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    Thumbs Up Inside China's War on Islam

    China is treating Islam like a mental illness

    "Uighurs are forced to denounce Islam and pledge loyalty to Beijing. Beijing has characterized the re-education centers as "free vocational training" camps that make life "colorful."


    "Mosques have been shut down, destroyed or turned into tourist bars."

    "While cloaked in the war on terrorism, many of the state’s actions are aimed at Islam itself. Shops in Xinjiang have been forced to sell alcohol and tobacco, while university students have been forbidden to fast during Ramadan. Women with veils and men with beards have been systematically barred from some local public transportation."

    "An Uighur man with Australian citizenship described how he was assaulted by more than a dozen police officers when he showed his Australian passport at a checkpoint in Urumqi in 2016. One officer said to him "you think you are Australian?", and shoved the passport in his face, Sam said. "The next thing I could remember I was in the hospital."

    "The internment program aims to rewire the political thinking of detainees, erase their Islamic beliefs and reshape their very identities. "The psychological pressure is enormous, when you have to criticise yourself, denounce your thinking — your own ethnic group," said Bekali, who broke down in tears as he described the camp."

    "A list of more than 100 detained Uighur scholars compiled by exiles includes many prominent poets and writers, university heads and professors of everything from anthropology to Uighur history. Their detention underscores the party’s attempts to decimate Uighur identity in order to remold the group into a people who are largely secular, integrated into mainstream Chinese culture. Many of those targeted worked on preserving Uighur culture."

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    “Break their lineage, break their roots, break their connections and break their origins,” wrote Maisumujiang Maimuer, a religious affairs official, in a commentary in the state news media. “Completely shovel up the roots of ‘two-faced people,’ dig them out, and vow to fight these two-faced people until the end.”

    "Most of his staff, about 10 of them in all, had been forced to return to their hometowns in southern Xinjiang, either for “re-education” or for “hometown arrest”. Gone were the shish kebabs and the tea, together with most of the clientele."

    "Several diners mentioned the difficulty of finding accommodation, as local hotels frequently rejected Uighur visitors by claiming there were no rooms available. Even a Uighur policeman had been denied a room, someone pointed out with a laugh."

    "Beijing justifies its Uighur crackdown as a counterterrorism measure, and has characterized the re-education centers as "free vocational training" camps that make life "colorful."

    "In a memorable statement last summer, Xinjiang’s deputy foreign publicity director, Ailiti Saliyev, went so far as to suggest that “the happiest Moslems in the world live in Xinjiang”.

    "In recent months, there are signs that the campaign has moved beyond Xinjiang to the Hui Moslems, the descendants of the first Moslems, who are centered in Ningxia province but also live scattered across China. In Ningxia, Islamic domes and signs in Arabic are being pulled down, while the call to prayer has been banned."

    "Moslem countries — including Saudi Arabia and Iran — have been conspicuously, silent. China invests heavily, and strategically in their nations too."

    Inside China's War on Moslems


    China's Gulag for Moslems

    China has launched a massive campaign of cultural extermination against the Uighurs

    China Targets Prominent Uighur Intellectuals to Erase an Ethnic Identity

    Uighur Camps swell as Beijing widens the Dragnet

    Chinese authorities cut Moslem women's dresses

    China steps up Uighur crackdown during "Ramadan"

    China has detained 1 million Moslems

    China tracks Moslems by sticking QR codes with their personal information on their front doors

    'We can reach you wherever you are': Uighurs abroad feel China’s reach

    How the Uighurs vanished from daily life in China


    China's long history of trouble with Islam

    "The Qing’s Buddhist political-religious utopia excluded Moslems. By the eighteenth century the Qing court drafted discriminatory regulations aimed at Moslems, such as the declaration of any group of three or more Moslems who carried a weapon as criminals.

    The legend of Shambhala was that it was the final mountain retreat of Buddhists after their lands are overwhelmed by Moslems. On judgment day, the Shambhala’s gates open, and a vast Buddhist army rides out to slay the Moslems.

    The Qing used it to justify a kind of reverse jihad. Qing rulers built shrines to commemorate Shambhala, and commissioned thousands of monumental thanghkas to inspire their subjects to fight Islam.

