International scholars start asking the question whether what China is doing to the Uyghurs, members of Falun Gong, and other groups, should be properly qualified as genocide
Archives for October 2018
A Christian woman from Henan’s Gongyi city was arrested recently and tortured for information.
Believers in China face punishment for posting any faith-related information or even a picture of a cross on the internet.
Authorities in Liaoning Province have put together strategies to curb religious beliefs at a grassroots level.
Anyone who wants to attend a service in a government-controlled Three-Self church in Xinjiang’s Urumqi city must not only present their identification card but also have their identity checked by a facial recognition system.
Two house church leaders from Beijing were arrested in 2015; a year later, they were sentenced to three years in prison and fined.
Churches across several provinces like Shandong, Hunan, Jilin and more have been raided upon and shut down recently.
Authorities forcibly removed the cross from a government-controlled Three-Self church in Henan Province, closed it down, and repurposed it for an electronics factory.
The Chinese authorities are forcing people to worship their leader and the Party instead of God.
Members of The Church of Almighty God (CAG) were detained recently. Their release is uncertain.