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Egypt Rounds up Uyghur Muslims at behest of Chinese Government*

Egypt Rounds up Uyghur Muslims at behest of Chinese Government*

Authorities crack down on community of thousands of east Asian Muslims, many of whom who had fled Chinese religious persecution

Foreign students read from the Qur’an at al-Azhar mosque in the old city of Cairo (AFP)

 

Panic is spreading among Cairo’s Uyghur community as Egyptian security forces round up students in raids on houses, schools and mosques, as part of a crackdown apparently carried out at the behest of the Chinese government.

“The government has been making arrests for three months now, but it was mostly people with expired visas,” a Uyghur source in Cairo told Middle East Eye on Thursday.

“They don’t check for visas anymore. They just violently arrest, and we don’t know where they [those arrested] are now.”

Photos of ransacked Cairo flats began circulating on social media on Wednesday, with reports of security forces arresting even those with valid visas and others holidaying on beaches near Alexandria.

Meanwhile, students were reportedly hiding at home, but face being rounded up by Egyptian police. The MEE source said there were reports of sweeping arrests at al-Azhar University, where many Uyghurs were studying Arabic and Islam.

“They’re mostly arresting the young men,” a member of the Uyghur community called Sumaya told MEE.

“But I know of women who have been taken too, though we hide when we hear the government knocking on our door.”

The raids and arrests come after Chinese authorities ordered Uyghur overseas students to return home by 20 May, as part of a government move to screen political views and activities, reported Chinese media at the time.

Chinese government representatives have since reportedly shown up in predominantly Uyghur areas in Cairo, stopping by mosques and schools to order students return to China, members of the community told MEE.

Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Wednesday urged Egyptian authorities to disclose where those who had been arrested were being held, and to “not deport them back to China, where they face persecution and torture”.

HRW said it believed dozens of people have been arrested and were due for deportation.

Egypt is rounding up Uyghur students, sending the community into a panic. pic.twitter.com/SGMZUTYsrk

— Human Rights Watch (@hrw) July 5, 2017

Many in the Uyghur community claim that deportations will result in imprisonment in what they describe as death camps in China.

Other members of the community who abruptly left Egypt out of fear of being arrested reportedly often disappeared once they arrived in China.

“Some of our friends who went home just disappeared,” Maryam, a Uyghur, told MEE.

“We don’t know what happened to them. It’s not safe for us to go home.”

Egyptian authorities have not responded to MEE’s requests for comment at the time of writing.

Crackdown sows fear

Cairo is home to thousands of Uyghurs who largely come to Egypt to escape the Chinese government’s increasingly intrusive restrictions on religious freedom in their hometowns and villages. Others come to learn Arabic, study at the world renowned Azhar University, and experience life in a Muslim country.

But members of the community told MEE that visa renewals are now regularly rejected, and students without valid papers are banned from enrolling at Azhar University.

Uyghur students in Cairo told MEE that the community was increasingly worried about Egyptian authorities waiting outside Azhar University at dismissal hours to check student passports and potentially arrest Uyghur students.

Meanwhile, students received frantic calls from relatives telling them to get on the first flight back to China or else their parents would be thrown in jail, Uyghur sources told MEE.

Despite having been visible for many years on city buses and in the north-eastern suburb of Nasr City, Uyghurs are now rarely sighted in the city.

Following the May announcement, a group of Uyghur students in gathered to say goodbye at an ice cream shop in Nasr City’s Hayy-el-Sabey,’ where most Uyghur students reside.

Two Uyghur sisters, Salma, aged 19, and Maryam, 20, who had come to Cairo a year ago to learn Arabic, were flying to Dubai the next day. They told MEE they would not be able to return home because they feared persecution upon arrival.

Friends of the girls said that most students who could afford to relocate or had family outside of China booked flights to countries such as Turkey. The rest were stranded in Egypt, unable to safely go home or relocate to another country.

Three months later, the two sisters still reside with relatives in the UAE.

Chinese repression of the Uyghurs

Uyghur students say scarves, skullcaps, facial hair and veils are banned in the Xinjiang region.

