Seventy years ago, “never again” was the response to the horrors of the Holocaust, but genocide keeps happening. There are worrying signs that it may happen again in the far West of China.
Nan bread is a sacred sign of Uyghur identity and is usually decorated with traditional symbols. Now, the CCP wants nan “sinicized” with Communist slogans.
China’s treatment of the Uyghur people is “one step away from a holocaust,” according to British Muslims who gathered to express solidarity in London.
Governments that refuse to tackle China over organ harvesting are turning their backs on victims of mass slaughter, claimed Tribunal witnesses in London.
An in-depth debate at the British Parliament explores the issue of organ harvesting. China is accused of “crimes against humanity, on an industrial scale.”
Muslim countries seem happy to throw Ummah solidarity to the wind in their efforts to cozy up to China.
Muslims in London are supporting the Uyghur cause, spurred on to take up the challenge and stand against the atrocities being metered out by Beijing.
Beijing’s war on terror is reining in Christians, adding to fears that its mission is not only to stamp out Islam, but also to strike hard at the Uyghur nation itself.
President Xi Jinping’s dream of a “big family of the Chinese nation” came closer this Spring Festival, with a concerted drive to assimilate Uyghur Muslims as never before.
Draconian measures to root out terrorism have turned life for ordinary Uyghurs into a daily nightmare of surveillance and terror.