France: Parisians Condemn the On-going Persecution During Rally to Commemorate the April 25 Appeal

Falun Dafa practitioners in Paris held a rally in front of the Chinese Embassy on April 23, 2021, to commemorate the April 25 Appeal in Beijing 22 years ago. Practitioners’ rational and peaceful appeal for their lawful right to practice their belief was remarkable in Chinese history. Practitioners in Paris exposed the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) persecution of Falun Dafa over the past 22 years, and collected signatures on a petition calling for an end to the persecution.

Practitioners peacefully rally in front of the Chinese Embassy in Paris.

Drivers passing the rally waved at practitioners to express their support. Some rolled down their windows to get flyers. Many pedestrians signed the petition when they heard about the CCP’s persecution.

Mr. Tang Hanlong, president of the Falun Dafa Association in France, introduced the background of the April 25 Appeal, and exposed the CCP’s brutal persecution, which is still going on today. He called for people from all walks of life to see through the the CCP’s lies, and choose to stand on the side of justice and conscience.

Mr. Tang Hanlong, president of the Falun Dafa Association in France, addresses the rally.

Mr. Pascal Cossé, an attorney, signed the petition, and said, “The information we learned shows that the Chinese Communist Party is a modern dictatorship. This persecution is appalling. The Communist Party covers up facts and controls everything. It’s like a demon.”

Jennifer, an agricultural technologist, said that the CCP continually brings disasters to the Chinese people. Upon hearing that the CCP had used tortures to force Falun Dafa practitioners to give up their belief, Jennifer said, “This is an inhuman crime!”

Ms. Fiorella Luna (right,) representative of End Transplant Abuse in China (ETAC) in France, gives a speech at the rally.

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