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    Muslim children forced to drop 'religious' names in western China (OP)


    Saturday 3 June 2017

    Children under 16 told ‘overly religious’ names such as Saddam, Hajj and Jihad must be changed amid pro-Communist rallies across Xinjiang region

    Muslim children in China’s far western Xinjiang region are being forced to change their “religious” names and adults are being coerced into attending rallies showing devotion to the officially atheist Communist party.

    During Ramadan, the authorities in Xinjiang have ordered all children under 16 to change names where police have determined they are “overly religious”. As many as 15 names have been banned, including Islam, Quran, Mecca, Jihad, Imam, Saddam, Hajj, Medina and Arafat, according to Radio Free Asia.

    In April authorities banned certain names for newborns that were deemed to have religious connotations, but the new order expands forced name changes to anyone under 16, the age at which Chinese citizens are issued a national identity card.

    The order coincided with millions gathering at 50,000 individual rallies across Xinjiang this week to pledge allegiance to the Communist party. More than a quarter of the region’s population sang the national anthem at 9am on 29 May and pledged allegiance to the Communist party, according to state media reports.

    Xinjiang’s Muslims mostly belonging to the Uighur ethnic group, a Turkic people. The region has occasionally seen sporadic violence which China blames on international terrorist groups. But overseas observers say the vast majority of incidents are a result of local grievances.

    Full article: https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...-western-china
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    Chinese company leaves Muslim-tracking facial recognition database exposed online

    Researcher finds one of the databases used to track Uyghur Muslim population in Xinjiang.


    One of the facial recognition databases that the Chinese government is using to track the Uyghur Muslim population in the Xinjiang region has been left open on the internet for months, a Dutch security researcher told ZDNet.

    The database belongs to a Chinese company named SenseNets, which according to its website provides video-based crowd analysis and facial recognition technology.

    Yesterday, Victor Gevers, a well-known security researcher that made a name for himself in the past few years by finding leaky MongoDB databases did what he does best and found one of SenseNets' MongoDB databases that had been left exposed online without authentication.

    Gevers told ZDNet that the database contained information on 2,565724 users, along with a stream of GPS coordinates that came in at a rapid pace.

    The user data wasn't just benign usernames, but highly detailed and highly sensitive information that someone would usually find on an ID card, Gevers said. The researcher saw user profiles with information such as names, ID card numbers, ID card issue date, ID card expiration date, sex, nationality, home addresses, dates of birth, photos, and employer.

    For each user, there was also a list of GPS coordinates, locations where that user had been seen.

    The database also contained a list of "trackers" and associated GPS coordinates. Based on the company's website, these trackers appear to be the locations of public cameras from where video had been captured and was being analyzed.

    Some of the descriptive names associated with the "trackers" contained terms such as "mosque," "hotel," "police station," "internet cafe," "restaurant," and other places where public cameras would normally be found.

    Gevers told ZDNet that these coordinates were all located in China's Xinjiang province, the home of China's Uyghur Muslim minority population.

    There are numerous reports of human rights abuses carried out by Chinese authorities in Xinjiang, such as forcing the Uyghur Muslim population to install spyware on their phones, or forcing some Uyghur Muslims into "re-education" camps that Uyghur Muslims living abroad have described as forced labor camps.

    The database that Gevers found wasn't just some dead servers with old data. The researcher said that during the past 24 hours a stream of nearly 6.7 million GPS coordinates were recorded, meaning the database was actively tracking Uyghur Muslims as they moved around.

    Not knowing what he found at the time, Gevers reported the exposed database to its owner, the Chinese company, which secured it earlier today, blocking access from non-Chinese IP addresses using a firewall rule.

    The company did not respond to a request for comment before this article's publication.

    The most common conclusion is that SenseNets is a government contractor, helping authorities track the Muslim minority, rather than a private company selling its product to another private entity. Otherwise, it would be hard to explain how SenseNets has access to ID card information and camera feeds from police stations and other government buildings.

