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Old 02-06-2017, 11:06 PM
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China Observes Ramadan by Praising Itself for ‘Religious Freedom’ in Muslim Xinjiang

The government of China is ringing in the Muslim holy month of Ramadan with a report praising itself for its commitment to human rights in Xinjiang, the westernmost Muslim-populated province in which communist officials have taken large strides to strip public life of Islamic customs.

Xinjiang is home to most of the nation’s Muslim Uighur minority and borders both Pakistan and Afghanistan. Authorities in Beijing have expressed concern that Muslim separatist groups in the region are feeding the population of Islamic State jihadists in the group’s Middle Eastern strongholds in Syria and Iraq. The Islamic State recently released a video featuring Uighur terrorists who vowed to return home to conduct terrorist attacks there.


China’s state-run, English-language media ran the full report from the State Council Information Office on Thursday, which applauds the Chinese government for taking “effective measures to develop the economy, improve people’s living standards, enhance the well-being of the public, promote ethnic unity and progress, and safeguard the basic rights of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang.”

“Normal religious needs of local people have been satisfied,” China’s Global Times asserts, citing the report. The text of the report asserts that “the people of all Xinjiang’s ethnic groups enjoy the same status and the same rights, and must fulfill the same obligations in accordance with the law. Their political rights as citizens are fully protected.”

The five-part report spends much of its energy on “environmental” rights, health care, and economic equality. On health care, for example, the report condemns the free government preceding the communist People’s Republic of China, claiming Xinjiang’s population suffered “a shortage of doctors and medicines, and epidemics of diseases, such as the plague, smallpox, and cholera.”

It then goes on to claim that the Chinese government has successfully curbed radical Islamic terror in Xinjiang:

Since the 1990s, violent terrorists, nationalist separatists, and religious extremists have plotted and committed a series of violent terrorist crimes, causing loss of life to and damaging the property of people of all ethnic groups…

The Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has taken a series of measures designed to strike against violent terrorist crimes, strengthen social protection and control, modernize the governance system and capacity, and safeguard the lives and property of all the people of Xinjiang, whatever their ethnic group. These measures include the promulgation and implementation of the Measures of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on Enforcement of the Anti-Terrorism Law of the People’s Republic of China.


The report then asserts that China has protected freedom of religion in Xinjiang by expanding the government’s power to control religious practices by implementing “Regulations on Anti-extremism of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region” and working to “strengthen management of religious affairs in accordance with the law.”

The claims in the report echo those of a similar publication released almost exactly one year ago, titled “Freedom of Religious Belief in Xinjiang,” which asserted that “Normal religious activities in Xinjiang are protected by law, and religious organizations are responsible for coordinating internal religious affairs and the government should not interfere.” This year, the Chinese government white paper did not claim that the government had minimized its interference in religion, instead claiming its interference aided the “normal” practice of religion.

The new report also emphasizes the government’s push to replace the Uighur language with “Putonghua,” or “common tongue” (Mandarin). “The Constitution stipulates that the state promotes the nationwide use of Putonghua in accordance with the law,” the report notes but asserts that the common use of Uighur in public is a sign the government protects the Uighur language. In reality, the Chinese government announced a nationwide campaign to eradicate non-Mandarin languages in January, which corresponded with the development of a plan to promote intermarriage between Uighurs and the Han minority and the imposition of a variety of ordinances that prohibit overly Islamic activity in public.

Among the activities prohibited in public in Xinjiang is the wearing of burqas in the capital city of Urumqi, the use of public transportation while wearing any Islamic garb, and the observance of the Ramadan fast by Communist Party officials. “If we think that someone may be fasting, we will invite them to the village office to ‘drink tea’ with us to see if they are fasting or not,” Alim Abdurahman, a Xinjiang official, told Radio Free Asia last year.

The Chinese government also forces Muslim shops to carry a variety of alcohol and cigarette brands to encourage the violation of Quranic laws against the consumption of these products.

Beijing has also banned Muslim parents in Xinjiang from giving their children overly religious names like “Islam,” “Jihad,” or “Muhammad.”

kesian sungguh Uighur, penganut islam sini ditindas oleh pemerintah China zalim
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Old 03-06-2017, 04:35 AM
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Negara Yang Pernah Melarang Rakyatnya Berpuasa Di Bulan Ramadhan

1. China

Penduduk bangsa Uighur di Xinjiang, China, merupakan penganut Islam terbesar di China. Beberapa tahu kebelakang ini, kerajaan tempatan di Xinjiang pernah melaksanakan peraturan kontroversi di mana warga suku Uighur dilarang menjalankan ibadah puasa. Mereka diugut akan diberi hukuman jika didapati menjalankan ibadah puasa.

