Chinese Christian Prisoner of Conscience Adopted by Congressional Human Rights Commission
On January 29, 2019, the United States Congress’ Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission adopted a prisoner of conscience of(CAG). Her name is Mo Xiufeng. She was sentenced to 9 years for her Christian beliefs, and is being held in prison. Prisoner of conscience are persons imprisoned arbitrarily for their religion, beliefs or other reasons, even though they do not have any criminal acts identified by international human rights organizations.
European Parliament Concern Over Asylum for Persecuted Christians From The Church of Almighty God
China’s deteriorating freedom of religious belief has long been a focus of the international community, which has repeatedly condemned the Chinese …
The Church of Almighty God Featured at Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom Side Event
On July 23-27 of 2018, the first-ever ministerial focusing on religious freedom was held by the U.S. State Department in Washington D.C. Ministries…
California, USA Joint Efforts to Promote Worldwide Freedom of Belief at Freedom of Religion Seminar
In spite of the fact that freedom of religion is a universal value, there are people in some countries and regions who not only lack this freedom…
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 …