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Bienvenue sur notre nouveau site web www.sit-france.org. N'hésitez pas à nous laisser un message sur notre livre d'or ou par à contact -at- sit-france.org . !!! URGENCE !!! MALAISIE FRANCE ÉGYPTE ! FRANCE ! Les Chrétiens d’Orient en danger Le 8 octobre 2013 Pétition Villages rasés, massacres collectifs, meurtres de religieux et de civils (femmes, enfants, vieillards), viols, enlèvements, persécutions à grande échelle, églises incendiées, monastères et écoles détruites, les Chrétiens d’Orient vivent aujourd’hui dans l’angoisse du lendemain, dans la peur et la souffrance quotidiennes. Une épuration religieuse massive et silencieuse est en cours en Egypte, en Irak, en Syrie et bientôt peut-être au Liban. Une stratégie de la terreur est déployée dans cette région du monde, elle vise à éliminer toute présence chrétienne, toute identité multiple, tout souvenir du christianisme et de son rôle historique dans la construction de ces peuples et de ces Etats. Elle vise à rendre cet espace géopolitique hostile et impénétrable à l’Occident. Et que font les diplomaties européennes ? Elles regardent ailleurs. Elles ne veulent pas entendre l’indicible ou voir l’impensable et se rendent coupables de complicité de crimes à grande échelle, qui prennent le caractère de crimes contre l’humanité. Elles parlent des droits de l’homme, de démocratie et dans le même temps, elles mènent des politiques qui sont dans les faits aveugles et sourdes à la souffrance humaine lorsqu’il s’agit de Chrétiens. Elles combattent à juste titre des régimes au nom des idéaux démocratiques et détournent le regard lorsque des alliés directs ou indirects massacrent uniquement en raison de la religion. En Egypte, pourquoi ne pas condamner les églises incendiées, les écoles brûlées, les exactions quotidiennes contre les Coptes exercées par les milices des Frères musulmans ? En Irak, combien d’écoles, d’églises détruites et de massacres impunis de Chrétiens sont intervenus par la suite dans l’indifférence de l’Occident ? Faut-il rester indifférents aux massacres de Syriens, uniquement parce qu’ils sont chrétiens, et à l’enlèvement des deux Evêques d’Alep et de prêtres, par les groupes islamistes ? En Terre Sainte, le nombre de Chrétiens ne cesse de diminuer. Au Liban, pays francophone, les Chrétiens deviendront bientôt une minorité ; leur situation instable et précaire conduit nombre d’entre eux à préférer l’exil aux incertitudes sécuritaires et aux pressions des islamistes radicaux. Nulle pression, nulle protestation ! Les puissances occidentales restent sourdes aux suppliques des responsables et des organisations représentatives, laïcs et religieux, qui tirent les sonnettes d’alarme et demandent une réaction de la France et de l’Europe. Pourquoi ? Ont-ils anticipé la disparition des Chrétiens en Orient ? Ont-ils fait le deuil d’une présence antérieure à l’implantation de l’Islam, d’un peuplement historiquement ouvert et bienveillant envers l’Occident ? Nous lançons un appel à la France, aux Français et à l’ensemble des nations européennes afin que la diplomatie prenne en compte l’existence de populations chrétiennes, de problématiques spécifiques, d’un Orient divers et agissent désormais pour faire respecter les droits des Chrétiens en Orient. C’est l’intérêt de la France, de l’Europe, et de la communauté internationale. Les Chrétiens d’Orient ont toujours représenté l’antidote de l’extrémisme ainsi qu’un vecteur de tolérance entre les communautés. Leur disparition aboutira à l’exacerbation de l’intolérance et de la violence aux portes de l’Europe. C’est aussi l’intérêt des populations de cette région du monde. Les Chrétiens d’Orient ont toujours vécu en harmonie avec les Musulmans et les Juifs et ils doivent pouvoir continuer à vivre de façon conviviale et paisible avec toutes les communautés, afin de sauvegarder un Orient multiculturel, qui porte un message universel de paix, de dialogue fécond des cultures et de vivre-ensemble. La France et l’Europe doivent évaluer leur politique dans cette région du monde et prendre en compte ses impacts et ses conséquences pour les populations chrétiennes concernées. Les gouvernements de ces pays, à l’instar de leurs oppositions, doivent désormais être comptables de la survie et de la sécurité des Chrétiens. La France comme l’Europe doivent lier leur aide et leur appui certes à la démocratie, aux droits des femmes mais aussi à