Bitter Winter for the International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief
A digest of persecution in China for August 22, the International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief.
The CCP distorts religious teachings by forcing churches, temples, and mosques to preach according to the government-prescribed scripture.
One of the attorneys representing Drew Pavlou documents with exclusive videos and pictures how Chinese operatives got away with their crimes.
Three-Self churches in Anhui, Henan, and Jilin provinces were leveled to the ground on government orders, bullying and injuring congregation members in the process.
On President Xi’s orders, local governments across China turn some places of worship into propaganda centers to pay tribute to China’s communist history.
Banned from displaying religious symbols at home, believers are forced to hang images of Xi Jinping instead to continue receiving state benefits.
To intimidate unregistered churches in Zhejiang Province, local officials order to remove crosses and other religious symbols, close down the venues.
With the ease of pandemic restrictions, the CCP intensifies its mosque “sinicization” campaign in areas inhabited by Hui Muslims.
The CCP continues its campaign to eliminate religious statues in Hubei and Guangxi provinces.