Uighurs defy Ramadan ban, China arrested 400 in crackdown

Not Chinese policies provoke ‘unrest’, Muslims who murder  infidel Chinese in the name of allah provoke the authorities:
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Exiled Uighur groups and human rights activists say the government’s repressive policies in Xinjiang, including controls on Islam, have provoked unrest, a claim Beijing denies
Uighurs defy Ramadan ban, China arrested 400 in crackdownThe government’s attempt to clamp down on religious expression has backfired among Uighurs, while China arrested more than 400 people in Xinjiang since authorities began a crackdown in May.
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India rules against banning Islamic courts
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“Just like arbitration”- really? When is a parallel judiciary not a parallel judiciary?
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Speaking to the NDTV channel, Muslim Personal Law Board member Qasim Rasool Niyazi said the Islamic courts were not a parallel judiciary. “It is just like an arbitration,” he said, adding that Islamic judges were required to follow the law of the land. (That’s a lie. They will do everything in their power to replace the law of the land with the sharia.)
India rules against banning Islamic courtsIslamic courts in India serve India’s 150 million Muslims but are not legally binding.

World Bulletin / News Desk

India’s Supreme Court has rejected a petition seeking to ban Islamic courts on Monday, saying that they had no legal power to enforce their rulings over India’s 150 million Muslims.

The court added that the rulings made by Islamic judges were limited to family life issues such as marriage and divorce and were not legally binding but would be offered to those who come to them voluntarily.

“Sharia courts are not sanctioned by law and there is no legality of fatwas in this country,” C.K. Prasad said, citing the ruling of the two-judge bench on Monday, serving a blow to the new Hindu nationalist government of Narendra Modi, which seeks to introduce a common legal code for all of India’s communities.

Vishwa Lochan Madan, who petitioned against Islamic courts, told AFP on Monday “The Supreme Court observed that Sharia courts have no legal sanctity. But if people still want to approach these courts, it’s their will.”

Speaking to the NDTV channel, Muslim Personal Law Board member Qasim Rasool Niyazi said the Islamic courts were not a parallel judiciary. “It is just like an arbitration,” he said, adding that Islamic judges were required to follow the law of the land.

2 thoughts on “Uighurs defy Ramadan ban, China arrested 400 in crackdown”

  1. Apparently none of these judges can remember when the Hindus were ruled over by the muslim caliph and suffered under sharia law. The West prefers to be ignorant, and so does India.

  2. The question I have, which I think is the basic, underlying question of all of this, is ‘Why the Muslim ass-kissing by every, even remotely civilized, country in the world? Why is everyone pandering to these retrograde murderers? Is it the money? Is it the oil? Is everyone afraid? Have they already taken over? Are we insane? What?

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