Malaysia: Clarifying the Truth about the Sujiatun Concentration Camp

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In order to urgently rescue Falun Gong practitioners being imprisoned in the Sujiatun Concentration Camp, practitioners in Malaysia went to an evening market in Klang City on April 1st to distribute handouts and expose the CCP's atrocities in Sujiatun. They also collected signatures to call on the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to urgently pay attention to the atrocities in Sujiatun, where practitioners' organs are harvested from them while they are still alive.

Local people sign their names to help rescue Falun Gong practitioners in China

A young mother carrying her baby signs the petition

A group of young people signed their names and asked others to sign

Those who signed the petition include local Chinese, Malaysians and Indians. A Chinese man signed his name after learning about the CCP's barbaric atrocities. Three of his sons and daughters also asked him to sign for them. A young mother carrying her baby signed the petition after finding out about the atrocities in Sujiatun.

A group of young Malaysians were shocked after finding out the facts. They signed the petition, and then asked a practitioner how they could offer further assistance to rescue the victims. Later, the practitioner gave them a few copies of the signature collection form and asked them to have more people sign the petition. One Malaysian youth suggested that the practitioners go to schools to collect signatures.

Mr. Ye, who had a stall in the evening market has supported Falun Gong many times. After hearing about the Sujiatun incident he said: "The CCP regime continues committing these crimes in the persecution of Falun Gong. In order to have more people know the fact and help to stop the persecution, you should go to each residential area to expose the CCP's crimes in the Sujiatun Concentration Camp."

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