Amnesty says China detains 30 relatives of exiled Uighur leader

Source: Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) – Authorities in China’s far western region of Xinjiang have in recent months detained up to 30 relatives of an exiled ethnic Uighur leader, Rebiya Kadeer, rights group Amnesty International said on Tuesday.

It was not possible to independently verify the report.

Xinjiang, where hundreds have died in recent years in violence between majority Han Chinese and ethnic Uighurs who call Xinjiang home, is under tight security and independent reporting there is difficult.

Uighurs are a mostly Muslim people who speak a Turkic language.

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  1. Every where, the extremist Muslim create the problem for all Muslims, the extremist Muslim even they are small groups but their voice is so loud and militant.

    Muslim around the world can live in peace in global society if they do not demand syariah states, do not implement the syariah law in publict. Like halal food, halal Restaurant, Syariah Bank, syariah school, shariah Hospital, etc. where non Muslim cannot join it. This kind of syariah laws are wring and mislead Muslim.

    The extremist Muslim in Melawi city, Philipine has been destroyed, thousand innocent people died and suffered as well in Rohingya.

    Muslim have to obey the land of law. I will appreciate Ahmadiyyah Muslim NEVER intend to create Syariah law where they live in the West. Non Muslim countries welcome them.

    So the problem we face today is the Extremist Muslim who want to implement Syariah law in non Islam countries.
    This is Muslim problem, only Islamic clerics can solve this problem. Islamic clerics have to clean our home first before blame Islamophobia.
    Hopefully Ahmadiyyah clerics can speak up loudly to reject those clerics who create syariah law.

    All ❤️

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