The barring of the Lausanne delegates from leaving the country

Posted: January 8, 2011 in Open Doors, Persecuted
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China Aid Association Picks 2010’s Top 10 Cases of Persecution of Churches and Christians in China

The Third Lausanne Congress on Global Evangelization was held from Oct. 16 to Oct. 26, 2010, in Cape Town, South Africa. Some 4,000 church leaders from more than 200 countries and regions attended the congress. The Chinese government, however, used violent methods to crack down relentlessly on the 200 Chinese house church representatives invited to the congress and used all sorts of methods to prevent them from going to attend the conference. Starting in September, Uygher Christian representatives in Xinjiang, delegates in Inner Mongolia and Han Chinese delegates arriving in Beijing were all targeted by the government for “talks” and threats; confronted at their homes or at the airport and not allowed to leave; and beaten and had their passports confiscated. In some cases, even family members were targeted. The main victims of this nationwide persecution were leaders of house churches, leading to an escalation of the conflict between the house churches and the government that is bound to have a long-lasting and profound impact on

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