(中國人民武裝警察部隊, or simply 武警). China’s military police, placed under the authority of both the Ministry of Public Security and the Central Military Commission, an armed force of 1,5 million employed to fight terrorism and riots.
Minors Detained and Imprisoned for Practicing Their Faith
Teenage members of The Church of Almighty God are given hefty sentences, tortured and indoctrinated, and deprived of visitation rights when in detention.
Militarized Labor Training and Indoctrination: Xinjiang Schemes Exported to Tibet
Although not necessarily involving detention, the CCP’s militarized training of Tibetan workers, sent to work far from home, is suspiciously similar to what is being done to the Uyghurs.
Christians Coerced into Removing Crosses from Churches
The CCP comes up with new pretexts to suppress people of faith. In Zhejiang Province, believers’ businesses are threatened if they disobey government orders.
China’s Persecution of the Uyghurs: A Human Rights Emergency
The situation in Xinjiang is getting worse rather than better. It is time for the international community to speak up.