Muslim students who attend universities in inland China are continuously monitored, barred from exhibiting ethnic and religious characteristics.
Even the venues where familial clans meet to honor their ancestors and celebrate important events have become targets of the CCP’s crackdown on religion.
The CCP invests considerable funds to revamp China’s revolutionary heritage, using it to indoctrinate people and force them to worship its leaders.
Battling growing concerns with propaganda, Chinese authorities demand farmers switch to cultivating staple foods, disregarding their needs and circumstances.
Authorities across China impose draconian control measures on Muslims from Xinjiang, prohibiting them from renting properties and running their businesses.
A member of The Church of Almighty God recounts three years and six months in detention where he was forced to eat cockroaches and banned from the toilet for days.
While actively negating “rumors” of shrinking grain reserve, the government orders farmers to re-cultivate deserted farmlands, threatens to punish those who disobey.
People from the province where the virus originated were shunned and abused throughout the outbreak. With CCP’s help, the mistreatment continues today.
Unregistered house churches remain key targets of religious persecution as China re-opens after coronavirus lockdowns.