Using “terrorism” as an excuse, Beijing’s fight against Islamic religion reaches other western border regions.
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House churches are forced to change locations to avoid being closed down by Chinese authorities, making the life of senior Christians extremely difficult.
New regulations are banning the sale of religious books, including the Bible, and churches and temples are threatened with the burning of scriptures.
Churches have been ordered to get approvals to celebrate Christmas from multiple state institutions and people are forbidden from having Christmas decorations.
Government’s “patrol inspection team,” supervising religious affairs, has been stationed in Fuzhou city. Underground Catholic priests are the main targets.
In three years, a member of the Church of Almighty God from Zhongshan city has been arrested twice for her belief; she was sentenced to six years in prison.
After a man tried taking ownership of a Three-Self Church building in Henan Province’s Tongbai county, authorities do nothing except protect the aggressor.
Xinjiang residents set out to see the world, or to get good jobs across China. But they were ordered to return home to be detained and “transformed.”
Police push the relatives of The Church of Almighty God members who have fled China to pressure believers to return, where they face arrest.