Islamic world : Why is the Muslim world “silent” in the face of Chinese violations against Uyghurs?

Banjul ( KNN ) : Despite increasing reports condemning abuses in China against Uighur Muslims, a Turkih-speaking Muslim group in the northwestern region of Xinjiang, the OIC member states remain silent and do nothing to defend this oppressed minority.
The director of the Uyghur Institute in Europe, Dilnour Rihan, launched a cry in French magazine Nouvel Observateur in May to denounce his indifference to “one of the greatest crimes against humanity in the 21st century”. Repression of the Uighur minority in Xinjiang, northwest China.

Leaked classified documents on Sunday revealed reports obtained by the International Federation of Investigative Journalists and published by the media around the world, that China has detained up to one million Uighurs in rehabilitation camps. But Beijing denies the charges, and speaks of “vocational training centers” to enrich knowledge and fight Islamic extremism.

Dilnour Rihan, an Uighur resident in France, attacked French President Emmanuel Macron at the same time and wrote a joint open letter with left-wing EU MP Rafael Gluksmann published in the Liberation newspaper. “Major crimes feed from silence. The Uighurs have now fallen into some sort of The black hole … a legitimate black hole in China […] and a political black hole in the world , they are hardly mentioned in our countries’ negotiations with Chinese leaders. “

But despite new information on detention centers in Xinjiang, solidarity with the Muslim minority, which has been systematically repressed by the Chinese authorities, remains limited.

NOTE : China helping Africa and some Islamic Countries , does not mean that we should close our eyes about their crimes against our Uighur Brothers and Sisters in Xinjiang .

By Kabiru Sagnia Chief Editor of Kabiru News Network ( K.N.N ).

Breaking News : Turkey, Malaysia and Pakistan agree to establish a TV channel to fight Islamophobia ( Worldwide )

Kabiru News network ( KNN ) – Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Thursday he had agreed with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad to establish an English-language television channel to combat Islamophobia Worldwide .
This came in two tweets published by Khan on his Twitter account on Wednesday, after a tripartite meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, in New York City, on the sidelines of their participation in the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly 2019.
“President Erdogan and Prime Minister Mahathir and I took a joint decision at our meeting today to establish an English-language television channel to combat the challenges posed by the phenomenon of Islamophobia and correct misconceptions about our great religion of Islam,” Khan said.
“The channel will work to correct the misconceptions of some people against Muslims,” ​​Khan said, adding that the channel will focus on clarifying insulting religious values, producing films and series that tell the history of Muslims to educate others and create a special media for Muslims.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the tripartite summit he had met with the prime ministers of Pakistan and Malaysia dealt with critical issues such as Jerusalem and Islamophobia.
Earlier this year, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said at a joint press conference with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara that with the cooperation of Turkey and Pakistan, Islamic civilization could be promoted again.
“By uniting our minds and abilities, we can advance the great Islamic civilization that once existed, by working jointly between Malaysia and Turkey, while also cooperating with Pakistan,” Mahathir said.
The Turkish-Malaysian-Pakistani move comes at a time of increasing attacks against Muslims in many Western countries, most notably the Christchurch massacre in New Zealand.
Official statistics also showed a high frequency of attacks against Muslims in Germany and Britain.

By Kabiru Sagnia Chief Editor of ( KNN ).
Source: Union of Muslim Scholars – Agencies .

Breaking News : Turkey, Malaysia and Pakistan agree to establish a TV channel to fight Islamophobia ( Worldwide )

Kabiru News network ( KNN ) – Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Thursday he had agreed with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad to establish an English-language television channel to combat Islamophobia Worldwide .
This came in two tweets published by Khan on his Twitter account on Wednesday, after a tripartite meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, in New York City, on the sidelines of their participation in the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly 2019.
“President Erdogan and Prime Minister Mahathir and I took a joint decision at our meeting today to establish an English-language television channel to combat the challenges posed by the phenomenon of Islamophobia and correct misconceptions about our great religion of Islam,” Khan said.
“The channel will work to correct the misconceptions of some people against Muslims,” ​​Khan said, adding that the channel will focus on clarifying insulting religious values, producing films and series that tell the history of Muslims to educate others and create a special media for Muslims.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the tripartite summit he had met with the prime ministers of Pakistan and Malaysia dealt with critical issues such as Jerusalem and Islamophobia.
Earlier this year, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said at a joint press conference with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara that with the cooperation of Turkey and Pakistan, Islamic civilization could be promoted again.
“By uniting our minds and abilities, we can advance the great Islamic civilization that once existed, by working jointly between Malaysia and Turkey, while also cooperating with Pakistan,” Mahathir said.
The Turkish-Malaysian-Pakistani move comes at a time of increasing attacks against Muslims in many Western countries, most notably the Christchurch massacre in New Zealand.
Official statistics also showed a high frequency of attacks against Muslims in Germany and Britain.

By Kabiru Sagnia Chief Editor of ( KNN ).
Source: Union of Muslim Scholars – Agencies .

Breaking News (KNN) : Abdullah Mohammed Morsi son of the late Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi died after a sudden heart attack

Egyptian Media reported the death of Abdullah Morsi , the youngest son of the late Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi , after a sudden heart attack .

According to news reports and accounts on social media networks sites close to the Muslim Brotherhood ,Abdullah Morsi died after a heart attack in a private Hospital in the gardens of pyramids in Giza Egypt.

The Family of the late Abdullah Morsi , confirmed that the late son was driving his card suffered nervous convulsions and a sudden heart attack , and The Doctors failed to safe him .

May his soul rest in peace amen.

Islamic news : did Pope Francis and Grand Imam Sheikh Ahmed Al Tayeb kiss each other ?

At an inter-religious meeting in Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates, the two religious leaders celebrated the signing of a document on fighting extremism together with an embrace – and a kiss.

Many observers, seeing a picture of the event published by Reuters, believed the moment was just a tad too intimate, with the Pope and the Imam all but locking lips in front of onlookers. Social media users snickered, suggested the two “get a room” and mocked the image in light of both religions’ scriptures concerning homosexuality, as well as the UAE’s strictness on public displays of affection.