Police intervention stops further false demonstrations by CCP executives and anti-cultists harassing harmless refugees in Korea
A new report on the Israeli Center for Victims of Cults reveals the links between the Chinese Communist Party and an international network of groups defaming religious minorities as “cults.”
Abbot Xuecheng, once a CCP darling, has been “counseled” to resign as a result of a sexual scandal—and for other reasons, too.
While Chinese agents, hired thugs and anti-cultists stage false “spontaneous demonstrations” and abuse refugees, hackers launch a massive attack against the website of Bitter Winter, obviously trying to prevent its reporting of the events in Korea
The U.N. Committee on the Elimination of RaciaL Discrimination denounces mass detention of Uyghur Muslims in its report on China
Executing a secret plan that Bitter Winter had revealed one months ago, the CCP brings to Korea relatives of asylum seekers of The Church of Almighty God, and organizes false “spontaneous demonstrations” with the help of pro-Chinese anti-cult activists.
Falun Gong, banned and persecuted in China, is described by the authorities as the quintessential xie jiao (“heterodox teaching”). Yet, until 1996, Falun Gong was hailed by the regime as a positive contributor to China’s physical and moral welfare. What happened in the following years?
An Open Letter to the Italian Minister of Economy, Mr. Giovanni Tria. While Discussing Economy with China, Do Not Forget Religious Liberty.
As part of the recent crackdown on religion, one of the top CCP officials visited Tibet and demanded absolute loyalty from monks—or else
Tortured to Death: A New Book Documents Extra-Judicial Killings of Members of The Church of Almighty God in China
The Belgian NGO Human Rights Without Frontiers reports on 20 cases of extra-judicial killing of members of The Church of Almighty Good in China