United Kingdom: Practitioners Call on the Singapore Government not to Persecute Falun Gong

On April the 30th 2005, UK Falun Gong practitioners rallied at the Singapore Embassy in London. They appealed to the Singapore Government against the unfair trial of two Singapore Falun Gong practitioners, Huang Caihua and Cheng Lujin, calling on the Singapore Government to stop trying to please the Chinese Communist Party by persecuting Falun Gong.

The Chairman of the UK Falun Gong Association Mr. Peter Jauhal said that the two female Singapore Falun Gong practitioners were exercising their basic human rights, freedom of belief and freedom of speech; they were not impeding anyone. He wished the Singapore Government could resist the allure and pressure from the Chinese Communist Party, be responsible for its own people and let the Singapore people have the chance to understand Falun Gong and the brutal persecution against Falun Gong practitioners in China.

Falun Gong practitioners appeal in front of the Singapore Embassy

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