Ilhan Omar puts light on the Uyghur genocide taking place in China

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HalimoEnthusiast
God bless honorable Ilhan Omar, she make me proud each and everday exposing these governments.

Why can't we have honest and humane leaders like Ilhan Omar in Somalia?.

I wouldn't mind if we elect her to be president for Somalia, I am pretty sure she will do better job than Farmaajo.:nahgirl:
 

Shaolin23

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If America starts putting pressure on China over human rights abuse of the Uyghurs than im pretty sure America’s Arab and Muslim slaves would take action on China too it just shows massive weakness and spinelessness of Arab and Muslim countries but I support it to save the Uyghur people
 

AIOPZ

Pan-Islamist
Oh, yay - she's finally stopped going after her Muslim brothers in Brunei and has focused her attention on actually helping God-fearing Muslims in communist China.

Good on her.
 

Nin-culus

Laandheer
If America starts putting pressure on China over human rights abuse of the Uyghurs than im pretty sure America’s Arab and Muslim slaves would take action on China too it just shows massive weakness and spinelessness of Arab and Muslim countries but I support it to save the Uyghur people
Na they never will endogan can’t do it alone. When the Muslims defend themselves will be ww3 and the end times
 

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God bless honorable Ilhan Omar, she make me proud each and everday exposing these governments.

Why can't we have honest and humane leaders like Ilhan Omar in Somalia?.

I wouldn't mind if we elect her to be president for Somalia, I am pretty sure she will do better job than Farmaajo.:nahgirl:
I am obviously against the Uyghur genocide, but no Somali president should ever discuss the issue or criticise China. We're a poor, useless, third world country that has a priority to our country first. Anything we say or do won't even help the Uyghur's.
 

Crow

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I like her but she needs to talk more about this issue and become known for it instead of Palestine which already gets enough attention. Uyghurs are being genocided in silence. That has to stop and China must pay.
 
@Lolalola and @Lum

Saudi crown prince defends China's right to put Uighur Muslims in concentration camps .

Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’’s crown prince, on Friday defended China’s use of concentration camps for Muslims, saying it was Beijing’s “right”.

"China has the right to carry out anti-terrorism and de-extremisation work for its national security,” Prince Mohammed, who has been in China signing multi-million trade deals much to the annoyance of his Western allies, was quoted as saying on Chinese state television.

Xi Jinping, China’s leader, told the crown prince the two countries must strengthen international cooperation on de-radicalisation to “prevent the infiltration and spread of extremist thinking”.

China has detained an estimated one million Uighur Muslims in concentration camps, where they are undergoing re-education programmes allegedly intended to combat extremism.

The Uighur are an ethnic Turkic group that practices Islam and lives in Western China and parts of Central Asia.

Beijing has accused the minority in its Western Xinjiang region of supporting terrorism and implemented a surveillance regime.

Uighur groups had appealed to Saudi’s powerful young prince to take up their cause, as the ultraconservative kingdom has traditionally been a defender of the rights of Muslims worldwide.

But Muslim leaders have so far not broached the issue with China, which has in recent years become an important trading partner with the Middle East.


Hami Aksoy, a spokesperson for Turkey's Foreign Office, however described China's treatment of its Uighur population as "a great cause of shame for humanity" last month and asked it to close the "concentration camps".

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had once accused China of "genocide" but has since established closer diplomatic and economic relations with Beijing.

Imran Khan, prime minister of Pakistan, where Prince Salman has just visited, said he “did not know” much about the conditions of the Uighurs.


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/20...hinas-right-put-uighur-muslims-concentration/

Funny how Imran Khan answered and with those minor parties who backed him to become prime minister, the majority were the mosr radical Islamist smaller parties in Pakistan. The Saudis are spending over 20 billion dollars in Pakistan and the Chinese are spending nearly 50 billion dollars in Pakistan. Yep, he doesn't know what is going on in China, indeed money talks. The notion of Ummah has been debunked.

"Pakistan is one of the New Silk Road’s foremost supporters. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said the trade route marked the “dawn of a truly new era of synergetic intercontinental cooperation”. Unsurprising praise perhaps from a country that stands at one end of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, where it is poised to benefit from $46 billion in new roads, bridges, wind farms and other China-backed infrastructure projects. "

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/06/china-new-silk-road-explainer/

The Chinese Government Is at War With Faith.’ U.S. Official Denounces Religious Crackdown in China

http://time.com/5549519/uighur-brownback-china-religious-repression/

US accuses China of using 'concentration camps' against Muslim minority

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2...ng-concentration-camps-uighur-muslim-minority

Donald Trump presses allies to confront China over Uighur rights.

https://www.ft.com/content/fdceb126-5354-11e9-91f9-b6515a54c5b1
 

AIOPZ

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@Lolalola and @Lum

Saudi crown prince defends China's right to put Uighur Muslims in concentration camps .

Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’’s crown prince, on Friday defended China’s use of concentration camps for Muslims, saying it was Beijing’s “right”.

