Lately, the world has had its eyes focused on China, foreseeing its courses of action against the Uyghurs. The agonizing strategies caused by China on its Uyghur Muslim minority have become widely known, a large number of which are still held in inhumane concentration camps. Since 2017, the Chinese government has been targeting these minorities and confining them in an enormous system of internment camps, which hold more than 1 million individuals. China, as far as it matters, asserts the Uyghurs are being taught in “professional instructional hubs” intended to battle Islamic fanaticism.
The order for the reworking of the Quran and Bible and other Holy scriptures was given a month ago during a gathering held by the Committee for Ethnic and Religious Affairs of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, a gathering which administers the ethnic and strict issues in the nation. The Communist administration of China has chosen to revamp the Bible and the Quran to fit communist qualities. In spite of the fact that the request by the Committee for Ethnic Affairs doesn’t specify the writings explicitly, it claims to eliminate the contents that oppose the “basics of communism” and modify them to “the necessities of the era.” It is reported that The holy books will be either changed or re-interpreted by authorities appointed by the state.
The Committee for Ethnic and Religious Affairs, which is answerable for every single strict matter of the nation, requested the choice to be actualized during a gathering in November, as the police-state tries to spread the Communist Party’s belief systems. Director of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, Wang Yang apparently encouraged authorities to construct a “strict framework with Chinese qualities.” The Quran and the Bible were not specifically mentioned but the controversial decision includes reviewing all religious texts which purportedly “do not fit in with the advancement of time.” In reply to these speculations, The Malaysian Consultative Council of Islamic Organization (MAPIM) attacked this decision in a statement, saying: “The re-composing of the Quran will be viewed as a war against Islam, and Muslims around the globe will rise up to rebuke this approach.”
He further expressed, “We remind China not to cross the redline. The effectively large scale suppression of Uyghur Muslims has been intensely censured by the global network and the Muslims won’t endure such oppressive strategy to modify the most hallowed content of Islam. We request reality of this report and if China won’t react we will pursue intently if the arrangement will really be executed or the strategy be repudiated.” “We call again that OIC must not be quiet on the predicament of the Uyghur Muslims and Muslims as a rule in China,” Hamid included.
International Muslim athletes, for example, Sonny Bill Williams and Hashim Amla have themselves taken to online publications to revolt against China and remain with the Uyghur Muslims, asking Muslim ummah far and wide to do likewise. Mesut Ozil’s rebellious tweet hailed Uyghurs as “warriors who oppose abuse”. He reprimanded China’s crackdown on the minorities as well as the quietness of Muslims around the world.