Condemnation of CCP's Torture and Protection of Chinese Religious Refugees, HRWF Calls
In 2019, the CCP’s persecution of religion and faith in Mainland China has reached a peak. But it shamelessly claims that religious freedom exists in China. Ms. Lea Perekrests, deputy director of Human Rights Without Frontiers, spoke at the conference “The Long Arm of the Dragon: China’s Persecution of Believers at Home and Abroad” held in Seoul, South Korea on June 20, denouncing the CCP’s brutal suppression of The Church of Almighty God, Uyghurs and Falun Gong. She also called the world to grant protection to the Chinese religious refugees who have fled overseas.