While countless mosques have been shut down or converted into non-religious venues in Xinjiang, some Muslims have lost entire families to detention.
Detention in China
Detained for praying, the conditions inside the “transformation through education” camp proved to be life-threatening for her.
In Fujian, several priests are being forced to cease their underground Sunday classes. One of them has been controlled and monitored by the government since 2001.
Most of the believers were between 70 to 80 years old, but the oldest amongst them was 90.
Eight members of a Christian family have been repeatedly monitored, arrested, and sentenced to prison.
The founder of a human rights website in China is in custody and terminally ill. His mother has been calling on the international community for support.
A member of the Born-Again movement from Anhui Province suffered constant persecution for his faith.
Earlier this year, a farmer lost his life while fighting for his property and rights. His family never received justice or compensation.
Police officers organized a 96-hour stakeout before searching the house of members of The Church of Almighty God who were later detained, and 400,000 RMB of church money confiscated.