“Guilt by association” was widely used by ancient Chinese ruling classes against dangerous criminals; the CCP today is applying this rule to persecute religions.
Travels abroad for priests in China are restricted, and their movements are monitored via cellphones and surveillance cameras.
The prison guards at the Jiujiang city detention center subjected a member of The Church of Almighty God to severe torture and humiliation for days.
Officials in Shanghai have targeted repeatedly a church, established by a Filipino national, seeking to dismantle it.
Not only local Muslims are persecuted in Xinjiang Province – authorities have set their eyes on Christians who are increasingly put under strict monitoring.
A member of a house church in Tonghua county, Jilin Province, was arrested twice for his belief in God. He remains in custody after his second arrest.
A total of 300 personnel were dispatched to demolish the shrine in Henan on the eve of China’s grandest festival.
Public officials in China are disrupting events of religious nature, following the implementation of the newly revised Religious Affairs Regulations.
More temples were recently shut down in Hubei even though they had their permits and documents in order. Three minutes to save independent information about China – and perhaps to save human lives SUPPORT US