Resurrection celebrated in chains, 1956

During the trial, in my last words, I accused the regime of not respecting human rights. I was immediately given the maximum sentence: ten years. The lawyer hired by the family appealed and the sentence was reduced to four years. In prison I was put in the large cell on the city side. The great week of fasting and prayer came. On the night of the Resurrection I fell asleep. I had a wonderful dream. I was in the middle of a border strip, a wide strip of ploughed, raked, wet earth. I felt in great danger and didn’t know […]

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