(泛清真化). In Islamic Law, “halal” means permitted and “haram” means prohibited. By “generalization of halal,” the CCP means the use of symbols of Muslim identity and the respect of Muslim prescriptions in areas of life other than food. Campaigns against the “generalization of halal,” however, normally end up targeting also halal food itself.
A Thousand-Year-Old Tibetan Buddhist Temple Destroyed in Shanxi
The Fuyun Temple in the northern province of Shanxi was demolished after several attempts by the government to rectify it.
A People’s Tribunal to Investigate Allegations of Chinese Genocide Against the Uyghurs
World-famous legal expert Sir Geoffrey Nice has accepted to preside what is announced as the most thorough investigation ever of CCP crimes in Xinjiang.
Militarized Labor Training and Indoctrination: Xinjiang Schemes Exported to Tibet
Although not necessarily involving detention, the CCP’s militarized training of Tibetan workers, sent to work far from home, is suspiciously similar to what is being done to the Uyghurs.
Unregistered Catholics Told to Obey CCP or Face Consequences
As the Vatican-China Deal of 2018 expires this month, priests refusing to join the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association are threatened with more restrictions.