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March 03, 2005

Christian persecution in China

From The Christian Post:

At least 10 foreign evangelical church leaders including 8 Americans, one Taiwanese and an unknown number of South Koreans were detained and later deported by the Chinese authorities on Feb. 25, according to field investigators for a Texas-based persecution watchdog group.

The China Aid Association (CAA), which monitors religious freedom in China, reported today that at around 11 a.m. on Feb. 24, over 100 Chinese security officers from five different government agencies raided an office building used as a temporary house church leadership training site in the suburb of Harbin city—the capital of Heilongjiang province and one of the major cities in northeastern China.

Remember that when you buy something made in China, you are supporting these kinds of actions. When our elected officials continue to support open and easy trade with Communist China, they also are supporting these kinds of actions. Does the ready availability of cheap merchandise justify supporting the persecution, torture and murder of fellow Christians?

Posted by Jack Lewis at March 3, 2005 09:15 AM

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