An appeal to the Chinese President notes that the situation of religious liberty in China is worse than ever.
Churches that had been demolished due to their dilapidated state cannot be rebuilt now due to ongoing religious persecution in China.
European Parliament Resolution of October 4, 2018 on Mass Arbitrary Detention of Uyghur and Kazakh Muslims in Xinjiang
Mass arbitrary detention of Uyghurs and Kazakhs in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.
In recent months, the authorities’ in Henan have shut down numerous government-controlled Protestant churches. In Nanyang city alone, nearly 20 of them have been closed down.
China Illegally Monitors Abroad Cell Phones of Foreigners in Contact with The Church of Almighty God
An Indian college student started doing research on The Church of Almighty God and downloaded its application in India. Shortly, he was messaged by the Chinese National Cybersecurity Agency, and offered money if he would disclose the names of the Church’s members he was in contact with
A house church preacher was arrested in 1998, and even though she was released soon enough, she continues to face harassment from authorities.
Bitter Winter and its parent organization CESNUR have joined several other NGOs that signed an appeal by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation calling for sanctions against the CCP officers who committed atrocities in Xinjiang and Tibet.
Hundreds of Chinese pastors have signed a declaration stating that the new Regulation of Religious Affairs amounts to persecution of Christianity, and wowing to resist.
The speeches of Massimo Introvigne, Willy Fautré, and Rosita Šorytė at the 2018 OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting, Warsaw, September 13, 2018
Uyghur human rights scholar and activist Zubayra Shamseden tells Bitter Winter that CCP sees all Uyghur as enemies, is engaged in the largest detention of an ethnic group since World War II, and has now extended its repression to other Muslim minorities.