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#16 [Permalink] Posted on 13th March 2015 18:25
hmmm....I remembered this thread a few weeks back....when my youngest said..

I want to go to China

a little surprised I said... why China

he said....because all the people live in China, all the toys and games are made in China, everything is made in China.

there you go, from a child's perspective. after reading this thread, this is the last place I'd visit, if they can't respect Islam and it's people then it don't deserve my money spent in tourism. although sadly I'm probably spending enough to keep the production line going.

however even Muslims work in China, by boycotting China, even though it's fairly impossible aren't we taking away jobs from also the Muslim population who work there? just a thought.
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#17 [Permalink] Posted on 14th March 2015 11:45
How about improving our life styles and making them according to the Quran and Sunnah.. Alhamdulillah we have Quraan and Sunnah in our lives but how about making ourselves come even more closer to these?
Its not wealth or the material things that help.. its Islam that helps..
these Chinese don't know aht they are doing.. May Allah give them the taufeeq to taste the sweetness of Emaan.. Ameen.
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#18 [Permalink] Posted on 16th March 2015 11:38
HongKong has loads of Pakistani Pushtuns married to Chinese over the years.

Our Ameer of www.central-mosque.com is also part Chinese.

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#19 [Permalink] Posted on 17th March 2015 07:23
I don't understand. why they do this?
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#20 [Permalink] Posted on 17th March 2015 14:26
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#21 [Permalink] Posted on 17th March 2015 14:28
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It's called 'hatred'.



The Russians are or used to be the same, slaughtered towns of Muslims and it's well documented by Islamic writers but hardly anything in the west on it as far as I know.


Allah knows best
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#22 [Permalink] Posted on 17th March 2015 14:29
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Unfortunately we need to login to read that thread. Rather not be a member there. Can you please share the useful bits, Jazakallah.
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#23 [Permalink] Posted on 17th March 2015 18:09
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Works for me brother .....okay let me see what I can do.
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#24 [Permalink] Posted on 17th March 2015 18:30
Is it time to care about the Muslims in China?

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Attention by the mainstream press on the situation of Chinese Uyghur Muslim minority is dwindling. This, however, does not mean that their oppression by the Chinese government has ended. Just a couple of weeks ago I met a Chinese Uyghur Muslim who had left enormous landlocked Xinjiang to pursue further education in the UK. We had a thought-provoking conversation about the situation of his community in China.

To practice Islām completely in the vast autonomous region of north-western China is to live under an intricate series of regulations and restrictions directed to prevent the spread of Islām in the country. For around 8 million Muslim Uyghurs, discrimination, harassment, and oppression have become a horrific reality. Violent clashes with state forces have frequently occurred. Last year, for example, a protest turned riot ended in a large number dead.

The Chinese government has and continues to use heavy-handed strategies to suppress the Uyghur minority. Two of Islām’s five pillars – observing the fast in the holy month of Ramadan and the pilgrimage to Mecca – are also strictly regulated. Workers may lose their job if found to be praying or fasting at work during Ramaḍān – this is, reportedly, as it has been all along. There have been cases where school students are forced to eat and drink during daylight in Ramaḍān or face dismissal. Restaurants which closed during Ramaḍān are threatened with fines and cafeterias at state institutions are required to keep records of who has eaten.

Not satisfied with prohibiting fasting, praying, and ḥajj, the government has long attempted to restrict the use of a veil for Muslim women, often through official order. More recently, the government introduced a new repressive regulation called “Project Beauty,” in which women are prohibited from wearing the face veil, known as Niqāb in Arabic, and men are not permitted to grow their beard.

The New York Times also reported that Chinese Uyghurs are only permitted to use a specific version of the Qur’ān which had been approved by the authority. Imāms are forbidden to hold private Islamic circles, and learning Arabic is only permissible at particular government institutions. It was reported earlier this year that Imāms were forced to dance in the street and to tell the people to stop practicing Islām.[9] There have also been incidents where Imāms are specifically targeted by the security forces.

The government has labeled every major attack in the country as ‘terrorist’ attacks and has blamed them on Muslim Uyghurs. Many of them have been sentenced to death and some to life imprisonment. However, most of these allegations are weak, and evidence is rarely publicised. China has also imprisoned Uyghur activists, teachers, journalists, and writers for exposing the regime’s policy towards the Uyghur minority. It does not stop there, however, the Uyghur’s religious activities being restricted. The BBC reported that central government policies have gradually curtailed their commercial and cultural activities.

Although several Human Rights organisations have warned the Chinese government for its continuous oppression against the Muslim Uyghur minority, their calls have frequently fallen on deaf ears. The government claims that their actions are justified as a means of counter-terrorism. China has been seeking global support for its own campaign against the Uyghur minority by depicting them as terrorists with overseas connections. This situation has been exacerbated by the fact that not only has the government unwittingly contributed to the oppression, but the international community has also largely maintained its silence on the situation.

Undoubtedly, the ongoing oppression against the Chinese Muslim Uyghur minority cannot be allowed to continue. These people need serious, real, and genuine efforts by both the Chinese government and the world community to end this continuing misery.

If it is true that these people are a threat to Chinese society, it must be acknowledged that assassinating them, imprisoning them, or inhibiting them from practicing their religious duties would not in any way solve the problem. Rather, they are only likely to enforce antagonism and extremism. It is hard to see when all of this is going to end, but one thing has to be made very clear: if all of us remain silent, we will eventually have to pay a heavy price.

So what now?

