Posts Tagged ‘ China ’

The Chairman’s Report For August 17, 2018

Aug 17th, 2018 | By

In this issue of the newsletter / Landmark events held in Washington for religious freedom / We participate The State Department and religious freedom – A new beginning? / Diapers for Refugees program continues in Iraq.  What about Syria? /  Christmas for Refugees program begins planning in Lebanon and Iraq

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Everything You Need To Know About ISIS and The Uighur Threat Against Chinese

Mar 3rd, 2017 | By

The first Islamic State group threat against China has been made, according to jihadist tracking experts. A 30-minute video published by an ISIS group in Iraq Monday included soldiers from China’s Uighur minority group killing a purported informant. Uighur people have mainly lived in the autonomous Xinjiang region in China, where nearly 10 million of

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Chairman’s Report July 17th 2014

Jul 21st, 2014 | By
A large Protestant church in the city known as “China’s Jerusalem” was demolished on April 28th on the orders of local leaders. Sanjiang church, in the eastern city of Wenzhou, took six years and 30m yuan ($4.8m) to put up, but officials said it had violated building codes. Local Christians gathered at the church but were unable to stop the demolition. Unregistered “house churches” have long been the target of government crackdowns, but Sanjiang was part of the officially approved church.

In this issue:  William J. Murray speaks this week at two events in Washington, DC, each concerning religious freedom.  The first rally was sponsored by the Falun Gong, whose members are sometimes imprisoned in China for their faith; some have even been executed and their organs harvested for transplants to  wealthy Westerners.  Murray called on the Chinese government to stop persecuting the peaceful Falun Gong, and stop tearing down the churches of peaceful Christians, and to focus instead on the Islamic terrorists who are their real enemies.  Murray also spoke on Capitol Hill at a conference sponsored by the Center for Democracy and Human Rights in Saudi Arabia, where he explained how Saudi influence is behind many of the seemingly incomprehensible foreign policy decisions of our government.

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Chinese Pastor Sentenced To 12 Years In Prison

Jul 7th, 2014 | By

Zhang Shaojie, a prominent church leader in central China has just been sentenced to 12 years in prison for allegedly gathering crowds to “disturb public order.”

Bob Fu, head of China Aid responded to this recent case of religious persecution: “This case shows the Chinese government continues to cover up religious persecution with fabricated criminal charges against an innocent church leader.”

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NEWS ALERT: Thousands Of Christians Protect Church Building Against China Forces

Apr 23rd, 2014 | By

Christians said several of the churches leaders and their family members were threatened with the loss of employment by government officials since the confrontation over the church began. “Such threats are not uncommon in China when Christians and other religious minorities attempt to resist government pressure,” commented ICC in a statement to BosNewsLife.

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China’s Government Harassing Christians as Muslim Uyghurs Declare War on China

Apr 7th, 2014 | By
Thousands of Chinese Christians have mounted an extraordinary defence of a church in a city known as the 'Jerusalem of the East'

Thousands of Chinese Christians have descended on Sanjiang church in Wenzhou, China to prevent it from being demolished by the atheistic Communist Party that runs the country even though Christians are no threat to the government while Islamists are staging terror attacks almost weekly.

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China Faces Muslim Terrorism

Nov 25th, 2013 | By

On October 28, Islamists seeking independence for the Muslim Uighur minority, ploughed a Mercedes-Benz SUV into as crowd at Tiananmen Square. The SUV exploded, killing three passengers, two tourists and injured 40 other people.

As a result of this attack, Communist Peng Yong was removed from his post in the western region of Xinjiang, where Uighurs are seeking independence.

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Chairman’s Report – July, 25, 2013

Jul 22nd, 2013 | By

IN THIS ISSUE: William J Murray speaks at religious freedom rally on Capitol Hill / Murray and Lela Gilbert discuss Saturday People, Sunday People, Religious liberty becoming a second tier freedom / Murray discusses Syria with congressmen / The Saudi evil Newspaper ad campaign

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Washington Report- July 19th, 2013

Jul 19th, 2013 | By
Nidel Hasan has received more than $300,000 in pay from the Army since he shot down 13 soldiers at Ft. Hood

In this issue: Obama’s godless army / Ft. Hood victim attacks Obama Administration / Congressmen defending faith in military / Senator Cruz for President? / No tax dollars for Jihadists / Pro-gay anti DOMA decision will affect public schools / American imam trashes Constitution and human rights / Dubai: European jailed because she was raped / Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood declares war / Sudan: Christians uprooted and killed / China: Model of America with no soul

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China today and human rights

Jul 18th, 2013 | By

William J. Murray on China at a Capitol religious freedom rally: “Bentleys and Buicks are everywhere on the overcrowded roads, and the trains and planes are full of the Middle Class and wealthy Chinese enjoying the newly obtained trophies of their labors. Among the people there is no concern for those who fall through the cracks in the society, either economically or socially. China is a model of America without a soul.”

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