(Minghui.org) Falun Gong practitioners participated in a community event sponsored by the Pusat Internet Muzium Telegraf Taiping, Malaysia on November 17, 2018. They introduced the practice and told visitors about the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) persecution, especially the state-sanctioned organ harvesting from practitioners.
Rifa, a medical staffer at the health check booth, went to the Falun Gong booth and signed the petition condemning the persecution, after she and her colleague read the informational flyers. Rifa said, “The CCP is against humanity!”
Another medical staffer was appalled to learn of the CCP's live organ harvesting. He signed the petition and asked his colleagues to also sign it. He said to a practitioner, “We support your efforts to stop this evil!”
Nurul Hayati, a thirty-three-year-old housewife, was shocked to hear about the crime of live organ harvesting. She said she could not imagine that such a thing was happening, and condemned the CCP.
After twenty-three-year-old Naziha learned about the CCP's brutality, she said it was hard to think that such cruelty existed in the world. She took the informational flyers about Falun Gong and signed the petition.
Local resident Nazarudin also signed the petition. He said regarding the CCP's live organ harvesting, “This is too cruel and must be stopped!”
Lini, a librarian, signed the petition after learning about the persecution. She took several kinds of Falun Gong informational materials, and said that she planned to place them in the school library. She wanted people to read them and learn about the persecution. Her daughter said she did not know that such brutality existed.
Lini said she felt very sad for the practitioners in China who face the CCP's brutality and the forced organ harvesting. She said these cruel crimes must be stopped.
A student and her friend passed by the Falun Gong booth and signed the petition. The student said, “The CCP is brutal. We must do something to help Falun Gong practitioners. I hope that everyone signs the petition.”