WEBINAR | Hong Kong: Crackdown on Christians          


A STPC Webinar:

Hong Kong:
Crackdown on Christians

4:30 pm ET, Thursday, February 17

China’s Communist Party overlords are preparing to crackdown on Christians in Hong Kong. Recent articles published in CCP-controlled media have called out Catholic Cardinal Joseph Zen and Christian schools for promoting and supporting massive 2019-2020 extradition law protests.

After breaking international treaties and asserting authority over the democratic autonomous region, Communist China passed the brutal and totalitarian “National Security Law for Hong Kong”.

Now, one of the world’s foremost fearless Christian leaders has come under the microscope. What does this portend for the future of religious freedom in this desperate land? And, what does it portend for the whole world if Western leaders continue to cave to the rapacious demands of Communist China?

Join us February 17th for an important panel discussion on these dangerous developments in Hong Kong. Reserve your spot today. Registration is required to attend.


Dede Laugesen, Executive Director, Save the Persecuted Christians


Frank Gaffney, President & CEO of Save the Persecuted Christians and Vice-Chair for the Committee on the Present Danger: China


The Honorable Sam Brownback, former U.S. Ambassador for International Religious Freedom
Se Hoon Kim, Director of the Captive Nations Coalition for the Committee on the Present Danger: China
Nina Shea, Senior Fellow & Director of the Center for Religious Freedom at the Hudson Institute
Baggio Leung, former elected Member of the Hong Kong Legislative Council (LegCo)
Benedict Rodgers, Co-Founder and CEO of Hong Kong Watch, senior analyst for East Asia for CSW, and the co-founder and deputy chair of the U.K. Conservative Party Human Rights Commission

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