(中央國家安全委員會). A powerful but somewhat mysterious new structure created by Xi Jinping in 2013 to oversee the top security issues in China, including “religious extremism.”
21 Bloody Holy Spirit Members Sentenced in Guangxi
As the banned Bloody Holy Spirit christian movement continues to be active in China, persecution intensifies.
Followers of Persecuted Buddhist Leader Arrested in Henan
Nobody knows whether Tian Ruisheng died or went into seclusion. What is certain, members of his Xiang Gong movement are still persecuted.
A Slow Boil: Memories of Life in China During the Uyghur Genocide
Longread: an American student’s bitter reflections on his ten years in China, alongside the “ethnic cleansing” of Uyghurs and the persecution of Muslims.
Pakistan: “Everybody Should Marry at 18”
The Sindh law proposal may sound like a joke, but is deadly serious.