Continuing its campaign to eliminate religions of all kind, Chinese officials have systemically been dismantling religious symbols from places of worship.
The Chinese government continues to crack down on Tibetan Buddhism – and not just inside Tibet but the areas surrounding it.
As the Chinese authorities have banned products made especially for Muslims, businesses have had to bear substantial direct and indirect losses.
In a case from northwestern Gansu Province, authorities intimidate believers by monitoring them even when using a toilet at a government-controlled Three-Self church, in complete disregard of their privacy.
The lessons were interpreted as being a “conspiracy against the state.” As a result, the Hui kindergarten was forced to drop the course.
The police made fourteen detained Hui Muslims defy their cultural and religious traditions as a means of psychological torture.
A Christian man from Gansu was arrested four years ago for his religious belief. He has completed his sentence but continues to be monitored by authorities.
Several years ago, authorities in Gansu shut down a house church and arrested its believers.
A group of six preachers travelled to Xinjiang and were arrested by the police. They also suffered brutal physical torture in detention.
An institute that provided training and education in Arabic was recently shut down in Ningxia’s Wuzhong city.