Posted by: becketfund | October 8, 2007

China: Missing Protestants Re-Appear in Labor Camps

China Aid reports that nine Protestant leaders, who had been missing since July 15, turned up a few days ago in forced labor camps in China. One, a forty-two-year-old woman, had evidently been tortured while in prison, and required an emergency hysterectomy as a result. The nine, detained during a service at a private home, were accused of “making use of an evil cult organization to undermine the enforcement of State laws”. The “evidence” of their crimes included “Christian hymns” and “showing a Jesus film in a nursing home and praying for the disabled elderly men for healing from God”.


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