// Muslim Holocaust Under Chinese Occupation
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« on: Sep 13, 2008 11:57 AM »

Though, the Communist rule collapsed after Red Army’s humiliation at the hands of Afghan Mujahideen in 1990s - which resulted in the independence of all USSR occupied countries, with the exception of Chechnya - Muslims of East Turkistan (Uighurs) still live unser brutal oppression of Chinese occupation, which began 250 years ago. According to Muslim and independent sources, over 26 million Muslims have been killed by Chinese Army or died of starvation in a femine created by the regime during the 1952-1965 period. During Mao’s Cultural Revolution (1966-1976), mosques were torn down, mass prayers, printing of copies of Holy Qur’an were banned, and Muslims were not allowed to travel to Saudi Arabia for annual Hajj.


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