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China tightens restrictions on Uighur Muslims

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China has increased its restrictions that target the spiritual and educational life of Muslims in China
This was mentioned in a report published by the NPR
Muslim families burn their books on the Islamic religion and hide traces of that from their homes

A report by NPR revealed that China has increased its restrictions that target the spiritual and educational life of Muslims in China, indicating that Muslim families burn their books on the Islamic religion and hide traces of that from their homes for fear of raids by the Chinese security.
The report quotes an example of 14 men who were taken this year to police departments, and wre subjected one after the other to weeks of interrogations about their correspondence and their political views on the internet.
The report quoted a Muslim publisher as saying that “every family in the region burns its books and disposes of the ashes of the burning.”
The publisher, who fled China and continues to publish books from abroad, asked not to be identified because at least 40 of his relatives were arrested or sentenced to prison because of their religious beliefs.
According to the report, published by media outlets, the Chinese authorities have forced almost all mosques in Ningxia and eastern Henan Province to “renovate” by removing their domes and Arabic letters.

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