Wednesday, October 13, 2021

New Atlas: AP News Confirms NO Uyghur Genocide in Xinjiang China

Xingjian is open to tourism now because the terrorist problem is under control, and Westerners travelling there and finding no evidence of cultural genocide, and that everything seems fine with the Uyghurs. So the West has started backtracking on the propaganda a little bit. 

AP’s recent trip to Xinjiang, China has revealed not only zero evidence of “cultural genocide” but has exposed the lies the Western media (including AP) have told international audiences for years about the conditions in Xijinang and the treatment of the Uyghur people. 

Depending on the public’s ignorance and providing links AP is confident readers will not click on, explore, and discover the contradictions they present to their narrative, AP attempts to backpedal Western narratives to depict the peace and progress they witnessed in Xinjiang as an artificial facade for “invisible” oppression.

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Ahmed Fares said...

Salafi’s Excommunicated From Sunni Islam

This past August (2016) well over 200 senior Muslim Scholars from around the world met in Grozny, Chechnya for a 3 day conference to decree what and who Sunni Muslims are, the result was the Excommunication of the Salafi sect from Sunni Islam along with the Islamic universities of Saudi Arabia, which they stated are not teaching orthodox Islam, an issue the Saudi government has acknowledged in the past and unsuccessfully tried to address.

Robert Fisk covered it here: For the first time, Saudi Arabia is being attacked by both Sunni and Shia leaders

The Saudis step deeper into trouble almost by the week. Swamped in their ridiculous war in Yemen, they are now reeling from an extraordinary statement issued by around two hundred Sunni Muslim clerics who effectively referred to the Wahhabi belief – practiced in Saudi Arabia – as “a dangerous deformation” of Sunni Islam. The prelates included Egypt’s Grand Imam, Ahmed el-Tayeb of al-Azhar, the most important centre of theological study in the Islamic world, who only a year ago attacked “corrupt interpretations” of religious texts and who has now signed up to “a return to the schools of great knowledge” outside Saudi Arabia.

Wahhabism’s most dangerous deviation, in the eyes of the Sunnis who met in Chechenya, is that it sanctions violence against non-believers, including Muslims who reject Wahhabi interpretation. Isis, al-Qaeda and the Taliban are the principal foreign adherents to this creed outside Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

The Saudis, needless to say, repeatedly insist that they are against all terrorism. Their reaction to the Grozny declaration has been astonishing. “The world is getting ready to burn us,” Adil Al-Kalbani announced. And as Imam of the King Khaled Bin Abdulaziz mosque in the Saudi capital of Riyadh, he should know.

The Saudis were so freaked out they invited Nicki Minaj to go and twerk in Saudi Arabia. She declined.

Nicki Minaj can twerk in Bikini while I wear ‘Abaya’ to watch her

Organizers of the Jeddah Season cultural festival, a project overseen by a Saudi government agency, announced on Tuesday that Minaj would perform at the event, scheduled for July 18. The musician’s stage act, which typically features provocative dancing and songs use vulgar language, has prompted cries of hypocrisy, aimed at a government that imposes austere restrictions on women.

One Saudi woman took to Twitter to call out the double standards. Her video has been viewed thousands of times and has gone viral.

“You can’t be f**king serious. Bring Micki Minaj to Saudi Arabia?” she asks in English before switching to Arabic. “What the f**k?! [Minaj] is going to go and shake her ass, and all her songs are indecent and about sex and shaking ass,” the young lady said in a highly-viewed video. ”And then you tell me to wear the abaya. What the hell?”