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EFC’s Report on Religious Freedom in China

 

July 23, 2008 | Daniel Kanis

China flagBROKEN PROMISES: The Protestant Experience with Religious Freedom in China in Advance of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games

With the Olympics coming up soon, the EFC has prepared a special report about persecution in China’s protestant churches. Here is a quote from the report. Read the full report here. “Unfortunately, behind the buzz of the Olympic-ready nation lie unacceptable incidents of persecution, torture and death. The Communist Party of China (CPC) has worked tirelessly to subdue any perceived form of criticism that may damage the image they have worked hard to develop. The CPC has a history of using unjust means to prevent international embarrassment and to cover up their records of abuse. This report focuses on the persecution of the Protestant House Church movement in China and documents trends that illustrate the continued repression of freedom of religion in advance of the 2008 summer Olympics.”

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