On April the 20th and April 21st, Falun Gong practitioners protested in Ostrava and Frydek-Mistek against the CCP removing live Falun Gong practitioners’ organs. When the two cities’ citizens understood the truth of the continuous cruel persecution against Falun Gong by the CCP they signed the petitions to urge the Czech Republic President to ask the CCP to immediately release all Falun Gong practitioners who are imprisoned in the secret concentration camps.
The main goal of this activity is to tell people about the incident of harvesting organs in China, which has been disclosed recently. Falun Gong practitioners’ organs were forcibly removed while they were still alive and traded on the black market; they were mainly sold to rich foreigners.
The flyers distributed included the following facts: since the CCP started to persecute Falun Gong in 1999, the amount of organ transplants in China has increased rapidly; the testimony of establishing thirty six concentration camps under the command of the CCP and the interviews with the personnel who witnessed the crimes.
People wanted to understand the truth very much and expressed their deep sympathy to the practitioners who suffered such a brutal persecution in China just because they believed in Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance. People’s sympathy not only reflected their words, but also their actions.
We prepared the petitions to urge the President of the Czech Republic to ask the CCP to immediately release all Falun Gong practitioners who are imprisoned in the secret concentration camps. More than two hundred people signed in Frydek-Mistek city, and almost three hundred people signed in Ostrava.
Two girls asked for blank petitions to bring back to their classmates to sign.
An elderly man asked for flyers and posters to let people who live in his house understand this persecution. Another young man asked for some leaflets to take to his workplace.
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