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  • Holland: Telling the Mayor about the Persecution of Falun Dafa

    The mayor said, "I know all about Falun Gong. He looked at me, probably not expecting anyone in his city to practise Falun Gong. I showed him some materials about the Chinese Communist Party taking organs from living victims, including Falun Gong practitioners. He looked for a moment and said, "Too terrible, too terrible. These people are too bad; I will read this material carefully." I also told him some experiences of mine; he listened with attention. I finally said that just because of this, I have not seen my daughter for seven years. The Mayor's wife said: "This is one of the most intolerable things. Thank you for telling us your story."
  • Lithuania: Political Heavyweights Attend Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance International Art Exhibition and Condemn CCP Brutality

    At the beginning of May, Falun Gong practitioners held the Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance International Art Exhibition in Vytautas University, Kaunas city. Several Lithuanian political heavyweights attended the art exhibition and condemned the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for its persecution of Falun Gong.
  • Belgian MPs Publish an Open Letter Urging European Governments to Restrain the New Genocide Happening in China

    Belgian MPs Jan Peumans and Jan Loones published an open letter demanding an investigation into the harvest of organs in Chinese concentration camps, their sale fro transplant operations, and the subsequent cremation of bodies. The letter demanded that European governments take immediate action, utilising all possible avenues to stop this new round of genocide from happening in mainland China.
  • French MP Nicolas Dupont-Aignan Appeals to Restrain the Persecution and Killing of Falun Gong Practitioners

    Recently, Falun Gong practitioners have been writing to the MP of the Esson area and the Mayor of Yerres city, Mr. Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, to tell them about the CCP's savage persecution of Falun Gong practitioners. Subsequently, Mr. Dupont-Aignan wrote a letter to the French Minister for Foreign Affairs, appealing to the French authorities to take immediate action to stop these crimes. Both letters are reproduced here.
  • Danish MP Calls for an Urgent Investigation into Concentration Camps in China

    "This kind of thing must be stopped. What I mean is that the International Red Cross should be allowed to investigate the true situation in there, just as the situation happened in the Gulag concentration camps and Nazi concentration camps in those years. It is most important that the international societies investigate what has really happened there, rather than merely base the situation on this report. It counts for much, so the international societies should exert pressure on the CCP."
  • Slovakia: The Mayor of Spisska Nova Ves Condemns the Torture of Falun Gong Practitioners by Government Authorities in China

    "After reading your letter, as well as the testimonies stated in it and description of the oppression and torture of people believing in Falun Gong, I strongly condemn such practises by the government authorities in China and I join, in this way, other pro-democracy oriented people and appeal to the highest government representatives in China to stop the torture and killing of innocent people."
  • Denmark: An MEP Raises Enquiries Regarding Organ Harvesting by the CCP

    "The Chinese government is now brutally violating human rights. According to reports on the internet, the Vice-Minister of the Public Security, Liu Jin, said: “Eliminate Falun Gong before the Olympic Games in 2008.” According to the reports, the Chinese regime systematically killed Falun Gong practitioners in the secret Sujiatun concentration camp, and no one ever left the facility alive. Some Falun Gong practitioners were murdered and their organs were removed. Even some live practitioners’ organs were taken out because it is more valuable than from dead bodies."
  • Belgian Member of Parliament Raises Parliamentary Question about Organ Harvesting Against Falun gong Practitioners

    "Last week, more and more reports came out about the fact that in China prison camps are built for Falun Gong practitioners. In a certain camp it is said there are more then six thousand Falun Gong practitioners and yet nobody has come out alive. According to certain messages the camp in Shenyang contains a crematorium and an unusually large number of doctors are working there. The reason for this would be the fact that there are practices whereby prisoners are killed for their organs which are being sold for profit. The messages are so shocking that they seem unbelievable. Meanwhile different witnesses appeared who confirm those reports and also according to journalistic and scientific sources those prison camps do actually exist."
  • Motion on the Organ-Harvesting Case is Recommended in Council of Europe

    The second steering committee meeting of the Council of Europe in 2006 was held in Strasbourg from April 10th to 13th. 11 representatives of the COE raised a motion to ask for a hearing on the case which was recently exposed to the public regarding the CCP crimes of organ-harvesting from live Falun Gong practitioners.
  • France: Letter from French MP to the French Foreign Minister Regarding the Persecution of Falun Gong

    Mr. Bernard Piras, a member of the French parliament, wrote a letter to the French Foreign Minister on 1st March 2006 regarding the inhumane torture and persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China. French Member of Parliament Mr. Bernard Piras urged the French Foreign Minister to pay attention to human rights violations happening in China, in particular the cruel practice of organ removal from living people, which violates basic human rights.
  • Members of the European Council Reply to Practitioners' Letters Regarding the Removal of Falun Gong Practitioners' Organs by the Chinese Communist Party

    "I paid a high degree of attention to the report by the Washington Post you sent me about 6,000 people detained in a secret concentration camp in northern China and the removal of organs which were sold for profit. This is an incident that the human rights subcommittee of the European Council's foreign relations committee definitely must conduct an investigation into."
  • Swiss MPs and International NGOs Condemn the Crimes of the CCP Concentration Camp

    "We feel very painful whenever we hear that those who are asking for freedom of belief and speech as stated in the International Human Rights Convention are being persecuted. We are urgently requesting the international community to together call for the end of crimes against humanity and take action to rescue the 2,000 Falun Gong practitioners who are still locked up in the Concentration Camp. The free and civilized world cannot keep silent and remain completely indifferent to these horrible incidents happening right now."
  • German Members of Parliament Condemn the Persecution of Falun Gong

    An MP in Southern Germany wrote: "The realization of global basic human rights is an important humane foundation of German foreign trade. Improving human rights and setting up human rights organizations is very important to the German government. Thus, the German government pays a great deal of attention to the human rights situation in China. The incident you mentioned in the letter is intolerable and should be subject to the most severe punishment."
  • Switzerland: Swiss MPs and International NGOs Condemn the Barbarity of the CCP's Concentration Camps

    On April 3rd 2006, Falun Gong practitioners from countries all over Europe held a rally at the headquarters of the UN Human Rights Committee in Geneva, strongly condemning the crimes of the CCP, who barbarously persecuted Falun Gong practitioners by removing their organs and then burning their bodies to eliminate the evidence.
  • The UK Government is Concerned about Human Organ Harvesting in China

    “The UK Government is concerned about the practice of organ harvesting from prisoners subject to the death penalty in China and reports of illegal trafficking of organs. We understand that some 600,000 people in China each year require organ transplants and that there is a great shortage of organs due to social taboos about transplants. We also understand that the Chinese Government has acknowledged the practice of organ harvesting from these prisoners and the trade in their organs.”