Peru: Practitioners Protest Hong Kong Deportations in Lima

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On June 30th, 2007, Falun Gong practitioners rallied in front of the Chinese Embassy in Lima. They were there to protest the CCP for pressuring Hong Kong authorities to forcibly deport Falun Gong practitioners. Hundreds of practitioners from Taiwan, Macao, Australia flew to Hong Kong for the July 1st March and to supported a Hong Kong lawsuit against Jiang Zemin, the primary culprit of the persecution of Falun Gong.

Practitioners gather outside Lima's Chinese Embassy to protest Hong Kong deportations of Falun Gong practitioners

From June 24th to July 1st, Hong Kong Authorities deported about 1000 Falun Gong practitioners from Taiwan, Australia and Macao by denying visas, denying boarding, and even violent deportation from the Hong Kong airport. It was reported to be the worst human rights violation and most violent action against Falun Gong practitioners since Hong Kong was handed over ten years ago.

Falun Gong practitioners from Peru condemn Hong Kong authorities' surrender to CCP pressure at the time of 10th anniversary of the handover. They also support the global "Month of Quitting the CCP" and called upon people to realise the CCP's evil nature, refuse the lies and violence, and quit from CCP and all its affiliated organisations.

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