A Human Right Violation in China: Uyghur Muslims Case Study

  • Yusra Khatoon,
  • Shreya Singh and Utkarsh Singh
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  • Yusra Khatoon

    Student at Amity University, Lucknow, India

  • Shreya Singh

    Student at Amity University, Lucknow, India

  • Utkarsh Singh

    Student at Amity University, Lucknow, India

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As a secularist state, China has consistently been profoundly touchy about strict practices, especially Islam. During the last part of the 1990s and particularly after the 9/11 fear-based -oppressor occasions, the public authority manner of speaking has been to compare the Islam information and personality with brutal ethnic dissidence, and as of late radicalism and psychological conflict. Subsequently, the Uyghurs' entitlement to get to Islamic information and practice Islam has been progressively limited and decreased. Subsequent to inspecting the new history of Chinese way of talking and strategies in regards to the strict schooling in Xinjiang. More than thirty years after the June 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, the Communist Party of China remains solidly in power. The United States Branch of State portrays the People's Republic of China as a "tyrant state." PRC pioneers have kept up political control through a blend of suppression and responsiveness to some open inclinations, conveying monetary flourishing to numerous residents, co-selecting the center and instructed classes and stirring up patriotism to reinforce CCP authenticity. The contextual analysis of this article explores the present-day illustration of Uyghur minority in China and examines whether this advanced social annihilation can prepare for the acknowledgment of social massacre as a worldwide wrongdoing or whether the Uyghur culture will turn into a wakeup call for minorities latter.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 2, Page 1414 - 1437

DOI: http://doi.one/10.1732/IJLMH.26317

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