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Early Evening Prayers during Ramadan at Urumqi Shaanxi Dasi (陕西清真大寺)
 
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Early Evening Prayers during Ramadan at Urumqi Shaanxi Dasi (陕西清真大寺) One of Urumqi’s largest and most influential Hui mosques, it dates from late Qing times and has also been the headquarters of the Urumqi Islamic Association. The Great Hall, with a magnificent ceiling height of ten meters, is bounded by red wooden pillars and backs on to a distinctive octagonal pavilion. With doctrinal prohibitions against the depiction of both idols and human or animal figures, the ornamental motifs consist mainly of carved fruit and plants. The extensive compound includes teaching rooms, canteen and bath house. Partially destroyed during the Cultural Revolution, the temple has been periodically reconstructed. As in most Chinese mosques, the list of donors and their respective contributions is prominently displayed near the entrance to the main prayer hall. http://www.soundislamchina.org http://www.soundislamchina.org/?cat=106 __________________________________
Violence after ban on Friday prayers in Urumqi
 
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A small group of about 40 Uighur men and women held a short march on Friday (July 10) in the riot-hit city of Urumqi. About 10 police in bulletproof vests and helmets and armed with batons and stun guns blocked their march within minutes. Shortly after, several dozen more police surrounded the group and forced them to squat on the sidewalk. Download the Times Now India's Election HQ app and get all the election info at one go. Click here: http://bit.ly/1iwcRBr Social Media Links :- Facebook - http://goo.gl/CC7rGc G+ - http://goo.gl/O1iEp5 Twitter - http://goo.gl/uHYsqP Also visit our website - http://goo.gl/XPUXe8 ​​​ To Stay Updated Download the Times Now App :- Android Google Play : https://goo.gl/zJhWjC Apple App Store : https://goo.gl/d7QBQZ
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Muslims celebrate end of Ramadan in China
 
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Eld Al Fitr marks the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. In northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, over 20 million Muslims are celebrating the festival at over 24,000 mosques. In the capital city Urumqi, over ten thousand have gathered in one mosque for morning prayer. CCTV's Wu Guoxiu filed this report.
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The flavor of Eid al-Fitr in Xinjiang
 
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For all the Muslims in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the month of Ramadan, is the happiest time of the year. Some unique delicacies accompany the celebration of the festival, and also it is the time for the family members of Hui Muslims to get together. For the celebration, every dish is well prepared, though to enjoy the meal is not a priority, it is the family reunion, which provides the festival’s actual flavor. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Watch CGTN Live: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2-Aq7f_BwE Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Muslims in northwest China Celebrate Eid Al-Fitr Festival
 
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Muslims across northwest China on Wednesday celebrated their traditional Eid Al-Fitr Festival that marks the official end of the Holy month of Ramadan. In Kashi City of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, more than 30,000 Muslims gathered at the Id Kah Mosque in the morning for the last prayer of Ramadan. As a worldwide tradition, the Muslims sat shoulder by shoulder in an open area and gave their thanks to Allah. Following the prayer was the first daylight meal in a month – a ritual observed with joy after a month of austerity. Streets in Kashi were bustling once again as restaurants reopened, and the feasting began with Sama dance - a Uyghur folk dance people performed when praying for fruitful hunting and good harvest in ancient times and now also a must-do for the holiday celebration. "I've put on new clothes. Later on I'm meeting with friends and other family members," said Ishan Haji, a local resident in Kashi. "I don't feel tired at all (after dancing). It has been a great day for me," said Muhammad Nijat, another Kashi resident. In Qinghai Province -- home to nearly 1.1 million Muslims, a prayer was held at the Dongguan Great Mosque in the capital city of Xining on Wednesday morning, attended by 150,000 people. In Wuzhong City of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, another compact Muslim community, local people started celebration early Wednesday morning. Residents gathered together with their families and friends for their first daytime meal after the Ramadan. In Gansu Province, Muslims also prayed for better life and held various activities to celebrate the religious festival. More on:http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20160706/8026155.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
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Students' Daily Life at Xinjiang Islamic Institute in Northwest China
 
