Two schools offering classes to learn Arabic and study the Quran were closed last year, amid the CCP’s accelerating campaign to eradicate Muslim culture and faith.
Spared demolition in 2018, the mosque was ordered to be “renovated” and had all its Islamic symbols removed. It now looks like a traditional Chinese building.
Building on the experiences in Xinjiang, the CCP steps up its suppressive policies against Islam in other “autonomous” regions inhabited by ethnic Muslims.
Buildings in traditional Islamic style and any signs with relevance to Muslim faith are disappearing from areas inhabited by China’s Hui Muslims.
The CCP is implementing a systematic plan to eliminate the faith and customs of Hui Muslims, as buildings undergo “facelifts” to rid them of Islam-related symbols.
Authorities adopt surveillance measures, like drones, plainclothes police, and blocked mobile networks, to keep under wraps their crackdowns on the religious.
Continuing its campaign to eliminate religions of all kind, Chinese officials have systemically been dismantling religious symbols from places of worship.
The Chinese government continues to crack down on Tibetan Buddhism – and not just inside Tibet but the areas surrounding it.
As the Chinese authorities have banned products made especially for Muslims, businesses have had to bear substantial direct and indirect losses.