Businesses are prohibited from publishing religious texts that don’t pass CCP’s censorship, while postal and courier services are banned from distributing them.
Some state-run churches were allowed to reopen in China after a 5-month lockdown. But only after proving their loyalty to the Communist Party.
Threatening and intimidating Muslims, the CCP implemented forced rectifications of mosques in Hui-populated areas in Henan, Hebei, and Ningxia.
Since China started resuming most regular activities in March, like reopening businesses and entertainment venues, places of worship remain under strict control.
As the coronavirus was spreading throughout China, CCP-run Protestant churches and their congregations suffered continuous crackdowns at the hands of the government.
People who seek to disclose the lies behind the CCP’s propaganda are accused of “divulging state secrets” and are treated as spies.