    Some of these paintings will be on display at the Rubin Museum of Art in a new show, “Faith and Empire,” which opens in February. A huge painting held at the Musée Guimet, which will be shown at the Rubin, depicts the mountain redoubt on the right and, on the left, the final battle against Islam."




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    Brenton Tarrant [...] said in his screed that “the nation with the closest political and social values” to his own is China.
    [...] his hatred of Islam certainly has support from corners of China’s internet.

    One anonymous post (link in Chinese) on social network WeChat titled “The words on the New Zealand shooter’s guns reflect the deep anxiety of European white men”—a reference to the white supremacy markings on Tarrant’s rifles, and his grievances over Moslem immigration to western countries—has garnered at least 100,000 views at the time of writing, the maximum number of views on a post displayed by the platform.

    The piece lays blame on Christchurch officials for allowing the construction of mosques, and claimed this resulted in more Moslems coming to the city. It even alleged that the shooting was staged by left-wing politicians.

    Some of the comments under the post suggest that followers of the “green religion“—a sometimes derogatory term often used on the Chinese internet to refer to Islam because of the significance of the color to the faith—brought the attack upon themselves. “The green religion launches terrorist attacks everywhere, and now the attack finally comes to them… Green religion is backwards, stupid, barbaric, and violent,” said one such comment.

    Elsewhere, on social network Weibo, many comments reflected the view that the shooting was a by-product of the West’s excessive political correctness, a perspective that has found increasing support on China’s internet in recent years as part of what’s known as the baizuo, or “white left” movement, a derogatory term used to describe Western progressives that is roughly analogous to the term “social justice warrior.”

    One Weibo user wrote (link in Chinese), “This is a rare act of resistance from a white man. We need to find a way to prolong this and encourage white men to apply for all kinds of honors for the gunman, including a Nobel peace prize.”

    Another wrote (link in Chinese) that “this so-called ‘darkest day‘ is simply political correctness. A reminder to the greens: not everyone is willing to tolerate your outrageous actions.”

    Anti-Islam sentiment has become widespread on the internet in China [...].
    One prominent expression of it is in comments about “halalification,” as people express their anger that offering halal products could undermine China’s unity. A decision last year by one of the country’s biggest food-delivery apps, Meituan, to offer halal food packaging drew an outcry from people in China who said the practice was discriminatory against non-Moslems, as did a Beijing university’s move to offer halal mooncakes at its celebration of the Mid-Autumn festival.

    Another indicator of that sentiment is the extraordinary popularity of the Israeli embassy’s account on Weibo, which last year ranked as the foreign mission with the most followers on the social network, according to a study last year by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute. A possible reason for the embassy’s popularity is that its followers in China see its account as an outlet for sharing Islamophobic comments.

    One of the most liked comments under a Weibo post by the Israeli embassy on the US relocating its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem was “Put the boot into the cancer of humanity”—a likely reference to Moslems.

    The rise of Islamophobia on China’s internet comes against a backdrop of the government’s intensifying crackdown on the country’s 23 million Moslems. [...] In January, China passed a new law that could rewrite how Islam is practiced in the country.

    China has in recent years constructed large-scale re-education camps in Xinjiang where, by one estimate, 1.5 million Moslems are incarcerated, while those living outside the camps are subject to unprecedented levels of surveillance in an ever-growing police state. [...]

    Beijing’s suppression of Islam has also extended to the Hui minority, where reports say that authorities are snuffing out Arabic and Islamic symbols and practices.
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    Eradication of Moslem Ideology Extends Beyond Xinjiang

    Hailed by the authorities for years as the “good Moslems” 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.

    The Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, known as the “homeland of the Huis,” has inherited and carried forward the traditions and culture of its people, and showcased the Hui people’s Moslem faith through a unique architectural style.

    Since the Chinese authorities launched the so-called “de-Arabization” initiative earlier this year, Arabic-style buildings in the Ningxia Region have suffered unprecedented modifications when any Islam-related symbol is being removed from them.

    A residential area in Yongning county of Yinchuan city, is one such example. According local residents, authorities dismantled Arabic-style decorations on the exterior walls of the buildings in this area.

