MISSING BY FORCE FOR OVER ONE YEAR
WHERE IS GAO ZHISHENG?
February 4th - 365 Days of Torture
Last year,was a world-renowned Chinese Christian attorney, a champion of human rights and equality before the law.
Last year, Gao Zhisheng was a Nobel Peace Prize 2008 nominee, a hero of the Chinese people.
Last year, Gao Zhisheng fought for freedom for religious minorities, risking everything to defend the persecuted.
Last year, Gao Zhisheng shared the truth of his torture at the hands of the Chinese government.
Last year, Gao Zhisheng could see, hear, and touch his family, loving them with faith and courage.
Then last year, on February 4th, 2009, everything changed.
Today, Gao Zhisheng is denied the basic human rights he fought for every day on behalf of his fellow countrymen.
Today, Gao Zhisheng is hidden from the world by the Chinese government, masked by a shroud of secrecy and doubt.
Today, Gao's wife and children face devastating separation, suffering from the pain of loss and uncertainty.
Today, Gao suffers silent torture, never knowing if he will see his loved ones again.
Today, is the day to make the truth known.
Today, on February 4, 2010, we refuse to let Gao Zhisheng be forgotten, and we challenge the Chinese government to answer our cry: "Where is Gao Zhisheng?"
On the one year anniversary of Gao's forced disappearance, ChinaAid calls again on the international community to raise their voices to Free Gao Zhisheng.
To increase awareness, we have launched the Free Gao 24-hour Ad campaign. Visit www.DrudgeReport.com today to see the ads and tell others about the campaign. We give special thanks to those who have generously donated to help support this new ad-campaign, which will reach more than 2 million new viewers in the United States and around the world.
If you have not yet made a contribution and would like to get involved, please consider donating to help Free Gao today. We thank you for making our campaign efforts possible. Donate
New Steps to Action:
ChinaAid thanks the more than 126,200 people who have signed the petition, the thousands of supporters who sent 469,500 e-mail inquiries to Chinese businesses and government offices, the 11,202 individuals who contacted their U.S. Representatives, and the countless others who faxed and called the Chinese Embassy for Gao's release in 2009.
In the coming months, we will be taking Free Gao campaign to the next level, calling on the United Nations and the European Union to defend human rights in China, and intercede on behalf of Gao Zhisheng.
Visit www.FreeGao.com to Sign the Petition, Contact your leaders, and discover new ways to get involved today.