Film Exposes CCP Persecution of Overseas Religious Refugees
One June 20, a new film, The Long Arm of the Dragon: China’s Persecution of Believers at Home and Abroad was released in South Korea’s Seoul, at an international religious and human rights conference by its organizer, Bitter Winter. It exposes confidential CCP documents aiming to launch long-term, systematic, large-scale operations to persecute religious refugees who have fled persecution in China, lists despicable CCP tactics to get Christians of(CAG) extradited back to China, and calls on international society to show support for religious refugees.
Raffaella Di Marzio: An Analysis of Rejections of Chinese Christians’ Asylum Applications
In recent years, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has continued to escalate its persecution of Protestant and Catholic home churches, and listed …
EU Parliament: The Church of Almighty God Christians in worse position than Uyghur Muslims
On December 10, 2018, Human Rights Without Frontiers (HRWF) and EU Reporters held a round-table discussion in the European Parliament. The discussio…
Global Solidarity with Hong Kong: Persecuted Christians Join Anti-CCP Tyranny Protests
September 28-29, 2019, a series of Global Anti-Totalitarianism Rallies were held across the world, in 24 countries and 65 cities. A number of Christi…
Persecution of The Church of Almighty God Was Unveiled at UN Why CCP Persecutes Religious Beliefs?
On June 19th, during the Thirty-eighth Session of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, Mr. Thierry Valle, President of the Coordination …