la défense des communautés chrétiennes et à leur droit de vivre leur différence dans un espace qu’ils habitent depuis près de deux millénaires. Pour signer la pétition: cliquer ICI (source Chrétiens d'Orient en Danger) "Que les musulmans dénoncent les violences faites aux chrétiens" Le 1 octobre 2013 Appel de Anwar Ibrahim, leader musulman de Malaisie « Les musulmans doivent dénoncer les atrocités faites aux minorités chrétiennes et défier ces musulmans qui combattent les chrétiens », a déclaré Anwar Ibrahim, membre du parlement et leadermusulman du parti d’opposition Pakatan Rakyat (PKR), en Malaisie, lors de la table-ronde consacrée à la cohabitation entre chrétiens et musulmans, dans le cadre de la rencontre internationale « le courage de l’espérance », organisée à Rome par la communauté de Sant’Egidio, le 30 septembre. Selon le leader malaisien « le respect de la dignité humaine n’est pas la tolérance, mais connaître et apprécier les différences des autres groupes religieux ». « Le problème dans le monde arabe est politique et non religieux », a-t-il dit, et le défi est d’y dire que « sans liberté et respect la paix ne peut exister ». Anwar Ibrahim est un homme politique de Malaisie qui a joué un rôle important dans les associations musulmanes de jeunes fondées sur la non violence. Dans les années 90 il a été ministre de l’éducation et des finances et plusieurs fois parlementaire. Il a travaillé à l’UNESCO et au Fonds monétaire international. Depuis 2008 il est à la tête du parti d’opposition Pakatan Rakyat (PKR). Pour plus d’informations sur la rencontre, le matériel, textes, photos. Traduction d'Océane Le Gall (Source Zenit) Contre l’antichristianisme : Marche à Paris le dimanche 20 octobre ! Tawadros II invite les Occidentaux à « lire les faits objectivement » Le 19 août 2013 Nous suivons le développement des évènements malheureux que subit l’Église Copte sur la terre de notre pays l’Égypte, et nous continuons à soutenir la police égyptienne, les Forces armées et les autres organisations du peuple égyptien visant à lutter contre les groupes violents armés, le terrorisme chez nous et à l’étranger, les attaques contre des entités étatiques et les églises paisibles, le fait de terroriser les citoyens coptes et musulmans, et ce à l’encontre de la religion, de la morale et de l’humanité. Bien que nous appréciions leur position sincère et amicale et leur compréhension de l’heuristique, nous déplorons le fort sophisme médiatique qui prévaut au sein des pays Occidentaux et nous les invitons à lire les faits objectivement sans tenter d’établir une couverture internationale ou politique à ces groupes terroristes et sanglants et à tous ceux qui y appartiennent, car ils essaient de semer la dévastation et la destruction dans notre cher pays. Nous invoquons l’ensemble des médias et l’engagement mondial à fournir la véritable image de ce qui se passe en toute transparence, droiture et honnêteté. Nous reconnaissons toutes les victimes tombées en martyrs et nous souhaitons la guérison à chaque blessé. Nous adhérons entièrement à l’unité nationale solide et rejetons formellement toute tentative d’entrainer le pays dans une querelle sectaire. De surcroit, nous considérons toute ingérence étrangère dans les affaires intérieures à l’Égypte comme inacceptable. De plus, lorsque la main du mal approche et brûle, tue et détruit, la main de Dieu, plus proche, protège, renforce et construit. Nous mettons notre foi dans l’aide divine par laquelle, l’Égypte et son peuple traverseront ces jours critiques de notre Histoire vers un avenir meilleur, un avenir illuminé par la justice, la paix et la démocratie que méritent les habitants de l’authentique vallée du Nil. Vive l’Égypte, libre et fière. Source : copte.fr 9 mois de christianophobie en France et en chiffres… Propos de Daniel Hamiche: " Je participai, ce midi, au déjeuner d’amitié française organisé au Palais de la Mutualité de Paris par l’ Alliance Générale contre le Racisme et pour le Respect de l’Identité Française et Chrétienne ( AGRIF ) fondée par Bernard Antony . On m’avait demandé, comme rédacteur en chef de ce ue, d’y prononcer quelques mots. Les voici…" Chers défenseurs de l’identité française et chrétienne, je voudrais, en quelques minutes, comme rédacteur du ue L’Observatoire de la Christianophobie, attirer votre attention sur l’ampleur des phénomènes de christianophobie dans notre pays, encore que ce ue “œcuménique” recense