Protestants in Jiangxi Province’s Yugan county have been suffering CCP’s persecution for the past few years. Attacks renewed after coronavirus lockdown was lifted.
Even during the coronavirus outbreak, the Chinese authorities continued closing down Buddhist temples and destroying statues of deities.
The CCP uses any tools possible to force Catholic conscientious objectors into the Patriotic Church, even by disbanding charitable organizations they run.
Even the spread of a deadly virus cannot mitigate CCP’s religious persecutions: numerous Three-Self churches were suppressed in the past few months.
As the CCP advances its 5-year plan to “sinicize” Muslims outside of Xinjiang, numerous places of worship in the province were stripped of religious symbols.
Even the dead are not spared religious persecution in China, as most religious ceremonies are prohibited, and symbols are removed from believers’ gravesites.
Taoism, one of the Three Teachings of Chinese spirituality and religion, faces increasing suppression, as temples are repurposed and believers indoctrinated.
Even during the coronavirus outbreak, the CCP continued crackdowns on places of worship, turning them into entertainment venues and destroying Buddhist icons. by Li Changshan According to a civil servant from Linzhou, a county-level city in the central province of Henan, the government of Yuankang, one of the towns in the jurisdiction, convened officials from […]
Authorities throughout China adopt new measures demanding the clergy of state-run churches to promote the Party doctrine and indoctrinate believers.