Hui Muslim protesters forced authorities to delay plans to demolish the new Weizhou Grand Mosque, in the Ningxia Hui region, in August. Photo: Handout

Beijing plans to continue tightening grip on Christianity and Islam as China pushes ahead with the ‘Sinicisation of religion’

  • Premier Li Keqiang tells legislature the Communist Party’s religious affairs policy must be fully implemented
  • Renewed drive comes amid growing international criticism over Beijing’s sweeping clampdown on Muslims and Christians
Topic |   Two Sessions 2019 (Lianghui)

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Hui Muslim protesters forced authorities to delay plans to demolish the new Weizhou Grand Mosque, in the Ningxia Hui region, in August. Photo: Handout
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