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(ANS) – To ensure that the plight of Christians living in China continues to be told, the Committee for Investigation on Persecution of Religion in China (CIPRC) is periodically releasing stories documenting their brutal treatment. CIPRC’s Chief Secretary John Lee said in a previous e-mail interview, “We have mobilized thousands of brave house church Christians in China to investigate and collect the persecution cases. They have interviewed 560,000 house church Christians from 22 provinces, and have obtained invaluable first-hand information of over-two-million-word testimonies full of blood and tears and many photos as well.” This is a recent story from CIPRC. According to an e-mail from the organization, on May 14 2003, two evangelists were arrested and tortured in Fuyang City , Anhui Province. That afternoon, according to CIPRC, Zhiming Guo, 22, a woman from Fuyang City , and Caixia Zhang, a woman also from Fuyang City , went out intending to share the gospel in Kaiqin Jiaozi Restaurant in Yingnan Town , Fuyang City . Authorities came; arrested the women and took them to the police station.

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