On March 19th, 2006, Falun Gong practitioners and other supporters in Malaysia held a rally in Malaka. They announced that they would stage a hunger strike to protest the Chinese Communist regime's barbaric practice of harvesting Falun Gong practitioners' organs when they are still alive and then selling them for profit. Practitioners are then cremated to dispose of the evidence. The rally also aimed to support the nine million people who have withdrawn from the CCP and its affiliated organisations. Many media were attracted to the rally to conduct interviews, and the police also came to learn about the situation.
|Falun Gong practitioners hold a sit-in protest||Sign to support Falun Gong|
Recently, an insider disclosed that the CCP's Sujiatun Concentration Camp has illegally detained more than 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners. As many as 4,000 have had their organs removed when they were still alive and were then cremated to dispose of the evidence. The process is extremely barbarous and too horrible to behold.
Many people, including tourists from America, the UK, Australia, Holland, Italy, Singapore and other places as well as local people, came to learn the truth. The practitioners explained to them about the Nazi like atrocities happening in 21st century China. People were shocked. They condemned the atrocities and signed petitions to support Falun Gong practitioners who were on hunger strike.
|Sternly protesting the CCP's atrocities|
The CCP's ruthless acts in the Sujiatun Concentration Camp are a disgrace to modern civilisation and a challenge to the moral foundation of all humanity. Keeping silent and tolerating such state-sanctioned terrorist acts is degrading to humanity and morality. Every righteous country, government, organisation and individual must firmly say "No" to the CCP's tyranny.
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