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HRF Publishes Report by Missing Human Rights Lawyer Gao Zhisheng: The Human Rights Foundation (HRF) has published Gao Zhisheng’s “2016 Human Rights Report for China.” Gao is a prominent Chinese human rights lawyer who was imprisoned in his home in Shaanxi Province in 2014. In August, he went missing while still under house arrest and resurfaced under police custody in Beijing. But to this day, his family and friends remain unable to reach him and do not know where he is being held by the Chinese dictatorship.

The report criticizes the unforgivable silence of Western democracies in dealing with China’s human rights abuses:

“[…] the whole world has learned to be deaf and mute to CPC’s ruthless suppression of the Chinese people’s basic human rights in exchange for the bloodstained economic interests rewarded by CPC. The brutal oppressors of human rights, the oppressed, and the brutal division of interests by all nations around the globe have created an infamous status quo, seen and known by people everywhere, which also attests to and solidifies the unfathomably lonely and dangerous situation of the Party’s protesters in China.”

Gao’s report was delivered to HRF’s co-sponsors, China Aid and Christian Solidarity Worldwide, prior to his August disappearance. In the report, Gao documents various human rights abuses and social injustices in China, and criticizes government policies and corruption.

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HRF Publishes Report by Missing Human Rights Lawyer Gao Zhisheng: The Human Rights Foundation (HRF) has published Gao Zhisheng’s “2016 Human Rights Report for China.” Gao is a prominent Chinese human rights lawyer who was imprisoned in his home in Shaanxi Province in 2014. In August, he went missing while still under house arrest and resurfaced under police custody in Beijing. But to this day, his family and friends remain unable to reach him and do not know where he is being held by the Chinese dictatorship.The report criticizes the unforgivable silence of Western democracies in dealing with China’s human rights abuses: