China’s communist regime is detaining Christians in mobile brainwashing camps: report

Apr 10, 2021 by

by Anugrah Kumar, Christian Post:

Christians in at least one province of China are being held in secretive, mobile brainwashing camps to pressure them to renounce their faith which appears to be part of a planned clampdown on illegal social organizations, including house churches, according to reports.

A Christian in the southwestern province of Sichuan, who was held captive for 10 months “in some basement somewhere” in a windowless camp run by the ruling Chinese Communist Party, shared his experience.

“It was a mobile facility that could just set up in some basement somewhere,” the Christian, indemnified with a pseudonym, Li Yuese, told Radio Free Asia.

He continued, “It was staffed by people from several different government departments. It had its own (CCP) political and legal affairs committee working group, and they mainly target Christians who are members of house churches.”

China has more than 60 million Christians, at least half of whom worship in unregistered or so-called “illegal” underground churches.

Such facilities appear to be part of the CCP’s United Front Work Department and the state security police.

Those caught taking part in church-related activities and are released on bail by courts end up in such camps for what the CCP describes as “transformation,” Li said.

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