Germany: Events Across the Country Draw Support for Ending the Persecution of Falun Gong

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Falun Gong practitioners in Germany held activities in Straubing, Cologne, and Hamburg, telling the public what Falun Gong really is and exposing the brutal persecution in China.

In Straubing, practitioners set up a booth three days in a row during the second largest beer festival in Germany, collecting signatures to condemn the persecution.

Signing a petition to support Falun Gong in front of the Basilica of St. Jacob in downtown Straubing

Kelle, a Syrian immigrant, has studied many religions. After reading a Falun Gong flyer, he was intrigued and he talked to practitioners for a long time. At the end of the conversation, he said: “The teachings of Falun Gong, truthfulness-compassion-forbearance, is the best, because it can elevate one's soul to a very high level.”

Kelle learned all five of the Falun Gong exercises right then and there, and asked for more material to share with his friends.

In Cologne, practitioners demonstrated the exercises, collected signatures, and re-enacted the tortures that practitioners suffer in China. They set up booths at the central train station plaza and the Cologne Cathedral.

Demonstrating the Falun gong exercises Practitioners in Hamburg re-enact tortures suffered by Falun Gong prisoners of conscience in China

At these famous tourist spots, many Chinese visitors had a chance to learn something that they cannot learn in China. Practitioners talked to almost every Chinese passerby about the brutal history of the communist party, particularly the state-sanctioned organ harvesting from Falun Gong during the persecution.

Many Chinese were appalled by the brutality and chose to renounce their memberships in the Communist Party to take a stance against the persecution.

A similar event was held in Hamburg.

People sign a petition to condemn the persecution

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