Tag: CONCENTRATION CAMPS

Another Ramadan Without Ramadan

This is a month of beer drinking competitions, force-feeding pork, watching dancing imams, getting closer to the Chinese Communist Party and worshipping their "lord and saviour" Xi Jinping for giving them daily sustenance. Arslan Hidayat reminds us what Ramadan is really about for some of your brothers and sisters.

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China Is Selling “Halal Organs” Taken from Uyghurs

Shocking reports from NGOs claim that wealthy Arabs are purchasing "Halal" organs stolen from Uyghur Muslims in concentration camps

The Betrayal of the Uyghurs ft. Sh Yasir Qadhi & Arslan Hidayat | Unscripted #69

In today's podcast we have a special opportunity with Sh Yasir Qadhi and Arslan Hidayat enlightening us on what is really happening, and more importantly, what WE can do to fulfil our obligations towards our brothers and sisters in East Turkestan.

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They said, “never again”

Take a moment and share this in support of #UyghurAwareness

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“I saw it with my own eyes” – A Letter From Your Uyghur Sisters

Your brave sisters have risked a lot to get their stories out to the rest of the world. Are you going to do your bit?

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China’s Concentration Camps: What Can We Do?

“We are witness to the ‘largest industrial scale persecution of a religious minority since the Holocaust’ and we find Muslim leaders, at best, staying silent, and at worst, speaking in support of such persecution!”

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China introduces decree to make Islam compatible with socialism 

The new law is part of a wider crackdown on Muslims and Islamic traditions in China…

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Why the Muslim World is Silent Over China’s Repression of Uyghurs

The silence of Muslim-majority states over China's repression of Uyghurs is not due to ignorance, writes Lukman Harees, but a calculated political and economic decision.