Women, who were initially forbidden from wearing the colour black because they were told it was an extremist colour, are restricted from wearing anything that comes down below the knee. Meanwhile, women who dress modestly are threatened and profiled as extremists, members of the community told MEE.

At the same time, travelling between towns and villages in China is considered hazardous because they are dotted with checkpoints manned by heavily armed guards, and young males travelling in groups of three or more are targeted, harassed and often imprisoned.

Residents of Xinjiang, also known as East Turkestan, are allowed one kitchen knife per household, which they must register. Cameras are installed in and outside mosques, and plans are underway to GPS track every car in the region. If a family or individual is caught studying Arabic or the Qur’an, they are imprisoned, and must pay between 10 and 100,000 rmb (up to $15,000) to get out of jail, said Uyghurs in Egypt.

Wealthy families who can afford to pay the fines often have their assets seized, while citizens are reportedly coerced or monetarily enticed to spy on their neighbours and are encouraged to report “dangerous” behaviour, such as prayer.

Coming from such a repressive climate in China, Uyghurs viewed life in Egypt as a veritable luxury, particularly as they were able to freely practice their religion, but now feel betrayed by a country they felt was a safe haven.

Sumaya, who came to Cairo two years ago to practice her religion more freely, is currently hiding in the home of an Egyptian friend.

She fears trying to leave because she heard of arrests happening at the airport as well.

“I am safe for now, but if the situation escalates, I fear the worst,” Sumaya told MEE.

* Names have been changed for security reasons

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Elimination by Assimilation: China Offers Cash for Interracial Marriages with Uyghurs*

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How Muslims and Hindus of Tando Adam came together in Ramadhan*

How Muslims and Hindus of Tando Adam came together in Ramadhan*

By Manoj Genani (photo credit)

Fasting through the month of June, Pakistanis across the nation had to deal with a scorching summer, while trying to abstain from all the delicacies they would later enjoy on Eid. Even though the majority of the month went by without incident, the last few days of Ramadhan proved a grim prelude to what should be a festive period.

It is no secret that certain elements in Pakistan want to divide Pakistanis based on their caste and creed through spreading fear and vitriol. However, locals in the small city of Tando Adam proved that despite a difference in their beliefs, consideration and understanding of each others cultures and traditions is what Pakistan needs to exist as a diverse society.

Coming together for Iftar, the Hindu and Muslim communities of Tando Adam showed that they can coexist in a multicultural city. The Hindu Panchayat hosted an evening vegetarian Iftar party and distributed Eid gifts and goods to 350 impoverished families.

A young man lays the table for the guests for the evening’s diverse Iftar party

 

The vegetarian menu included plenty of fruits.

 

Hindus and Muslims join hands in a collective prayer towards unity and religious harmony

 

Hindu religious leader Raju Baba feeding his Muslim compatriot after hearing the Adhan

 

“This is our home. We are one, we have to respect each other and take care of each other’s beliefs & values,” claimed Raju Baba, a leader of the Hindu community, adding that they have been living this way for centuries, with “peace and pluralism.”

Before the Iftar party women of all ages from low income households gathered to collect Eid gifts being distributed by the Hindu Panchayat and Odero Lal Welfare Organisation. Unable to afford Eid supplies on their own, the women walked away content with food, clothes and shoes for themselves and the family.

Women sat patiently as they waited for the distribution of Eid supplies

 

Women of all ages showed up to the distribution ceremony

 

Some ladies were grateful as they hadn’t been Eid shopping for a couple of years due to low wages or unemployment.

Elderly women who would normally have to work extra hours to afford the gifts were particularly content.

 

Women were able to walk away, knowing that they would be able to celebrate a colourful Eid

 

The local Hindu community gathered these gifts, fearing that low income families would be unable to celebrate Eid like the rest of the nation.

“We collected funds from the Hindu Panchayat and delivered Eid gifts to impoverished Muslim families,” said Dileep Kumar Kohistani, an organiser of the Iftar party.

Ghulam Nabi Nizamani from the Social Welfare Department was of the view that religious issues were at a low in Sindh and people were reluctant of these kind of activities due to extremism in Pakistan. However, the reemergence of such events is key for the revival of religious harmony.

