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Germany: Photo Exhibition to Expose Jiang's crime of Genocide Attracts the Attention of International Diplomats (Photos)

September 25, 2003 |  

(Clearwisdom.net) On September the 10th 2003, a photo exhibition to expose Chinese dictator Jiang Zemin's crimes of genocide was held outside the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The head of the Chinese Department of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs came downstairs especially to accept a letter from Dafa practitioners and a petition signed by German citizens, addressed to the Foreign Minister.

In the letter, practitioners told the German Foreign Minister details of the persecution inflicted on relatives and friends of eight German practitioners. At the moment, China is continuously escalating its genocidal campaign against Falun Gong practitioners. When the lady in charge of Chinese affairs learned that Dafa practitioners leaflet was specifically designed for the reference of the Foreign Minister, Mr. Joschka Fischer, she said with delight, "This is really well-designed. I will certainly give it to the Minister."

Practitioners had no idea that September 10th was the day of an annual meeting, which involves diplomats visiting Germany from different countries and listening to German foreign policies. Clarifying the truth about Falun Gong to many diplomats at the same time was much faster than making an individual appointment with them.

Ambassadors from all nations came to the meeting and each of them had the chance to see the practitioners' photo exhibition.

All of the drivers who were waiting at the traffic lights had enough time to take a close look at Jiang Zemin's crimes and could also sense the urgency needed to put an immediate end to his human rights abuses.

The picture exhibition to expose Jiang's crimes of genocide held outside the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ambassadors from all nations come to attend an annual meeting
Practitioners called for righteousness and conscience

Source: http://clearharmony.net/articles/200309/15309.html