Measures announced on December 30, 2019 for coming into force on February 1, 2020, making control on all forms of religion stronger and stricter with respect to the New Regulation on Religious Affairs of 2017.
Jehovah’s Witnesses and Sexual Abuse: 4. Answering Some Criticism
Survivors of sexual abuse have every right to be angry. Sometimes, however, they should consider whether they are not used again, this time to support anticult campaigns.
The China-Myanmar Border Wall: Why the CCP Needs It
It is not only to prevent “dissidents” from escaping China, or Chinese to go gambling in Myanmar. It is also a barrier against Christianity.
Orthodox Dissidents Now Regarded as “Cultists” in Russia
In Rostov Oblast, a cleric of the Russian Orthodox Autonomous Church is prosecuted as a “cult leader.”
Yes, the CCP Is Watching Us on Zoom
Zoom employees disrupted meetings where China was criticized, and even framed CCP critics by posting child pornography from their accounts, U.S. Government says.