained for stopping a wedding of the St. Augustine church in the Polish capital Warsaw. The perpetrators of this act are suspected to be related to the pro-abortion "Women's Strike" protests which have been attacking churches, clergymen and the faithful regularly since October 2020.


The devastation church’s door occurred on the 20th of February around midnight. The perpetrators entered the area adjacent to the temple and painted the surface of the door and the wall with red paint. 

On Sunday, the police released video surveillance showing two young men. On Tuesday, the Warsaw police announced that the perpetrators had been arrested. It is known that they are residents of Warsaw. One of them people is an active LGBT activists – according to the website.

In 2019, a man entered the church and attacked two people: he wounded a priest and killed an elderly man, the clergymen’s father.



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