Germany: Practitioners Hold an Information Day in Tübingen City

On Saturday December the 20th, 2003, Falun Gong practitioners went to the south of Germany to the university city of Tübingen. Here, practitioners held an information day in the town centre and handed out information about the lawsuit filed by German practitioners against Jiang Zemin on accounts of genocide and torture. A local newspaper published details of the activities in their paper a few days beforehand and because of this, many people came in the early morning to the city centre to ask practitioners questions and sign the petition to support the lawsuit. One German person said he had to go to work immediately after signing the signature and that he was too busy to talk with practitioners, but he already understood the situation about the persection of Falun Gong.

This was the third time that Falun Gong practitioners had come to this city to hold information days. There was a obvious difference between this activity and the first two in that many people came to the booth out of their own initiative to learn the facts about the persecution and to sign their names to the petition form entitled “Bring Jiang to Justice”. Many people also enquired about the place and time for learning the Falun Gong exercises. The poster board that detailed the real history of the swastika also attracted many people’s interest.

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