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A Chinese Spiritual Way Which Ended In Brutal 'Torturing' Of The Chinese!

Neha Vashishth | Last Modified - Jul 28, 2016, 06:17 PM IST

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  • The torturing ways
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    The torturing ways
    Falun Gong, a spiritual practice movement which rose to fame in the 1990’s by Lee Hongzhi was considered a threat by the Chinese government. The practice concentrates on morality and the cultivation of virtue, and is based on qigong practices. Falun Gong aspire to eliminate attachments, and ultimately to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
    The religious practices of Falun Gong were considered Anti-Cult by the communist government and were frowned upon. This religious group is given the name of a terrorist group even though the religious group had no record of any violence. In the year of 1999, the religious leaders of Falun Gong were arrested by the communist government of china and were brutally tortured. About 2000 practitioners were killed by 2009, and it is still considered a cult practice by the Chinese communists.
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  • The supporters being punished brutally
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    The supporters being punished brutally
    Falun Gong, a spiritual practice movement which rose to fame in the 1990’s by Lee Hongzhi was considered a threat by the Chinese government. The practice concentrates on morality and the cultivation of virtue, and is based on qigong practices. Falun Gong aspire to eliminate attachments, and ultimately to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
    The religious practices of Falun Gong were considered Anti-Cult by the communist government and were frowned upon. This religious group is given the name of a terrorist group even though the religious group had no record of any violence. In the year of 1999, the religious leaders of Falun Gong were arrested by the communist government of china and were brutally tortured. About 2000 practitioners were killed by 2009, and it is still considered a cult practice by the Chinese communists.
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  • Mental Torture
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    Mental Torture
    Falun Gong, a spiritual practice movement which rose to fame in the 1990’s by Lee Hongzhi was considered a threat by the Chinese government. The practice concentrates on morality and the cultivation of virtue, and is based on qigong practices. Falun Gong aspire to eliminate attachments, and ultimately to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
    The religious practices of Falun Gong were considered Anti-Cult by the communist government and were frowned upon. This religious group is given the name of a terrorist group even though the religious group had no record of any violence. In the year of 1999, the religious leaders of Falun Gong were arrested by the communist government of china and were brutally tortured. About 2000 practitioners were killed by 2009, and it is still considered a cult practice by the Chinese communists.
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  • The Electric Shocks
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    The Electric Shocks
    Falun Gong, a spiritual practice movement which rose to fame in the 1990’s by Lee Hongzhi was considered a threat by the Chinese government. The practice concentrates on morality and the cultivation of virtue, and is based on qigong practices. Falun Gong aspire to eliminate attachments, and ultimately to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
    The religious practices of Falun Gong were considered Anti-Cult by the communist government and were frowned upon. This religious group is given the name of a terrorist group even though the religious group had no record of any violence. In the year of 1999, the religious leaders of Falun Gong were arrested by the communist government of china and were brutally tortured. About 2000 practitioners were killed by 2009, and it is still considered a cult practice by the Chinese communists.
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  • Chinese Torture
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    Chinese Torture
    Falun Gong, a spiritual practice movement which rose to fame in the 1990’s by Lee Hongzhi was considered a threat by the Chinese government. The practice concentrates on morality and the cultivation of virtue, and is based on qigong practices. Falun Gong aspire to eliminate attachments, and ultimately to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
    The religious practices of Falun Gong were considered Anti-Cult by the communist government and were frowned upon. This religious group is given the name of a terrorist group even though the religious group had no record of any violence. In the year of 1999, the religious leaders of Falun Gong were arrested by the communist government of china and were brutally tortured. About 2000 practitioners were killed by 2009, and it is still considered a cult practice by the Chinese communists.
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  • Abortions
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    Abortions
    Falun Gong, a spiritual practice movement which rose to fame in the 1990’s by Lee Hongzhi was considered a threat by the Chinese government. The practice concentrates on morality and the cultivation of virtue, and is based on qigong practices. Falun Gong aspire to eliminate attachments, and ultimately to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
    The religious practices of Falun Gong were considered Anti-Cult by the communist government and were frowned upon. This religious group is given the name of a terrorist group even though the religious group had no record of any violence. In the year of 1999, the religious leaders of Falun Gong were arrested by the communist government of china and were brutally tortured. About 2000 practitioners were killed by 2009, and it is still considered a cult practice by the Chinese communists.
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  • Deliberately killing by feeding
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    Deliberately killing by feeding
    Falun Gong, a spiritual practice movement which rose to fame in the 1990’s by Lee Hongzhi was considered a threat by the Chinese government. The practice concentrates on morality and the cultivation of virtue, and is based on qigong practices. Falun Gong aspire to eliminate attachments, and ultimately to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
    The religious practices of Falun Gong were considered Anti-Cult by the communist government and were frowned upon. This religious group is given the name of a terrorist group even though the religious group had no record of any violence. In the year of 1999, the religious leaders of Falun Gong were arrested by the communist government of china and were brutally tortured. About 2000 practitioners were killed by 2009, and it is still considered a cult practice by the Chinese communists.
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  • Death Beds
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    Death Beds
    Falun Gong, a spiritual practice movement which rose to fame in the 1990’s by Lee Hongzhi was considered a threat by the Chinese government. The practice concentrates on morality and the cultivation of virtue, and is based on qigong practices. Falun Gong aspire to eliminate attachments, and ultimately to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
    The religious practices of Falun Gong were considered Anti-Cult by the communist government and were frowned upon. This religious group is given the name of a terrorist group even though the religious group had no record of any violence. In the year of 1999, the religious leaders of Falun Gong were arrested by the communist government of china and were brutally tortured. About 2000 practitioners were killed by 2009, and it is still considered a cult practice by the Chinese communists.
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