Amid bans on Christmas, state-run Protestant churches all over China were allowed to celebrate the birth of Jesus only by singing “red” songs and extolling the CCP.
Torn between CCP’s pressures and the civil society’s support for the refugees, courts adjourn the hearings of Tilek Tabarak and the Musakhan-Alimuly duo.
Goaded by President Xi Jinping, higher education institutions across China are increasing the number of mandatory classes intended to indoctrinate the young.
The government closed down over 100 meeting venues in the Archdiocese of Fuzhou, which are run by priests who continue to resist joining the Patriotic Church.
Disguised as a tool “to fight crime,” the forced collection of DNA data spreads across China. Even primary and middle school students are not exempt.
Under the pretext of “religious infiltration,” the CCP’s crackdown against religious groups has hit again the oldest community of Jews in the country.
The decision confirms that in Xi Jinping’s China independent house churches will not be tolerated.
To cultivate loyal and submissive followers, CCP institutes “red patriotism” courses venerating China’s revolutionary past for children in kindergartens.
While two organizations compete for the heritage and the name of Atajurt, some results, although not definitive, give reason for hope.