China has been accused of illegally harvesting human organs and conducting transplants in large numbers. The country executes thousands of prisoners each year to harvest their organs, claims a new report.
A U.S. congressional joint subcommittee convened a hearing Thursday on China’s illicit organ transfers, just two weeks after the House passed a resolution urging Beijing to stop harvesting organs from prisoners of conscience.
China continues to harvest organs from prisoners on a massive scale, according to a new report that finds prisoners of conscience, including Falun Gong practitioners, remain the primary target. In 2006, Canadian human rights lawyer David Matas and former Canadian Asia-Pacific Secretary of State David Kilgour began an investigation into accusations of the Chinese government’s role…Details
Human rights researchers have published an updated study accusing China of conducting tens of thousands of organ transplants using the bodies of political prisoners without their consent. While the practice has been known to occur in the communist nation for decades, Beijing alleges that it long stopped harvesting organs from prisoners of conscience.
China is forcing up to 90,000 prisoners to have organs removed for sale on the black market, despite denying claims they are harvesting body parts illegally, says new report
China is forcing up to 90,000 prisoners a year to have organs removed, a shocking new report has claimed. The widespread practice of removing organs from political prisoners has fuelled ‘organ tourism’ in China with foreigners paying for transplants.
Ethan Gutmann introduces a new report showing that 1.5 million have been killed by the Chinese regime through harvesting organs from prisoners of conscience.
New report details how China built a massive transplant industry through harvesting organs from prisoners of conscience—believed to be mainly Falun Gong practitioners
1.5 Million People Worldwide Combat Unprecedented Evil and Sign Global Petition Against Forced Organ Harvesting in China
The value of life and the dignity of the human being is universal. Yet, for decades organs have been forcibly harvested from executed prisoners and living prisoners of conscience in China.Details