chaque jour et depuis le mois de mai 2010, les actes de christianophobie dans le monde entier. J’ai compilé, dans la nuit, les manifestations de christianophobie en France parmi les 1 243 articles publiés et lus 1,4 million de fois, entre le 1er janvier de cette année et le 30 septembre dernier, c’est-à-dire pendant les seuls 9 premiers mois de 2013 : ● Interruptions ou perturbations de Messes ou de cérémonies religieuses : 4 cas . ● Piratages informatiques de sites ou de ues chrétiens : 6 cas . ● Discriminations sociales ou professionnelles contre des chrétiens en raison de leur religion : 8 cas . ● Agressions contre des prêtres ou des religieux : 8 cas . ● Articles ou propos injurieux pour les chrétiens et la religion chrétienne dans les médias de la “bienpensance” : 11 cas . ● Tentatives d’incendies et incendies d’églises ou de lieux de culte chrétiens : 17 cas , quasiment deux par mois ! ● Profanations et actes de vandalisme de cimetières chrétiens : 25 cas , soit environ un tous les dix jours ! ● Profanations d’églises et actes de vandalisme contre et dans des lieux de culte chrétiens : 70 cas , un peu plus de deux par semaine ! ● Insultes publiques contre les chrétiens, blasphèmes publics contre le christianisme, vandalismes ou destructions de symboles ou d’objets chrétiens : 109 cas , environ un tous les deux jours ! Ces quelque 250 cas de manifestations publiques de christianophobie en France, autrement dit quasiment un cas par jour depuis le début de l’année et que j’ai signalés dans un article mis en ligne sur mon ue, ne sont que ceux que j’ai pu découvrir ou que, plus prosaïquement, j’ai eu le temps de traiter… Qu’on ne s’y trompe pas, les chiffres que je viens de vous signaler ne recouvrent pas la totalité des actes de christianophobie en France : ils ne sont que des prélèvements sur un phénomène plus ample, plus profond et en croissance constante. Chacun de ces cas, en soi intolérable, aurait pu donner lieu à une ferme dénonciation publique, voire à une action judiciaire. L’AGRIF est par vocation et statutairement fondée à dénoncer publiquement et à poursuivre pénalement ces innombrables attaques contre notre identité chrétienne, mais, pour cela, il lui en faut les moyens, il lui faut plus de “munitions” pour la bataille et plus d’hommes pour la mener. C’est l’appel que je lance en ce jour du trentième anniversaire de L’AGRIF, car en matière de christianophobie on ne doit rien lâcher, jamais, jamais, jamais… (source Christianophobie) Bienvenue · Welcome · Benvenuti · Bienvenidos
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» Plan du site » Revue de presse » Asie » Extrème Orient » Chine » Archives 2012 - Chine : ChinaAid releases annual report of ChineseGovernment persecution of Christians & churches in Mainland China in 2011 2011 Annual Report: Chinese Government Persecution of Christians & Churches in Mainland China February 1, 2011 Contents Preface: Nehemiah 6:9 & Photos of 2011’s Major News Events I. Summary and Analysis of Government Persecution of Christians and Churches in Mainland China in 2011 II. Chart: Cases of Persecution of Government Christians and Churches in Mainland China in 2011 III. Diagrams Illustrating Government Persecution of Christians and Churches in Mainland China in 2011 Conclusion: “Beijing Terrorism” Cannot Defeat Christ’s Church Preface “They were all trying to frighten us, thinking, ‘Their hands will get too weak for the work, and it will not be completed.’ [But I prayed], ‘Now strengthen my hands.’” Nehemiah 6:9 On April 10, 2011, the first day that Beijing Shouwang Church held its Sunday worship service outdoors, more than 160 church members were taken into police custody. This Reuters file photo shows police herding onto buses church members detained at the church’s designated outdoor worship site. Authorities in Linfen, Shanxi province, prohibited the Linfen church from celebrating Christmas. This photo, provided by overseas Chinese Christians Jenny Chen and Li Fei, shows police vehicles and an armored personnel carrier guarding the road outside the Jindeng Church. Chen was later kidnapped by Tianjin Domestic Security Protection agents and beaten. I. Summary and Analysis of Government Persecution of Christians and Churches in Mainland China in 2011 The Year of “Beijing Terrorism” and of the Church Shining Bright Government persecution of Christians and churches in China worsened significantly in 2011. In comparing the total number of persecution cases, the number of people persecuted, the number detained, the number sentenced, the number of abuse cases and the number of people abused with the same figures for 2010, the total of all six categories showed a jump of 42.5% over the previous year. Compared with the statistics in ChinaAid’s past annual reports, this trend of worsening persecution has persisted for the past six years, with an average annual increase of 33.1% in the total of all six categories of persecution statistics tracked by ChinaAid. 