(被禁止名單or被禁團體名單, “list of forbidden groups.”) The list of the “heterodox teachings” the CCP prohibits as xie jiao and includes in the black market. Similar lists existed in Imperial and Nationalist China, and which religions were included in them was largely motivated by political considerations. Since 1995, the CCP has published and periodically published lists of the xie jiao. They are crucially important to determine which groups are banned and mercilessly persecuted.
“Christianity Loves the Party” Exhibition Unveiled in Shanghai
Visitors are told that “the Chinese Communist Party has been inextricably linked to Christianity from the day of its birth.”
The Tai Ji Men Case: Why Did the Parliament Fail?
Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan tried to restore justice, but failed—why? Experts offered their answers on International Day of Parliamentarianism.
U.S. Supreme Court Cancels California Donor-Disclosure Rules
As the Supreme Court itself stated in its majority opinion, the decision also protects controversial religious organizations.
Russia: Muslims Detained As Members of a Non-Existing Movement
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