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Chinese Christian/Buddhist are and have been persecuted in China they have been sent for re education camps.
Jehovah's Witness are consider a dangerous cult and members meeting are stopped their homes and raided their follow by police.
All religions and people with different believe are persecuted in China.
Not really.

Jehovah's witnesses are quite often a front for the CIA. As long as religion doesn't interfere with the government they'll leave you alone.
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Chinese Christian/Buddhist are and have been persecuted in China they have been sent for re education camps.
Jehovah's Witness are consider a dangerous cult and members meeting are stopped their homes and raided their follow by police.
All religions and people with different believe are persecuted in China.
No they aren't. In general, religious people of all denominations are free to practice. Freedom of religion is enshrined in the Chinese constitution. It is usually political considerations that leads to persecution of specific groups, rather than religious. The different approach by the state towards Uyghur Muslims and Hui Muslims is a perfect example.
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No they aren't. In general, religious people of all denominations are free to practice. Freedom of religion is enshrined in the Chinese constitution. It is usually political considerations that leads to persecution of specific groups, rather than religious. The different approach by the state towards Uyghur Muslims and Hui Muslims is a perfect example.
They are allowed the freedom to religious practice under state control for example people can go state approved churches/Mosques/Temples with books that are approved by government. If they start their own non state approved church/Mosque/temple they can end up being imprisoned and sent to re education camps. Free of religion under government control.
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They are allowed the freedom to religious practice under state control for example people can go state approved churches/Mosques/Temples with books that are approved by government. If they start their own non state approved church/Mosque/temple they can end up being imprisoned and sent to re education camps. Free of religion under government control.
All freedom of religion is under government control, in every country.
The reality is that China is not as religiously repressive as you try to make out. The majority of religious people practice freely, without persecution, as is their right under the Chinese constitution.
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All freedom of religion is under government control, in every country.
The reality is that China is not as religiously repressive as you try to make out. The majority of religious people practice freely, without persecution, as is their right under the Chinese constitution.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antire...aigns_in_China
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It is no secret that the Chinese government has an appalling human rights record, but simply being religious is not generally the cause for attention. If you read through that Wiki article, there is usually a political or social element involved. There are tens of millions of religious Chinese citizens who are not targeted and who are able to practice their faith freely.
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