China Retaliates with Sanctions Against US, Canadian Religious Freedom Officials
CBN - The Chinese government announced a number of sanctions Saturday against American religious-rights officials and Canadian officials for condemning the country's abusive treatment of Muslims and other minorities.
Gayle Manchin, wife of Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and the chair of the U.S. government's advisory Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) was banned from entering any part of China. Tony Perkins, vice chair for USCIRF was sanctioned as well.
China also targeted Canadian lawmaker Michael Chong, vice-chair of parliament's Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development, Reuters reports.
Just this month, Chong submitted a report revealing the offenses committed in Xinjiang Province in China, detailing the communist regime's abuse of human rights and genocide against Uyghur Muslims.
Chong stated that he would "wear (the sanctions) as a badge of honor. This demonstrates that parliamentarians are being effective in drawing attention to the genocide of the Uyghur people that is taking ....READ MORE
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