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The study of Islam is encouraged in China with at least ten institutes of Islamic higher learning around the country passing on the knowledge of the Quran to Muslims. In Urumqi, capital city of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, one institute has been tutoring students for almost 30 years. For students there, the pace never lets up even during Ramadan. It’s 1:30 local time in Urumqi. The students at the Xinjiang Islamic Institute are having their first meal in a day. The food must be special, because they will start five rounds of prayers after this and then learn the Quran, without food and water for over 17 hours every day during Ramadan. "We are having food that can keep our physical strength, such as lamb pilaf, noodles served with soy sauce, fried noodles, rice, eggs, roast mutton and yogurt," said Nurahmat, a student at the institute. Some of the students have entered the mosque, reading their first scriptures of the day. With some sleep later, they will go into classes in the morning. This is the only institute in China teaching the Quran in Uygur language. Founded in 1987, it has over 1,000 graduates of ethnic minorities including Uyghur, Kyrgyz, and Tajik. They are serving in mosques across Xinjiang as worship leaders for ordinary Muslims to preserve and pass on the Muslim knowledge and the correct interpretation of the Quran. Abudurikip Temurniyaz, dean of the institute, said over 70 staff members are teaching at the school with a comprehensive curriculum system. "We have four categories of religious learning here. The most important part, the learning of the Quran, includes the way of reading, chanting, interpreting and so on," he said. Students are free in the afternoon during the month of Ramadan. But even ten hours after their first meal, many still come out to read books and do some sports. The students said learning at the institute will help them become qualified worship leaders for Muslims. "Our class have studied here for over four years. Now we've had a comprehensive understanding about the interpretations of the Quran," said a student named Mamatsawut. "When I return to my hometown in the city of Yining, I will explain the real essence of the Holy Quran to the local people," said Yusupjan, another student. Deep at night, the students and their teachers gather again in the canteen to have some food easy to digest to break the long fast during the day. With the fifth and the last round of prayers of the day, they conclude their learning of the day, and will soon be ready for the next day. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20160619/8024519.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewsContentPLUS
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Prayers for the start of Ramadan in  China
 
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(1 Aug 2011) Beijing - 1 August 2011 1. Wide of Chinese style mosque 2. Wide of men praying in mosque 3. Mid of men praying 4. Close of men praying 5. Wide of men praying 6. Mid of men and young boys finishing prayers 7. Wide of table with drinks and food to eat after fasting all day 8. Pan from group of people to food 9. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Moussa Yinguofang, Imam, worked at mosque for more than 20 years, and is 49-years-old: "We are not worried; we have much confidence that the government can handle this situation." 10. People pray, and then begin to eat and drink, UPSOUND: Bell ringing to signify beginning of Ramadan, tilt down to food 11. Mid of people eating watermelon 12. Mid of people drinking 13. Wide of people eating and drinking, tilt up to Chinese style mosque Urumqi, Xinjiang Region - 1 August 2011 14. Wide of police patrol driving down road 15. People gathered on pavement 16. Close up of man sitting beside road 17. Wide of police on motorcycles 18. Men walking down street, one holding a newspaper 19. Wide of mosque 20. Women standing in front of mosque 21. Electronic information board at entrance to mosque 22. Local policeman sitting on chair 23. Various of armed police on road STORYLINE: China''s Muslim community came to pray at a mosque in Beijing on Monday to mark the beginning of Ramadan, the Muslim month of fasting. Prayers were said in the distinctly Chinese-style mosque and afterwards slices of watermelon and drinks were distributed at the end of the first day of fasting. The start of Ramadan comes as China blamed Muslim extremists trained in Pakistan for launching one of two deadly weekend attacks in a troubled far western region. Sunday''s attack left 11 dead, including five suspected assailants, in the Silk Road city of Kashgar in the Xinjiang region. Authorities have not pinpointed suspects behind clashes a day earlier in the city that killed seven, including one of two men who allegedly hijacked a truck and rammed it into a crowd. The Imam at the Beijing mosque said he was not concerned, and that the government could handle the situation. A strong security presence is normal in Xinjiang''s regional capital Urumqi, and the start of Ramadan on Monday was no exception. But police and paramilitary forces appeared relaxed and in the streets and markets citizens went about their daily life. The region has been under tight security since 2009 when almost 200 people were killed in fighting between Han Chinese and minority Uighurs in Urumqi. Uighurs are a largely Muslim ethnic group that see Xinjiang as its homeland. Xinjiang is China''s Central Asian frontier, bordering Pakistan, Afghanistan, Russia and other countries. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ace71d49879f89a52b8c30fdcf5c7688 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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China's Hui Muslims integrate whilst maintaining their own identity
 
