A member of The Church of Almighty God recounts her experience serving a five-year sentence for her faith in prison where she was subjected to forced labor.
Members of The Church of Almighty God recount their ordeals trying to evade CCP’s persecution amid the coronavirus outbreak.
With restrictions imposed by the new law on religion in China, many private orphanages across the country were closed, depriving children of love and care.
Believers of this banned Christian group suffer severe persecution and are often sent to jail, where they are indoctrinated and subjected to forced labor.
The CCP continued cracking down on unregistered Protestant venues in this northeastern Chinese province, arrested and fined believers and clergy members.
The government harassed these Protestant places of worship on a variety of pretexts: from “disturbing neighbors” to “supporting protests in Hong Kong.”
Along with Muslims, members of The Church of Almighty God, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and other persecuted groups are also sent to internment camps for “transformation.”
Buddhism and Taoism in the southwestern province suffered heavy blows last year, as temples were shuttered or demolished, religious symbols and statues destroyed.
Shops and restaurants run by Hui people across China are losing an integral part of Muslim cultural identity, as the CCP pushes forward its “sinicization” policy.