On October 5, 2018, retired soldiers from across China came to Shandong to voice their grievances but were suppressed by the state they sacrificed their lives to.
Detention in China
Sentenced to serve time in China’s prisons, dissidents and people of faith are denied treatment, left to die. Even severely ill are forced to manual labor.
Denying jailed believers any contact with families, the CCP not only torments them mentally but also uses it as a leverage to make them renounce their faith.
The growing number of mortalities in prisons or police custody is another cause for concern as to the state of human rights in China. Two families tell their stories.
Expelled from their monasteries, nuns face violence and rape in horrific “detention centers.”
Seven years ago, a 23-year-old man was imprisoned for being a member of The Church of Almighty God. He continues to be persecuted after his release from custody.
A Christian in Henan was sentenced three times, and spent ten years in jail, for the only crime of being a member of a banned movement.
The Bible is recognized as one of the books with the most significant impact on the world. In China, that impact means a run-in with authorities.
Muslim countries seem happy to throw Ummah solidarity to the wind in their efforts to cozy up to China.