Hailed by the authorities for years as the “good Muslims” or “model minority,” China’s Hui citizens are experiencing the crackdown on their culture and traditions as part of the anti-Islam campaign in northwestern provinces and regions.
Islam in China
In its zeal to “maintain stability” in the Muslim majority province, the authorities have plunged to ridiculous depths and are effectively crippling business owners.
Bipartisan legislation has been put forward in both Senate and the House to ban the export of U.S. technology Beijing could use in surveillance of detained Muslims while holding Xinjiang CCP Secretary responsible for the dramatic situation of human rights in the “autonomous” region.
Xinjiang Muslims that have not yet been sent to “transformation through education” camps are forced to live their lives as dictated by the Communist Party to avoid detention. Indoctrinated and entirely controlled, they exist in prison-like conditions.
The Xinjiang resident is one of the three from his family to be sent to a “transformation through education” camp. He was arrested in March and is yet to see his newborn.
As the authorities put more and more Muslim men in detention, there is hardly anyone left to work on the fields.
While countless mosques have been shut down or converted into non-religious venues in Xinjiang, some Muslims have lost entire families to detention.
Authorities are monitoring a content sharing app, and anyone who uses it has their cellphone suspended automatically.
According to the communist regime, the repressed Muslims are very happy to be repressed. And the real victim is the government, deceptively insulted by those who defend human rights.
China had long denied that “transformation through education” camps for Muslims exist in Xinjiang. Now it announces that all is well, since a new law made them legal.