The illegal practice of kidnapping members of religious movements labeled as “cults,” keep them confined, and subject them to intense psychological pressure to persuade them to leave the “cult.” Several deprogrammers, who were normally hired by relatives of the members of the “cults,” ended up in jail after courts of law banned the practice of deprogramming, first in the United States and later in Europe and Japan.
India—Muslims Marrying Hindu Girls: Beaten by Their Own Lawyers
Vigilante Hindu organizations, including one founded by the current Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, use a network of spies to prevent interfaith marriages.
CCP Publishes Book on Xi Jinping’s Thought on the Rule of Law
The obsessive campaign to promote the President’s legal ideology continues with the publication of a book collecting his main texts on the matter.
Catholic Sanctuary of Our Lady of Zhaojialing Under CCP Attack
The village is a nationally famous pilgrimage site since the 19th century. Now, the Catholic signs and images are disappearing.
Akida’s Story: The Desperate Cry of a Uyghur Woman
“Dear world, please help!” The heartrending plea of a daughter who has been searching in vain for her mother, folklorist Rahile Dawut, for the past three years.