Posts Tagged ‘camp’

Breaking footage: China’s Brutal Labour Camps, Part 1

Today we begin a special series on the shocking conditions within China’s “re-education through labour” camps. Now, with cell phone camera footage that has just been smuggled out of China, the international community is being given a rare glimpse of life within these camps.

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Video: Witness Describes Organ Harvesting from Living Falun Gong Practitioners (English Subtitles)

Witness Annie said, “It is agonizing to recall the past. The organs removed from a living human being fetch a much higher price than from a dead body. After the live organ removal, some Falun Gong practitioners were still alive and breathing, but some of their bodies were directly thrown into the crematory oven. No trace of their bodies is left. Some families had no idea the organs had been removed.

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Mankind Is Facing the Choice to Fulfill “Never Again”

Today, it is time to fulfill the vow of “Never Again,” made 60 years ago! Almost seven years have past since the persecution of Falun Gong began, and while we hesitate in cold, cowardly silence, millions of Falun Dafa practitioners are being murdered for keeping their faith in the human conscience.

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RFI: Interview with Reporter Who First Revealed the CCP’s Harvesting Organs from Living Falun Gong Practitioners

The Washington Times in the US and The New Paper in Singapore recently published a Chinese reporter’s testimony one after another. He revealed that a few years ago when he was investigating the situation of SARS, he discovered that several thousand Falun Gong practitioners were imprisoned at the Liaoning Provincial Thrombosis Hospital of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine, and their organs were being harvested for sale.

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Do Not Wait: Stop Crimes against Humanity in China Today

Everyone Should Help Stop These State-sponsored Crimes. Sixty years ago, fewer Jewish people would have been killed if more people had stepped forward in the name of justice and courage. At least, the extent of persecution would have not been that extensive. Our efforts today become so significant to those whose lives are in danger.

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