(Clearwisdom.net) "Under the crystal clear blue sky, goodness should not be made to suffer." The song resounded in the classroom, stirring the hearts of students and teachers alike.

The song was composed to commemorate those Falun Gong practitioners who were killed by the CCP when their organs were removed. Is it true that even in this day and time such a brutal and barbaric activity is being conducted for the purpose of generating huge profits? The answer is "Yes," such a tragedy has been confirmed to still be taking place by the former Canadian Secretary of State for the Asia Pacific region Mr. David Kilgour and Mr. David Matas, an international human rights attorney.

Professor Kiehl gives a speech before the screening of the film

Signing a petition condemning organ harvesting

Mr Roemer from the International Human Rights Association robustly condemns the CCP's brutality

Students and teachers listen to an explanation of China's human rights situation

The CCP's trade in organs harvested from living Falun Gong practitioners reported in The Cham Times

Another local newspaper also helps to promote the Human Rights Film Festival

With World Human Rights Day approaching, the International Human Rights Association in the Cham area of Germany and the Falun Gong Human Rights Group strongly appealed to all circles to pay attention to the human rights problems in China, particularly to the fate of tens of thousands of Falun Gong practitioners being persecuted by the CCP. The appeal got positive responses from the local media, schools, and churches. The newspapers like The Cham Times and Cham Daily published the appeal letter from the human rights organizations and also exposed in depth the appalling plot of the CCP's organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners as well as the outline of the Canadian independent investigation report.

Robert Schumann High School organized students from its own school and its sister school, Frauenhof High School, to listen to the report on human rights. The St. Joseph Catholic Church in Cham provided the church hall to screen a film exposing the CCP's inhuman persecution of Falun Gong. After watching the film and listening to the public lecture on human rights, everyone signed his or her name to protest the CCP's dreadful crimes. One of those that signed was a professor from Vietnam. He went into exile in Germany and has lived in Cham for nearly ten years. He was extremely emphatice about the persecution experienced by Falun Gong practitioners because he had also experienced similar persecution by the Vietnam Communist Party, an experience he can never forget. He said to practitioners that he had already submitted articles to Vietnam's overseas magazines to expose the CCP persecution of Falun Gong. He has also told his colleagues in the USA to help Falun Gong and stop the persecution.

Kiehl is a professor of medicine in Germany. He announced in his talk about the film that he had joined the European branch of The Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (CIPFG), and he would make every effort to further investigate the truth of the CCP persecution of Falun Gong. Professor Kiehl also said, "Wherever we hear remarks like 'Falun Gong is not good,' that is the place where we need to explain the truth."

"Give a hand; we can no longer keep silent." The song pricks people's consciences and awakens their benevolence.

Source: http://clearharmony.net/articles/200612/37034.html