Category Archives: religious persecution

OPEN LETTER: Forced Conversion in South Korea Should Be Put to an End

Forced Conversion in South Korea Should Be Put to an End: An Open Letter to President Moon Jae-in 한국의 강제 개종은 끝나야 한다 : 문재인 대통령에게 보내는 공개 서신 Dear President Moon: 존경하는 문재인 대통령님: We represent international NGOs and … Continue reading

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Religion ist (doch) keine Privatsache!

Religion ist (doch) keine Privatsache! Der Auftritt des ÖVP-Chefs Sebastian Kurzbeim „Awakening Europe“ Event in der Wiener Stadthalle gab das Signal zum Angriff auf ein Grundrecht: Religion ist zwar eine sehr persönliche Sache, trotzdem keine Privatsache, wie auch im Artikel … Continue reading

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1o Jahre nach dem Attentat im Shri Guru Ravidass Tempel in Wien

Essay zum Gedenken an den Guru Ramanand Ji, der am 24. Mai 2009 im Wiener Ravidass Tempel von fanatischen Extremisten ermordet wurde In der Hoffnung auf Versöhnung ruft die Glaubensgemeinschaft Ravidass zum gemeinsamen Friedensmarsch auf.   Der Anschlag belastet das … Continue reading

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CHINA Arrested over 11,000 Church of Almighty God Believers in 2018

CHINA:  Over 11,000 Church of Almighty God believers arrested, 20 died from mistreatment in 2018 Annual report documents escalation of oppression by authorities 345 escapees have applied for refugee status in South Korea SEOUL, March 20, 2019– Over 11,000 members … Continue reading

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THE HOAX:False Demonstrations Against Chinese Refugees in Seoul South Korea

THE HOAX False Demonstrations Against Chinese Refugees in Seoul South Korea DOCUMENTARY: “The Hoax”  is a great new video documentary about the false demonstrations against Chinese christian refugees in South Korea. The video shows clearly how the long arm of … Continue reading

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CHINA’S BLACKLIST OF FORBIDDEN RELIGIONS – The Chinese Communist Party’s War on Religious Liberty

The Black-Lists: The Evolution of China’s List of “Illegal and Evil Cults” Edward A. Irons The Hong Kong Institute for Culture, Commerce and Religion edirons@aol.com Bublished by CESNUR: https://cesnur.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/tjoc_2_1_3_irons.pdf ABSTRACT: In China, departments under the central government have published lists … Continue reading

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China’s Persecution of Christians Beyond it’s Borders

Bitter Winter (Online Magazine reporting on religious liberty, human rights and the persecution of Christians and other religions in China) interviews Peter Zoehrer from FOREF Europe (Forum for Religious Freedom Europe) Continue reading

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