On February 27 a [Canadian] human rights lawyer accused the
Chinese military of harvesting the organs of imprisoned Falun Gong members to
sell to foreign customers. The report claims that Falun Gong prisoners, jailed
for membership in the spiritual group, are singled out for the transplants
during which many of them die.
Mr. David Matas presen...
The Honourable Mr. Jaques RoggePresident of the International Olympic CommitteeLausanne, SwitzerlandMarch 1, 2007Re: Beijing 2008 Olympic GamesDear Mr. Rogge,We hereby request that you raise the issue of human dignity and human rights in China with your colleagues in Beijing to stop the persecution of those whose fundamental rights are being denied......
Western countries are beginning to pay attention at
high levels of government to accusations that Chinese authorities are killing
jailed members of the banned Falun Gong spiritual movement in order to sell
their body parts for organ transplants, reports suggest.
A subcommittee of the US House of Representatives held a hearing on the
Singaporean Doctor: Singaporeans Should Think Before Going to China for Organ TransplantsAn exclusive interview with Dr. Chee Soon Juan by the Epoch Times
March 10, 2007
Dr. Chee Soon
Juan of Singapore feels it is his duty to join the Committee to
Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong's efforts to uncov......
By Frank Rubino
After enduring 18 months of torture--including
having his hands and feet bound behind him so tightly his spine nearly
snapped--Gang Chen knew he was fortunate to escape his native China alive. Then
he began hearing chilling tales about what the forced-labor camps are allegedly
doing to other practitioners of the banned exercise...
Canadian renowned human rights lawyer David Matas
was invited by the Ethical Society of Philadelphia and The Ethical Action
Committee to make a featured speech at a forum held at 2:00 p.m. on March 11,
2007 at the auditorium of the society. The theme of the forum was "Organ
Harvesting & Human Rights Violations in China." The forum was hoste......
March 14, 2007
Top surgeons are advising New Zealanders not to go to China for organ
transplants - for safety and ethical reasons.
China is under scrutiny amid claims the organs of thousands of executed
prisoners are being harvested every year, without consent, for use in the
burgeoning transplant industry.
The Royal Australasian College of...
Practitioner Mr. Zhu Lijun was illegally detained in the No.1 sub-ward area
of the No. 7 Ward in Hulan Prison in Harbin City. In January 2007, Mr. Zhu was
hospitalized due to illness symptoms. Because they forced him to take medicine
unrelated to his illness, he suffered illusions. Therefore, Mr. Zhu refused to
take medicine for one month......
An article entitled "Life-Saving Kidney Lands in Island-City" from December 27, 2006, was published on page A9 of Peninsula Metropolitan News
in Qingdao City, Shandong Province. The article did not mention the
source of the kidney with blood type O, except a brief sentence, "a
hospital in northeast China provided the matching kidney." Only 16 da...
Tongren Hospital is a Beijing Eye Specialty Hospital, however,
it also has a flourishing transplant center. The Coalition to
Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (CIPFG) has listed it among
the second group of targets for investigation and evidence collection.
The following are two pictures from the Tongren Hospital website. The
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