This photograph taken on June 4, 2019 reveals the Chinese language flag flying over the Juma mosque within the restored previous metropolis space of Kashgar, in China’s western Xinjiang area.
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A current U.S. measure on Xinjiang is a extreme violation of worldwide regulation and gross interference in China’s inner affairs, the governor of the far western area mentioned on Monday.
Final week, the U.S. Home of Representatives handed laws requiring a stronger response to Beijing’s therapy of its Uighur Muslim minority.
U.N. specialists and activists say China has detained presumably 1 million Uighurs in mass detention camps in Xinjiang. China says the camps are a part of an anti-terror crackdown and are offering vocational coaching.
The counter-terrorism measures in Xinjiang aren’t any completely different from anti-terrorism measures in america, Xinjiang governor Shohrat Zakir informed reporters in Beijing.