Switzerland: Anti-Torture Exhibitions in Aarau and Winterthur Receive Enthusiastic Public Support (Photos)
(Clearwisdom.net) On the first two Saturdays in November, Swiss Dafa practitioners held anti-torture exhibitions in Aarau and Winterthur respectively to expose the Jiang regime's brutal persecution of practitioners. Since the coming of winter, the weather in Switzerland has become chilly and unpredictable, with rain and snow. In the cold weather, motionless practitioners re-enacted the brutal methods of torture used in attempts to force people to give up practicing Falun Gong in China. There was also a display of posters exposing the persecution in more detail. Leaflets were given to passers-by and many people signed a petition calling for an end to the persecution.
Anti-torture exhibition in Aarau
Crowds of people kept coming to see the anti-torture exhibition and the accompanying posters. They watched closely the anti-torture exhibition acted out by real people, read the display boards, and listened carefully to our truth-clarification. Realizing the true situation, many of them took the initiative to explain it to those who have not yet understood. When people asked, "How can we help?" practitioners said, "Please sign the petition to support Falun Gong and spread the facts to others so as to let more people understand that Falun Dafa is good. This would be the best kind of support for us."
Anti-torture exhibition in Winterthur
People not only signed the petition enthusiastically but also came to take some blank petitions so that they could go and collect signatures themselves. Some said that they would send them back to us once they finished collecting signatures, while others helped to collect signatures on the spot. Some children and teenagers took five or six pages of blank forms each to collect signatures for us. They returned the completed forms that were full of signatures quickly, and then took some more.
Seeing so many people coming to know the truth about Falun Dafa, the practitioners felt very happy for their bright future.