'Religious repression in China is getting worse' [VIDEO]

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'Religious repression in China is getting worse' [VIDEO]



Two European human rights experts recently visited Jeju Island to meet members of the Church of Almighty God, who claim to have fled religious persecution in China.

Massimo Introvigne, an Italian sociologist of religion, and Rosita Soryte, a former Lithuanian diplomat and president of the International Observatory for Religious Liberty of Refugees, sat down with Korea Times Digital Managing Editor Oh Young-jin in Seoul to discuss the issues with regard to the asylum seekers and religious freedom in China.




Two European human rights experts recently visited Jeju Island to meet members of the Church of Almighty God, who claim to have fled religious persecution in China.

Massimo Introvigne, an Italian sociologist of religion, and Rosita Soryte, a former Lithuanian diplomat and president of the International Observatory for Religious Liberty of Refugees, sat down with Korea Times Digital Managing Editor Oh Young-jin in Seoul to discuss the issues with regard to the asylum seekers and religious freedom in China.


Oh Young-jin foolsdie5@koreatimes.co.kr


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