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https://www.independent.co.United Kingdom/news/world/Asia/china-Muslim-detention-centres-xinjiang-un-security-council-letter-a8999236.html Would love to know who else signed this letter, probably won't do much either way, but it's a nod in the right direction.
Guest posted a topic in Politics/Current EventsAssalamualaikum I noticed that many Shia Imams and Moulanas have spoken about Palestinians, Kashmiris, and even Rohingyas(from time to time), but nothing on the Uyghurs. For maulanas and Imams in the East(Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Arab world, Muslim countries), the answer is obvious(Chinese money has bought them and if they risk talking out of line, they may harm themselves and the community as well as issues in their territory as well(namely Pakistan)) However, here in the West(US and Europe) Maulanas and Imams are saying nothing and are not calling out the Chinese government. I am sure there have been individual cases of Maulanas calling out the Chinese government, but I noticed complete silence amongst the majority, especially the ones in the West. Any reason as to why Maulanas are silent on the persecution of the Uyghurs and occupation of East Turkistan(Do not call it Xinjiang, it is like calling Palestine Israel)?
Has anyone heard anything about this?? I refuse to use Apple products for different reasons, but this is a great reason as to why I will never give Apple another blessed cent ever again. Absolutely horrible, but figures considering that Apple is an SJW company and they're almost always complete hypocrites. https://www.businessinsider.com/apple-forced-uighur-labor-iphone-factory-2020-3
Salaam, My mother's father was an Uyghur Chinese man who was born and raised in Kashkar, China (Also known as Urumchi, China). My mother has always said that her father would tell her that they were the "decedents of the rightful ones." I'm not too sure what that means. My mother's side family are sunni, but she believes that her father and past generations may have been shias. What I'm curious to know is that is there any proof of shias in Urumchi, China? My grandfather told my mother that there was a time when certain muslims were killed for following a certain sect of Islam. Could it be possible that my mother's family afterall be decedents of shias, but converted to sunni to keep themselves safe?? I don't know was wondering if anyone else has any idea. JazakAllah Kheyr in advance
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