BEIJING (AP) – State terrorism against churches in China continues despite fears of coronavirus. The latest controversy is the removal of the cross by the authorities during the closure of temples in Guang, China’s Anhui province, following the government’s directive on coronation. Last week, a temple in Jiangsu, in the city of Bob Fu Yixing town, was destroyed by government officials. Observers say the challenge posed by the Communist regime to the believer community is terrible, despite the world going through a crisis and the country being blamed for the origin of Covid.
In February, Xiao Baolong, a notorious anti-Christian saint, was appointed head of the Chinese Administrative Office in Hong Kong, following the destruction of thousands of churches in the Eastern province of Zhejiang. Meanwhile, the number of deaths due to the coronation in China has reached 3270.