Professor Raffaella Di Marzio: The Church of Almighty God—A Peaceful Home for the Soul
In recent years, as the authorities of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has escalated its persecution of religious freedom, some Christians from(CAG) were forced to escape from China to seek asylum in democratic countries overseas. When these Christians settled down in the countries that allow religious beliefs, they were given free space to create video works. Various video works independently produced by these CAG Christians are attractive to more and more people. Dr. Raffaella Di Marzio, director of the Center for Studies on Freedom of Religion, Belief and Conscience (LIREC) in Italy, also a professor, social activist and psychologist, who has acquainted herself with CAG Christians and its video works, is deeply moved by the movie Where Is My Home in particular. Guess what she says in her comment about The Church of .
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#2 The CCP Is the Plotter of Fake News of McDonald's Murder in Zhaoyuan - Massimo Introvigne
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