US’ Int’l Religious Freedom Report condemns Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, and China

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May 21- -By Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com) Int’l Religious Freedom Report condemns Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, and China On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of State published their International Religious Freedom Report for 2020, outlining the status of religious freedom and persecution around the world. In…

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Forced sterilisation and Xinjiang’s shrinking population

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May 21- Qelbinur Sedik says Chinese authorities forcibly sterilised her as part of a systematic campaign to suppress births of Uyghurs and other minorities in Xinjiang JOHN THYS AFP Beijing (AFP) She was already beyond child-bearing age, but Qelbinur Sedik says Chinese authorities…

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Data Leak Exposes Details of Two Million Chinese Communist Party Members

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April 23- By James Coker  Sensitive data of around two million members of the Communist Party of China (CPC) have been leaked, highlighting their positions in major organizations, including government agencies, throughout the world. According to reports from The Australian newspaper, featured in the Economic…

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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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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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‘China Bans Faith for All Children’: Watch Jubilee Campaign Event at UN Human Rights Council

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October 9- CBN News On Oct. 5, the Jubilee Campaign, a non-profit organization that promotes the human rights and religious liberty of ethnic and religious minorities, hosted a side event to the United Nations Human Rights Council’s 45th Session which was titled China…

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China’s Insurgency Card in India’s Northeast Is Overhyped

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September 5- Even if China decides to increase military and financial support for insurgents in India’s Northeast, it will find it difficult to alter the security situation there. By Avinash Paliwal This is the second of a two-part series on insurgencies in India’s…

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China & Uighurs: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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July 28- So, an American comedy show talks about this serious human rights violation issue! John Oliver discusses the human rights abuses the Uighur people are facing at the hands of the Chinese government, and why those atrocities are worth our undivided…

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