China has the right to Fuck, Un-employ and Starve to Death any Fuckn’ Uyghur unless he signed Kaffernameh Criminal Commitment Contract
Kaffernameh: Chinese Uyghur Apostatism Commitment Contract for Xinjiang Muslims
China has the right to Fuck, Un-employ and Starve to Death any Fuckn’ Uyghur unless signed Kaffernameh Criminal Commitment Contract:
1. I will firmly support CCP leaders and observe the Law.
2. Neither Illegal Religious Activities nor Illegal Religious materials at home.
3. Neither Veil nor Veil Wearing Person allowed at home.
4. Actively Report to CCP if you encounter illegal religious activities or persons wearing veil daily life
Here’s Anne Henochowicz Reports:
“Commitment Contract” for Xinjiang Muslims
The U.S. State Department’s 2011 International Religious Freedom Report, issued yesterday, reports growing repression in Tibet and Xinjiang. “Both Uyghur Muslims and Tibetan Buddhists reported increased societal discrimination,” the report states, while two Uyghur Muslims began three-year prison terms in April for “engaging in illegal religious activities” and “publishing and distributing illegal religious materials.” As expected, China has called the claims in the report “groundless.” Weibo user Ilya, based in the provincial capital of Urumqi, recently posted a shocking image of a “commitment contract.” The signatory, whose name is whited out, agrees not to participate in or condone “illegal religious activities” in exchange for welfare services (低保). One of these “illegal” activities is the wearing of the veil:
–Ilya–Think500000: A commitment contract for Xinjiang Muslims… If the signatory violates the terms of the contract, (s)he will lose welfare support… Could you guys get any more ruthless?! 新疆穆斯林的承诺书····违反承诺低保就没有了·····你们敢不敢更狠一点儿！！！！！ Weibo search results for “Xinjiang Muslim” (新疆穆斯林) are currently blocked. “According to the relevant laws, regulations and policies, results for ‘Xinjiang Muslim’ cannot be displayed.” According to the State Department report, Xinjiang Social Management Committee Chair Nur Bekri is pushing for “innovative approaches to religious management” in this restive autonomous region. Authorities fear separatism as well as terrorism following a number of violent incidents in the region. In July 2009, riots flared in Urumqi after a clash in a Guangdong factory between Uyghur and Han Chinese workers. Then in February of this year, assailants killed 20 people in Yecheng, near the border with Pakistan. The victims included both Hans and Uyghurs. Bekri has alluded to possible ties between Uyghurs and terrorist organizations in Pakistan and Kazakhstan. But much of the ethnic and religious strife in Xinjiang can be attributed to economics. Uyghurs are often discriminated against in the hiring process and feel excluded from opportunity.