The CCP is strengthening the crackdown on religious belief in schools by using propaganda videos, online petitions, and ideological indoctrination of students and staff.
Authorities in Henan are now forcing believers to replace portraits of Jesus with that of Chinese leaders at their homes.
The authorities claimed that a government-controlled Three-Self church in Luoyang city was an “illegal construction.”
In the province’s Zhaoyuan city, the authorities have brought back the infamous one-hundred-day campaign against “cults.”
According to the communist regime, the repressed Muslims are very happy to be repressed. And the real victim is the government, deceptively insulted by those who defend human rights.
Every five years, all countries should submit to a review of their human rights record by the United Nations. China’s review is November 6, next and the first report highlights its egregious violations of religious liberty.
18-year old Sister Danxiang Cheng was recognized as a refugee after a legal battle that lasted several months.
Authorities have issued a notice as per which, any display of religious belief, such as wearing a burqa or having a long beard, is akin to a crime, and “criminals” must surrender themselves.
Authorities in Liaoning Province have put together strategies to curb religious beliefs at a grassroots level.