Remittances Review

ISSN:2059-6588 | e-ISSN: 2059-6596

ISSN:2059-6588 | e-ISSN: 2059-6596

China’s Repression on Uyghur Muslims and violation of International Human Rights

Dr. Zainab Murtaza , Sadia Naz , Dr. Tariq Aziz , Anum Rasheed, Dr. Khadija Murtaza
China, Muslims, Human Rights, Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Xinjiang Uyghur ,


International Human Rights set laws to support and secure the freedom of humans all over the world. All States are bound to respect and follow international human rights law. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) fortified its control over the bureaucracy by significantly redesigning the focal government structure. The CCP government keeps up close authority on the internet, comprehensive communications, and the intellectual world. The Chinese authorities are working on their oppression of religious networks, prohibition of Islam in Xinjiang, suppression of Christianity in the territory of Henan, and growing investigation of Hui Muslims in Ningxia. Xinjiang, home to the Uyghurs, has been the focal point of severe government suppression. According to the Chinese government, China is facing tri-Evils which are Terrorism, Extremism, and Separatism. This article examines the radicalization that has occurred in Xinjiang, particularly among the Uyghurs, and its effects on the security and human rights of the region. This study also explores the responses of CCP towards Uyghur Muslims by violating human rights. This study examines the Chinese policies and violations of human rights conditions, obligations, and ethnic relations.