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China orders Muslims to go against their religion to fight terrorism


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China is forcing shop owners and restaurant owners who are Islamists to sell cigarettes, and alcohol in their businesses. They have also banned beards, head coverings, celebrating Ramadan, and more in an effort to weaken the hold they have in the region. They posted the notice on social media stating, “Anybody who neglects this notice and fails to act will see their shops sealed off, their businesses suspended, and legal action pursued against them,”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2015/05/05/china-orders-muslim-shopkeepers-to-sell-alcohol-cigarettes-to-weaken-islam/?tid=sm_tw

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This "crack down" has been going on for almost a year. They have had protests. It seems like the government wants them to protest violently,so they have an excuse to lock ones up or shoot them on the spot

Well we clearly need God's Kingdom to come soon. Yet another reminder.

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