Christians were harassed, often with the pretext of COVID-19. Meanwhile, 80% of Christmas ornaments sold in the West were made in China.
The obsessive campaign to promote the President’s legal ideology continues with the publication of a book collecting his main texts on the matter.
It is not only to prevent “dissidents” from escaping China, or Chinese to go gambling in Myanmar. It is also a barrier against Christianity.
In 1997, a prosecutor accused a respected Taiwanese spiritual master of practicing black magic. Although ridiculous, the accusation was part of an historical and old tradition of discrimination.
“Rule of law and anti-xie-jiao theme parks” put together the ubiquitous propaganda for “Xi Jinping’s thought on the rule of law,” and the persecution of religious minorities.
Vigilante Hindu organizations, including one founded by the current Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, use a network of spies to prevent interfaith marriages.
Hundreds of police hunt for a new incarnation of a group the CCP believed it had successfully eradicated in 2016.
A report by the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom describes persecution of the Witnesses as a global phenomenon.
Six places of worship have been attacked in one month. Local officials and police denounce a sustained campaign of hate crime.