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China’s Repression of Uighur in Xinjiang
China has been quietly detaining its population of Uighur's, the country’s Muslim minority, in internment camps. First-hand
accounts from inside the camps paint a brutal picture of torture and political indoctrination. At first, China denied the existence of these camps and tried to cover them up. But as a network of academics and activists uncovered evidence of the camps’ locations, and the reality of what’s going on inside, China changed its story.
Who are the Uighur's?
The Uighur's are a Turkic ethnic group whose members are predominantly Muslim. They mainly live in the Xinjiang province of Northwestern China. That puts them closer to the capitals of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan than to Beijing.
And Uighur's are also culturally closer to those Turkic groups than they are to the Han Chinese, China’s ethnic majority.
China has been concerned for decades about the possibility of Uighur separatism.
Uighurs have actually had their own independent nation, two separate times in the last century. In 1933, they established the Islamic Republic of East Turkestan in Kashgar, But it crumbled less than a year later when it was taken over by Chinese forces.
Then in 1944, the Soviet Union backed the creation of the East Turkestan Republic, But when China became Communist in 1949, the Soviet Union turned on East Turkestan, and helped China take it over again.
Why is Xinjiang so important to China?
As Chinese economy grew so did its need for energy. The land sits on a designated “special economic zone” due to its rich oil and mineral supplies. Xinjiang is China’s largest producer of natural gas.
China needs resources, it needs energy. It needs the geographical location, the area on which Xinjiang sits. That’s where Uighurs are.
That’s where they live. And so China wants to have a solid control over that area.
As far back in the 1950s, China saw an opportunity to dilute the influence of the potentially rebellious Uighurs, and started encouraging the migration of Han Chinese, into Xinjiang. And it worked.
In 1945, Uighurs made up over 80% of the population, compared to just 6% of Han Chinese. By 2008, Xinjiang was 46% Uighur compared to 39% Han Chinese.
Over the years, as Xinjiang developed economically, Uighurs were left behind, working mostly low-wage jobs in agriculture while the Han held higher-paying jobs.
Finally, in 2009, a Uighur protest against the discrimination at the hands of the Han and the Chinese government erupted in violence.
“Bloody riots broke out, pitting ethnic Uighur Muslims against the dominant Han Chinese”
One of the worst riots took place in the provincial capital of Urumqi. About 200 people were killed and hundreds injured during the unrest.
And by 2013, Xinjiang had become even more important to China.
The country launched the “Belt and Road Initiatives” a trillion-dollar investment in things like fiber optic cables, train lines and the gas pipelines meant to boost the country’s economic and political influence around the world by making it easier to trade with China.
If we plot these projects on a map you will see a lot of them pass through Xinjiang, making the province arguably the most important corridor for the whole project.
But the most brutal part of this crackdown was hidden to the world at first.
Around 2017, China started building internment camps, large scale places to detain Uighurs.
Why are the Uighurs targeted?
China claims that Uighurs hold extremist views that are a threat to security. They point to attacks in 2013 and 2014, which Uighur militants claimed responsibility for.
Inside the Camps
Praying, fasting during Ramadan, reading the Quran and speaking one’s native language are FORBIDDEN.
Detainees are forced to pledge allegiance to the CCP and sing nationalistic propaganda.
Organ harvesting, poisoning, medical experimentation, injection of unknown substances.
Food and sleep deprivation, solitary confinement, interrogations
Electrocution, water boarding, beatings, rape, death
Up to 3,000,000 people are estimated to be in these camps.
They are locked up without a trial or charge.
FAMILIES ARE BEING RIPPED APART
Thousands of Uighur refugees cannot return to or contact family in East Turkestan, due to fear of punishment from the CCP.
Children are being separated from parents and sent to orphanages in mainland China.
Many do not currently know the whereabouts of family members.
FALLING UIGHUR BIRTH RATES
A report by China scholar Adrian Zenz, showed that natural population growth rates in the Uighur regions of Kashgar and Hooton fell by 84% between 2015 and 2018.
In 2019, birth rates in ethnic minority regions in Xinjiang fell between 30-56%, compared to the national birth rate decrease of 4.2%
The Chinese government has introduced financial incentives to encourage Han Chinese men to marry non-Han women. As a result, Uighur women have been subjected to forced marriages.
GLOBAL RESPONSES TO THE PLIGHT OF THE UIGHURS
In a July letter to the U.N. Human Rights Council, 22 countries, mainly European and excluding the United State, responded to
“disturbing reports of large-scale arbitrary detentions of Uighurs”
By condemning Chinese leadership. Notably 4 days later, 37 countries defended China’s “remarkable achievements in the field of human rights” by protecting their country from “terrorism, separatism and religious extremism”.
Last week, the U.S condemn China on the global stage at the U.N General Assembly with more than 30 other countries calling the camps a “horrific campaign of repression.”
* Why should alcohol be banned (in the light of Islam and science) * The Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Gabriel (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) came to him and said: O Beloved of Allaah, the curse of Allaah is on wine and the brewer. On the one who makes it, and on the one who carries it, and on the one who carries it, and on the one who sells it, and on the one who buys it, and on the one who drinks and drinks. ”Then the Messenger of Allah said,“ If the drunkard dies (without repentance). Then he will be in the court of Allah as an idolater.