    Gevers said he now regrets helping the company secure its oppression tool.

    https://www.zdnet.com/article/chines...xposed-online/
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    Re: Muslim children forced to drop 'religious' names in western China

    Quote Originally Posted by anatolian View Post
    https://www.yenisafak.com/en/world/p...n-camp-3474170

    Abdurrehim Heyit was a famous Uyghur folk singer. He most probably died because of the torture. Zalimun will pay the price one day.
    If I am not wrong China made him release a 10th Feb statement that he is alive

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    Re: Muslim children forced to drop 'religious' names in western China

    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousonTruth View Post
    If I am not wrong China made him release a 10th Feb statement that he is alive
    China is intentionally propogating fake news on this oppresion to create a confusion in peoples’ mind. So people will give up following the issue. Actually we are still unsure whether he is alive or not.
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    Re: Muslim children forced to drop 'religious' names in western China

    Quote Originally Posted by anatolian View Post
    China is intentionally propogating fake news on this oppresion to create a confusion in peoples’ mind. So people will give up following the issue. Actually we are still unsure whether he is alive or not.
    I am sure they are, however I was talking about this person specifically. The man himself said in the video "This is 10th February."

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    Re: Muslim children forced to drop 'religious' names in western China

    Can you put the link for the video? Hes been in jail the last two years. It can be last year or he might have lost his consious and confuse the dates. Anything can be expected from the chinese torture
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    Salaam

    Another update






    Saudi Arabia's Mohammed bin Salman Defends China's Use of Concentration Camps for Muslims During Visit to Beijing


    As he faces criticism from Western countries over the brutal murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Saudi Arabia’s young crown prince Mohammed bin Salman is forming new alliances.

    On Friday, the leader colloquially known as MBS arrived in China, another country accused of authoritarianism, to meet with officials there. He was greeted by China’s Vice Premier Han Zheng and signed key agreements with Beijing related to energy production and the chemical industry. During his visit, he also appeared to defend China’s use of re-education camps for its country’s Muslim population.

    "China has the right to carry out anti-terrorism and de-extremization work for its national security,” the crown prince was quoted as saying on Chinese television.



    China has detained an estimated 1 million Uighur Muslims in concentration camps, where they are undergoing re-education programs allegedly intended to combat extremism. The Uighur are an ethnic Turkic group that practices Islam and lives in Western China and parts of Central Asia. Beijing has accused the Uighur in its Western Xinjiang region of supporting terrorism and implemented a surveillance regime. Millions of Muslims are also allegedly being forced to study communist doctrine in the camps.

    “The Chinese government has long carried out repressive policies against the Turkic Muslim peoples in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) in northwest China. These efforts have been dramatically scaled up since late 2016, when Communist Party Secretary Chen Quanguo relocated from the Tibet Autonomous Region to assume leadership of Xinjiang,” read a report from the organization Human Rights Watch.

    “There have been reports of deaths in the political education camps, raising concerns about physical and psychological abuse, as well as stress from poor conditions, overcrowding, and indefinite confinement,” the report continued. “While basic medical care is available, people are held even when they have serious illnesses or are elderly; there are also children in their teens, pregnant and breastfeeding women, and people with disabilities. Former detainees reported suicide attempts and harsh punishments for disobedience in the facilities.”



    China claimed the camps were vocational training schools.

    Uighur groups called on Mohammed bin Salman to use his official visit to pressure China on the issue of the concentration camps, as Saudi Arabia has traditionally been a defender of the rights of Muslims worldwide.

    But under the leadership of the young crown prince, the country’s leadership has become more pragmatic in its pursuit of foreign policy interests. For example, Saudi Arabia has reportedly started developing closer ties with Israel despite persistent complaints from human rights groups about the country’s treatment of Palestinians. The tentative alliance is meant to sideline Iran, Israel and Saudi Arabia’s mutual enemy.

    Mohammed bin Salman will also meet China’s President Xi Jingping during his visit to the country. China and Saudi Arabia have close economic ties, having done an estimated $63 billion worth of trade in 2018.

    The killing of Washington Post columnist Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Turkey in October 2018 isolated Saudi Arabia internationally. The U.S. intelligence community determined that Mohammad bin Salman was responsible for orchestrating the murder.

    https://www.newsweek.com/saudi-arabi...uslims-1340592
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    Re: Muslim children forced to drop 'religious' names in western China

    What would you expect from him anything else? I am not disappointed..I am more scared of the things to come when he becomes the king..
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    Re: Muslim children forced to drop 'religious' names in western China

    Quote Originally Posted by anatolian View Post
    What would you expect from him anything else? I am not disappointed..I am more scared of the things to come when he becomes the king..
    IF he becomes king. Well technically he is already an acting king.

    From the things I heard from ex-sCIA officials like Brennan and other politicians and the debacle with Canada, it seems many politicians in the West don't like him either. Maybe its because he might have close links with Putin.

