It’s not just the Uighurs who are copping it in the neck from the CCP.
For a while in the 1990s and early 2000s it looked like a measure of religious freedom was returning to China.
Churches, particularly in the big cities, seemed to be able to flourish.
But it has only been five minutes of sunshine as dictator Xi Jinping has doubled down on the Chinese Communist Party’s Stalinist roots.
A disturbing story was carried by Fox News this week.
China is attempting to brainwash Christians by holding them in mobile "transformation facilities," according to a new report.
Radio Free Asia relayed stories last week from a man given the pseudonym Li Yuese, who said he was beaten in a windowless room for nearly 10 months.
Li said he was detained after authorities raided his house church in 2018.
"There were no windows, no ventilation and no time allowed outside," said Li. "I was given just two meals a day, which were brought to the room by a designated person."
He said authorities "threaten, insult and intimidate you. These were United Front officials, men, women, sometimes unidentified, usually in plain clothes.”
We need to continue to pray for the people of China and as a nation, we need to continue to call out the CCP’s human rights abuses.