Czech Republic: People Call for an End to the Persecution at a Non-Profit Organisation Exhibition

On the 5th of April 2006, Falun Gong practitioners took part in a non-profit organisation exhibition held in Prague, the capital of Czech republic. There were leaflets in Czech and English and various kinds of pictures at the Falun Gong exhibition booth. Those leaflets and pictures told people that Falun Gong practitioners are suffering the persecution by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). There are even concentration camps in China where Falun Gong practitioner’s organs are removed while they are still alive, while people in the rest of the world can practise Falun Gong freely.

One gentleman stopped before the exhibition booth and said he is very interested in China and knows that the CCP is persecuting Falun Gong, yet he did not expect the CCP to remove organs from live Falun Gong practitioners. He knew the history of the CCP and understood why the persecution took place. In addition, he said the CCP also persecutes a lot of religious groups. When practitioners mentioned the CCP's use of propaganda, he said: "Those communist party regimes are like that."

Few people visited other exhibition booths, yet a lot of people stopped at Falun Gong's booth and talked with practitioners. Most of the people signed their names to call for the end of the persecution. Almost all the people at the exhibition accepted Falun Gong leaflets.

Over eighty non-profit organisations participated in this exhibition, including those in the fields of human rights, environmental, humanitarian aide, and education. Most of them came from Czech Republic but there were also several from Taiwan, central Europe and Eastern Europe.

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