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Crosswalk: Religious Freedom Advocates: Exploit China's Desire for Successful Olympics

February 5, 2007


Excerpted from Crosswalk:

"A smooth and successful Olympics is paramount to China," Sharon Hom of Human Rights in China told a statutory panel on Capitol Hill Wednesday. Yet despite the fact that the games are only 18 months away, she said the communist regime's repression has been getting worse.

Hom joined representatives of four major religions and others in testifying before the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, which advises the executive and legislative branches on efforts to counter religious persecution around the world.

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