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Ma Chunlan (pseudonym Hu Yang), female, was born on September 28, 1970 in Xuzhou City, Jiangsu Province. She came to have faith in the Lord Jesus in 1992 and joined The Church of Almighty God in 2012. At her arrest
Wang Jiezhi (pseudonym Xiaojie), was born on May 4, 1970 in Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province. She joined The Church of Almighty God in 2005. Before her arrest she was in charge of the logistical work in the church. At the
Xu Yanping (pseudonym xiaoyue), female, was born on March 3, 1981 in Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province. She joined The Church of Almighty God in 2013. At her arrest she was in charge of the logistical work in the church, including
Yang Meiyun (pseudonym Yao Zhen), female, was born on September 21, 1979 in Yichun City, Jiangxi Province. She joined The Church of Almighty God in 2007. At her arrest she served as a middle-level leader of the Church. On the
ADHRRF — The Second World March for Peace and Non-violence commenced on October 2 in Madrid, the capital city of Spain. Persecuted Christians from China appealed for solidarity for peace and joint efforts to protest against tyranny. This event was
In June 2017, Bao Shuguang, Jiang Xingmei and other 3 middle-level leaders of The Church of Almighty God in Shandong Province were arrested for their belief by the CCP authorities. In October 2018, they were sentenced by the authorities to 11-13 years’ imprisonment.
Over 100 Church of Almighty God members were arrested during a nationwide crackdown before the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. by Zhao Mingzhe As the anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), marked on
Dissidents, the religious, anyone considered “dangerous” by the state, end up on its records and are harassed; even a seven-year-old child and a dying elderly man. by Wang Anyang There is growing evidence that the CCP is extensively collecting information about the
After numerous failed attempts to extradite Church of Almighty God asylum seekers from South Korea, authorities try their luck in other countries. by Xiao Baiming Facing ruthless oppression, often accompanied by torture and long-term imprisonment, some members of The Church of
Throughout the province, arrest operations have been implemented since spring. New details on the planning, implementation of this suppression, and its victims. The CCP launched several special arrest operations against The Church of Almighty God (CAG) throughout China in 2018,
ADHRRF—July 24th, 10 am, led by pro-CCP activist O Myung-ok, about a dozen family members of The Church of Almighty God (CAG) Christians, together with another dozen or so elderly female strangers, staged demonstrations and made a scene in front
The CCP harasses again the relatives of CAG refugees in Korea who live in China, luring them to travel abroad to South Korea on July 22-24 next to “search for relatives” and bring them back… to jail.