China’s Religious Persecution in the Age of Covid-19

from Zero Hedge

Authored by Susan Crabtree via,

It’s a portrait of contrasts in the age of pandemic…

In the United States, small but passionate protests have broken out in recent weeks as some workers and worshipers chafe at being quarantined – even as most federal and state governments caution against full and abrupt re-openings.

Meanwhile, in the People’s Republic of China, where the coronavirus originated, citizens live in abject fear over voicing the mildest of criticism about their government’s response to the outbreak and aftermath, including government actions designed to place ethnic and religious minorities in harm’s way.

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