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Observing Chinese government’s oppression over Christians   Report of 2013

Xi Jinping began his reign in 2013, shading foggy shadows upon Chinese politics. What will be the directions of Xi’s new politics? Will his reign be a bless or a curse to Chinese society and citizens? The answers remained unclear. However, one policy is, and will stay, unchanged---the prosecution and oppression on religion. In the past year, the abuse of human rights continue to aggravate, and the corruption in government and society did not alleviate. Also, as the development of Christianity accelerated, many Christians along with dissidents, activists, and ordinary citizens of China were suffering under the oppression of Communism despotism. Compared to 2012, the numbers of religious practitioners persecuted in 2013 escalated. With Xi’s growing power, such persecution will be intensified. The following documents are excerpts quoted from China Aid association's 2013 Annual Report on Religious and Human Rights Persecution in China.

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