'If you enter a camp, you never come out': inside China's war on Islam

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    The Luopu County No 1 Vocational Skills Training Centre is hard to miss. It emerges suddenly, a huge campus towering over hectares of farmland.

    Outside the compound, surrounded by tall white concrete walls lined with barbed wire and surveillance cameras, a police car patrols while several guards carrying long batons stand watch. The centre, which straddles a highway, is bigger than most of the surrounding villages – about 170,000sq metres. A banner on one building says: “Safeguard ethnic unity.”

    Half a dozen people stand on the roadside, staring at the buildings. No one is willing to say exactly what this prison-like facility is or why they are waiting on its perimeter.


    “We don’t know,” says an older woman. Another woman has come to see her brother but declines to say more. A young girl with her two brothers announces they have come to see their father. Her mother quickly hushes her.

    They are reluctant to talk because the building is not a formal prison or university, but an internment camp where Muslim minorities, mainly Uighurs, are sent against their will and without trial for months or even years.

    Researchers and residents say southern Xinjiang, where the Luopu County No 1 Vocational Skills Training Centre is located, has borne the brunt of the government’s crackdown on Muslims because of its density of Uighurs and distance from major cities.

    “We have a saying in Hotan: If you go into a concentration camp in Luopu, you never come out,” said Adil Awut*, from Hotan City, who is now living overseas.

    In December, the United Nations asked for direct access to the camps after a panel said it had received “credible reports” that 1.1 million Uighurs, Kazakhs, Hui and other ethnic minorities had been detained.

    Beijing has aggressively defended its policies and sought to portray the camps as benign and Xinjiang, where outbursts of violence occurred in the 1990s and 2000s, as peaceful thanks to government efforts.
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    First off, I feel ALL religions are fucking bullshit and in a perfect world should be abolished the worst of them being the WHOLE Black church!!! But one can only dream...
    On the above subject matter, I don't know if their approach is actually an effective or good one. However, I will admit and testify that Islam is a very violent and oppressive religion, and is in serious need of reform. Linda Sarsour and many liberals can space me that B.S about 'oh Islamophobia!'. Yes, for Muslims living in Western countries they have freedom and rights that are respected but that not the case for those living in Muslim countries who are, sold as slaves, raped, limbs cut off, beheaded, lashed, thrown off buildings because they fail to follow/adhere to a fictional book.
    I see what China is doing as a full scale preventative measure. They are 100% aware of how Islam can make one violent and due to their low human rights standard, they can carry out acts like this.
    I would advice anyone looking to have a raw in dept view on Islam, how the West esp liberals fears Islam and how Islamic countries push their destructive agenda in Western/ Developed countries and then cry 'Islamophobia' when caught, to read Ali A. Rizvi and Armin Navabi books or watch their Youtube videos.
     
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