2. India

Kerajaan India memang tidak melarang rakyatnya yang beragama Islam untuk melaksanakan ibadah puasa. Namun toleransi antara umat beragama di sana masih sangat kurang sehingga banyak menimbulkan perpecahan kerana perbezaan agama.
Buktinya pada tahun 2014 lalu, seorang ahli parlimen sebuah parti memaksa seorang pekerja restoran yang sedang menjalankan ibadah puasa untuk memakan roti di siang hari. Dia sanggup memaksa pekerja tersebut kerana kecewa tidak ada makanan di kantin yang dijaga pekerja Muslim itu.

3. London

Antara negara di Eropah yang cukup anti-Islam adalah negara UK. Namun perlahan-lahan, UK sudah mula terbuka dengan Islam. Walaupun demikian, di beberapa kawasan di UK, masih sering berlaku sikap tidak bertoleransi beragama.

Beberapa tahun lalu, beberapa sekolah rendah di London melaksanakan peraturan larangan melaksanakan ibadah puasa bagi setiap pelajar yang beragama Islam. Para guru besar mengedarkan surat kepada ibu bapa Muslim untuk melarang anaknya berpuasa. Alasannya kerana ibadah puasa dianggap mengganggu aktiviti pembelajaran.

4. Myanmar

Warga muslim di Myanmar, terutama dari etnik Rohingya, mendapat layanan yang sangat teruk oleh rakyat yang beragama buddha bahkan pemerintahnya sendiri. Mereka mengugut akan mengambil tindakan kepada sesiapa saja yang melaksanakan ibadah yang biasa dilakukan umat Islam, termasuk juga ibadah puasa. Beberapa tahun lalu, Myanmar pernah menyekat orang islam dari solat di dalam masjid.
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Old 03-06-2017, 04:38 AM
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Sedih tgk saudara seislam di tindas sampai hak bepuasa pon di sekat.
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Old 03-06-2017, 04:55 AM
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Exiled Uighur group condemns Italy's detention of its general secretary

BEIJING (Reuters) - A prominent Uighur exile was detained briefly by police in Italy, his organization said on Friday, calling on the European Union to investigate whether China had pressured Italian authorities to take action.

Uighurs are a largely Muslim people who live in China's far western region of Xinjiang, where hundreds of people have died in the past few years, mostly in unrest between its 10 million Uighurs and the ethnic majority Han Chinese.

China has blamed much of the unrest on separatist Islamist militants, though rights groups and exiles say that anger over tightening Chinese controls on the religion and culture of Uighurs is more to blame.

On Wednesday, Italian police asked Dolkun Isa, the general secretary of the Munich-based World Uyghur Congress, to accompany them for an identification check.

A police source in Rome said Isa had been taken to a police station where he was photographed and had his fingerprints taken. The source told Reuters Isa had not been arrested and declined to comment on whether China had requested the action.

Isa was stopped as he was walking with colleagues to the Italian Senate, where he was to have spoken on the restrictions facing Uighurs in China, Radio Free Asia (RFA) said.

Isa told RFA he demanded to know why he was being detained and the officers had said they acted on a request from China.

"I think the occurrence of this incident in a democratic country is shocking and unacceptable," Dilxat Raxit, a spokesman for the World Uyghur Congress, said in an emailed statement on Friday. "This actually challenges the bottom-line values of Italian democracy."

He also urged the European Union to seek assistance from the Italian government in investigating if there had been "secret coordination" with the Chinese government over the detention.

According to RFA, Isa, a German national since 2006, alerted German authorities of his detention by mobile phone while Italian police took him to a nearby police station.

Police released him several hours later, saying they would verify his information against a database of the global police agency Interpol, according to RFA.

In November, Interpol elected a senior Chinese public security official, Meng Hongwei, as president, prompting concern among rights groups that China could use the position to its advantage.

"Dolkun Isa is a terrorist wanted by an Interpol red notice and Chinese police," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told a regular briefing in Beijing. "Bringing him to justice is something the relevant country is obliged to do."

Lu did not say if China was in touch with Italian authorities on the matter.

A "red notice" is an international alert for a wanted person but is not an international arrest warrant.

