Several Uyghur and Hui Muslims were forced to leave their place of work and return to their hometowns.
Authorities in Xinjiang have become “creative” in coming up with causes for arrests of the province’s Muslim population.
An under-construction mosque in Gansu was demolished and Muslims living nearby were forced to relocate elsewhere.
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.
People are increasingly terrified of the authorities as arrests of Chinese Muslims become more frequent and random.
The authorities deceived more than 40 Muslim men from an ethnic Hui village and detained them at a “transformation through education camp.”
The demonstration of August 8, 2018, with 30,000 Muslims preventing the demolition of a mosque outside Xinjiang, proves that China is cracking down on Islam per se, not on “Uyghur separatism” only.