Holland: Anti-Torture Exhibition Held in Rotterdam on International Human Rights Day to Expose CCP Persecution (Photos)
(Clearwisdom.net) December 10, 2005 was International Human Rights Day. In order to call attention to the human rights situation of Falun Gong practitioners in China, and to expose the brutal means by which the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) persecutes Falun Gong, practitioners held an anti-torture exhibition in the city center of Rotterdam, the second largest city in Holland.
Anti-torture exhibition on International Human Rights Day exposes the CCP's persecution of Falun Gong
People observe the torture reenactment and view the photos
The vivid reenactment of torture methods used on practitioners in China attracted crowds of passers-by, and many stopped and looked on. Some of them said that they already knew about the CCP persecution of Falun Gong. Some had recently watched the persecution introduced in detail on TV, while others said that this was their first time to hear about the persecution. Having understood the unjustifiable and cruel persecution, many of them signed the petition expressing support for Dutch Falun Gong practitioners in their lawsuit against former Chinese president Jiang Zemin, the prime perpetrator of this genocidal persecution.
People sign to support the lawsuit against Jiang
After learning about Falun Gong and the persecution, a man with a child took out some money and said, "I am so sorry that I haven't got more with me today. I would like to denote the only money I have." The Falun Gong practitioners said that they don't accept any donations. The man sincerely said again, "How can I help you then?" The practitioners told him that he could sign the petition supporting the lawsuit against Jiang.
Category: Rallies & Protests