Liu Qibao, the Communist Party secretary of the Guangxi autonomous region

Dozens of unborn babies have been killed in a sweep by Chinese authorities of the Guangxi province that snared pregnant women and brought them against their will to a hospital for fatal abortion injections, according to a Christian ministry that monitors the district and ministers to those in need.

“After 41 women were forced to have abortions on [Tuesday], China Aid Association has learned that the Youjiang District People’s Hospital of Baise City performed forced abortions for at least 20 more pregnant women on [Wednesday],” an alert from the organization said.

China Aid, which has its U.S. offices in Midland, Texas, confirmed that eyewitnesses are reporting that the latest roundup of pregnant women involved more than 20, who were transported to a hospital by government “Family Planning” authorities.

“Within 30 minutes, about 10 of them were injected forcefully for an abortion. This means within [the] last 24 hours, at least 61 babies were killed by forced abortions,” the sources within China told CAA.

“At bed Number 37, Ms. He Caigan was nine months pregnant. Officials injected her baby’s head and 20 minutes later, her baby stopped moving and died,” the sources confirmed.

Many of those targeted in the killing rampage were Christians, CAA said.

“About 6 a.m. on [Wednesday], Pastor James Liang’s wife Ms. Wei Linrong gave birth to a boy, but he was dead because of the injection. She received three injections – one is to induce the birth and the other two to kill the baby in the womb,” CAA’s sources reported.

Liang formerly was a pastor in the government-sanctioned Three-Self church before he became a House church pastor a year ago, according to information from China Aid Association’s Bob Fu. Eyewitnesses told CAA that the couple wanted to keep their child because of their Christian faith.

Officers from the government surrounded the section of the hospital where the women were being held, the report said.

“CAA urges the international community to register your protest and concern with letters and phone calls to the chairman of the National Population and Family Planning Commission, Party Secretary of Baise City, Mr. Liang Chunlu, and the Youjiang District People’s Hospital,” CAA said.

The Population Research Institute’s research earlier indicated in the past the United Nation’s Population Fund, into which the United States had poured money, actually has assisted Chinese government efforts to force married couples to have only one or two children.

China maintains, at least in some areas of the country, a one-child policy sometimes enforced through a policy of forced abortions. It is believed China performs some 10 million involuntary abortions a year.

First exposed by WND in 1997, what has come to be known as “gendercide” in China – due to a cultural preference for boys – has resulted in the deaths of at least 50 million girls.

The organization provided the following contact information:

  • Chairman Wei Qing Zhang, National Population and Family Planning Commission of China
    Hotline for complaints: :+86-10-8250492
    Also can be via e-mail.

  • Youjiang District People’s Hospital
    Tel: +86-776-2839393; 2697723

  • Party Secretary of Guangxi Province: Mr. Qibao Liu
    Tel: +86-771-5883508

  • Governor of Guangxi Province: Mr. Bing Lu
    Tel: +86-771-2807778

  • Party Secretary of Baise City Mr. Liang Chunlu
    Tel: +86-776-2834089

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