OCU explains attack on UOC house in Sadov: Doused themselves with sewage

One of the buckets of sewage spilt onto the bed where the priest's grandson was sleeping. Photo: pravoslavna.volyn.ua

The "archpriest" of the OCU stated that real Christians cannot break windows and throw filth at children, as happened in Sadov with the family of a priest of the UOC.

The attack on the house of the rector of the seized temple of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in the village of Sadov, Volyn region, on the night of April 15, when 3 buckets of sewage were thrown into the windows of Fr Vladimir Meles, was probably organized by the representatives of the UOC, said OCU “Archpriest” Vitaly Sobko in a comment to IA “Konkurent” (“Competitor”).

In his opinion, the adherents of the OCU could not have been involved in this attack, since "real Orthodox Christians cannot fight for the truth with such methods." “I am sure that our faithful are not involved in this,” said Vitaly Sobko. Probably, the provocation was staged by representatives of the Moscow Patriarchate, who are interested in presenting themselves in the image of a ‘persecuted’ church."

One of the three buckets of sewage thrown into the house of the rector of the seized UOC church in the village of Sadov fell on the bed of a 5-year-old child.

Church raiders seized the UOC temple in Sadovo on February 2, 2019. After that, attempts continue to illegally evict the priest's family from the church house.

As reported, supporters of the OCU smashed windows and threw sewage at the priest's house in Sadov.

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