1. Comprehensive Analysis of the Main Characteristic of and Reason Behind 2011 Persecution: To Curb the Influence of Christianity on Society In addition to continuing the 2008 and 2009 practice of “targeting house church leaders and churches in urban areas” and 2010’s “attacking Christian human rights lawyers groups and using abuse, torture and mafia tactics,” the focus of the persecution in 2011 was on increasing the intensity of attacks against Christians and house churches with societal impact. In December 2010, the Communist Party Central Committee’s Public Security Commission issued a secret document to target China’s house churches in the implementation of its special suppression campaign “Operation Deterrence.” The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom in an April 20, 2011 statement said, “In a February 2011 speech, Wang Zu’on [ sic – correct spelling is Zuo’an], head of China's State Administration for Religious Affairs (SARA), called on government officials to renew efforts to ‘guide’ unregistered Protestants to worship in state-sanctioned churches and ‘break’ large churches like Shouwang into small groups. He also outlined efforts to further deny Chinese Catholics the freedom to make bishop appointments with the Vatican’s approval, require Muslims to pass political tests to go on pilgrimages, and better manage Tibetan Buddhist monasteries and unregistered shrines.” (http://www.uscirf.gov/news-room/press-releases/3582-china-uscirf-urges-halt-to-detentions-during-easter-roll-back-of-new-efforts-to-control-religious-groups.html) Looking back at the situation in 2011 reveals that the persecution inflicted on churches as a whole and the deterioration of religious freedom overall in China resulted from the strict implementation of Wang Zuo’an’s guidelines, which were undoubtedly the policy decision of the Communist Party Central Committee. The effect of this policy-making decision was to suppress the ever-expanding influence on Chinese society of religion, especially of Christianity. Two major cases are representative of the 2011 practice of targeting influential house churches for persecution: the large-scale suppression of Beijing Shouwang Church for 38 continuous weeks, and the continued strict surveillance and suppression of the Linfen church in Shanxi province since it was banned in 2009. Targeting Churches with Societal Influence: In the 38 weeks beginning on April 20 and continuing through Dec. 25, there were more than 1,000 detentions of members of Beijing Shouwang Church. Several hundred other church members were placed under house arrest by the police and Domestic Security Protection agents. During this time, some believers were verbally and physically abused while in detention, and some lost their jobs or were evicted due to government pressure on their employers and landlords. The church’s pastors and elders were confined under house arrest the entire time and deprived of their liberty. The church in Linfen, Shanxi province is still being suppressed and under strict surveillance today. From September to November 2009, some 5,000 Christians from the church in Linfen were persecuted by the government, including more than 100 who suffered injuries from beatings and 10 church leaders who were sentenced to prison terms ranging from two to seven years. Subsequently, the government continued to persecute the Christians from this church, strictly prohibiting the church from resuming its activities. During the 2011 Christmas season, large numbers of police vehicles, and even at least one armored personnel carrier, were mobilized to seal off the church’s main meeting point, Jindeng (Golden Lampstand) Church. Special mention needs to be made of the fact that, when an overseas Chinese Christian from Canada, Jenny Chen, and her daughter made a special trip to China during the Christmas season to visit with the brothers