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    • Fight Over Churches Reflects Ukraine’s Psychological Split From Russia - WSJ
      The war has also tested religious loyalties. The Russian Orthodox Church, which claims Ukraine as part of its canonical territory, is closely aligned with the Kremlin. The Moscow Patriarchate, as the Russian church is known in Ukraine, has angered many by not taking a clear enough stance against Russia’s aggression toward Ukraine.
    • Russia Targets Christians, Religious Minorities in Ukraine - Washington Free Beacon
      The separatists formed two “people’s republics” last April in Donetsk and Luhansk and declared in the constitution that the primary religion would be the “Christian Orthodox faith … practiced by the Russian Orthodox Church.” All other religions, including separate Christian denominations, appear to have been targeted.

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