The ever-growing numbers of harassed places of worship in Jiangxi Province’s Xinyu city are beating the sad statistics of religious persecution in China.
In Jiangxi Province, authorities crack down on critical speech, under the pretext of fighting pornography
In its effort to blot out religion, the Chinese Communist Party uses churches and temples as venues for the non-religious to perform.
During the Two Sessions, “stability maintenance” and “prevention and control” efforts increased. Travel is prohibited, and citizen spies are out in force.
By tightening surveillance on Christians, old folks in villages are kept from churches, which serve as their fellowship.
Man recounts personal experience of his family torn apart by Party persecution, and distortions of his story used to encourage neighbors to report believers.
To avoid being monitored or arrested, preachers in Jiangxi lead members of their congregation to a distant meeting venue very early in the mornings.
Henan set the example: Campaigns to remove crosses, close down house churches, and repurpose religious buildings documented in dozens of cities across China.
China’s public security officials prioritize extreme measures to avoid or resist possible mass anti-government uprisings, singling out believers.