and sisters of Beijing Shouwang Church and the Linfen church in Shanxi, they were followed and threatened by Domestic Security Protection agents. In January 2012, Ms. Chen was abducted by Tianjian Domestic Security Protection agents and secretly interrogated and beaten. (See http://www.chinaaid.org/2012/01/new-years-visit-to-shouwang-church.html and http://www.chinaaid.org/2012/01/overseas-christians-pay-christmas-day.html.) There were also some more typical cases. They include the detention of 11 house church leaders and Christians in the Tibetan capital of Lhasa in or around October 2011. They were held for nearly a month before being released at different times. During that time, some other Christians were verbally abused and beaten and had some 2,000 copies of the Bible in Tibetan confiscated. This case of persecution also was due to the growing societal influence in Tibet of Christians and the church. In September 2011, Mengfu (Blessed) Student Fellowship in Ulanqab, Inner Mongolia, was banned and its leader detained and fined. His crime was evangelizing students. Targeting Christians with Societal Influence: The Chinese government’s suppression in 2011 of Christians with societal influence actually began in December 2010 with the persecution of Dr. Fan Yafeng and Yu Jie. Fan Yafeng is a well-known scholar of constitutional law, a church leader and a leading activist in the citizens’ rights protection movement; Yu Jie is a well-known Christian writer and public intellectual. After putting Yu Jie under house arrest for more than a year, the government in January 2012 allowed him and his wife and their young son to leave for the United States. Fan Yafeng, his wife and their young son remain under house arrest to this day, with Domestic Security Protection agents standing guard round-the-clock at the door of their apartment. In 2011, some other Christians with societal influence were also persecuted in various ways. The Uyghur house church leader Alimujiang in Xinjiang has now served four years in prison, and in February 2011, his appeal was rejected and his original 15-year sentence was upheld; the vice-president of the Chinese House Church Alliance, Shi Enhao, was sentenced in July 2011 to two years of re-education through labor. Many well-known Christian human rights lawyers were persecuted: Jiang Tianyong and Li Fangping in Beijing and Guangzhou’s Tang Jingling all were abducted and tortured by the government; Beijing human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng, after being abducted by the authorities and “disappeared” for 20 months, was sent to a remote prison in the far western region of Xinjiang to serve a three-year prison sentence. Some well-known Christian lawyers and political dissidents also were punished: Chen Wei from Sichuan province and Chen Xi from Guizhou province were sentenced to nine- and 10-year prison terms, respectively; Zhu Yufu from Zhejiang province is still in jail awaiting the result of his trial nearly a year after his arrest. Beijing’s Ni Yulan and her husband, Dong Jiqin, are in jail awaiting trial and sentencing. A well-known Christian in the film and visual arts, Jiang Yaxi, is also in prison awaiting trial. For other similar cases, see our top 10 list of 2011’s persecution cases: http://www.chinaaid.org/2012/01/chinaaid-picks-2011s-top-10-cases-of.html Against the backdrop of China’s dark political and cultural environment, it is inevitable that the rapid growth of the church would create “a city on a hill—a light in society” effect, giving the Chinese people great hope and the powerful force of transformed lives. This kind of positive influence clearly has had the effect of putting the Communist ideology under attack, which is exactly what those defenders of totalitarianism fear and is why they so ruthlessly engage in harsh repression and splitting and dividing. This is the attitude and the policy taken by the ultra-leftist political ideologues represented by the Hu Jintao government toward Christianity and all religions that have a powerful influence on society. 