'Spread of Islamic extremism is threatening rule of law' in China, government chief warns

'Spread of Islamic extremism is threatening rule of law' in China, government chief warns
 

Wang Zuoan, China's head of State Administration for Religious Affairs, told 300 religious leaders at the National Congress of the Chinese Islamic Association that “extremism” is becoming more common.
He said China’s Muslim community had typically been based at the Xinjiang northwest border, but claimed a number of Muslims are now moving further into mainland China.
Mr Zuoan urged clerics to become the “front line” in “resisting extremism” and insisted religious leaders focus on “converting” hardline Muslims to a more moderate version of the religion.
The government official said: “We... read more

 
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