    A construction worker told Bitter Winter that the United Front Work Department gave the orders to remove such decorations in the beginning of spring this year. The construction company where he works has been carrying out the dismantling work in this particular residential area for one month now. The workers have been ordered to paint over writings in Arabic on buildings as well.

    In the village of Najiahu in the same county, the Arabic characters for “Zhonghua Huizu First Street” and Islam-related scripture on Hui-style buildings have all been painted over with blue paint.

    The authorities have renamed Yinchuan city’s Sino-Arabic Cultural Exhibition Center to Silk Road Culture and Travel International Resort, and the Arabic logo has been changed to pinyin – the Chinese, written using the Latin alphabet.

    We received reports from the neighboring province of Gansu about the suppression of Muslim customs and traditions in teaching institutions. In early August, the principal of a kindergarten in Lanzhou city was summoned by the local government for organizing an Arabic language course for children.

    According to the principal, the officials told her that the national school policy does not include the Arabic language courses, and that teaching Arabic violates the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s educational policy; thus, she is prohibited from teaching Arabic to children.

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    Every civilised country should war against Islam.

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    China is also persecuting Christians so I wouldn't get too excited about this.

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    Sweden, Population 10.2 Million, Offers Asylum to China’s over 10 Million Uyhgur Muslims



    The Swedish government will be opening the doors to China’s persecuted Uyghur Muslims and allow them to claim asylum in the country.




    The decision was made this week by the Swedish Migration Board to ease up the regulations for Uyghur Muslims claiming asylum in Sweden saying that they, along with other persecuted Muslims, would be welcome, Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Radio reports.


    Carl Bexelius, Deputy Legal Chief at the Migration Board, expanded on the reasons for the move saying, “What we have seen is that it is rather far-reaching state repression, where one can seize and detain persons without actual criminal charges. You are placed in what is described as retraining camp. This happens arbitrarily.”


    The move could have real consequences for Sweden, a country of 10.2 million people by 2018 estimates, due to the fact that the Uyghur population in China is estimated to be up to 11 million people, according to Chinese state statistics. Over the last year, the Chinese government has severely cracked down on Uyghur Muslims in its western Xinjiang region where up to a million people are believed to have been detained and sent to “re-education” camps across the region.


    In 2015, Sweden took in only a fraction of a million people, around 163,000 asylum claims, which amounted to a cost of around 600 billion Swedish kronor (£48.3 billion), or 14 times the annual defence budget.


    The costs of the recent migrants have put a strain on some municipalities forcing many to consider raising taxes in order to pay for social services and for the national government to even look into raising the retirement age to help cover new costs.The costs of housing, integration, and teaching new migrants Swedish, for those who actually attend the classes, is also complimented by the much higher unemployment rate among migrants than native Swedes.


    Should only half of the population currently in camps in China make their way to Sweden, it is highly unlikely that the country would be able to manage the numbers alone.


    Carl Bexelius at the Swedish Migration Board, however, said he does not think the new move will make more Chinese flee to Sweden saying, “We have relatively few asylum seekers from China and we made the decision not to expel these groups as early as September and we saw no increase then.”



    Instant assylum for muslims...................not so much for white South Africans being killed by racist criminal black people.




    Sweden, Population 10.2 Million, Offers Asylum to China’s over 10 Million Uyhgur Muslims 20 Mar 2019.


    Sweden is gone. Their only concern is an invasion of imaginary Russian midget subs.

    This is what happens when men are feminised and become like women. And women are emasculated and become like men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HailGermania View Post
    Every civilised country should war against Islam.
    Its not complicated. Islam is TNB as a religion. Typical Negro Behavior. You either put islamists
    in their place or they invade your countries and rape your women.

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    China persecutes all organized religions or anything even reminiscent of an organized religion - including Falun Gong

    East Asian societies have no tolerance for those types of divisions existing in their society.

    And I am with them 100% - Organized religions need to be banished.

    This outlook is the reason why East Asians will survive.

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    10:15 - "[...] we were talking about people being sent into these so-called "re-education camps" [...] at alarming rates, 'cause back in earlier this year we were a hundred thousand, like around the hundred thousands, now we're saying up to three million people..."



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