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U.N. Report: China Guilty of Serious Violations
A United Nations report that found China has committed “serious human rights violations” and possibly “crimes against humanity” toward the Uyghur people and other ethnic minorities.
ERLC Applauds Finding of Forced Labor by China
The Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) welcomed a new report to the United Nations that determined China has been practicing forced labor among ethnic minorities.
Christian Witness to China Camp Horrors Now in U.S.
A Christian who was imprisoned for 10 months in western China is now in the United States as a witness to the notorious “re-education” camps being operated by the Communist regime of the world’s most populous country.
‘Unbreakable’ Christian Activist Strives to Share Gospel With China’s President Xi
Zhou Jinxia, a Christian woman in northeast China, has been arrested—again—for proselytizing. More than 50 times, Zhou has attempted to share the Gospel message with Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife, Peng Liyuan.
China Bans Men It Sees As Not Masculine Enough From TV
China’s government banned effeminate men on TV and told broadcasters Thursday to promote “revolutionary culture."
Xinjiang Genocide Conference Aims to Up Pressure on China
Leading scholars and lawyers are joining politicians and human rights groups in Britain Wednesday for the first large-scale conference to discuss the Chinese government’s alleged genocide against the Uyghur ethnic group in the northwest Xinjiang region.
UPDATE: More Local Governments in China Offering Cash Rewards for Reporting ‘Illegal Religious Activities’
Christians in China continue to be in danger of being turned in by their neighbors for “illegal religious activities” in certain areas, according to a new report.
Room for 10,000: Inside China’s Largest Detention Center
This site suggests that China still holds and plans to hold vast numbers of Uyghurs and other mostly Muslim minorities in detention.
Early Rain Covenant Church Member’s Family Flee China Persecution, Seeking Asylum in U.S.
After spending the last two years in Taiwan under Taiwan's Refugee Law, Liao Qiang and his family are seeking asylum within the United States to find permanent residence.
China Challenges U.N. Event Focused on Its Uyghur Population
"We will keep standing up and speaking out until China's government stops its crimes against humanity and the genocide of Uyghurs and other minorities in Xinjiang," said U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield.
G-7 Calls Out China Over Uyghur Rights at Virus-Shadowed Meeting
The top G-7 diplomats meeting in London said they were “deeply concerned” by China's treatment of the Uyghur Muslim population and other minorities, which includes mass internment in “re-education” camps, forced labor and forced sterilization.
Man in China Fined More Than $24K for Christmas Gathering
Chinese authorities have fined a man named Niu Guobao over $24,000 for holding a Christmas celebration where around 40 people prayed and sang hymns.
‘Leaders are scared’ of How Fast the Church in China Is Growing
The number of Christians in China is growing so quickly that it could reach 300 million by 2030. Dr. Ron Boyd-MacMillan believes this rapid growth is why the Chinese Communist Party is targeting believers so aggressively.
Pastor in China Is Now Free After Being Under House Arrest for 9 Years
Chinese officials are no longer surveilling Shouwang Church founder Jin Tianming, who was put under house arrest without trial in 2011.
ChinaAid’s Bob Fu and Family in Hiding After Harassment, Threats
ChinaAid founder Bob Fu and his family are in hiding after protesters started harassing them at their home in Texas. Fu believes the protesters are following the instructions of a CCP operative masquerading as a dissident, who has openly threatened Fu online.
Pompeo Urges Vatican to Condemn Human Rights Abuses in China
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urged the Vatican on Wednesday to join the United States in denouncing violations of religious freedom in China, saying the Catholic Church should be at the forefront in the fight to insist on basic human rights there.
Uyghur Doctor Shares First-Hand Account of Infanticide in China
A doctor has shared that for 20 years she helped China carry out its Uyghur genocide by performing abortions, removing women's wombs, and killing infants right after they were born.
Man Fined $2,900 for Holding Online Bible Study in China
On Aug. 11, a Chinese preacher in Yunnan province received a notice from the Ethnic and Religious Affairs Bureau (ERAB) that he would be fined nearly $3,000 for holding an online Bible study.
China Uses IUDs, Abortion, Infanticide to Control Uyghur Population
In the latest news on the Uyghur genocide in China, a Uyghur obstetrician now living in Turkey told Radio Free Asia that hospitals are forcing women to get abortions and are killing their newborn children.
The ‘Future of Oppression’: A Sobering Look at China’s Treatment of the Uyghur People
The Chinese government is committing genocide against the Uyghur people, and as it executes various atrocities against them, party leaders are developing a blueprint for what dictatorial oppression will look like in the future.