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9/8/10 China (ChinaAid) — Religious persecution in China very often takes indirect forms. Though local governments have publicly banned churches in the past, more recently the government has resorted to other methods of religious restrictions, such as citing breaches of “building codes” in order to evict faith groups from their houses of worship and destroy church buildings. Following the recent attack on the Taishan Christian Church in Zheijiang, ChinaAid obtained a copy of an internal government document from the Zhengzhou Municipal People’s Government in Henan, explaining conditions which disqualify places of worship from being used for religious activities.

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