Czech Republic: The CCP's Persecution of Falun Gong Shocks Teachers and Students

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On April the 9th 2006, Czech Falun Gong practitioners were invited again by Balon Normal College to introduce the brutal persecution of Falun Gong practitioners to students who are going to graduate soon.

“It’s too horrible!” said students again and again after they heard that the CCP regime carried out genocide just because Falun Gong practitioners won’t give up their belief in “truthfulness, compassion, tolerance”.

In this class, students understood that Falun Gong is an ancient cultivation method originating from China, based on the principles of “Truthfulness, Compassion, and Tolerance”, and benefits people’s health in body and mind. As a result a great number of Chinese people practise Falun Gong. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has brutally persecuted Falun Gong since 1999 and over 2,800 practitioners have lost their lives.

Students also watched a film about the persecution and learned to practise the Falun Gong exercises at the end of the class. The teachers were concerned about human rights issues a lot. Falun Gong practitioners naturally talked about the crime of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners. According to witnesses, Falun practitioners in the CCP concentration camps and labour camps have had their internal organs illegally harvested when they were still alive and then their bodies were cremated.

Doctors at some hospitals in China during telephone interviews guarantee they can offer fresh human organs for transplantation in just a few days. However, it takes several years and even longer under normal circumstance. This reveals the Chinese Communist regime is accelerating the killing of their victims in order to destroy the witnesses and evidence of their atrocities.
All the students signed their names on the petition form to request the international organisations to investigate the CCP concentration and labour camps.

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