Hailed for their loyalty to the CCP for years, the “good Muslims” are losing their preferential status and become victims of persecutions just because of ethnicity and faith. by Li Guang The Communist government has long treated China’s two largest Muslim groups differently. The Uyghurs, who primarily live in Xinjiang, were presented as “bad” Muslims, separatist and inclined […]
Whether it’s a mosque, a residential area, or shop signboards, anything with Islamic symbols is being altered or destroyed by the authorities. This campaign is now in full force in Henan.
The CCP is expanding its arsenal of the anti-Muslim campaign with new, “softer” measures, hoping to conceal the real picture of religious persecution.
Islam-related symbols continue to be removed or covered up in the provinces of China with sizeable Hui Muslim populations.
On April 11, authorities ordered to forcibly demolish part of a newly-built mosque in a village of Gansu Province and later arrested people who shared the news.
A Han Chinese travels through Xinjiang to realize that the CCP’s propaganda about the life of Muslims is covering up the disturbing reality of oppression.