Bob Fu, Pastor and Founder of ChinaAid, Targeted With Death Threats in Texas for Speaking Out Against Religious Persecution in China

Rev. Bob Fu, founder of China Aid, speaks at a House Foreign Affairs’ subcommittee hearing on the increasing persecution in China in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 27, 2018. | The Christian Post

A Christian campaigner for religious freedom in China has been targeted with death threats.

Bob Fu, who lives in Texas, is a former Tiananmen Square protester who now runs ChinaAid, a nonprofit supporting persecuted Christians in China.

Release International said he and his family have been traumatized by bomb threats and protests outside the family’s home.

The protests took place as Fu delivered an address in Washington, D.C., on persecution in China.

The threats caused the family to be evacuated from their home and taken into protective custody. His 15-year-old daughter had to be taken out of school by armed police.

They have now returned to the family’s home but remain under police protection.

“I have no doubt this is directly from Beijing,” said Fu.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Christian Today

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