NEW YORK (VINnews) — After wandering through a number of East European countries and being deported from many of them, members of the Lev Tahor cult have now moved to North Macedonia, where they are currently being treated as a curiosity by locals.Join our WhatsApp group
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A group of members of the cult continues to migrate between European countries. After being deported from Bosnia about two weeks ago in light of complaints from residents expressing concern, members of the sect turned to Montenegro, but even there they did not hold out and continued to nearby Albania, from where they continued to North Macedonia and are currently camped in the city of Kumanovo.
The members of Lev Tahor, who were in the capital Sarajevo, left Bosnia and Herzegovina on February 3 and traveled to Montenegro, but did not stay too long in the country. Local media reported that group members continued to Albania via Montenegro that day. In a document posted today (Sunday) by local citizens on social media, they are seen having a dialogue with some of the young cult members and trying to learn about their identities and actions in the place.
In addition, residents who discovered their strange behaviour on the security cameras around their homes shared the documentation on social media.
The leaders of the extremist ‘Lev Tahor’ cult are scattered in several countries around the world, and some are detained in the United States awaiting sentencing.