A believer in Almighty God from Jiangxi was imprisoned for her faith and was drugged in a way that has now left her lifeless and dull.
Party cadres in a Jiangxi village seized a Christian congregation site and are now using it for their work now.
A member of The Church of Almighty God was tortured by the police, and now he is unable to take care of himself.
Since the beginning of this year, when China launched a nationwide campaign to “clean up gang crime and eliminate evil,” local governments across the country are persecuting certain religious groups using the same techniques as for combating organized crime. Other methods are also widely employed.
56 house church congregation members were arrested in Jiangxi Province after reports from a special agent who pretended to be one of the believers.
It is not uncommon for public authorities in China to employ local thugs to do their bidding. In one such operation in Jiangxi, a woman lost her life.
Chinese authorities continue persecutions against The Church of Almighty God; this time, in Guangdong Province.
Authorities in Zhejiang Province’s Taizhou city forcibly removed crosses from two churches that belong to the government-controlled Protestant Patriotic Three-Self Movement on an unreasonable pretext.
“Guilt by association” was widely used by ancient Chinese ruling classes against dangerous criminals; the CCP today is applying this rule to persecute religions.
Travels abroad for priests in China are restricted, and their movements are monitored via cellphones and surveillance cameras.