An appeal to the Chinese President notes that the situation of religious liberty in China is worse than ever.
Xie Jiao Organizations
Xie jiao indicates the religious movements prohibited in China.
A Christian man from Gansu was arrested four years ago for his religious belief. He has completed his sentence but continues to be monitored by authorities.
A Shanxi house church preacher was arrested twice within a decade. As a result, his family was heavily indebted.
Demonstrations in Canada support Chen Huixia, who has been sentenced under Art. 300 of the Chinese Criminal Code for “using a xie jiao”.
Several years ago, authorities in Gansu shut down a house church and arrested its believers.
Authorities detained a Mother and her son from Inner Mongolia on two separate occasions and later sentenced both of them for five years.
Not only local Muslims are persecuted in Xinjiang Province – authorities have set their eyes on Christians who are increasingly put under strict monitoring.
A district court in Bengbu city, Anhui Province fined and sentenced 24 members of The Church of Almighty God to varying terms in prison for heterodox teachings.
A group of six preachers travelled to Xinjiang and were arrested by the police. They also suffered brutal physical torture in detention.