Amid CCP’s drive to prevent “foreign religious infiltration,” clergy members and missionaries from abroad are under strict surveillance, many forced to go home.
Foreign Religious Groups
In the name of resisting “foreign religious infiltration,” the CCP prevents believers from going abroad and having any contact with overseas groups or individuals.
Under the regime’s harsh crackdown on oversees religious groups active in China, countless churchgoers forced to give up faith or even end up losing freedom.
The CCP intensifies crackdowns on overseas religious groups in China; believers not allowed to have contacts with foreigners or even watch TV programs from abroad.
New testimonies from across China shed more light on the extent of the nationwide operation to suppress religious groups affiliated with abroad.
A central government confidential document uncovers CCP’s plan to suppress and eliminate more than 30 churches, primarily from South Korea and the US.
Confidential documents expose plans to consolidate state institutions’ forces in cracking down on groups and activities associated with foreign countries.
As part of a nationwide campaign, the suppression is aimed at dissolving all such groups in China, making sure that they do not resume activities.
Municipal governments are intensifying measures against foreigners and anyone with ties abroad suspected of using Christianity to “subvert the regime.”