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(11 Aug 2010) AP Television Yinchuan City, Ningxia Province, China, July 17th, 2010 1. Close shot of young man singing the call to prayers 2. Wide shot of row of men listening at prayer 3. Close shot of man's face (Mr. Ma) as he prays 4. Wide shot of row of men bowing in prayer 5. Wide reverse shot of men standing back up 6. Wide shot of men bowing 7. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin): Ma Younggui, 90 year old worshipper: "There has been no change. We Muslims have not changed and won't change. For example, we still read the same Koran to pray. In a few thousand years our Koran has not changed at all. Our customs have not changed either� like I wash myself 5 times per day� these things don't change." 8. Wide shot of men - mostly older men - leaving prayers. 9. Close shot of shoes being put on 10. Wide shot of older men walking down steps to leave on their bicycles 11. Close of crescent on minaret in silhouette 12. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Luo Zhanjun, Imam of the Nanguan Grand Mosque, Yinchuan, Ningxia: "Nowadays religion is getting� elderly. The younger people really don't seem as interested in religion anymore. Society is changing fast. This has impacted religion. The internet and media have more influence on the youth. They are not as involved in religion and religious activities." AUDIO AS INCOMMING 13. Med shot of young girl skating on "snake-board" outside mosque entrance 14. Close pull-out shot of girl skating to the gate of the mosque AP Television Lanzhou City, Gansu Province, July 20th, 2010 15. Pan from smaller mosque in Hui neighbourhood to quiet market street 16. Close shot of old Hui man and woman at noodle stall, pan to woman making noodles 17. Close shot of noodles being made by hand 18. Close shot of woman's face as she makes noodles 19. Med shot of people buying meat at small stall 20. Close reverse shot of man purchasing mutton 21. Wide shot of young Han woman walking on Hui market street AP FILE Urumqi City, Xinjiang Province, July 8th, 2009 22. Crowd of protesting Uighur residents with fists in the air, some crying 23. Med shot of line of Han paramilitary troops being told to retreat 24. Pan to wide of paramilitary retreating from protesters while telling them to calm down 25. Wide shot of Han residents looking at security cordon that divides Han and Uighur sections of the city 26. Med shot of troops parting security cordon to let an ambulance pass through - then closing blockade again 27. Tilt down from mosque to wounded Uighurs in Uighur neighbourhood - some wounded 28. Close shot of wounded man showing his injured arm to camera 29. Low angle shot of residents coming to a corner to see paramilitary troops from Lanzhou - some residents can be seen and heard clapping 30. Med shot of riot police from Lanzhou walking in formation around a corner - clapping can still be heard 31. Med shot of riot police from Lanzhou patrolling Uighur neighbourhood AP Television Yinchuan City, Ningxia Province, July 18th, 2010 32. Wide shot of press conference 33. Close shot of local officials at press conference 34. Med shot of foreign reporters 35. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin): Yang Shengrui, Director of Civil and Religious Affairs, Ningxia Province: "Culturally, they have a lot in common, particularly with the people in the Western regions - like Xinjiang. At the same time they are very familiar with the Han culture, which is mainly to the east of us. So both from a cultural perspective and from a geographic perspective they can act as middle men in the dialogue." AUDIO AS INCOMMING AP Television LiangTian Village, Ningxia Province, July 18th 2010 36. Wide shot of old Hui Muslim man riding his bicycle on village road 37. Close shot of old man riding by 38. Wide shot of old man riding away You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b33d2a8fc188c5717cd74af9ea5a1362 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Muslims ready to celebrate end of Ramadan in XinJiang
 
