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(Compass) – The relatives of three Christians being held in labor camps in mainland China have appealed to local authorities for an explanation of their crimes. A letter of appeal was also received by Christians in Hong Kong , detailing the arrests of the three men, who were sentenced to “re-education through labor” camps without trial. Meanwhile China has rejected charges of religious repression published in last week’s report of the United States Commission on Religious Freedom. Foreign Ministry spokesman Kong Quan denied allegations of religious rights abuse and insisted that “Freedom of religious belief is protected by China ’s constitution and other laws.”