2. Statistical and schematic analysis of the overall persecution of Christians and churches in 2010 Government persecution of Christians and churches and in China worsened significantly in 2011 as compared with 2010. The total of six categories of persecution statistics tracked by ChinaAid (number of persecution cases, number of people persecuted, number detained, number sentenced, the number of abuse cases and the number of people abused) showed a jump of 42.5% over 2010. It should be noted that the information collected by ChinaAid about persecution cases in China is but the tip of the iceberg. Be that as it may, these cases come from most of the provinces and municipalities across China are diverse and affected urban and rural house churches, Three-Self churches, Catholic churches, as well as individual Christians, including clergy, human rights lawyers, political dissidents and artists. Taken together, they are sufficient to reflect the overall situation and severity of the persecution suffered by churches and Christians in 2011. In 2011, ChinaAid collected information on 93 cases of persecution across the country, up 3.3% from 2010. The 4,322 people who were persecuted (337 of whom were clergy) represented a 29.3% increase over the previous year. The 1,289 people who were detained (267 of whom were clergy) was an increase of 131.8% over the previous year. Four people were sentenced, a 33.3% drop over the previous year. There were 24 cases of abuse (beating and verbal abuse, torture, and physical and mental abuse), an increase of 33.3% over the previous year. Seventy-six people were abused, up 20.6% over the previous year. Comparing the data in the above six categories – total number of persecution cases, total number of people persecuted, number of people arrested, number of people sentenced, total number of abuse cases, and total number of people abused – the overall situation of persecution can be statistically represented as being 42.5% worse than in 2010, 63.7% worse than in 2009, 95% worse than in 2008, 261% worse than in 2007 and 318.1% worse than in 2006. Please see the graph below. Having reported on the overall situation of church persecution in mainland China and the five main characteristics of the persecution, the rest of this report will examine the situation in 2011 in greater detail through case studies, statistical analysis and diagrams. II. Chart: Cases of Persecution of Government Christians and Churches in Mainland China in 2011 (A PDF of the full report, including this chart, is available here .) III. Diagrams Illustrating Government Persecution of Christians and Churches in Mainland China in 2011 (A PDF of the full report, including these diagrams, is available here .) Conclusion: Beijing Terrorism Cannot Defeat Christ’s Church In the year just ended, China’s Communist regime has succeeded in creating an atmosphere of terror among the Chinese people―throughout the country but particularly in Beijing―by skirting the nation’s judicial system to punish its own citizens, in violation of the nation’s laws, through abduction, forced disappearance, torture, abuse, mentally and physically destructive abuse, treating family members as guilty-by-association, etc. In 2011, more than 100 influential lawyers and human rights activists―both Christians and non-Christians―were “disappeared,” tortured, put under surveillance or sentenced. The number of people who were threatened by or forced “to drink tea” with police or Domestic Security Protection agents exceeded 1,000. In 2011, Christians and churches in Beijing experienced wide-ranging persecution, accounting for a large proportion of the persecution nationwide and throughout the year. Across the country, many Christians and churches were forced, after they had been terrorized by the persecution, to keep quiet; they were too afraid to say anything openly about their suffering. That’s why ChinaAid has not reported some of the cases it has collected information about, or delayed in reporting some cases. This kind of “Beijing terrorism” persecution is carried out in two main ways: torture and guilt-by-association. These measures were first used on human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng and became standard procedure starting with the treatment of Dr. Fan Yafeng, a leader in the rights defense movement. The methods of torture that have been used so far have been varied, but all are aimed at destroying a person’s body, will and spirit. One frequently used method is repeated blows to the head. This kind of violent abuse designed to destroy a person’s spirit has been used on Gao Zhisheng, Fan Yafeng, Yu Jie, Jiang Tianyong and the overseas Chinese woman Jenny Chen from Canada, as well as others. In the Chinese cultural context, beating a person in