At the end of the day the communities were lauded for their efforts of showing a peaceful and harmonious, multicultural society

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Iraqis Travel to Mosul to Celebrate Eid in a Show of Solidarity*

Iraqis Travel to Mosul to Celebrate Eid in a Show of Solidarity*

By Sali Mahdy

 

‘Mosul celebrates first Eid in three years with the Eid in Mosul campaign’ uploaded on June 28, 2017 by the AlMawsleya channel.

A group of around 300 Iraqis recently traveled from south and central Iraq to Mosul to celebrate the Eid al-Fitr holiday with their newly liberated compatriots.

In the summer of 2014, the militant group Islamic State (also known as ISIS, ISIL, and Daesh) drove out Iraqi security forces and seized control of Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, in a territorial sweep of much of northern Iraq.

It was in Mosul that the militant group’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, declared an Islamic Caliphate spanning Syria and Iraq.

Since then, life for Mosul’s residents has been one of fear, oppression, and hardship.

Daily life changed for the worse with the persecution of minorities, food and fuel shortages, and intimidation and harsh punishment.

An effort to retake the city by Iraqi security forces began in October 2016. After eight months of intense battle just a handful of neighbourhoods remain under the group’s control, prompting Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi to recently declare the end of the Islamic State.

The “Eid in Mosul” campaign was organized by a group of Iraqi activists led by Hamid al-Sayed, Ali al-Touki, and Mohammed al-Raji.

Originally an idea to visit old friends who had been trapped under Islamic State rule, the plan turned into a full-blown campaign after generating enormous interest on Facebook. More than 1,700 people expressed interest in joining the trip but security conditions would only allow 300.

This Eid was the first in three years in which Maslawis (people of Mosul) were able to publicly celebrate. The day was filled with events forbidden under the Islamic State, including poetry readings, theatre, and live music. Mosul’s visitors also brought a gift of more than 1,000 books from Baghdad as part of the “I am Iraq, I Read” campaign, an initiative promoting culture and a more educated Iraq. This gift is a start to replacing thousands of books destroyed in Mosul’s libraries by the Islamic State.

The day was joyous, bringing together Iraqis to not only celebrate the holiday, but to also celebrate the liberation of Mosul. Scenes hit social media of men and women from across the country singing the national anthem and chanting

“Brothers, Sunnis and Shia, this country is not for sale,” demonstrating a feeling of unbreakable unity shared among Iraqis.

While the event was mostly organized by activists, the government stepped in to help providing transportation and security for the event.

 

Men and women of Mosul greeted the “freedom caravan” at Mosul University.

 

Crowds gather chanting “welcome to Mosul” and singing the national anthem.

 

 

Over 1,000 books donated to restock Mosul’s libraries.

Ameen Mukdad, violinist from Mosul, plays a traditional Maslawi folk song.

The evening concluded with a fireworks display celebrating Eid and Mosul’s liberation.

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Syrian Army, Hezbollah Reaches Border with Iraq for the First Time in Years*

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The Notorious Banned FOX News Footage Links Israel and MOSSAD to 9/11*

The Notorious Banned FOX News Footage Links Israel and MOSSAD to 9/11*

This footage was aired then immediately banned and removed from the Fox archives right after 9-11, a lot have people still have never seen it and is a must for the first step in the process.

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The Protocols of Zion

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Violence Erupts Following Saudi Demolition of Historic Shia Homes*

Violence Erupts Following Saudi Demolition of Historic Shia Homes*

By Ian Greenhalgh

Clashes have erupted between Saudi security forces and Shia gunmen after the demolition of centuries-old homes in the Shia town of al-Awamiya.

Al-Awamiya is home to Shia cleric Nimr al-Nimr who was executed by Saudi Arabia

 

[Editor’s note: This civil unrest in the Shia dominated eastern region of Saudi Arabia is not only due to the attempts by the House of Saud to demonise Shias, it is a symptom of the growing unrest inside the Saudi kingdom caused by the people’s dissatisfaction with the cruel and barbarous totalitarian and religious extremist regime they are forced to suffer under.

