Uighurs

Religious Freedom in Muslim and Christian Lands: Review of Philpott’s Religious Freedom in Islam and Wilken’s Liberty in the Things of God
Religious Freedom in Muslim and Christian Lands: Review of Philpott’s Religious Freedom in Islam and Wilken’s Liberty in the Things of God

It is a common misconception that Christianity is historically the bastion of and main cheerleader for religious freedom and Islam…

China Silences Individuals’ Special Genius as America Nods

America believes “in the dignity of each man, woman, and child. Our entire system is founded on an appreciation of the special genius of each individual.”

China Human Trafficking - How China’s Restrictive Family Planning Policies Have Resulted in Human Rights Violations
How China’s Restrictive Family Planning Policies Have Resulted in Human Rights Violations

Over the past few years, the People’s Republic of China has received international criticism for its harsh treatment of Uighur…

Chinese Government Targets Children to Further Control Uighurs
Chinese Government Targets Children to Further Control Uighurs

As the crisis in Xinjiang continues, new information continues to reveal the Chinese government’s pernicious and deceptive methods of political…

New Report Confirms China Continues to Kill Innocent People for Their Organs
New Report Confirms China Continues to Kill Innocent People for Their Organs

A respected prosecutor chaired a panel of experts to examine whether China ended its practice of organ harvesting in 2006, as Beijing claims. These human rights advocates, physicians, and diverse leaders uncovered haunting violations.

First, They Came for the First Commandment - China - Religious Persecution
First, They Came for the First Commandment

Last November, a government squad in Henan Province, China, removed the First Commandment, “You shall have no other gods before me,” from a display at a state-sanctioned Three-Self Patriotic Movement church because an official determined it was inconsistent with Chinese policy.

Meng Hongwei’s Arrest Shows China Values Economic Progress over Human Rights

China recently arrested Meng Hongwei, who was president of Interpol when the organization revoked a red notice for a human rights activist for the Uighurs.

China’s Crackdown on Christianity
China’s Crackdown on Christianity

China’s actions in the last two months—which have included demolishing church structures, burning Bibles, closing house churches, arresting pastors, and forcing millions of Chinese Christians to sign statements renouncing their faith—represent a dramatic escalation in the Communist Party’s clampdown on religion in China.

Providence Week in Review, June 1: East Asia and Human Rights
Providence Week in Review, June 1: East Asia and Human Rights

This week at Providence we focused on East Asian issues, including religious persecution in China against both Christians and Muslims and whether Trump should address human rights in North Korea if he meets Kim Jong-un.