In China, when there are reports of atrocities on Muslims, especially the people of the Uighur community, keep coming. But this time another shocking news has come out. Here on the issue related to Muslims, a book has been claimed that the Chinese government has banned their use of WhatsApp. Women who do this are being detained. China has described such Muslim women as pre-criminals.
The name of the book is 'In The Camps: China's High-Tech Penal Colony' and it reveals the atrocities being perpetrated on the Muslim community by the Chinese government. The book gives an example from the case of Vera Zhou, a student at the University of Washington.
Vera Zhou was recently taken into custody for using a virtual private network (VPN) to open her school's Gmail account. It is being told that the student had opened this g-mail account to submit her homework in Xinjiang, China.
The book titled 'In The Camps: China's High-Tech Penal Colony' was released last Tuesday. Apart from Vera Zhou, the book mentions 11 other Muslim women who have been called pre-criminals by the police.
According to the book, after Vera Zhou was taken into custody, she was told that she was being sent to a re-education class. According to Vera Zhou, she remained in captivity for a long time and even in the year 2018, New Year was spent in captivity. Vera Zhou lived in the camp for about 6 months. He was released on the condition that he would have to report to a social stability worker.
Even after she left the camp, Vera Zhou felt like she was digitally imprisoned. Vera Zhou was even called a Muslim pre-criminal. Let us tell you that in the detention center built in China, 1 million Uighur people and people associated with other Muslim organizations have been kept in the camp. These people kept in the camps are forced to work and they are subjected to various atrocities.