CCP’s increasing squashing of cultural and religious traditions of this ethnic group leaves them with the feeling of impending crisis, similar to Xinjiang.
In Hebei and Jilin, signboards in Arabic or indicating halal food are removed from shops and stores run by Hui Muslims, Islamic-style architecture is dismantled.
The suppression of religious and ethnic traditions is destroying the long-built relationship between Hui and Han Chinese.
Anything Islam-related must go: more reports on the Chinese Muslim minority being gradually deprived of any religious and cultural identity.
Beyond Xinjiang, the CCP is continuing its assault and crackdown on the “spread of halal” in areas inhabited by Hui Muslims.
It is not only the detainees who suffer. Aged parents and young children are left alone. This is the story of one grandmother struggling to protect her family.
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.
As the Chinese authorities have banned products made especially for Muslims, businesses have had to bear substantial direct and indirect losses.
Bitter Winter continues exposing the lies by Chinese authorities about the “transformation through education” camps. In an interview, an employee in one such internment facilities in Xinjiang spoke about quotas for detainees, the categories into which they are divided, and miserable living conditions.