All Comments for China Shutters Islamic Bookstore in Beijing, Detains Owner on 'Terrorism' Charges

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Joss :

Well done Chinese! Islam equates terrorism. That should be said clearly and aloud. Just check Koran contents. No doubts it should be forbidden.

Oct 13, 2017 03:44 AM

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Abt :

You'll do the same splendid job. What you need is only a communist revolution. Have a Big Brother in your country and he'll tackle the Muslims for you.

Oct 13, 2017 10:10 AM

Anonymous Reader :

Joss, you clearly have no idea how Muslims actually understands the Quran, and have no idea about the vibrant history and culture of Muslims worldwide. Only the very marginalized fundamentalists and ignorant people of your kind read the Quran that way, which most Muslims reject. Nor is that the most reasonable way to read the Quran; you have to take lots of verses out of context in order to get your conclusions. Please stop blaming a group of people for what they have never believed in and have never done. That is unjust. Do you know any Muslims in person? Have you talked to any Muslim in a friendly manner in person? If not, then please stop spreading lies that causes violations of human rights. You're simply fearing an unknown, which will no longer be fearsome once you get to know it.

Oct 06, 2018 07:53 PM

Thanatos from Greek Underbelly :

Only a matter of time before the internet trolls and China lovers are gonna go from: "Give China a cookie for "protecting" its country" to something like: "Why can't the world see that China is CLEARLY violating human rights, HERE in my country.

Millions died in that region and millions more will die... and when countries like Tibet, Uyghurstan and so on will fall then Napoleons quote: “China is a sleeping giant. Let her sleep, for when she wakes she will move the world.” will sound very very true.

Oct 12, 2017 06:15 AM

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Sara :

The Chinese government is increasing its censorship of everything it doesn't like. First it was VPNs back in July ( and now it is religion. Wonder whats next

Oct 11, 2017 04:41 AM

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Terry Jones from Manchester :

China should be commended for realising that as long as there are Muslims within your borders you are not safe from Islamic terrorism. It is good to see China nipping the Islamic problem in the bud.

Closer to home, sometimes I wonder when the European governments are going to wake up to the Islamic threat. But then with the re-election of Angela Merkel it is obvious that the West is still in a stupour. How many more Islamic terrorist attacks must Europe absorb and how many deaths must they suffer before they say enough is enough?

Oct 11, 2017 03:00 AM

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Abt :

More than 10 million Hui Muslims live in China. But neither you nor the communist regime could name even one single terrorist among them. There are some terrorists who happen to be Muslims in Europe, and many of them share your Caucasian features.

Oct 11, 2017 11:42 PM

Anonymous Reader :

Why not break the vicious cycle of colonialism, racism, and discrimination? Why not respect the human rights of Palestinians? Do you want Communist dictatorship in your country if that stops "Islamic threat"? There is no reason to applaud a regime that doesn't take human rights seriously in general, no matter who the victims are. The truth is, Muslim citizens are in the best position to prevent the threat you are talking about, and your Islamophobia is weakening a valuable asset against threats. Moreover, Muslims are not a Borg collective; what a pity you're so ignorant of the vibrant history and culture of Muslim thought, from conservative to liberal, and from traditionalist to rationalist.

Oct 06, 2018 08:01 PM

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