Noah planted a vine, but Satan taught him to blow. Noah was not aware of this. When they saw the dry ox, they were upset. Satan asked them, "O Prophet, why are you upset?" Noah (peace be upon him) told the whole story. So Satan said, "I have a solution." He poured the blood of a dog, a rooster, a lion, a fox, a leopard, a fox, and a bear into a vine. was given
Alcohol would destroy homes
Childrens are become orphans and
Domestic violence is also on the rise.
All liver diseases are caused by excessive consumption of alcohol. Alcohol damages the liver and causes incurable diseases. Liver damage can only be identified if 80% of the liver is damaged, which is irreversible. Alcoholic hepatitis is another disease that causes death.
Alcohol is said to be the biggest enemy of the body because it damages many organs at the same time. This not only damages the liver but also the brain. According to one study, one sip of alcohol is enough to get alcohol into the brain in just 30 seconds. Reaching the brain, it affects the chemicals and processes that carry messages from the brain to other parts of the body. Because of this, the brain's ability to function slows down and its balance is disturbed. Drinking too much alcohol weakens the memory.
Dr. Omar Afroz of AIIMS, www.myupchar.com, says that after getting addicted to alcohol, a person is not in a position to think about how much alcohol he is drinking and what will be the harms of alcohol. How deadly
Alcohol has the greatest effect on the kidneys. According to a report, alcohol consumption affects the brain, which prevents the kidneys from urinating in excess. That is, drinking alcohol makes you feel the need to urinate frequently. If this condition persists for a long time, the kidneys may deteriorate. Once the liver enters the body, it processes alcohol. In this way many of the toxins involved in alcohol reach the liver. It causes the liver to swell, which is called fatty liver, and can be damaged.
Alcoholics have the highest risk of developing diabetes. The reason is that the pancreas, or pancreas, makes insulin in the body and alcohol interferes with this. Drinking too much alcohol does not make enough insulin and the person becomes diabetic. If alcohol is not controlled in time, the condition can turn into pancreatic cancer.
Alcohol affects digestion. Drinking too much alcohol causes acidity. Because alcohol affects the inner wall of the stomach. Digestive juices come out of these inner walls of the stomach. Acidity occurs when this digestive juice and alcohol are mixed. When alcohol is drunk, 20%Alcohol is absorbed in the stomach and goes into the blood. 80% Alcohol goes to the heart, brain, kidneys, liver while circulating in the intestine. The electrical cells in our brains that allow us to speak, walk, and cry. Electric cell
Neurotransmitters cause neurotransmitters to run
There are two types. Glutamate
And GABA. Glutamate for high speeds, GABA for slowing down cells. Alcohol increases the amount of GABA in the brain, which causes parts of the brain to stop working. Alcohol affects the cerebellum, which makes it difficult to walk and speak, and if alcohol affects the frontal lobe, which controls important cognitive skills in humans, such as emotional expression, problem solving, memory, language, Decisions and sexual behavior seem heavy on the tongue and anger or sensation comes over small things.
Or if alcohol is the part of the brain that controls short-term and long-term memory that affects the hippocampus, they repeat or forget the same thing over and over again. In addition, alcohol affects many parts of the brain. If it is made of, then the drunkards stop being afraid, embarrassed, thinking. Whenever the body is dehydrated, a hormone called ADH comes from the pituitary gland of the brain.
Extracts which go to the kidneys and help the body to absorb water but drinking too much alcohol causes ADH from the pituitary gland.
Excretion stops due to which the body cannot suck water from the kidneys and all the water from the kidneys starts coming out through the urinary tract, then due to such lack of water there is thirst for water and frequent urination and hangover Symptoms include acetaldetyle, a harmful chemical in the liver that is caused by excess alcohol in the antioxidants, causing an antioxidant to build up in the liver.
Glutathione is deficient. This is why some people experience headaches and vomiting and liver damage. After alcohol enters the lungs, it is expelled through carbon dioxide, which causes bad breath.
In the brain of people who drink a lot of alcohol, GABA receptors become disproportionate after long-term use of alcohol.
Who Is Sanket Deshmukh ?
Sanket Deshmukh is a 18-year-old teenager who enjoys going to the movies, walking and relaxing. He is Helpful and Kind, but can also be very unintelligent and a bit boring.
He is Indian. He is currently at school.
Physically, Sanket is in pretty good shape. He is tall with chocolate skin, grey hair and green eyes.
He grew up in a middle class neighbourhood. He was raised in a happy family home with two loving parents.
Sanket goes to Bessie Street School, where his favourite subjects are drama and music. He loves his teacher Mr Parker but hates Miss Washington whose interests include handing out extra homework.
He is currently in a relationship with Bertha Lee Smyth. Bertha is the same age as him and works as a student.
Sanket's best friend is a teenager called Darrell Jones. They get on well most of the time. He also hangs around with Corey Williams and Jenna Griffin. They enjoy tennis together.
Happy People. Can i be one of them?
Yes. Its all in your hand. Life is like a mirror. Just smile to others and smile will come back to you.
Do not overthink. Do not Judge anyone. Whenever you think someone is doing something wrong, just think is it really bothering someone else? If not, then the person is doing something for its happiness. Let the person be happy and try to be happy in yourself too.
Short and Simple.
YOGA a day, Keeps Stress Away!
All you want in your life is happiness. People are crazy to get the odd things done just for the happiness. You just a need a healthy mind and a healthy body. So why not we can have a 10 minutes Yoga. Only 10 LONG BREATHES can keep you fresh long day. Breath in, count for 5, And breath out. That's ALL.