• What is Falun Gong?
  • Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, is a spiritual practice in the Buddhist tradition that espouses the core tenets of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance. Although introduced to the public in China in 1992, its roots extend back thousands of years. Tens of millions of people practice in China. Falun Gong is also practiced in […]
  • Why is Falun Gong persecuted in China?
  • In 1999, there were 100 million people practicing Falun Gong in China. Because of its popularity and independence, communist leader Jiang Zemin ordered the practice be “eradicated.” Millions have been detained or imprisoned. Over 100,000 have been tortured or abused in custody, and thousands have died from torture in custody.
  • What is forced organ harvesting?
  • The Chinese regime kills Falun Gong practitioners so their organs could be used to fuel China’s booming organ transplant business. In June 2019, a London-based independent tribunal concluded Falun Gong practitioners have been, and continue to be, killed for their organs “on a significant scale.”
  • What does the Chinese Communist Party say about Falun Gong?
  • The Chinese Communist Party has published a barrage of false narratives about Falun Gong over the years in a desperate attempt to dehumanize those who practice. The propaganda also aims to convince the rank and file of the police in China to persecute Falun Gong. The results have been horrific, widespread, and deadly.
What does the Chinese Communist Party say about Falun Gong?
The Chinese Communist Party has published a barrage of false narratives about Falun Gong over the years in a desperate attempt to dehumanize those who practice. The propaganda also aims to convince the rank and file of the police in China to persecute Falun Gong. The results have been horrific, widespread, and deadly.

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  • Chris Smith

    United States Congressman (R-NJ)

    Falun Gong practitioners have been great witnesses of courage and peace. Many members of Falun Gong are great heroes of Internet freedom.

    Freedom House

    The Battle for China's Spirit, March 2017

    Forced extraction of organs from Falun Gong detainees for sale in transplant operations has occurred on a large scale and may be continuing.

    Amnesty International

    March 2000 Report on China

    The crackdown is politically motivated, and the vast majority of its victims are ordinary people who merely exercised peacefully their fundamental rights to freedom of belief.

  • Jiang Tianyong

    Prominent Chinese human rights lawyer subsequently jailed in China

    I defended more than 20 cases involving Falun Gong practitioners. Physical torture was quite common. After their arrest, they were often beaten to the point of being paralyzed or [dying].

    Sarah Cook

    Senior Research Analyst for East Asia, Freedom House 2019

    After nearly 20 years of persecution, Falun Gong survives in China: millions of Chinese still practice the discipline, including hundreds of thousands who have published online statements rescinding denunciations made under torture during ‘transformation’ efforts.

    Freedom House

    Annual Report 2017

    Falun Gong practitioners across China are subject to widespread surveillance, arbitrary detention, imprisonment, and torture, and they are at a high risk of extrajudicial execution.

  • Amnesty International

    2017-2018 Annual Report

    Falun Gong practitioners continued to be subjected to persecution, arbitrary detention, unfair trials and torture and other ill-treatment.

    Edward McMillan Scott

    Former European Parliament Vice President

    We are talking about genocide. The Falun Gong has been singled out. This is why governments must take action.

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