There will be no Ramadan in Xinjiang as China has banned Muslims from fasting.

China has banned civil servants, students, and teachers from fasting during Ramadan.

Xinjiang is mainly Muslim a region has been ordered to keep restaurants open during the month of Ramadan.

Food and Drug Administration in Xinjiang’s Jinghe county posted a statement on their website: 

“Food service workplaces will operate normal hours during Ramadan,”

“During Ramadan do not engage in fasting, vigils or other religious activities,” 

China’s ruling Communist party is officially an atheist have restricted Muslims from practicing Islam in Xinjiang for several years

Xinjiang region is home to the mostly Muslim Uighur minority.

Human Rights Groups and Muslim Organizations have started a campaign this Ramadan and are asking the U.S. Muslims to boycott all Chinese products.

Chinese authority also forcefully feed haram food to Muslims held in Chinese concentration camps.

The Muslims are also forced to drink alcohol and consume pork in the streets.

Source: INCPAK

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