A British researcher meets with refugees who escaped China and now live in England (second in a series of two articles).
A conference in Milan’s Town Hall highlights religious persecution in China and the problems encountered by refugees.
The Chinese President reacted angrily after the Himalayan kingdom refused to sign an extradition treaty aimed at deporting Tibetan refugees back to China.
After numerous failed attempts to extradite Church of Almighty God asylum seekers from South Korea, authorities try their luck in other countries.
Relatives of refugees from The Church of Almighty God (CAG) were coerced or manipulated to go to Seoul and stage anti-CAG demonstrations with the notorious Ms. O. These sideshows regularly end in disgrace. Why does the CCP keep organizing them?
A “family search party” was brought to Seoul to stage false demonstrations where relatives askedChurch of Almighty God refugees to “come home” to China, i.e. to jail. This time, local media clearly understood that it was Ms. O who prevented the relatives from peacefully meeting their loved ones.
A Letter of the European Freedom of Religion or Belief Roundtable in Support of the Asylum Seekers of The Church of Almighty God
A letter to all members of the EU Parliament in Brussels, regarding members of the new religious movement and the persecution they suffer in China.
The pro-CCP and anti-cult activist organized a sideshow in front of the Blue House, the residence of the Korean President. She was in for a surprise, as refugees fought back with their own, more successful press conference.
They Are Coming! CCP Sends Again Relatives of Church of Almighty God Refugees to Korea to Stage False Demonstrations
The CCP harasses again the relatives of CAG refugees in Korea who live in China, luring them to travel abroad to South Korea on July 22-24 next to “search for relatives” and bring them back… to jail.