Monetary rewards by the government nurture the culture of snitching in China, putting people of faith in permanent danger and resulting in the closure of churches.
Signs with propaganda slogans required to be displayed outside shops and factories, as kindergarten and elementary school students pledge to follow the Party.
Buddhist and Taoist temples fall victim to increasing religious suppression in the name of “sinicization.” If not destroyed, they are turned into propaganda venues.
Outside Xinjiang, in the provinces with a high concentration of Muslims, Chinese symbols and traditions are increasingly taking over anything Islam-related.
Whether it’s a mosque, a residential area, or shop signboards, anything with Islamic symbols is being altered or destroyed by the authorities. This campaign is now in full force in Henan.
Father Liu Quanfa from the Diocese of Zhengzhou in Henan Province was forced to give up his position after extensive persecution by the CCP.
Local authorities in Henan shut down churches by blocking off the entrances and destroying church facilities.
Motivated by a visiting central government dignitary, local authorities in Henan are taking “religious work” to the new level. Anything to please the Party.
Anything Islam-related must go: more reports on the Chinese Muslim minority being gradually deprived of any religious and cultural identity.