August 19th 2006


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CANBERRA OBSERVED: Inflation: next test for the Howard Government

EDITORIAL: Israel sucked into war in Lebanon

HUMAN RIGHTS: Sensational evidence of Chinese body-harvesting

ENERGY: Nuclear power stations our safest option - Dr Dennis Jensen

ETHANOL: Federals still to come to their senses on bio-fuels

INTERNATIONAL TRADE: Doha trade negotiations collapse irretrievably

SCHOOLS: Some religions are more equal than others

STRAWS IN THE WIND: Here come the anti-Semites / Robert Manne / The poverty of nations / Speculations

SPECIAL FEATURE: How Christians overcame the culture of death

ISRAEL: The endless mutations of anti-Semitism

EASTERN ASIA: Australia and Taiwan's special relationship

OPINION: Robert Manne - the case against

Swan song of failed educationalists? (letter)

Whitlam's attempts to diminish states (letter)

China atrocities exposed (letter)

BOOK REVIEW Intellectual forerunner of the Movement

BOOKS: HOME-ALONE AMERICA: The Hidden Toll of Day Care, by Mary Eberstadt

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China atrocities exposed (letter)


by Wendy Tiong

News Weekly, August 19, 2006

Sir,

I would like to thank Mr Peter Westmore for bringing to the fore the plight of Falun Gong practitioners in China ("China: let the truth be told", News Weekly, July 22, 2006).

Their only "crime" is that they practise "truthfulness, compassion and tolerance", which is the antithesis of communist ideology.

It's about time the communist regime in China is exposed for its atrocities and brutality towards its own people.

Wendy Tiong,
Frewville, SA




























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