From July 6th 2006, Falun Gong practitioners at the University of Augsburg in Southern Germany organised a two-week long activity, appealing for the urgent rescue of Falun Gong practitioner Wang Xiaoyan in China and for the immediate end to the harvesting of organs from living people by the Chinese Communist regime.
Wang Xiaoyan lived in Dalian City, Liaoning Province. She is the wife of Zhang Zhendan who currently studies in Germany. Both of them are Falun Gong practitioners. Ms. Wang was unable to join her husband in Germany because the Chinese police confiscated her passport. On May 27th this year, she was abducted by police when she left home for work. Police then forcibly entered her home and took away her computer, printer, external hard drive, Falun Gong books and many other things. She is currently being detained in the Yaojia Detention Centre in Dalian.
A year ago, Zhang Zhendan studied at the University of Augsburg, and many people in the university know him. When students learned about the atrocities of organ harvesting from live Falun Gong practitioners by the Chinese Communist regime and the news of Ms. Wang’s detention by the Chinese police, they signed the two petitions without any hesitation.
A Falun Gong practitioner who organised this activity said that because in Mainland China, almost all forced labour camps and detention centres are involved in the organ harvesting of live Falun Gong practitioners, they decided to combine the two topics, rescuing Wang Xiaoyan and exposing the CCP’s organ harvesting.
According to a witness statement from a veteran military doctor in Shenyang city, Chinese officials falsified at least sixty thousand signatures on consent forms for donating organs. A student wrote: "The Western countries should immediately stop people from having organ transplants and purchasing organs in China. If German citizens go to China to purchase organs, they should be instantly fined and jailed."
Another student wrote: "Don’t trade with any countries where there are no basic human rights." Three more students agreed with the above statement.
Other student wrote: "China has no human rights. It is terrible." "Everyone has the right to protect one’s health and life. Respecting this right is the duty of every human being for the sake of all mankind."
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