Coburger Tagesblatt Daily Paper (Germany): Meditation to combat crime in China

Jl/il/Foto: Isabel Luther

COBURG. The passers-by in the Spitalgasse saw yesterday an unusual picture - close to a dozen members of the dangerously suppressed Falun Gong movement in China sending righteous thoughts towards China. They wanted to call attention to the fact that the Peoples Republic sells “human body organs for profit,” said the co-organiser Yuan Zhang.

An independent investigation report by the Canadian David Kilgour and the human rights lawyer David Matas supported the allegation of an unprecedented number of people murdered for no other reason than organ harvesting, which are then used for transplants in China. Those who wished to hear more about this subject may come today between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. to the town hall in the centre of Coburg.

Falun Gong is a meditation practice that helps people attain inner peace and improved health. It is based on the fundamental principles Truthfulness, Compassion and Tolerance. Falun Gong referred to itself as not being a religion. Members are free to be a member of any denomination.

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