A new law, based on the myth that Muslims are waging a “love jihad,” may also affect Christians and members of other minorities.
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A new draft law, of which Bitter Winter publishes the English translation, would severely limit the possibility of foreign visitors, including academics, to interact with Chinese discussing religion.
The law against “extremism” has been applied by the Novosibirsk court, following lobbying by Russian anti-cultists.
In Inner Mongolia, stone tablets on the great emperor have been painted over or destroyed in Hulun Buir, and his portraits removed from schools, while the CCP tries to rewrite history.
COVID-19, French National Center for Scientific Research: “That It Came from a Chinese Laboratory Cannot Be Excluded”
Europe’s most authoritative scientific research center has concluded that the laboratory hypothesis “is not a conspiracy theory” but a real possibility
The Holy See admits that “extremely painful situations” are not solved, but claims it is too early to assess the effects of the deal.
New regulations on the Hajj by the State Administration of Religious Affair will come into force on December 1, and impose a stricter control
Qurans are seized and burned in Xinjiang. In desperation, some put them in the Ili River, wrapped in plastic, hoping they will be recovered in Kazakhstan.