(Three Self Patriotic Movement, 三自愛國運動). The united Protestant Church, established in 1954 and strictly controlled by the CCP, which appoints its leaders and pastors. It is part of the Red Market. The CCP’s project was, and is, that all Chinese Protestants should join this Church, but many resist and gather in house churches.
Pakistan: Christians Under Attack at Lahore Psychiatric Hospital
A nurse was accused of blasphemy for her criticism of the government’s reaction to the European Parliament motion censoring the country.
Pakistan’s Independent Journalists Killed, Wounded, Tortured
In Pakistan, reporters who criticize the authorities or denounce human rights violations are routinely attacked.
Taxes and Religious Minorities in Italy and Taiwan: A Comparison
Repressing movements labeled as “cults,” including through a misuse of taxes, and denying tax justice also happens in Italy. But more remedies exist there.
Virgin of Guadalupe Mural Vandalized in Los Angeles
The incident is part of an alarming series of attacks against Catholic statues and churches in the United States.