Extending persecution of religious venues, the CCP demands them to contribute to the coronavirus relief fund, or they won’t be allowed to reopen after lockdown.
She organized an underground network of women fighting for human rights and freedom, and was tortured for 27 years in the CCP jails.
Reporting only “good news” about the negative has become the CCP’s go-to tool to hide the truth and falsify reality. Be it natural disasters or coronavirus outbreak.
Places of worship are issued strict prerequisites to open their doors after the coronavirus restrictions are lifted. The primary must—loyalty to the Communist Party.
There is no peace for the human rights activist who denounces the horrors of the transformation through education camps in Xinjiang.
Amid the CCP’s nationwide cross removal campaign, a state-run and a house church in a Zhejiang Province village were attacked by government-hired security guards.
The Uyghur Human Rights Project reveals new details on Beijing’s massive campaign to persuade the world that there is no persecution in Xinjiang.
One of the sentenced believers will spend 15 years in prison merely for keeping at home CAG-related e-books and videos. by Chang Xin Amid the coronavirus outbreak, The Church of Almighty God (CAG)—the single most persecuted religious movement in China—remained a primary target of the CCP’s oppression. CAG members were subjected to continuous arrest operations […]
To create an atmosphere where “every person participates and all population report” on xie jiao, the government offers up to 100,000 RMB (about $ 14,000) for delation.