Dozens of Christians arrested in China
Catholic World News - July 31, 2013
Police in Beijing arrested at least 34 members of a Protestant church during an outdoor worship service, according to an AsiaNews report.
“At least 34 believers were taken away from locations near the platform or from home,” said Rev. Jin Tianming, pastor of Shouwang Church.
The church is not recognized by China’s Communist government, and since 2011 authorities have forced them to meet outside.
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