Tuesday, October 11, 2022
Punishing Namāz Prayer in Prison, Part II: “Illegal Religious Activity”
A photo of the Id Kah Mosque, the largest in China, in Kashgar, Xinjiang, taken in 2017. The photographer noted that worshippers had their I...
Tuesday, October 4, 2022
Punishing Namāz Prayer in Prison, Part I: “Sabotaging Prison Supervision”
A clock hanging in a Turkish mosque showing Muslim prayer times. Image credit: LooiNL Muslims around the world are obliged to perform five ...
Tuesday, September 20, 2022
Rare Sentence Reduction for Falun Gong Follower
Shaoguan Intermediate People’s Court, which granted Yu a seven-month sentence reduction. Image credit: Baidu Maps Acts of clemency for Chin...
Wednesday, July 20, 2022
“All People Act Together” Supporters Imprisoned, Part II: Public Disruption, Limited Reach
A logo used by the APAT. Image credit: 時事能見度 YouTube page Read Part I here. The “All People Act Together” (APAT), or quanmin gongzhen (全民共...
Thursday, July 14, 2022
"All People Act Together" Supporters Imprisoned, Part I: Social Media Campaign Draws Ire
A screenshot from a video about the “All People Act Together” campaign. Image credit: 一平論政 Youtube page “All People Act Together” (APAT), ...
Wednesday, June 22, 2022
Patriotic Acts as Cause for Non-Prosecution
Changle government building. Image credit: Google images Chinese prosecutors have the discretion not to indict an accused when the evidence...
Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Crimes of Extremism, Part II: Harsh Sentences, Low Transparency in Xinjiang
A Chinese propaganda poster denouncing extremism. In 2018, the poster went viral after a social media user noticed that one of the poster’s ...
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