The Chinese government, once again, is on a rampage against the Church of Almighty God, adding nearly 50 more arrests to its growing numbers.
“If you believe in God, you can’t receive a subsistence allowance; if you receive a subsistence allowance, you can’t believe in God,” goes the CCP mantra.
China’s wide-ranging crackdown against religious groups has hit a tiny Jewish community in Kaifeng, where an atmosphere of fear and paranoia has set in.
Beijing doesn’t recognize Christmas as a holiday, deeming the festivities a part of Western values.
The Church of Almighty God and its members routinely endure the most persecution from the Chinese government.
What does CCP persecution look like? Shocking details of harassment, public shaming, indoctrination, and tracking illustrate the plight of believers in China.
Accused of espionage and subversion, at least 45 contributors were arrested and interrogated; the reporter who filmed a secret camp in Xinjiang “disappeared” after the arrest.
Patients in China are forced to register religious status when seeking medical care and also undergo a litany of questions about private life.
Police push the relatives of The Church of Almighty God members who have fled China to pressure believers to return, where they face arrest.
The Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, established almost 65 years ago to protect and develop the remote northwestern region of China, is now playing an increasing role in the central government’s efforts to fight “religious extremism.”