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Setting the stage for 1,000 foreign ministers, religious leaders, and others from 115 nations to gather for the second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom on July 16–18, researchers and human rights activists said it’s time for nations, organizations, and individuals to take concrete actions to stop the crime against humanity in China of killing people to harvest their organs.
Poet Huang Xiang praised her as having the "ultimate beauty" for being an "attacker" on state terror. 被詩人黃翔稱為「『國家犯罪』抨擊者」，並具有「精神雪國」聖潔之域「終極美麗」的王文怡
For me, it was crystally clear that this so-called “voluntary organ donation system” in China was only a “crime laundry” fabrication when I wrote my article titled “Alarming Figures, Calculations and ‘Crime Laundry’ Attempts” 2 years ago.
“After the Second World War, when people heard what happened in the concentration camps, they said 'never again'. But it's happening again on such an unprecedented scale."
Jennifer Zeng, a Falun Gong activist who was imprisoned for a year in a female labour camp, gave evidence to the China Tribunal about what she said were repeated medical check-ups and blood tests to which inmates were subjected.
During Jennifer’s imprisonment, her blood was tested and her organs were scanned. She was freed from the camp after pretending to reform in 2001, and came across a news story explaining what those tests had been for.
Going into the camp was like stepping into hell. It was what we read about at school about Nazi concentration camps during the Second World War. I thought it would never happen again but now it was happening to me.
To this day I still don't know whether I should or should out shout out loudly to the Prime Minister to ask the question on behalf of Sarah Matheson. 直到今天，我仍然想不好，我當時是叫出來好呢，還是不叫出來的好？
The State Department’s annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices, released on March 13, highlighted China as one of the worst human rights abusers and may have signaled there will be a future investigation of forced organ harvesting in the country.
A new round of chilling phone calls reveals that live organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners is still happening in China in a variety of leading transplant centers in different regions.
Zeng shared her experience at the rally. She had been torn away from her young daughter and put into a labor camp. At school her daughter was brainwashed that her mother was a terrible person and eventually tried to persuade her to denounce her faith in Falun Gong.
U.S. Rep. Christopher Smith (R-N.J.) is urging President Donald Trump to raise the issue of human rights directly during his meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping in Argentina on Nov. 30.
A resolution aimed at preventing organ transplant operations from becoming “a profitable tool in a cold genocide” was presented at an annual meeting of the American Medical Association in Washington on Nov. 11.
On a warm, sunny day, a group of around 600 people gathered at the Washington Monument with a most gloomy message: “19 Years of Torture; 19 Years of Murder; 19 Years Too Long,” said one banner. They gathered to call for an end to the now 19-year-long persecution of Falun Gong in China, which started on July 20, 1999.
On April 20, 2006, two key witnesses of live organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners, Anne and Peter （pseudo names）, made their first and only public appearance 活摘法輪功學員器官指控兩名最重要證人安妮和皮特第一次，也是唯一一次出現在公眾場合