Raising Awareness about the Uyghur Muslim Concentration Camps

Raising Awareness about the Uyghur Muslim Concentration Camps

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Rahma Hafedh started this petition to United Nations

Right now, more than 3 MILLION Uyghur Muslims are put in concentration camps in Xinjiang, China. The government has been targeting Muslims through a campaign of torture, surveillance, no rights to practice their religion and brainwashing these Muslims to disown their religion to become "normal citizens". A genocide happening right now! 

Men are taken to concentration camps, children are sent to orphanages and women are forcefully being married to other Chinese men. In the concentration camps, they are forced to eat pork, drink alcohol, and denounce themselves as Muslims. Leaked documents show that detainees are forced to take pills and get injections, they are the human subject of medical experiments, organ harvesting and sterilization procedures. They must memorize propaganda songs and confess to invented sins. 10-30% of the Uyghur Muslims are put in concentration camps.

However, those who are living outside the concentration camps are also in extremely bad conditions. Outside the camps a spyware app must be installed on their phone, so the government can monitor their activity. Muslim women cannot wear the hijab (scarf) unless they are over the age of 45. They are not allowed to speak any foreign language, there is no halal food, pork and alcohol MUST be in every household. Facial recognition can capture who is passing by a mosque and punish them for doing so. 

This has been going on since the spring of 2017, with a U.S. commission calling it "the largest mass incarceration of a minority population in the world today." NO ONE deserves to be persecuted due to their religious beliefs. Raise awareness by sharing this petition to stand up for the Uyghur Muslims in China of this immoral and inhumane persecution!

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