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4/24/11

China Celebrates Easter With Arrests

Twelve leaders of the sect are under house arrests. About 50 million Christians are unregistered in China, and more and more are starting to worship out in the open.

(www.telegraph.co.uk) "Up to 500 members of the Protestant house church movement, unregistered assemblies of worshippers that the government bans to prevent the rise of opposition, have been detained in recent weeks. Yesterday's arrests were a continuation of the authorities' increase in repression of dissenters to stop any chance of a revolution such as those seen in North Africa and the Middle-East.

"Between 20 and 30 followers were taken away," said Pastor Jin by telephone from his home, where he has been under house arrest for the past two weeks.

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