Germany: Exposing the Chinese Communist Regime's Brutal Crime of Organ Harvesting

On June 23, Falun Gong practitioners from Germany held a petition signature collection in Erlangen. Practitioners called upon the German public to help stop the persecution of Falun Gong, especially the communist regime's brutal crime of organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners.

The hospitals in Erlangen are famous for organ transplant surgeries, and many doctors have collaborations in China. It was reported by the World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong that many military hospitals in China have been involved in organ harvesting in the last ten years, and organ harvesting in China involves many government departments, police system, military system and public health system.

Practitioners broadcast through speakers information about organ harvesting and other tortures Falun Gong practitioners are subjected to in China. Many people stopped and listened to the broadcast.

Practitioners asked people who signed the petition to tell their doctor friends not to collaborate with Chinese hospitals to conduct organ transplants, and not to share organ transplant techniques with Chinese doctors. Every supporter agreed to do so. A German doctor who signed the petition said that he and his coworkers will avoid any involvement with organ transplants in China.

A German gentleman said that he is concerned about the human rights abuses in China. He knew how evil the Chinese communist party is.

A Chinese gentleman told the practitioners that his friends in China often surf on the internet and learned the truth about the communist party. He said that none of his friends have hope in the communist party. He knew about the persecution of Falun Gong, but he had never heard about the organ harvesting. He encouraged practitioners to continue their efforts to let more people know about this crime against humanity.

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