The demonisation of Saudi Shias is part of the ongoing Saudi efforts to demonise and antagonise Iran, a Shia nation. The Sauds are Sunnis and they have been perhaps the primary driving force behind the Shia-Sunni split that has arisen in the Middle East in recent decades. Ian]

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Saudi Arabia is demolishing centuries-old homes in a Shia town, leveling a historic district that officials allege has become a hideout for local militants.

The destruction has sparked shoot-outs in the streets between Saudi security forces and Shia gunmen and stoked sectarian tensions that resonate around the region.

The violence in the Shia town of al-Awamiya, which is centered in the Sunni kingdom’s oil-rich east coast, adds a new source of instability at a time of increasing confrontation in the Gulf.

Tensions between Saudi Arabia and its Shia-led rival Iran have spiked in recent weeks, with the kingdom and its allies severing ties with neighbouring Qatar, demanding among other things that it cut ties with Iran.

Bulldozers began demolishing al-Awamiya’s historic district on 10 May, with plans to tear down several hundred homes.

At least six security officers, six alleged militants and a number of civilians have been killed in al-Awamiya’s skirmishes, shootings and bombings this year.

Violence flared as government contractors began tearing down the town’s historical center.

The old district is known as al-Mosawara, Arabic for the “walled fortress”, named for its 400-year-old walls that protected the area from raiders.

Interior Ministry spokesperson Maj. Gen. Mansour al-Turki told AP that “terrorists in al-Awamiya… have increased their armed violence” since the start of the “development project in al-Mosawara”.

Security forces patrol the town’s streets in armoured vehicles, frequently coming under fire from militants. Police say a South Asian construction worker was killed by an improvised explosive device targeting the demolition team.

Activists say security forces frequently open fire in the streets. A two-year-old boy died when shots were fired at his parents’ car, a shooting that activists blamed on police.

The sensitive security operation in al-Awamiya now rests with newly appointed Interior Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud. The 33-year-old was installed earlier this month at the same time that King Salman declared his own 31-year-old son, Mohammed, as next in line to the throne.

The new interior minister’s father, Prince Saud bin Nayef, is the governor of the Eastern Province, where al-Awamiya is located and where most Saudi Shias live.

‘Collective punishment’

Though the Eastern Province sits atop most of Saudi Arabia’s oil reserves, al-Awamiya lacks basic services like a functioning hospital. It has no major ports. Garbage sits uncollected for weeks on the streets. Youth complain of rampant unemployment. The town is surrounded by checkpoints. Power has been cut to certain quarters.

“It’s collective punishment,” Ameen al-Nimr said of the situation in al-Awamiya. He left the town in late 2011 at the height of protests there and now resides in the U.K.

The demolition is “erasing the identity of the area and its history”, he said.

Three United Nations experts on cultural rights have also criticised the demolition, saying the “destruction erases the traces of this historic and lived cultural heritage”.

They said in a statement that the Saudi government has “ignored our concerns” and its only response “has been these violent actions”.

Riyadh says the district’s roughly 500 houses are being demolished because they do not comply with safety standards. It also accuses Shia militants of using al-Mosawara’s narrow alleys as “a safe haven” to “plan and carry out their terrorist operations”.

Al-Awamiya, a town of 25,000-30,000 residents, has long been a flashpoint of tensions with the kingdom’s Shias, who complain of discrimination at the hands of Saudi Arabia’s ultra-conservative Sunni clerics.

Prominent Shia cleric Nimr al-Nimr rallied thousands in al-Awamiya during Arab Spring protests in 2011, linking their movement for social justice and greater rights with the Shia-led sit-ins in nearby Bahrain.

Nimr was executed last year for his role in the protests. His execution sparked backlash in Iran that led to the ransacking of the Saudi Embassy and a complete severing of ties between the two countries.

The immediate response in his hometown of al-Awamiya, however, was more muted – the result of years of police crackdowns and arrests.

At least 51 people – 30 of them from al-Awamiya – have been killed in related violence in the Eastern Province between March 2011 and 1 June of this year.