"China has the right to carry out anti-terrorism and de-extremisation work for its national security,” Prince Mohammed, who has been in China signing multi-million trade deals much to the annoyance of his Western allies, was quoted as saying on Chinese state television.

Xi Jinping, China’s leader, told the crown prince the two countries must strengthen international cooperation on de-radicalisation to “prevent the infiltration and spread of extremist thinking”.

China has detained an estimated one million Uighur Muslims in concentration camps, where they are undergoing re-education programmes allegedly intended to combat extremism.

The Uighur are an ethnic Turkic group that practices Islam and lives in Western China and parts of Central Asia.

Beijing has accused the minority in its Western Xinjiang region of supporting terrorism and implemented a surveillance regime.

Uighur groups had appealed to Saudi’s powerful young prince to take up their cause, as the ultraconservative kingdom has traditionally been a defender of the rights of Muslims worldwide.

But Muslim leaders have so far not broached the issue with China, which has in recent years become an important trading partner with the Middle East.


Hami Aksoy, a spokesperson for Turkey's Foreign Office, however described China's treatment of its Uighur population as "a great cause of shame for humanity" last month and asked it to close the "concentration camps".

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had once accused China of "genocide" but has since established closer diplomatic and economic relations with Beijing.

Imran Khan, prime minister of Pakistan, where Prince Salman has just visited, said he “did not know” much about the conditions of the Uighurs.


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/20...hinas-right-put-uighur-muslims-concentration/

Funny How Imran Khan answered with those who supported him to the prime ministership are the mosr radical Islamist parties in Pakistan. The Saudis are spending over 20 billion dollars in Pakistan and the Chinese are spending nearly 50 billion dollars in China. Money talks. The notion of Ummah has been debunked.

"Pakistan is one of the New Silk Road’s foremost supporters. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said the trade route marked the “dawn of a truly new era of synergetic intercontinental cooperation”. Unsurprising praise perhaps from a country that stands at one end of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, where it is poised to benefit from $46 billion in new roads, bridges, wind farms and other China-backed infrastructure projects. "

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/06/china-new-silk-road-explainer/

The Chinese Government Is at War With Faith.’ U.S. Official Denounces Religious Crackdown in China

http://time.com/5549519/uighur-brownback-china-religious-repression/

US accuses China of using 'concentration camps' against Muslim minority

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2...ng-concentration-camps-uighur-muslim-minority

Donald Trump presses allies to confront China over Uighur rights.

https://www.ft.com/content/fdceb126-5354-11e9-91f9-b6515a54c5b1
MbS is not a representative for the entire history of KSA.

KSA has funded global da'wah, sheltered Islamic activists, gave poor Muslims the opportunity to go to Hajj, and held on tight to Islam in the 20th century while other Muslim nations gave into secular nationalism/socialism.
 

Shaolin23

Seeker of knowledge and truth
VIP
I am obviously against the Uyghur genocide, but no Somali president should ever discuss the issue or criticise China. We're a poor, useless, third world country that has a priority to our country first. Anything we say or do won't even help the Uyghur's.
What does Ilhan Omar a United States congresswoman and US citizen have anything to do with the country of Somalia? Stay on topic :bell:
 
MbS is not a representative for the entire history of KSA.

KSA has funded global da'wah, sheltered Islamic activists, gave poor Muslims the opportunity to go to Hajj, and held on tight to Islam in the 20th century while other Muslim nations gave into secular nationalism/socialism.
@Lolalola

Why are the Salafi hierarchy silent on this one? Even the Somali Salafi scholars are silent about it? Did the laymen get the memo from Al-Sheikh not to criticise Mohamed Bin Salman?

On a different note, since Trump and his administration have already criticised China about the treatment of the Uighur Chinese Muslims, I think Ilhaan is only making a mileage of MBS statement because she is aligned with Qatar and Turkey, the cold-war between the Brotherhood Vs Salafis, do you feel that way?

@Lolalola wont respond to this post as he considers it to be a blasphemy against his Salafi spiritual leaders in Saudi Arabia.
 
I like her but she needs to talk more about this issue and become known for it instead of Palestine which already gets enough attention. Uyghurs are being genocided in silence. That has to stop and China must pay.
Yes and somaliwomen too
 
@Lolalola

Why are the Salafi hierarchy silent on this one? Even the Somali Salafi scholars are silent about it? Did the laymen get the memo from Al-Sheikh not to criticise Mohamed Bin Salman?

On a different note, since Trump and his administration have already criticised China about the treatment of the Uighur Chinese Muslims, I think Ilhaan is only making a mileage of MBS statement because she is aligned with Qatar and Turkey, the cold-war between the Brotherhood Vs Salafis, do you feel that way?

@Lolalola wont respond to this post as he considers it to be a blasphemy against his Salafi spiritual leaders in Saudi Arabia.
Don't matter as us is scared of china despite that the navy alone can wipe the floor with the smalled eye chinese vermin
 

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