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China Denies ‘Religious Prisoners’ Despite Blatant Evidence Of Religious Persecution And Indoctrination Camps


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Mary Margaret Olohan

April 5, 2020

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China denied that China keeps religious prisoners and detains Muslims, though evidence from multiple sources shows that this is a lie.

The spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China Twitter account tweeted Friday that ‘there’s absolutely no ‘religious prisoners’ or ‘detention of a million Muslims from Xinjiang’ in China.”

“We urge the US to stop making political maneuvers & slanders,” the spokesman added.

 (RELATED: Here Are Some Reasons Why China Is Imprisoning Muslims)

His tweet came despite copious amounts of evidence that China targets and imprisons Muslims and Christians for their religious beliefs and created mass indoctrination camps specifically for groups like Uighurs and Kazakhs.

A database obtained by The Associated Press in February found that the Chinese government imprisoned Muslims for basic religious activity, such as going to a mosque, praying or having a long beard............(Snip)

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