Chinese Government has Issued Strict Guidelines for the Country’s Muslims to Perform the Hajj

About 10 million Uyghur Muslims live in the resource-rich Xinjiang province. It was alleged that the Chinese government was obstructing the worship of these Muslims.

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China World News: China has issued new guidelines for the country’s Muslims to perform the Hajj. The country’s only organization will be able to organize the Hajj, according to the XinJinping administration.

There are currently 20 million Muslims in China. Most of them are Uyghur and Hui species. Every year 10,000 Muslims go on Hajj from China to Saudi Arabia. According to the Chinese government, no organization can organize a pilgrimage to Mecca without the Chinese Islamic Association.

Until now, many people used to go for Hajj on private initiative or private initiative. This time it stopped. This new rule is being introduced from December 1. According to the Global Times, China’s official mouthpiece.

It is worth mentioning that about 10 million Uyghur Muslims live in Xinjiang province, which is rich in natural resources. It was alleged that the Chinese government was obstructing the worship of these Muslims. Many Muslims have also been kept in camps. There were also allegations that the government was changing the demographics of the area by building Han Chinese settlements in Xinjiang.

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