Hena Zuberi, the director of advocacy at Chicago-based organization Justice for All, said the group’s Save Uyghur campaign asks Muslims to “fast” from Chinese-made products this Ramadan. This is due to the ongoing repression of Muslims in China and reports from Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International that religious fasting is treated as a sign of extremism.
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“In all my meetings with the Rohingya survivors of genocide, the first thing they ask for is justice,” he said in a statement issued Thursday. “Today, I believe, the world has taken the first steps towards a long process of bringing justice to the Rohingya people.” Abdul Malik Mujahid – Radio Free Asia