Atrocities on Uygar Muslims in China, ban on fasting in Ramadan, spies are keeping an eye - Newztezz Online


Thursday, April 13, 2023

Atrocities on Uygar Muslims in China, ban on fasting in Ramadan, spies are keeping an eye

Uyghur Muslims in China: Chinese police is using spies to keep an eye on Uyghur Muslims. This is so that no one can fast during the holy month of Ramzan.

Uyghur Muslims in China: In the month of Ramadan , Uyghur Muslims are being oppressed in China. His fasting is being banned. They are being prohibited from fasting in this holy month of Ramzan. Uygar Muslims do not keep Roza, that's why Chinese police is using their spies. This has been revealed in the report of Radio Free Asia.

It has been told in this report that China has named that spy as 'Kan'. Spies include common people, police officers and committee members of that area. Talking to Radio Free Asia, a police officer said that we have many secret agents. He told that this has been done as part of an attempt to reduce Uyghur culture, language and religion.

Spy eye on the morsel of Uygar Muslims

Please tell that China is perpetrating this oppression against Uyghur Muslims in Turpan in eastern Xinjiang. On the occasion of Ramzan, no Uyghur Muslims in China have come under target today. This series is going on since 2017. China started banning fasting in Xinjiang from 2017. According to the report, this year the Chinese authorities had locked Uygar Muslims in 're-education' camps.

Slight relaxation was given in 2021-22

However, after four-five years, in 2021-22, it was relaxed a bit. This year people above the age of 65 were allowed to keep the fast. According to a report by Radio Free Asia, a police officer at Turpan City Police Station said that the government has prohibited everyone from observing the fast this year, regardless of age, gender or profession.

54 out of 56 families had violated the law

According to the report, in the first week of Ramadan, the Chinese authorities summoned 56 Uyghur families and former prisoners for questioning about their activities. Of these, 54 had violated the law. According to the report, the officials said that two or three spies were selected from each village in Turpan to conduct espionage.

These spies will keep an eye on the people fasting there. The police officer told that these 'eared' detectives are from three areas. He said that where I work, there are 70 to 80 Uyghur policemen, who either act directly as 'ears' or lead other detectives.

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