The interior ministry says militants there fired a rocket-propelled grenade at police in May, killing an officer.

Local activists say the gunmen are armed locals defending themselves. Activists on the ground deny RPGs were used, according to activist Malik al-Saeed, who fled al-Awamiya in late 2015 over fears of arrest.

Al-Saeed says the demolition of al-Mosawara is intended to deepen rifts between Sunnis and Shias in Saudi Arabia.

“It’s meant to keep us (Shias) hated and sow fear among the public against Iran.”

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Iraqi Top Cleric Hailed by Iraqi Prime Minister in his Role in the Fight against ISIS*

Iraqi Top Cleric Hailed by Iraqi Prime Minister in his Role in the Fight against ISIS*

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has thanked top Shia cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani for his fatwa against ISIS terrorists, noting his 2014 religious decree has saved the country.

Ayatollah Sistani issued a fatwa in June 2014 – shortly after ISIS terror group launched its assault in Iraq – calling on all Iraqi citizens to defend their country.

The move succeeded in mobilizing volunteer forces behind army troops on the battlefield against the terrorist group.

“Citizens who are able to bear arms and fight terrorists, defending their country and their people and their holy places, should volunteer and join the security forces to achieve this holy purpose,” said a representative of Ayatollah Sistani in his sermon at Friday prayers in the holy Iraqi city of Karbala at the time.

It came after Iraqi government forces suffered heavy blows on the battle ground against ISIS.

Abadi offered his “deep thanks” on Friday to Ayatollah Sistani for “his great and continuing support to the heroic fighters.”

He also said that the top cleric’s call “saved Iraq and paved the way for victory” over ISIS terrorists.

The remarks came a day after the Iraqi government announced it had recaptured Mosul’s landmark Grand al-Nuri Mosque, from where ISIS’s leader proclaimed the group’s caliphate three years ago.

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Solidarity in the Face of Hate*

Solidarity in the Face of Hate*

By PSL Sacramento

Two hate crimes took place at Sacramento area mosques as Ramadhan was coming to an end. On the afternoon of June 24, a burned Qur’an filled with bacon was found handcuffed to a fence outside the Masjid Annur Islamic Centre in Sacramento. The fence separates the site from a neighbouring Sheriff’s Department station. The previous evening during Ramadhan prayers, a desecrated Qur’an was thrown from a passing car at the Islamic Centre of Davis, littering the front of the mosque with pages from the Qur’an.

These latest incidents come in the wake of the May murders of two men on a Portland train who had intervened to stop the harassment of a teenage Muslim woman and her friend and the stabbing of a third man who also intervened to stop the harassment.

In addition, these Sacramento area acts of hate follow the recent sentencing in Davis of Lauren Kirk-Coehlo. In January, Kirk-Coehlo committed a hate crime against the Islamic Centre of Davis in which she broke windows and put bacon strips on the handles of the building. Kirk-Coehlo had praised Dylan Roof on Twitter. Following her crimes, 1,000 community members rallied in Davis in solidarity with the Muslim community.

Lauren Kirk-Coehlo, a white woman and former Google employee, pled guilty to the felony of hate crime and faced six years of prison. On June 18, it was announced that she would receive only five years–of probation! This stunned many in the community who were concerned the lenient sentence would encourage similar hate crimes, like the ones that took place most recently.

On June 25 following the most recent hate crime in Davis, community activists including A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition activists quickly mobilized to show their solidarity with the Muslim Community by gathering in front of the Islamic Centre of Davis in a solidarity event. Activists held signs reading, “End Racism and Anti-Muslim Bigotry,” “Are You Muslim? We Love You” and celebrating the beginning of Eid. Members of the Mosque invited the activists to break their fast with them and celebrate the beginning of Eid.

There has been a staggering increase in the rise of hate crimes against the Muslim community in the U.S., mirroring ever widening U.S. imperialist war on the Middle East and encouraged by the officially sanctioned bigotry of the Trump administration. The number of hate groups in the U.S. continues to rise. Only steadfast solidarity among all communities of the poor and working class will turn back the tide of racism and hatred and defend our communities.

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