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Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China

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http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2006/04/19/2003303463Probe of alleged Chinese organ harvesting urgedUNWILLING DONORS?: Fifty legislators backed a resolution urging an inquiry into the alleged murder of Falun Gong prisoners for their partsBy Shih Hsiu-chuanSTAFF REPORTERWednesday, Apr 19, 2006,Page 3The legislature yesterday passed a...

By Jill McGivering  BBC News 2006/04/19 00:03:46 GMTTop British transplant surgeons have accused China of harvesting the organs of thousands of executed prisoners every year to sell for transplants. In a statement, the British Transplantation Society condemned the practice as unacceptable and a breach of human rights. The move comes less than ...

Sun, March 26, 2006 For sale: $25,000 for a liver It's long been known that China "harvests" the organs of people it executes, for sale to those who need transplants and can afford to pay. The Chinese government from time to time denies this is being done. At other times it soft-pedals allegations by declaring the sale of organs is illegal...

The Christianity Daily, a major newspaper in Denmark, published an article by Pastor Leif Bork Hansen on the 4th of April, 2006, entitled, "It is everyone's responsibility to always fight a savage act." The article says that no matter where the secret savage acts were found, in China, Iraq or Cuba, as long as the savage acts takes place on th...

On March 16, Vancouver 24 Hours reported on Falun Gong practitioners' protest at the Vancouver Art Gallery calling attention to and protesting concentration camps for Falun Gong practitioners in China. Vancouver 24 Hours reported that protesters were on the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery yesterday speaking out against alleged concentration...

On March 16, 2006 the Rocky Mountain News published an article entitled, "Falun Gong supporters to wage protest." The article said that Denver Falun Gong supporters would hold a two-day hunger strike to protest the alleged existence of a concentration camp for spiritual movement followers in the northern Chinese city of Shenyang. The strike wi...

Reports say Chinese take body parts from live prisonersApril 23, 2006 MPs Rob Anders, left, and Keith Martin were among Parliamentarians calling for an investigation into the alleged harvesting of organs from live Chinese prisoners. (Photos by Deborah Gyapong) OTTAWA: Members of Parliament from all the major parties want Canada to investig......

By Bill GertzMarch 24, 2006A Chinese journalist has uncovered a secret detention center in northern China that is being used by a hospital to harvest human organs for sale todomestic and international buyers.Jin Zhong, a pseudonym for the journalist who fled China recently, also said in an interview that a failed Chinese intelligence operation led ...

By Clifford Coonan in Beijing and David McNeill in TokyoPublished: 21 March 2006Hundreds of well-off Japanese and other nationals are turning to China's burgeoning human organ transplant industry, paying tens of thousands of pounds for livers and kidneys, which in some cases have been harvested from executed prisoners and sold to hospitals.When Ken......

March 16, 2006 Thursday FOLLOWERS of the meditation-based Falun Gong faith march through the streets of Wellington in protest against the torture, murder and suspected "organ harvesting" of fellow practitioners in China. A former Chinese spy alleged in a United States newspaper, the Epoch Times, this week that more than 6000 Falun Gong practit...

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