Members of The Church of Almighty God share horrific experiences of being starved, deprived of sleep, beaten, subjected to other forms of torture during detention.
A British researcher encounters a book about a persecuted Christian religious movement in China (1 in a series of two articles)
Arrested for her faith, Ren Cuifang, 30, passed away on the 12th day of detention. After seeing her bruised body, the family suspects she has been tortured to death.
Beijing has published a document claiming that the transformation though education camps in Xinjiang are just beautiful schools. This bunch of lies should fool no one.
Despite international condemnation, organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China has never stopped. One can get a kidney of choice in just two weeks.
At the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom organized by the U.S. State Department in Washington DC, high-tech companies supplying components to Chinese surveillance systems are told that this is immoral—and should be illegal too.
A member of The Church of Almighty God recounts torture and indoctrination at the hands of Chinese authorities after she was arrested at the age of 21.
Chinese authorities are employing a variety of inhumane torture methods to make believers disclose information or give up their faith.
The “2018 Annual Report on the Chinese Communist Government’s Persecution of The Church of Almighty God” has been published. The situation is worsening.