the head is an extreme form of insult; to a man, it is no less mortifying than a sexual assault is to a woman. Guilt-by-association is another form of “Beijing terrorism.” Starting with Gao Zhisheng, nearly all the families associated with those persecuted churches or Christians with societal influence have without fail been punished or threatened to varying degrees. Commonly used methods include: house arrest, being followed, threats, surveillance, insults, harassment, beatings, and putting pressure on adults through their workplaces or on students and children through their schools. Victims of this form of persecution include Gao Zhisheng’s wife and children, Fan Yafeng’s wife and child, Jiang Tianyong’s wife and child, Tang Jingling’s wife and mother, Shi Enhao’s children, and ChinaAid spokesman Mark Shan’s brother, Randy C. Shan, who lives in China. Torture and guilt-by-association have a long history in China. After Deng Xiaoping, who suffered greatly from these methods during the Mao era, took power in the late 1970s, he was partially successful in doing away with the evil tradition of guilt-by-association. In the past five years, however, the Hu Jintao government has resumed the rampant use of torture and guilt-by-association. Once this Pandora’s box in Chinese culture is opened, it will be difficult to close, and will become a vicious cycle. The existence of “Beijing Terrorism” is not just because of the Hu Jintao government’s pursuit of ultra-leftist ideology and governance that undermines the rule of law, it also is related to the weak attitude taken by the Western world. Through its treatment of Gao Zhisheng, Liu Xiaobo, Fan Yafeng, Teng Biao, Chen Guangcheng, and Uyghur Christian Alimujiang, the Beijing regime was using these typical cases to test just how weak the response might be from the Western world, especially the United States, when the human rights of the Chinese people, including the minority groups, are trampled upon. As a result, Beijing is becoming ever more emboldened in its internal repression and external “money diplomacy.” These embarrassing facts are not only China’s sorrow, they are also evidence of the failure of the power of world justice. The failure of international efforts to bring about justice is not necessarily because Communist China today is stronger and more powerful than Germany and Japan were during World War II or the Soviet Union was during the Cold War. Rather, it is because the international community—in particular the Western world—is no longer staunchly guarding and holding fast to the concepts of freedom, justice and human rights as it once had. The result is fear when noble sacrifice is necessary and retreat when a price must be paid. Added to which is the lure of money and personal interests. All of these factors corrupt the spirit and dissipate courage, spreading ever wider―just like the current economic crisis. In this unsettling situation, however, there is reason for hope. And that is in the fact that the church in China, in defending and fighting for its rights strictly for faith reasons, is doing so in a non-violent, law-abiding way. And the effect this has had on society, politics, culture and ethics is further reason for hope. This has demonstrated that China’s house churches have become the backbone of efforts to promote freedom of religion, human rights and the rule of law and is the cornerstone for the development of a civil society in China. ChinaAid founder and president Bob Fu said, “House churches in China which are committed to the sole headship of Christ in the church and to evangelism must operate as illegal groups conducting so-called ‘illegal religious activities,’ and consequently must be ready to suffer the administrative penalties inflicted by the state.” Indeed! China’s Christians need not place their hopes on any government or any organization, but rather, they rely entirely on the head of church alone―the Lord Jesus Christ―and remain faithful to this great God. Over the past 60 years of bloody punishment by the state, the church in China has steadily grown and matured. Is this not the most powerful testimony to the work of the Holy Spirit? So let us boast in the Lord Jehovah, and in this way answer those who persecute and ridicule us. “May the favor of the Lord our God rest upon us; establish the work of our hands for us--yes, establish the work of our hands.” Psalm 90: 17 (Source Chinaaid.org)