China Harvesting Organs From ‘Prisoners Of Conscience’ and Religious Minorities, Tribunal Tells U.N.

October 10, 2019 in News by RBN Staff


via: Christian News


Doctors performing an organ transplant in China as seen in the film “Harvested Alive: 10 Years of Investigations.” (Screenshot / “Harvested Alive: 10 Years of Investigations”)


(Daily Caller) ⁠— China harvests organs from religious minorities and “prisoners of conscience,” a tribunal told the United Nations on Tuesday.

The China Tribunal, an independent tribunal focused on forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience, presented its accusation Tuesday to the United Nations — but the tribunal has dedicated years to researching alleged organ harvesting abuses within the People’s Republic of China.

The Tribunal said those targeted are “primarily people who practice Falun Gong but also Tibetans, Uyghurs and House Christians.”

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The following video report from NTD News in June, surrounding coverage of a similar tribunal report in London, includes an interview with George Zheng. Zheng, who says he actually unwittingly participated in the organ harvesting, has left China and is now a voice against the atrocities taking place there.