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Bibles written in the language of the Hmong minority are still illegal and must be smuggled in.
“Nothing like true religious freedom exists in Vietnam and the authoritarian government still regularly cracks down on religious groups,” said Ryan Morgan, International Christian Concern’s regional manager for Southeast Asia.
“Christians simply cannot meet without the permission of the government.” Vietnam also requires all religious publishing go through a government agency.
Religious freedom remains a dream for Vietnamese Christians, despite recent reports touting the country’s diversity and tolerance.
The communist government only recognizes some Christian groups in the largely Buddhist nation, so many meet in unregistered home churches, risking arrest.
Originally started during the French occupation of the country, the tunnels went on to achieve notoriety during the Vietnam War, when they formed an amazing underground command base for 10,000 Viet Cong troops.
We will explore the tunnels with a local guide this morning.
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Nearly all of the prisoners on the list are members of ethnic minority communities in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, according to the organization. By a 405-to-3 vote, the House of Representatives passed the Vietnam Human Rights Act in August. J., the bill’s sponsor, said: “Victims have been jailed and harassed just for practicing their faith and standing up for what they believe in.” The Senate has yet to vote on the measure. C., area since 2005 and was a fall 2012 participant in a World Journalism Institute mid-career class conducted by WORLD editor in chief Marvin Olasky in Asheville, N.
The bill would prohibit any increase in non-humanitarian aid to Vietnam unless it improves its record on human rights.