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Crosses in China’s Wenzhou City Fall Amid Widening Crackdown on Churches


Officials check vehicles leading to the town of Oubei, outside the city of Wenzhou on April 30, 2014, where Chinese authorities began demolishing a Christian church two days earlier.
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Chinese church’s fightback fails to stop cross removal

Another Chinese church is stripped of its cross as a Communist Party ‘anti-church’ demolition campaign continues in Zhejiang province

A crane winches a large red cross from one of three domes on the Guantou church in Wenzhou

By Tom Phillips, Shanghai9:14AM BST 17 Jun 2014

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MURONG XUECUN: China’s Clampdown on ‘Evil Cults’

JUNE 17, 2014


On June 1, my friend Pastor Wang Yi of the Early Rain Reformed Church in Chengdu was arrested while distributing anti-forced-abortion leaflets. The stated grounds for detaining him were “illegal advertising.” Continue reading

Zhejiang: list and pictures of 64 demolished Christian churches

05/21/2014 14:03

The campaign of persecution against Christians in Zhejiang has led to the destruction of places of worship, the removal or obliteration of crosses, and a month-long clashes between Christians and police over churches and other places of worship. Meanwhile, the plan to demolish the “Jerusalem of the East” moves on relentless.
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