A Griffith University lecturer, accused of being “in China’s pocket” for his attempts to deny that organs of Falun Gong prisoners of conscience are “harvested,” is being investigated and banned from traveling abroad. He denies all charges.
The Chinese police practice “soft” torture violence, aiming at destroying person’s spirit by using psychological pressure instead of physical force.
A couple who are both members of The Church of Almighty God were arrested for their belief and tortured with drugs, among other methods.
Two house church pastors were apprehended while preaching in Xinjiang; a colleague tries to secure their release but is arrested and tortured herself.
Liao Ying (50) is from the city of Zigong City Sichuan Province and currently lives in Yining city of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. She was arrested by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) police on September 12, 2014, while heading to a gathering of The Church of Almighty God, a Christian new religious movement, and […]
Zhou Youjing (55), a member of The Church of Almighty God, a Christian new religious movement, is from the Pukou District of the city of Nanjing, Jiangsu Province. In October 2016, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) police arrested her when she was on the way to the home of a church member. The CCP police […]
Source: Direct reports from Italy Date: June 28, 2018 On June 27, the Justice Court of Perugia in Italy published two orders, no. 462/2018 and no. 459/2018, granting refugee status to two female members of The Church of Almighty God, a Chinese Christian new religious movement, and annulling decisions by local Refugee Commissions that had […]
Source: Direct Reports from China Date: June 20, 2018 In April 2018, Zheng Xin (pseudonym), a 42-year-old member of The Church of Almighty God, a Christian new religious movement, from Pizhou in Jiangsu Province, was unlawfully detained by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) police. She was subjected to torture and indoctrination for eight days. She […]
Massimo Introvigne In the morning of November 26, 2017, He Linbo was arrested at the Shihezi City Train Station in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. He was accused of being a leader of a banned religious organization. He was escorted to the police post of the train station, where he was physically searched […]