A Beijing-based Western diplomat told Reuters that China frequently asks European countries to arrest Isa, but has never provided evidence of the crimes it says he has committed.

Isa, a former Xinjiang student activist, says he condemns all terrorism.

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Old 02-08-2017, 10:09 AM
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Egypt arrests Chinese Muslim students amid police sweep


Some 20 Uighur students from Cairo's Al-Azhar University were arrested in Alexandria [File: AP]

Egyptian police have detained scores of Chinese students from the Uighur ethnic minority on Beijing's request, forcing dozens into hiding or to flee to Turkey, activists have said.

The sweep began on Tuesday when police raided two restaurants frequented by Uighur students in Cairo and detained at least 37 people, Abduweli Ayup, a Uighur activist in Turkey, told Al Jazeera on Friday.

Dozens more have been arrested since, Ayup, said, including 20 from Cairo's Al-Azhar University who were stopped in the city of Alexandria on their way out of the country late on Wednesday.

They were told they would be deported to China, Ayup said.

"Students, especially those who study religion, are being targeted," Ayup said. "The police are searching apartment by apartment ... In Cairo, people are in hiding. They are terrified. They are afraid to go out."

The detentions come amid reports that authorities in the Uighur homeland of Xinjiang in western China are seeking the immediate return of Uighurs studying abroad.

China blames unrest in Xinjiang, which has included bombings and vehicle and knife attacks, on exiled Uighur separatist groups.

A traditionally Muslim group, many Uighurs complain of cultural and religious repression and discrimination by China.
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Lucia Parrucci, a spokeswoman for the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization advocacy group, said rights groups have moved some 60 Uighur students out of Egypt to safety in Turkey on Thursday alone.

Many of those remaining in Cairo "told us that they are afraid to sleep at home out of fear of their own arrest," she said in an email to Al Jazeera.

Some 80 Uighur students have been arrested since the sweep began, she said.

The Chinese government has forced thousands of Uighur students abroad to return home since January 2017, she said, adding that some 90 percent of the estimated 7,000 - 8,000 Uighurs living in Egypt had returned to China.

"We have learned that many of the students have been arrested directly at the airport upon their return and sent to re-education camps. None of them have been able to see family members and no information was provided to their families about their whereabouts," she said.

Human Rights Watch urged Egypt on Wednesday not to send Uighur detainees back to China, saying they faced "persecution and torture" there.

Sarah Leah Whitson, HRW's Middle East director, also urged authorities to disclose the whereabouts of Uighur detainees and grant them access to lawyers.

Unverified videos shared on Twitter showed more than 70 Uighurs sitting on a floor in a government building and others being driven in a truck in handcuffs.

Ayup said rights groups lost touch with the detainees on Friday.

Abdullah, an Asian student of Islam at Al-Azhar university, told the Associated Press news agency that Uighurs were being detained in the Hay el Sabia area of Cairo's Nasr City district. He gave only his first name for fear of reprisals.

"They're mostly arresting the young men," Sumaya, a Uighur woman living in Cairo, told The Middle East Eye on Thursday. "But I know of women who have been taken too, though we hide when we hear the government knocking on our door."

A Chinese foreign ministry spokesman appeared to acknowledge on Thursday that Chinese citizens had been detained in Egypt, saying at a regular briefing that consular officials would visit them.

Geng Shuang, a foreign ministry spokesman, said that "as far as I know, China's embassy in Egypt has sent consular officials to conduct consular visits". He gave no further details.

The Egyptian police denied requests for comment.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/0...051922204.html
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China targets Muslim Uighurs studying abroad


Ethnic Uighur Muslims pray at a mosque in Kashgar, Xinjiang province © Reuters


China has launched a campaign to repatriate and interrogate Uighurs studying overseas, the latest draconian measure against the Muslim minority.

More than 100 have been detained in Egypt after failing to obey Chinese demands to return, according to activists and fellow Uighur students. While the campaign has mainly targeted Uighurs studying in Muslim-majority countries, China has also pressed at least one student in the US to return.

The repatriations appear to have been motivated by fears that Uighur students were being radicalised abroad, observers said.

Uighurs, who have cultural and linguistic ties to Turkey, have long faced curbs on their religious practices, employment, language and dress. Once dominant in the western province of Xinjiang, they are now a minority after years of Beijing-encouraged migration by Han Chinese.


Students and activists say Chinese officials have since May been sending notices to overseas Uighur students demanding their immediate return — often after detaining their parents in China. Several students who obeyed were held upon arrival in China, according to friends contacted by the Financial Times.

