Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Christians Arrested and Accused of Belonging to 'Evil Cults' in China!!!

The commands and authorities of Chinese have started hunting down the evil cults in their land. but unaware, the people that were accused an arrested were Christians, reported by the persecution watchdog group china Aid

They were arrested on October and November, but the figured number of Christians arrested by the authorities in Yunnan province is not yet uncovered or known. 

Christians Arrested and Accused of Belonging to 'Evil Cults' in China!

A woman who started attending churches in Yunnan after she was transferred there in her place of work by name: "Tu Yan" was returning from a Christian gathering on Oct. 22nd when she was arrested as a suspect of a particular cult organisation to undermine the implementation of their law. Reported by China Aid in its latest news.

They released the woman but they later re-arrested her after a month based on the same charge. She was as well accused ass the "Head and backbone of evil cults and organisation which held a briefing on brehalf of these institutions"

Even her father swore on behalf of her daughter being a part of the cult activities, but all to no avail.

Tu Yan disclosed to China Aid that four other church members were arrested on the same charge. Local Christians in the area, however, said as many as 12 people might have been apprehended.

Another eight Christians were also accused of belonging to illegal cults and arrested on Nov. 27 in Kunming, the capital of Yunnan province, reports said.

Chinese authorities accused the arrested Christians of belonging to a sect based in Taiwan, which China regards as a cult.

The latest arrests were part of a widespread crackdown on Christian churches being undertaken by the ruling Communist Party in China, watchdog groups said. An undetermined number of Christians and human rights activists are now locked up in jail for protesting against forced church demolitions and the arrest of other activists, the groups said.

Earlier in August, authorities arrested two Christian summer camp leaders in the northwestern Xinjiang Uyghur autonomous region, accusing them of trying to "brainwash" children, China Aid reported.

"Both women were accused of indoctrinating minors with superstitious beliefs. Chinese law forbids religious teaching to anyone under the age of 18, believing matters of faith to be dangerous brainwashing from which children must be protected," according to the group.

"Christian parents and church leaders can face disciplinary action from officials for involving their children in any Christian activities," it said.

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