Secret Police Suspected in Attack on Church Pastor in China

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11/6/2012 China (Morning Star News)- China’s secret police are suspected of involvement in an attack on a Beijing pastor last month.

An unidentified man in a black car SUV with covered license plates chased Liu Fenggang (Beijing house church pastor who has served two prison terms for defending other Christians’ rights) and smashed his car windshield on Oct. 17, according to advocacy group China Aid.

Asked if secret police could be behind the attack, the Rev. Bob Fu, president of China Aid, said “Absolutely.”

“There is no doubt that secret police attacked Pastor Fenggang,” Fu told Morning Star News. “There is also precedent of him being attacked by them several times in the past.”

Liu was attacked as he was driving on the Beijing-Harbin highway with two other Christians, according to Chinese sources reporting to the Texas-based China Aid.

2012/11/06 China (Morning Star News) - polisi rahasia China yang diduga terlibat dalam serangan terhadap seorang pendeta Beijing bulan lalu.

Seorang pria tak dikenal di dalam mobil SUV hitam dengan plat nomor tertutup mengejar Liu Fenggang (Beijing gereja rumah pastor yang telah menjabat dua masa hukuman penjara untuk membela hak-hak orang Kristen lainnya ') dan menghancurkan kaca depan mobilnya pada 17 Oktober, menurut advokasi Aid kelompok Cina.

Ketika ditanya apakah polisi rahasia bisa berada di balik serangan itu, Pendeta Bob Fu, presiden China Aid, mengatakan “Tentu saja.”

“Tidak ada keraguan bahwa polisi rahasia menyerang Pendeta Fenggang,” kata Fu Berita Morning Star. “Ada juga preseden dia diserang oleh mereka beberapa kali di masa lalu.”

Liu diserang saat ia sedang mengemudi di Beijing-Harbin jalan raya dengan dua orang Kristen lainnya, menurut sumber-sumber Cina melaporkan ke China Aid yang berbasis di Texas.