(中華人民共和國公安部). The ministry of police in China, overseeing all police activities. Not to be confused with the Ministry of State Security. In theory, Public Security means police and State Security means intelligence, although the two agencies’ mandates may overlap in certain field, including combating xie jiao.« Back to Glossary Index
- Jehovah’s Witnesses and Sexual Abuse: The Court of Brussels Finds the CIAOSN Report Ill-Founded
The governmental “cult watchdog” published a text that was methodologically faulty and included false statements, the judge said.
- Forced Labour Is Set to Stay in the Uyghur Heartland
Despite official denials, the policy is not only continuing. In fact, it is accelerating, as Adrian Zenz’s research shows.
- In Search of China’s Secret Societies. 5. Secular Brotherhoods or Religious “Cults”?
Confusion and ambiguity in the use of “fandong huidaomen” (reactionary secret societies) and “xie jiao” (heterodox teachings) has persisted to this day.
- Los testigos de Jehová y el ostracismo: 5. ¿Es el ostracismo “ilegal”?
Tribunales de todo el mundo han llegado a la conclusión de que la libertad religiosa protege la enseñanza y la práctica del ostracismo. Tienen toda la razón.