Rights groups say China has violated international law by orchestrating the forcible repatriation of Uighurs. More than 100 were deported from Thailand in 2015, while Malaysia has sent at least 28 back to China since 2013.

China was attempting to “suppress any type of Islam they don’t directly control”, said William Nee, a researcher at Amnesty International in Hong Kong. “Whether it’s Islam entering or Protestant Christianity or liberal democracy, all of these things are seen as threats ideologically that come from abroad.”

About 150 students at Cairo’s Al-Azhar University who ignored China’s summons were taken to prisons in the Egyptian capital from early July, according to activists and students who managed to leave the country.

“I heard from the officer in charge that it was related to very big matters and politics between Egypt and China,” said one Uighur student who reported being among dozens detained in Alexandria airport. “The officers told us you would be deported to China, and when you get there you will go to prison.”

He was allowed to depart for Turkey after four days. At least 22 of the detained have been deported to China, according to two people in contact with Uighur students. Others have fled the country.


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China and Egypt have acknowledged that Chinese nationals had been detained in Egypt but characterised the detentions as a response to violations of immigration law.

“We would like to reiterate that Chinese citizens in Egypt must abide by the laws and regulations of Egypt and avoid participating in activities that do not match their residence status,” said the Chinese foreign ministry.

Egypt and China have strengthened diplomatic ties in recent years. The Suez Canal, which connects the Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean, is a key link in China's $900bn Belt and Road infrastructure initiative, and China remains Egypt's top source of imported goods.

While the main focus of China’s repatriation efforts have been students in Muslim-majority countries such as Egypt and Turkey, they have also reached western shores.

One Uighur studying in the US was pressed to return after his parents were detained, according to several people who know him. He, too, was detained on arrival but has since been released.

Activists from the Uighur community are also under pressure overseas — last week police in Rome detained Dolkun Isa, head of Munich-based exile group the World Uyghur Congress, as he prepared to give a speech on the restrictions faced by his ethnic group.

The WUC called for an investigation into whether the detention had been at China’s behest, voicing fears over “the infiltration of Chinese influence in the west”.

An Italian official confirmed Mr Isa had been briefly held for a “police check” but declined to specify the reason.

Xinjiang’s Uighur clampdown has escalated in recent months. In April members of the ethnic group were banned from giving newborns Muslim names, including Mohammed, while last year Uighurs were told to hand over their travel documents, helping authorities police their international movements.

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tak boleh belajar diluar? Patutnya biarlah yg dah kat luar tu teruskan hingga selesai.

Nanti lagi senanglah komunis ni nak kawal dan tindas bila kurangnya masyarat mereka bercampur dengan masyarakat luar.
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Muslim Uighur diharam guna bahasa ibunda



Beijing: Pihak berkuasa di sebuah daerah di Xinjiang, China, mengharamkan Muslim di wilayah itu menggunakan bahasa ibunda mereka di sekolah.

Langkah itu diumumkan oleh pihak berkuasa Hotan menerusi notis di laman webnya.

Menurut notis berkenaan, penggunaan bahasa Uighur diharamkan dari peringkat prasekolah hingga ke sekolah menengah dengan alasan untuk mempopularkan sepenuhnya bahasa Mandarin yang menjadi bahasa kebangsaan China.


Semua papan tanda dikawasan sekolah juga tidak boleh menggunakan bahasa penduduk tempatan.

Langkah itu adalah penindasan terbaru terhadap Muslim di rantau berkenaan selepas mereka dilarang berpuasa sejak beberapa tahun lalu dan ditegah melakukan sesuatu yang ada kaitan dengan Islam, termasuk memelihara janggut.

Pengharaman penggunaan bahasa tempatan itu akan berkuatkuasa bulan depan, serentak dengan semester baru persekolahan.

Seorang pegawai berkata, buku teks berbahasa Uighur akan digantikan dengan buku teks berbahasa Mandarin.

Perkembangan itu disahkan oleh Kongres Uighur Dunia yang berkata, pengharaman itu buat masa ini akan dikuatkuasakan di daerah Hotan sahaja.

Bagaimanapun, kongres itu tidak menolak kemungkinan ia akan dikuatkuasakan di seluruh Xinjiang yang majoriti penduduknya keturunan Uighur dan beragama Islam. - Agensi

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di Malaysia pun ramai duk sayang kat Cina2 ni...
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