Prague Daily Monitor reported on July 20th that about twenty Falun Gong practitioners from Czechoslovakia and other countries gathered at the Chinese Embassy in Prague to protest against the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) persecution of Falun Gong.
The article reported that the CCP began its persecution of Falun Gong on the same day seven years ago. The protest lasted for twenty-four hours. Protesters first read a letter which protested against the CCP’s violation of human rights. Afterwards, they intended to hand the letter in to the Chinese Embassy but did not succeed.
On Thursday night, supporters of Falun Gong lit candles to mourn the Falun Gong practitioners who have been persecuted to death by the CCP. Protesters also simulated the organ harvesting from live Falun Gong practitioners in Chinese prisons. The CCP Minister of Public Security and military hospitals are accused of participating in the crime.
Jakub Smid from the Czech Falun Dafa Association told reporters, “We appeal to parliament to pass a resolution to support the investigation of the crimes happening in the CCP’s concentration camps.
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