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    Re: Muslim children forced to drop 'religious' names in western China

    Salaam

    He's a bit of a wild card, he's not as pliable as previous rulers. It could be he needs the investment and is willing to 'look the other way' (Pakistan is doing the same thing). Some have defended him.



    Jugding by his previous record of silencing, imprisoning and eliminating those who disagree with him, lets not forget his cosying up to the Zios and whats happening in Yemen, Qatar etc. So its plausible.



    You realy have a high opinion of yourself. MBS protecting Islam? Really? Why does he need to 'outsource' this?

    US dictating Saudi religious policy



    But thats the point he didnt mention it, or even hint at it, hes showing indifference or tacit approval.
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    Re: Muslim children forced to drop 'religious' names in western China

    The Saudis and Emirati arabs are exactly the same kind of people who allied with Lawrence of Arabia.

    The Saudis saying MBS or KSA is front of islam reminds me of how nationalist Turks say Mustafa Kemal defended Islam from the West.

    The arabs are very deluded. No one outside Salafi circles support them. Much more people support Iran. I'm a 'Sunni' and I don't like Iran very much but I would support Iran over KSA/UAE anyday
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    Salaam

    Another update.



    Blurb

    Aydin Anwar is an Uyghur-American activist and a 4th year undergraduate at Duke University majoring in International Comparative Studies. She has focused a lot of her work on the plight of East Turkestan and its occupation through her fieldwork of Uyghur refugees in Turkey and organizing and speaking at conferences. She has appeared on Al-Jazeera, TRT World, and Now This

    - with her most recent piece regarding the concentration camps gaining over 60 million views worldwide. She also recently launched fundraiser campaign to support Uyghur orphans and women in Turkey and has raised over $71,000.




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    Another update.









    Chinas long term plans.

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    Re: Muslim children forced to drop 'religious' names in western China

    China Muslims got it hard

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    Cowardly and pathetic.

    Organisation of Islamic Cooperation ‘commends’ China for its treatment of Muslims


    One of the largest inter-governmental bodies in the world has endorsed China’s treatment of its Muslim citizens, just as the country is facing growing scrutiny for its policies targeting Uighurs in Xinjiang.

    The Council of Foreign Ministers under the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) held a meeting in Abu Dhabi on March 1 and 2. It adopted a resolution on “safeguarding the rights of Muslim communities and minorities in non-OIC member states,” which included a positive reference to China.

    The predominantly Muslim Uighur ethnic group are among the minorities targetted in what Beijing claims is a campaign to tackle unrest and separatism. The UN says a million Uighurs have been arbitrarily detained in extralegal “political reeducation camps,” whilst Human Rights Watch reports that surveillance and repression in Xinjiang has increased dramatically since 2016. The NGO says that biometric data is collected from residents, passports are confiscated, religious activity restricted, “abnormally long” beards, public prayers and Muslim veils are banned, whilst vehicle and mobile phone owners are made to install trackers.

    The Council “welcomes the outcomes of the visit conducted by the General Secretariat’s delegation upon invitation from the People’s Republic of China; commends the efforts of the People’s Republic of China in providing care to its Muslim citizens; and looks forward to further cooperation between the OIC and the People’s Republic of China,” the resolution read.

    The OIC has 57 member states, and aims to provide “the collective voice of the Muslim world.” Its Council of Foreign Ministers meet yearly and oversee the implementation of OIC’s general policies, with its Abu Dhabi meeting being its 46th session.

    The World Uyghur Congress said it was “extremely disappointing” that the OIC failed to raise the issue the mass detention of Uighurs.



    Patrick Poon, a researcher at NGO Amnesty International, also called the resolution disappointing.

    “I think we all need to ask the OIC members if they believe that the camps are really for ‘vocational training’ while so many Uighurs and Kazakhs and other Muslims living overseas are complaining losing contact with their relatives in Xinjiang?” Poon told HKFP.

    “Are they suggesting that they support the mass detention of their Muslim brothers and sisters in China? If so, it’s really alarming and ironic to see how the Muslim countries are turning a blind eye to the fate of their brothers and sisters in China and indirectly encouraging China to crackdown on Islamism in China,” he added.



    Last month, Turkey became the first Muslim nation to publicly criticise China over its policies in Xinjiang. The Turkish foreign ministry spokesperson said: “The systematic assimilation policy of Chinese authorities towards Uighur Turks is a great embarrassment for humanity.”