So what can we do for our brothers and sisters in China? Firstly we must continually remind ourselves that they are in fact our brothers and sisters—despite their plight being notably absent from our public discourse. We must remember that the bond of īmān is stronger and more sacred than the bond of biology, as the Prophet (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam) likened us to one body. This should bring about a sincere love, and an eagerness and sincere desire to help our brothers and sisters.

This desire to help then needs to be steered towards means which will help bring about an ease to the suffering of our brothers and sisters. The first and foremost means to anything as a Muslim is to turn to Allāh sincerely that He gives us the tawfīq to make change. A truly believing Muslim is one who sees this causal relationship between du’ā and achievement, like he or she sees the relationship between eating and satiation; between fire and burning; the natural laws. Unfortunately du’ā is often looked down upon as something for the weak to take part in or as a last resort, but if we truly appreciated the power of Allåh and our dire need for Him, then we would realise the priority that du’ā has in any pursuit.

Once we have established our need for Allāh’s help and make du’ā to Him regularly for facilitating a path to ease for our brothers and sisters’ suffering, we must think of strategies to bring about this desired objective. It may be that Allāh, once He has seen the sincerity with which we beseech Him for our brothers and sisters, opens up a path for us to take as a means to this end. This may be in anything from speaking to politicians, activists, celebrities and wealthy business-people, to creating petitions, documentaries, raising awareness or even imploring people with power and influence closer to the region. We are not claiming to have the definite answers here, but we can be certain of one thing: if we truly care enough about our brothers and sisters, and we sincerely beseech Allāh constantly, He will facilitate a path for us to help our brothers and sisters one day.


www.islam21c.com/politics/is-it-time-to-care-about-the-mu...
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#25 [Permalink] Posted on 17th March 2015 18:37
Some further reading .....


UIGHUR MUSLIMS: REMEMBERING THE 1997 GHULJA MASSACRE
www.doamuslims.org/?p=1588



Uighur ‪#‎Muslims‬ in East Turkestan - Chinese security forces surround mosques every Salah and do not allow anyone in who doesn't carry a permit.

www.facebook.com/doammuslims/photos/pcb.822071167840452/8...

www.facebook.com/doammuslims/photos/pcb.822071167840452/8...





Hui Chinese Muslims and the flow of Uighurs to Kazakhstan
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Whilst the Hui Chinese Muslims are free to practise their religion, the clampdown of the Chinese government means the road to Kazakhistan is a door for religious freedom for the Uigurs.[/quote]

www.worldbulletin.net/interviews-in-depth/152555/hui-chin...






THE FORCED TRANSFER OF YOUNG UYGHUR WOMEN TO EASTERN CHINA
www.doamuslims.org/?p=1915





China to neighbours: Send us your Uighurs
[quote] Afghanistan is among several countries under pressure to deport Chinese members of the Muslim ethnic group.


www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2015/02/china-neighbou...
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#26 [Permalink] Posted on 17th March 2015 18:41
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#27 [Permalink] Posted on 17th June 2015 09:28

Ramadan 2015: China 'bans fasting' for Uighur Muslims

In parts of the far western Xinjiang district, Chinese officials have banned Muslim party members, civil servants, students and teachers from fasting during the holy month of Ramadan.
 
"China is increasing its bans and monitoring as Ramadan approaches. The faith of the Uighurs has been highly politicised, and the increase in controls could cause sharp resistance," Dilxat Raxit, spokesman for the exiled group, the World Uighur Congress (WUC), said in a Reuters statement.
 
The Uighur leader saw this as China attempting to control their Islamic faith. He warned that the restrictions would force "the Uighur people to resist [Chinese rule] even further."
 
Raxit, the Sweden-based spokesman for the WUC, told Radio Free Asia: "They are extracting guarantees from parents, promising that their children won't fast on Ramadan."
 
According to the Chinese government's website, halal restaurants in Jinghe County, near the Kazakh border, were encouraged by food safety officials to stay open during day hours in Ramadan.
 
Chinese authorities have set restrictions on Uighur Muslims in the northwestern region of Xinjiang every Ramadan.
 
Officials are forced to give verbal as well as written assurances "guaranteeing they have no faith, will not attend religious activities and will lead the way in not fasting over Ramadan," state media reported.
 
Muslim shops and restaurants have also been ordered to sell cigarettes and alcohol or be shut down.
 
In December 2014, China banned the wearing of Islamic veiled robes in public in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang, a predominantly Muslim region.
 
Beijing is continuing its campaign against "religious extremism", although human rights groups call it religious repression.
 
Xinjiang, which activists call East Turkestan, has been autonomous since 1955 but continues to be the subject of continued security restrictions by Chinese authorities.
 

 

There are eight million Turkish-speaking Uighur Muslims in the northwestern Xinjiang region. (International Business Times)
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#28 [Permalink] Posted on 20th June 2015 18:25
Found this photo of force feeding on Twitter:

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#29 [Permalink] Posted on 20th June 2015 19:06
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looks legit. if true, I wonder if they'd do the same out of ramadhan to a starving poor person.

this news is almost non existent in the mainstream media. are there any hashtags on this because governments seem to respond to it. it worked on israel last ramadhan to a certain extent
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#30 [Permalink] Posted on 20th June 2015 19:21
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The problems with hash tags are dependent on whether they take off or not, sadly there are a few which hardly take off, that's what it seems to me from my limited amount of time on Twitter.

There is one brother I have come across who posts some stuff on the uighur Muslims, check him out @AbdugheniSabit
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