Since April 2018, the Chinese authorities have been implementing “Operation Thunder,” a national campaign against The Church of Almighty God. In Jiangsu Province alone, at least 350 Church members have been arrested to date. … [Read More...] about The Hunt for Almighty God Believers in Jiangsu Continues
The Chinese authorities deployed a satellite positioning system during the new crackdown attack on The Church of Almighty God. … [Read More...] about New Organized Operation Against Believers in Almighty God
The Board of Immigration Appeals granted on August 13 a stay of removal to the leader of The Church of Almighty God in four Chinese provinces, who was to be deported to China after August 15. … [Read More...] about The Motion for Stay of Removal to China of Sister Zou Demei Has Been Granted
In acts that remind of the Cultural Revolution era style policing, the Chinese Communist authorities have intensified their attack on Islam. … [Read More...] about Government Treats “Generalization of Halal” as Extremism
A state-sanctioned Protestant church in Zhejiang Province has been harassed on many occasions, once the authorities sent 500 people to demolish its cross.
A husband of a member of The Church of Almighty God was told to divorce his wife if he wanted a Communist Party position in […]
The local authorities lock up people in “education” camps even for speaking the Uyghur language.
Churches in Jilin’s Yushu city have been targeted increasingly by the Chinese authorities since the implementation of the new Regulations on Religious Affairs.
Since the late Ming era, China has used xie jiao to designate religious movements the government does not like. Their repression has always been brutal, […]
Despite severe persecution, the CAG grew in China and, according to Chinese official sources, had reached four million members in 2014. Several thousand members have escaped abroad, where they have founded churches.
The idea of human rights is founded on the principle of natural rights. But official Chinese human rights principles state that human rights are rights given by society to the individual.
Australian scholar Paul Farrelly, the leading expert on New Age in China, tells Bitter Winter how New Age literature and teachings came from the West to Taiwan, and from there to Mainland China. Unless it challenges the status quo, New Age appears to enjoy a surprising toleration in China.
The London attorney, and president of the European Federation for Freedom of Belief, has filed a high-profile complaint against China at the United Nations’ Working Group on Arbitrary Detention. Alessandro Amicarelli, a member of the firm Obaseki Solicitors in London, is a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales, and a […]