Leading NGOs believe the proposed rules would encourage Internet giants to discriminate against free speech and “marginalized religious communities.”
A secret group known as Earth Empusa or Evil Eye is attacking and spying the accounts of those exposing repression in Xinjiang.
Baháʼís should be harassed in schools and bazaars, excluded from universities, and regarded as “enemies.”
Last week, another two Christians were accused under the notorious Section 295C of the Penal Code, which leads to mandatory death penalty.
Trying to save his church’s cross from destruction and refusing to use services to spread “patriotic” propaganda were regarded as serious crimes.
A shocking BBC report (with some images from Bitter Winter) led politicians from all over the world to call for an UN-led investigation of “crimes against humanity.”
The United States and four Special Rapporteurs of the United Nations tell the government the practice is against religious liberty of Muslims and others.
In Lushan county, Henan, one Niu Guobao organized a meeting to pray and sing hymns. Now, he has to pay a fine of 160,000 yuan.
Authorities claim that American citizens operating in the U.S. an Ahmadi Web site risk prison sentences up to 10 years.