A Little Light in the Shadow of Communism, by Charlie Butts

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By Charlie Butts, OneNewsNow, June 26, 2020

An international coalition against forced abortion and sexual slavery is stepping in to help the elderly women impacted by China’s anti-Christian campaign.

OneNewsNow has reported on the crackdown against the Christian and Muslim faith groups in China in which Christian pastors are forced to preach communist propaganda with the gospel and congregations are forced to mix patriotic songs with hymns.

Now, Bitter Winter, an online watchdog publication on China, reports Christian widows are being punished.

“Bitter Winter reported the story of a Catholic woman in Fuzhou city, Jiangxi province,” Reggie Littlejohn of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers begins. “She has been receiving a small subsidy since her husband died in 2018. But at the end of 2019, local officials threatened her, saying that her subsidy would be stopped unless she would remove images of Jesus from her home.”  …

Read more here:  onenewsnow.com/persecution/2020/06/26/a-little-light-in-the-shadow-of-communism