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Open letter: Like a Lamb to the Slaughter: Will the United States Send This Woman to Her Death? - 07/05/2018 | EIFRF

An Open Letter to President Trump Dear President Trump, We are NGOs, some of them with ECOSOC consultative status, active in the defense of human rights and religious liberty, with a special experience and concerns for China, and write to ask for your urgent intervention in a question, literally,...

Register to the Faith and Freedom Summit - 06/18/2018 | EIFRF

The Faith and Freedom Summit: Practicing what we Preach in Europe is a non-partisan summit, which brings together leaders from the various fields of politics, government, academia, activism and the non-for-profit sector from across Europe and beyond, in order to propose and develop initiatives that...

Event to come at EU Parliament: Religious Persecution in China - 06/18/2018 | EIFRF

EIFRF will participate to this event that will take place on June 27 in the EU Parliament, organized by Human Rights Without Frontiers International         If you need access to the European...

Bitter Winter: Daily News Online of Religion in China - 05/14/2018 | EIFRF

On May 14, 2018, a new online news magazine has been launched at the International Book Fair of Torino, in Italy, Bitter Winter. The name refers both to the difficult situation of religious liberty in China and to a theme in classical Chinese painting. The launch of Bitter Winter came at the end...

EIFRF Chairman at UN on the Persecution of the Church of Almighty God - 03/08/2018 | EIFRF

Speech of the Chairman of EIFRF at Side Event at the United Nations, Geneva, March 1, 2018 – Religious Freedom and Anti-Cult Persecution in China: The Case of The Church of Almighty God. The Case of the Refugees of The Church of Almighty God in France The difficulties that the members of The...

Hungarian governmental party leader crackdown on Islam - 11/28/2017 | EIFRF

While interviewed on a pro-government television channel in Hungary on November 3, 2017, Fidesz parliamentary delegation leader Gergely Gulyás declared that “there will be no mosques in Hungary”, and added that “from the perspective of our own security, mosques would have a negative...

NGOs Condemn Persecution in China and Propaganda in Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan against the Church of Almighty God - 11/28/2017 | EIFRF

Thousands of members of the Church of Almighty God (CAG) have been incarcerated in China, following a further crackdown on unauthorized religious organizations. According to the rough statistics, more than 300,000 members of CAG were incarcerated and detained in China from the beginning of the...

Report: Persecution of the Church of Almighty God in China - 11/18/2017 | EIFRF

The Church of Almighty God is one of the minority religious groups which suffer persecutions in China, and are quite victims of false information spreading. EIFRF decided to publish the following report that they realised. This report has been considered as very serious by several knowledgeable...
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