Chinese Spies Tried to Create False “Uyghur Terrorists” in Afghanistan

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January 16- 01/14/2021MASSIMO INTROVIGNE Ten Chinese agents were arrested and quietly expelled after trying to establish a false branch of the defunct East Turkestan Islamic Movement. Last week, a chartered plane left Kabul airport to an unknown destination in China. Aboard were…

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Chinese Tech Giants Patent Tools to Detect, Track, Monitor Uighurs

Chinese Tech Giants Patent Tools to Detect, Track, Monitor Uighurs

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January 14- United Nations officials have said China is transforming the Xinjiang region, where many Uighurs live, into a “massive internment camp”. Berlin: Chinese technology giants have registered patents for tools that can detect, track and monitor Uighurs in a move human rights groups fear could entrench oppression of the Muslim minority. The series of patents, filed…

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2021 World Watch List: Religious persecution in China

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January 14- Rushan Abbas is a Uyghur woman from China. Her sister is in a re-education camp in China, one of an estimated 1 million Uyghur people who have been put in what many are calling concentration camps. Abbas recently sat to…

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Prisoner 42: ‘How will I survive this hell?’ Life inside a North Korean prison camp

Prisoner 42: ‘How will I survive this hell?’ Life inside a North Korean prison camp

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January 12 by Christopher Summers in Asia Your name is the first thing they take. Then they take your freedom. They take your health. They take away the presence of other people. They take your clothes. And your hair. And finally, they take away the…

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North Korean Believer: ‘As a Child, the First Execution I Saw Was a Christian’

North Korean Believer: ‘As a Child, the First Execution I Saw Was a Christian’

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January 10- by John Choi in Asia Editor’s note: John Choi is the pseudonym of a believer from North Korea who now lives outside of his home country. Here, he gives a firsthand account of how the dictatorship in North Korea and the personality…

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Egypt approves registration of 62 churches and church buildings

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January 6- The Cabinet-affiliated committee responsible for licensing churches in Egypt rounded off 2020 by authorising 62 new registrations on 29 December. This 18th batch of licences approved brings the number of churches and affiliated service buildings granted official recognition to 1,800 out of…

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MAF-Nepal Holds Consultation with Leaders on Persecution

MAF-Nepal Holds Consultation with Leaders on Persecution

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January 6 Lalitpur Media Advocacy Forum Nepal (MAF-Nepal) organized a New Year warm-up and pre-planning meeting with various stakeholders including activists, leaders and authors. The meeting focused on the proposed research on the issue of discrimination and persecution in the context of…

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IPFN Extends Christmas Day Greetings

IPFN Extends Christmas Day Greetings

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December 24- Interfaith Peace Federation Nepal (IPFN) has extended good wishes and greeting to all the Christians at home and abroad on the auspicious occasion of Christmas Day 2020. शुभकामना सन्देश इसाई धर्मावलम्बीहरूको महान पर्व प्रभु येशू ख्रीष्टको जन्मोत्सव क्रिसमस डेको अवसरमा…

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Interfaith Peace Federation Nepal Observes 2nd GA with Commitments

Interfaith Peace Federation Nepal Observes 2nd GA with Commitments

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December 21- A common platform of various religious leaders and communities as well as entities working in the field of peace building and development, Interfaith Peace Federation of Nepal (IPFN) held its second general assembly on 20th December at Hardik Hotel, Kathmandu….

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China’s Endgame Is to Snuff Out Dissent: Human Rights Watch

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November 13- Sophie Richardson, China director of Human Rights Watch, discusses the human rights situation in Hong Kong where China has upended the Legislative Council by allowing the disqualification of any lawmakers deemed insufficiently loyal. She speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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