In May, the CCP launched another large-scale drive against Buddhist and Taoist venues in central China’s province where the coronavirus originated.
After years of abuse and harassment, living under close surveillance, some members of this banned religious group in China chose to take their own lives.
The CCP continues removing domes and minarets from mosques and suppresses any expression of Hui Muslim tradition and culture.
Numerous mosques in Gansu Province had their domes and crescent symbols removed, triggering anger among the local Hui Muslim population.
Mosques throughout China are rectified to be “more Chinese,” as the CCP continues to enforce its five-year plan to “sinicize” Islam outside Xinjiang.
Mosque-based tutoring was a common way for Muslims in China to study Quran and Islamic customs. Amid government suppression, the number of schools is dwindling.
The CCP is luring Han Chinese to move far West, pledging to provide economic prosperity and happy family life. The reality is not as rosy as is presented.
The suppression of religious and ethnic traditions is destroying the long-built relationship between Hui and Han Chinese.
The CCP is expanding its arsenal of the anti-Muslim campaign with new, “softer” measures, hoping to conceal the real picture of religious persecution.