Authorities in China’s provinces proactively respond to President Xi Jinping’s order to intensify the crackdown on beliefs and use the same methods as those employed to eliminate gang crime.
Since April 2018, the Chinese authorities have been implementing “Operation Thunder,” a national campaign against The Church of Almighty God. In Jiangsu Province alone, at least 350 Church members have been arrested to date.
The Chinese authorities deployed a satellite positioning system during the new crackdown attack on The Church of Almighty God.
The Board of Immigration Appeals granted on August 13 a stay of removal to the leader of The Church of Almighty God in four Chinese provinces, who was to be deported to China after August 15.
In acts that remind of the Cultural Revolution era style policing, the Chinese Communist authorities have intensified their attack on Islam.
The authorities closed down a charitable institution for children because it was established and run by Christians from abroad.
Mr. Russell Abrutyn, attorney for the leader of The Church of Almighty God in four Chinese provinces currently detained in Detroit, who faces deportation back to China and possible execution there, has filed a motion to reopen her case, with new evidence.
The CCP targets Christian students at universities in Shaanxi, Liaoning, and Jiangxi Provinces.
According to a new book, the notorious practice of “harvesting” organs from Falun Gong and Uyghur prisoners of conscience has been extended to members of The Church of Almighty God.
Seven out of eight mosques in one of the areas of Lianmuqin town in Xinjiang have been demolished; the remaining one is strictly supervised.