Two Christian women in Xinjiang were detained last year, and the family continues to face harassment and round-the-clock surveillance.
A composite of 16 buildings, where ethnic handicrafts were manufactured, has now been converted into a “transformation through education” camp in Xinjiang.
An under-construction mosque in Gansu was demolished and Muslims living nearby were forced to relocate elsewhere.
In a country where connections can get you anywhere, the “transformation through education” camps in China are off-limits.
It is now mandatory to have Quick Response codes for tools such as household ironware, gas tanks, and power tools. Failure to comply leads to punishment.
As the CCP intensifies it persecution of Muslims, we have uncovered several ways in which the authorities force Muslims to give up their religious belief.
Xinjiang authorities are strictly controlling Chinese citizens who travel abroad; even their passports are confiscated and revoked.
A Muslim from Xinjiang is detained at a “transformation through education camp,” and his company was forced to close down in his absence.
At a recently discovered “transformation through education” camp, authorities are monitoring each and every movement of detainees.
Not only local Muslims are persecuted in Xinjiang Province – authorities have set their eyes on Christians who are increasingly put under strict monitoring.