Expelled from their monasteries, nuns face violence and rape in horrific “detention centers.”
Detention in China
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.
Some of the leaders are serving sentences as long as 13 years, merely because of their Christian faiths.
Xinjiang authorities arrested Dilshat Oralbai in early 2018, along with his two sisters and a brother. Activists and families are fighting for their release.
Shandong protests erupted when veterans discovered their identities – and benefits – had been stolen by government officials. Violence and arrests followed.
Religious prisoners are put to work making clothes or electronics in brutal conditions: 12-hour workdays, denied of nutritious food and medical care, tortured.