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  • The Scriptorium

    8/9/2005

    American Christians roughed up in China

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 10:24 am

    While the U.N. is holding conferences and writing resolutions on the dangerous societal problem of “Islamophobia” (a fear of angry Muslims exploding and killing you), they’ll ignore the daily persecution of Christians in China. Things like this happen with regularity in China, but you’ll never see a resolution, a condemnation, or even a sign that the rest of the world noticed. The fact that American Christians were the victims this time certainly won’t change that. Christians in the U.S. and Britain are just as good at ignoring it as their governments.

    Two Americans were roughed up by plain-clothes Chinese police during a raid of a house church in the Communist state, reports Christian-persecution monitor China Aid Association.

    According to the group, the raid came during a crackdown on house churches that has seen 210 Chinese house pastors and members arrested since last month.

    On Aug. 2, the two Americans, students believed to be from Westminster Theological Seminary campuses in Texas and California, were in their host family’s home in Lutou Town, Zaoyang City, Hubei Province with 41 pastors and other Christians when approximately 30 Chinese plain-clothed police officers rushed in.

    According to several eyewitness reports, the two Americans were handled “very unprofessionally,” China Aid Association stated. One sustained injuries to his wrists after being handcuffed because he wanted to put his shoes on before he was forced into an unmarked police car.

    The two Americans were neither permitted to contact the U.S. Embassy nor permitted to show their U.S. passports and other identification cards. Both were taken to a government “hotel” for interrogation and were released after a seven-hour interrogation. Some of the Americans’ belongings, including their personal bibles, notebooks and books on the Westminster Confession of Faith, reportedly were confiscated. . . . .

    Read the whole thing
    WND

    If you feel like letting someone know what you think about this, CAA recommends writing to the Chinese Embacy in D.C.

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