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【禁聞】美宗教自由特使訪華 中共延簽證



美國國際宗教自由無任所大使蘇珊、約翰遜、庫克(Suzan Johnson Cook)原計劃2月8號啟程前往中國,就宗教自由問題與中共官員舉行會談。



去年,美國國會共和黨籍眾議員史密斯(Rep. Chris Smith)曾經申請簽證要去探望陳光誠,但被拒簽。










The CCP Delayed Issuing Visa to the U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom

American media recently revealed that days ago, despite

the CCP Vice President Xi Jinping's visit to the United States,

the CCP government delayed issuing a visa to the U.S.

Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom.

This has intensely dissatisfied U.S. Congress members.

The State Department spokeswoman, Victoria Nuland, said

the U.S. government negotiated to secure the ambassador's visit to China afterward.

As far as the public is concerned, the CCP forbids Chinese

people from choosing their own religious beliefs because

they are fearful of discussing religious freedom with the U.S.

due to the lethal impact it could have on the party regime.

The United States Ambassador-at-Large for International

Religious Freedom, Suzan Johnson Cook,

had planned to visit China on February 8th to discuss

religious freedom with CCP officials.

According to a Washington Post report, just several days

before Xi Jinping's visit to the U.S.,

CCP officials refused to issue a visa to Ambassador Cook

or discuss religious freedom issues with her, saying that they were still not ready to talk.

Last year, the Republican Congressman Chris Smith applied

for a visa to visit Chen Guangcheng in China. However, the application was denied by the CCP.

The Chinese democratic activist Zou commented that the

CCP delayed approval of Ambassador Cook's visa

because they are afraid of any form of freedom, including

religious freedom and discussing any human rights issues.

(Chinese democratic activist Zou): ”The CCP authority is

especially scared of new belief groups such as Falun Gong.

From the beginning, practicing Falun Gong had nothing to do

with governors, and there was no reason to interfere,

but the CCP chose to suppress and persecute the practitioners.

This is a typical example of how the CCP deals with religious issues.

These problems are never settled well at the most

fundamental level.”

Since 1999, the CCP started its persecution of Falun Gong

practitioners. According to the record from Minghui.org,

at least 3,507 practitioners have been persecuted to death

and hundreds of millions more are illegally imprisoned.

However, the CCP has been trying to conceal the truth with

its propaganda tools and diplomatic measures while

they continue harvesting live organs from Falun Gong

practitioners for excessive profits.

As Xi Jinping visits, the Falun Gong practitioners from across

the U.S. gathered in Washington D.C. on February 14th

to urge Xi to investigate all the officials involved in Falun Gong

persecution since 1999.

They also called for an end to the persecution, and

to bring Jiang Zemin and other culprits to justice.

In addition, underground Christians and dissidents are under

the CCP's suppression and persecution in Mainland China.

(Christian Mr. Zhou from Xinjiang Province): ”There's no need

to argue about this (the CCP's persecutions). In China it's just the reality.

The CCP government definitely will never support any

religious belief.”

An American Christian organization, China Aid Association,

pointed out in their annual report that

last year the Christians in Mainland China have encountered

the most severe suppression and persecution in the last 20 years.

NTD reporters Tang Rui and Wang Mingyu