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Photocopying Hymns Is Now Illegal in China: ‘I Don’t Even Dare’ Do it, Shop Owner Says

Photocopying Hymns Is Now Illegal in China: 'I Don't Even Dare' Do it, Shop Owner Says China has escalated its ban on the printing of religious materials in recent months, inspecting printing houses for possible violations and even prohibiting the copying of hymns, according to a new report.The manager of a printing house in Luoyang... Read more

Chinese Communist Party Imprisons Christian Bookseller, Destroys His ‘Illegal’ Christian Books

Chinese Communist Party Imprisons Christian Bookseller, Destroys His 'Illegal' Christian Books The Chinese Communist Party's crackdown on Christianity is continuing on in the region. This time, it is over selling books.Christian bookstore owner Chen Yu was fined almost 30,000 dollars for selling "illegal" books in China's Zhejiang provinces Taizhou city. The Christian books were imported... Read more

Chinese Officials Offer Citizens $70 for Pictures of Illegal Underground Churches

Chinese Officials Offer Citizens $70 for Pictures of Illegal Underground Churches Government officials in one of Chinas most populous provinces are offering monetary rewards to citizens who report on illegal religious activity venues, including underground churches, according to a new report.In August, the Ethnic and Religious Affairs Bureau of Gushi county in Henan province began... Read more

House May Consider Legislation That Would Make Sex Reassignment Procedures on Minors Illegal

House May Consider Legislation That Would Make Sex Reassignment Procedures on Minors Illegal The U.S. House of Representatives could consider legislation that would make it illegal to perform sex reassignment procedures or interventions on minors.According to Faithwire, Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-Calif.) has introduced H.R. 8012 into the House. The proposal is called Protecting Children from... Read more

The New York Attorney General Is Suing to Dissolve the NRA, Citing Years of Illegal Fraud | RELEVANT Magazine

The New York Attorney General’s office made the extraordinary move to dissolve the National Rifle Association, citing an 18-month investigation that found evidence that the gun rights group is seething with “fraud and abuse.” In a lawsuit, Attorney General Letitia James said the NRA illegally squandered $64 million over a three-year period, misusing charitable... Read more

Bible launches now illegal in South Korea – Mission Network News

South Korea (MNN) — In the latest efforts to stop Scripture from crossing borders into North Korea, South Korean authorities made Bible launches illegal on Friday. A law passed overnight includes heavy fines and bans any activities connected to cross-border balloon or sea bottle launches. Voice of the Martyrs Korea sends Bibles to North Korea... Read more