Communist Party authorities closed down a house church in Hebei Province accusing it of “collusion with South Korean missionaries.”
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In only one day, 95 members of The Church of Almighty God were arrested in Zhejiang Province, 20 believers are still missing.
Demonstrations in Canada support Chen Huixia, who has been sentenced under Art. 300 of the Chinese Criminal Code for “using a xie jiao”.
Instead of protecting villagers suffering from pollution, the authorities sided with a mining company and violently quashed the protests.
The police secretly arrested a leader of a house church in Shanxi Province. His family managed to see him only over a year later.
Muslims were afraid to celebrate this year’s Festival of Sacrifice in a mosque of Xinjiang’s Kashgar (Kashi) prefecture.
As the primary sources to spread atheist propaganda to children on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party, teachers have become the focus of anti-religious persecutions.
Two house church leaders from Shanxi received heavy prison sentences in 2015 and still remain in custody accused of following heterodox teachings.
An article in Foreign Policy lifts the veil on how China uses his economic influence to prevent foreign media from reporting about religious persecution.