    The country also called on the international community and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres “to take effective steps to end the human tragedy in Xinjiang region.”

    https://www.hongkongfp.com/2019/03/1...tment-muslims/



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    Millions of Muslims face Orwellian hell in China – Alistair Carmichael MP


    The UK cannot just ignore allegations of forced organ harvesting and appalling human rights abuses of the Muslim Uyghur minority group in China, says Alistair Carmichael MP. We have learned over the years to manage our expectations when it comes to human rights and the Chinese Government.

    Freedom of speech and press are rarely respected. Freedom of association is heavily clamped down on. Brutal and degrading treatment and arbitrary detention is rife. The use of capital punishment is massive and undocumented. The close monitoring of religious observance is also nothing new. The tools for that monitoring and oppression may have changed from secret police and informants, to surveillance cameras and internet tracking, but the fundamental oppression remains as strong and widespread as it ever was. But, even in that context, the treatment of the Uyghur Muslims of Xinjiang still has the capacity to shock. In August 2018, BBC journalist John Sweeney produced a remarkable 10-minute report on the Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang. Before I watched it, I had never heard of Xinjiang province.

    Afterwards I could hardly get it out of my mind. Sweeney’s report revealed that since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Chinese state has increasingly clamped down on Uyghur culture under the guise of counter-terror legislation. Religious practices can only occur in Government-approved mosques as a method of monitoring and controlling the communities. Headscarves and veils for women and beards on men are banned.

    Muslims are forced to eat pork, despite it being forbidden by their religion. Since 2012, the situation has deteriorated even further. It is estimated that between one million and three million people have been arrested and placed in detention camps – styled as “re-education camps by the Chinese Government – across Xinjiang. “Re-education” has an already Orwellian tone to it. The reality is ten times worse. Imagine George Orwell writing in the style of Franz Kafka and you start to get the idea. Eyewitness accounts describe the prisoners as being “like robots”. It is said that they appear “as if they had lost their souls, and their memories”. To get food, they must sing pro-Chinese songs.

    They must disavow their Islamic beliefs and praise the State. Failure to do so results in severe reprisals. The State will not let prisoners sleep. They hang people up for hours and beat them. There is no freedom except the freedom to love the Chinese Communist party. “Power”, Orwell wrote, “is in tearing human minds to pieces and putting them together again in new shapes of your own choosing.” Those who built and run the re-education camps saw his novel 1984 not as work of fiction but as an instruction manual.

    What can we do? So far, much of the research and investigations have been driven forward by John Sweeney and others in the BBC and campaign groups like Amnesty International, Christian Solidarity Worldwide, Human Rights Watch, and the World Uyghur Congress. Across the Western world, the response from governments, keen not to offend the Chinese Government, has been muted at best, more often totally absent.

    This prompted Turkey’s Foreign Minister to call Western governments out on this. When you are relying on Turkey’s Government to give a lead on human rights then you know something has gone badly wrong somewhere. Last year the UK Parliament passed the Criminal Finances Act. In that, so-called Magnitsky laws allow us to freeze the bank accounts of human rights abusers. Get them by the bank balance and their hearts and minds will follow.

    The UK, as a permanent member of the United Nations’ Security Council, should be demanding a UN-led investigation into what is happening in the re-education camps and across the Xinjiang region. So far, very few who have gone into the camps have come out again.

    The process of their detention is without trial, and without end. Many disappear, never to be seen or heard of again. Organ harvesting has long been rumoured in China, and strenuously denied by the Chinese State. It started with practitioners of Falun Gong. With demand continuously rising, in its voracious need provide new healthy organs, the allegations are now swirling that the practice is now affecting Uyghurs, Christians, Tibetan Buddhists and any other prisoners of conscience who will not be brainwashed.

    The idea of forced harvesting sounds simply unbelievable. What human could kill another human for their organs? It is easy to dismiss as ridiculous hyperbole, but it is not ridiculous. The UN special rapporteur on torture has already reported its concern that between 60,000 and 100,000 transplants have taken place, while the number of Chinese on the national donation register is far lower. The rumours now reported go even further, that not only are these organs harvested to satisfy China’s growing demand, but that they are being sold to Iran and Saudi Arabia. The exact reason the Chinese oppress this religious minority, is the exact reason they are so valuable for export – their Islamic beliefs. The soft-power about which our Government continuously boasts only works if we are willing to use it.

    There is no clearer case where we should seek to bring that influence to bear, and to lead the international condemnation of this ethnic cleansing. The message from the Government to China has got to be clear. We know what is going on in Xinjiang. We are not willing to sit back and be bystanders.

    https://www.scotsman.com/news/opinio...l-mp-1-4891550


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