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

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  1. AussieHustler

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    Prince Mohammed bin Salman made the comments while visiting Beijing to sign trade deals.

    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.


    Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s president, became the first to condemn Beijing, however, describing China's treatment of its Uighur population as "a great cause of shame for humanity" last month and asking it to close the "concentration camps".

    Turkish 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/
     
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  2. kickz

    kickz Engineer of Qandala

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    Saudia needs to be abolished.

    Makkah and Medina need to be apart of Somaliweeyne :shookgabre:

    We have the most xaafids and are the guardians of this deen.
     
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  3. Solaris

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    The country that sponsors terrorism around the globe doesn't care about the wellbeing of their fellow muslims? What next, water isn't actually wet? :lolbron:
     
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  4. Samaalic Era

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    Even before the Khashoggi scandal, MBS was establishing ties with Israel and India, which are Anti-Muslim in general. This comes as no surprise
     
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  5. Samaalic Era

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    We have to reclaim the Holy Sites. The Arabs will never see it coming:siilaanyolaugh:
     
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    Just when I thought this disgusting pig couldn’t stoop any lower :farmajoyaab:
     
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    I think he is really intelligent. China is really powerful and going against them Chinese = you are exposing yourself to a danger! China detains a lot of influence in Saudi Arabia, as they (Chinese and Saudis) have signed a deal for 28 billions of dollars!
    Saudi Arabia NEEDS China because they are their main exportators of oil. Without the Chinese, Arabs will need a new and profitable partner. So why going against them?
    It's stupid and who cares about some asian muslims in some random region in Central Asia?

    Their relationship is important and they can't fight over random muslims.
     
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    "Somaliweeyne"? What are you smoking? Which clan should run it?

    I liked the response of Imran Khan, the great cricketer and current Pakistan Prime Minister in saying, he “did not know much about the conditions of the Uighurs." He should join Somalispot.

    @HIGH PRIESTESS

    It's politics Sxb and countries look after their interests first. The "ummah" is fictional when it comes to power politics.

    @4head

    Don't worry Sxb, Somalis will free them and soon their clans will declare war on China.
     
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  9. Samaalic Era

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    Thats true. The thing is it would be okay for any other Muslim leader to do that but since Saudi Arabia is meant to be the leading Muslim nation, this will diminish their support from the Muslim World. In the short term, its a good deal and in the long term they will lose allies across the world
     
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    I’m not surprised by anything Saudi related anymore.
     
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    @Samaalic Era

    I digress, if you are a powerful or a wealthy country, other less powerful and poorer nations will always crawl for you and look no further than Donald Trump. Not a single western country likes him and yet, everyone wants to be on his good side and not cross him. Are there any Islamic countries willing to criticise MBS statement? Somalia, Sudan, Oman, Malaysia, Indonesia? No. They all want not only to have good relations with Saudi Arabia but also with China. Politics is all about your national interests, no room for emotional politics.
     
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    Western governments are more angrier with the Saudi crown prince's statement than Muslim states says it all.
     
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    There is growing resentment against MBS in many Muslim countries. Current Govts wont object to the Saudis but these types of decisions which seem minor at first will pile up. Saudis will find themselves isolated within next 15-20 yrs if not sooner
     
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    Why are people acting so surprised? They fund and arm ISIS. They support terrorism and promote the extremist ideology like Wahabism that have ruined many Muslim nations including Somalia. Where do you think Al-Shabaab came from?
     
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    @Samaalic Era

    The Al-Saud House started in collaboration with the British against the Ottomans two centuries ago and that alone wasn't received favourably among other Muslims and has done nothing to dent it's status among the Islamic world. On the contrary, Saudi Arabia has succesfully managed to export its culture disguised as Salafism to most Islamic countries. As long as MBS survives locally and the Saudi economy grows, there is little these countries can do to isolate him.
     
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    The oil is running dry, The House of Saud will fall within a generation.

    Oil and resource rich Somaliweeyn will be in charge of Makkah and Medina by 2050
     
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    Why am in not surprised that the guy who had a man tortured and killed in an embassy supports this kind of heinous behaviour?

    :bell:
     
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    Simply put, the Uighur will not help the KSA with funding, but China will.

    People need to stop being so sensitive. China has abused its minorities for a long time. Let's not start this relative sympathy, just because the Uighur's happens to be Muslims when most of you didn't know they existed before this issue surfaced in the media.

    Tens of millions of normal Chinese are also in prison for ridiculous things.

    No nation on earth is going to tell China how to treat it's citizens, because the country has lent so much money through the years, and will be the most relevant in terms of purchasing power in the coming years.

    You can pray for these people, but don't waste your time going to an irrelevant march or something.

    @Solaris

    You have to define what wet is. A liquid coming in contact with a solid material is making this material wet.

    Water is not wet. It is the substance which makes things wet.

    The aforementioned is not true if we define "wet" differently.
     
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