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Showing posts with label Uyghur. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Uyghur. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Global Islamophobia: China, India, and Beyond

INTERNATIONAL POLICY DIGEST
Mohamed Elshekh
MAY 10, 202

State-sponsored persecution and unlawful vigilantism characterize the sociopolitical conditions of many Muslim minority communities. The French Senate’s latest proposal to ban the hijab in public settings and the ongoing exodus of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar spotlight only a few manifestations of Islamophobia in countries across the globe. The laws and rhetoric against Islam and Muslims have led to violent killings, mass migration, and even genocide. These are not merely isolated case studies of Islamophobia but global trends that need to be challenged. Governments have mobilized targeted efforts against the beliefs and practices of Muslims, effectively rejecting international standards which safeguard religious pluralism and the freedom to worship.

Thursday, April 8, 2021

Religious freedom must be guaranteed for everyone, everywhere, all the time

THE HILL
BY SAM BROWNBACK AND GAYLE MANCHIN, 
OPINION CONTRIBUTORS  
04/06/21 
 
THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY CONTRIBUTORS ARE THEIR OWN AND NOT THE VIEW OF THE HILL

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Merdan Ghappar was put in a prison camp in China for being a Muslim. Pastor Youcef was thrown in jail in Iran for following Jesus and helping others do the same. Twenty-five-year-old Ravinder Singh was killed in Pakistan for being a Sikh. And just last week in Indonesia, two terrorist suicide bombers targeted Roman Catholics as they were leaving Sunday morning mass.

What do they have in common? Religious persecution.

Thursday, August 6, 2020

ICC: Shy hope for Uyghurs and Rohingyas

INVENTIVE
Swapnil Singh
August 4, 2020
 China and Burma have not ratified the Rome Statute establishing the International Criminal Court. However, crimes committed against these minorities can be prosecuted if part of the facts concerns signatory countries.

Extremely serious crimes on a very large scale. While the abuses against the Syrians are finally starting to be investigated and condemned, those committed against Uyghurs in China and Rohingyas in Burma have not yet arrived at this stage. The judicial calendar is rarely in tune with the media, but this does not prevent the recent months, justice has scored points in the prosecution of the perpetrators of recent crimes against humanity, even genocide.

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Right now, Rohingya crisis bigger than China’s treatment of Uyghur - Dr M

malaysia kini
6th November 2019
Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said Malaysia will only join the world in protesting China’s alleged ill-treatment of the Uyghur Muslims if it resulted in a mass emigration of Uyghurs fleeing the country.