Local authorities across China confiscate from temples and shops materials that are not sanctioned by the state and investigate their distribution channels.
Amid the CCP’s campaign to eradicate Mongolian cultural and linguistic identity, schoolteachers and parents are threatened to accept CCP’s cultural genocide policies.
The CCP pressures Catholic priests and nuns to participate in indoctrination activities, like visits to revolutionary heritage sites or classes on patriotic education.
Buildings with Islamic architecture elements, like domes, are rectified as part of the CCP’s Islam “sinicization” campaign in areas populated by Muslim Huis.
The CCP continues to suppress places of worship that refuse to be governed by the state.
The CCP is stepping up efforts to exert more control over Hui Muslims across the country, suppressing their faith and eliminating traditional culture.
By refusing permits, blocking roads, and sending hundreds of police officers to control believers, authorities impeded the annual pilgrimage to Mozi Mountain.