In China, Christians are not allowed to freely practice their faith, and many Christians are now in labour camps where they face torture and slave labor. Conducting services in one’s own home can lead to imprisonment and persecution. Despite this, many still persevere in their practice and it has also become an important part of the peaceful pro-democracy activism in the country.
In China, only the state-run “Patriotic” Christian churches are allowed. All common versions of Christianity is banned, and it is difficult to find places to congregate for worship. This has led many Christians to conduct services in someone’s home, so-called House Churches.
There have been widespread police repression against House Churches, where Christians who hold prayer meetings or conduct services in their own homes are raided, harassed and jailed.
In China, Christians risk persecution and imprisonment simply for gathering at someones home for prayer or Bible study.
The report “Bloody Harvest” presents clear evidence of a large-scale trade with organs from Falun Gong practitioners in China.
The report states that between the years 2000 and 2005, some 60,000 organ transplants took place in China, and that in 41,500 of these cases, the organ source remain unknown.
Organs are harvested while the victims are still alive, and afterwards their bodies are cremated.
Read the report at: http://organharvestinvestigation.net