Two more state-approved Three-Self churches are reported to have been demolished, and their assets and valuables looted during the holiday season last year.
On April 11, authorities ordered to forcibly demolish part of a newly-built mosque in a village of Gansu Province and later arrested people who shared the news.
Kazakh citizens go to China to visit their relatives, planning to come home after a few days. Some never return. Attorney Umarova asks for help via video.
After destroying a church under construction, authorities issued a news release, claiming that the church was a “private building in violation of building laws.”
Statues and portraits of China’s leaders – former and present – continue to be placed in religious venues, in an effort to make them the only “gods.”
Meeting venues are raided, Bibles and religious articles seized, and believers registered and photographed for further surveillance.
In its effort to blot out religion, the Chinese Communist Party uses churches and temples as venues for the non-religious to perform.
The sound of their singing conveyed the unshakeable will of Chinese Christians to continue following the Lord, despite the CCP’s suppression.
After refusing the CCP’s unreasonable demands for relocation, Henan villagers were physically beaten by thugs hired by the authorities, causing many injuries.
The Chinese government keeps up its destruction of Buddhist temples and statues, even ruining the ones they’ve spared.