Members of banned religious groups are often detained in transformation through education camps. Three Church of Almighty God believers tell their stories.
Followers of The Church of Almighty God, Falun Gong, and Jehovah’s Witnesses are kept in camps until they renounce their faith and betray fellow believers.
The 18 Jehovah’s Witnesses arrested in Xinjiang have now been sentenced to long jail terms. Lawyers complain of the inhumane conditions of their detention.
One of the sentenced believers will spend 15 years in prison merely for keeping at home CAG-related e-books and videos. by Chang Xin Amid the coronavirus outbreak, The Church of Almighty God (CAG)—the single most persecuted religious movement in China—remained a primary target of the CCP’s oppression. CAG members were subjected to continuous arrest operations […]
An ethnic Han manager at a garment factory in Xinjiang discloses disturbing details of local Uyghurs’ abuse, disguised as bogus projects to improve their lives.
Police officers from inland China, who worked in Xinjiang, disclose details of control measures employed by the CCP to suppress Uyghur Muslims.
Universities hold allegiance ceremonies for teachers and students, make them criticize countries that raise concerns over the mistreatment of Uyghurs.
The Chinese government has been eradicating Xinjiang Uyghurs’ customs and traditions by prohibiting the use of their language, forcing them to eat pork.
The mass confinement of Xinjiang’s Uyghurs in internment camps resulted in a myriad of children and parents of the detained left with no means of subsistence.