Do Jehovah's Witnesses allow transfusions?
No they are highly against it; Jehovah's Witnesses only accept non-blood based transfusions and expanders.
How was it scriptural for the Watchtower to allow blood transfusions for Bulgarian Jehovahs Witnesses in 1998 after signing a contract with Bulgaria before the European Commission for Human Rights?
Witnesses are not allowed to have transfusions of whole blood, red cells, white cells, plasma or platelets. Transfusions of any of the component parts of these are allowed. Witnesses are not allowed to donate their own blood for storage for later use. For informative videos and articles on the subject, go to link below
jehovahs witnesses have been going fron the beginning of time they were called bible students in early days they changed there name to jehovahs witnesses because they are doing the witness work the was done by jesus when he was on earth and also because jehovah is the almightys personal name hence jehovahs witnesses
There is nothing in the Bible that states there is anything wrong with it nor has it ever been discussed at our meetings or in our teachings. I am one of Jehovah's Witnesses and my wife and I give and receive plenty of it. It's is a personal preference and anyone that is telling you that "we" don't do it is speaking for themselves.