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With the holy month of Ramadan coming to an end, Muslims in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region are busy preparing for the upcoming Eid al-Fitr, or the Festival of Fast-Breaking on Tuesday. CCTV-America's Zhang Nini reports.
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APTN special report from troubled region
 
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Urumqi, Xinjiang, China - 26 May 2002 1. Tilt dwon from lights to night market 2. Han Chinese child on her father's back walking through market 3. Wide shot of Uyghur family eating together 4. Close up on girl eating a kebab 5. Pan from father to child eating 6. Tilt from cook to kebabs on the grill 7. Close up on fish kebabs being turned over 8. Mid shot of light bulbs at night market Turpan, Xinjiang, China - 28 May 2002 9. Wide shot of people sleeping on rooftops 10. Man asleep on bed on rooftop 11. Wide shot of woman waking up (right corner of screen) 12. Man shaving 13. Kazakh man being woken up by his mother Kucha, Xinjiang, China - 30 May 2002 14. Wide shot of traffic on bridge 15. Man calling to prayer on top of Mosque dome 16. Wide shot of same 17. Muslims washing themselves (performing Wudhu) in preparation for prayer 18. Close up on Arabic writing on the wall 19. Mid shot of men washing 20. Close up on man washing his feet 21. Muslims walking into mosque 22. Muslims raise hands to start prayer 23. Wide shot of worshippers bowing 24. Close up on "leather socks" 25. Close up on man's head on the carpet 26. Wide shot of Imam at presser for international journalists 27. SOUNDBITE (Uyghur) Kucha Imam: "According to the holy book of Islam, the women will stay at home to pray." Aksu, Xinjiang, China - 31 May 2002 28. Covered woman walking on high street 29. Arabic writing on high street 30. Covered woman at scarf shop 31. Mirror reflection of covered woman selling muslim caps 32. Mid shot of woman selling caps to foreigner 33. Close up on man with child 34. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Shopkeeper: "The main problem is people get laid off when they're young. When they get old, they won't have money for medical care or other problems. Business is not easy to do either. Right now, these are our problems." Kucha, Xinjiang, China - 30 May 2002 35. Wide shot of folk dancing 36. Close up on women dancing 37. Wide shot of musicians 38. Close up on musicians 39. Rack focus from woman's face to rose STORYLINE The Xinjiang region in China is renowned for its desert, oilfields and Muslim majority. But for the visitor, a lasting impression will likely include its bustling nightmarkets. Home to Uyghurs, Kazakhs, Pakistanis, Russians, Uzbeks and Han Chinese, the capital Urumqi comes alive with multi-ethnic mingling under the cover of darkness. The night provides a cool respite from the blistering summer sun when temperatures can hover up to almost 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit). Bordering eight different nations, it comes as no surprise that China once pioneered its Silk Road trade route through the region. Cuisine here shares a more Central Asian heritage than the spicy dishes of eastern China. Mutton kebabs, pilau rice and river fish feature strongly on the local plate. Families in the region enjoy their meal until the late evening. Days in Xinjiang are longer. Partly due to the long summer days and partly because China preferes to run its country under one central Beijing time. In fact, Xinjiang is several time zones removed from the Chinese capital, lagging some two hours behind. Yet, despite their evening activities, a worker's day begins at at the crack of dawn. These rooftop dwellers in Kucha find the open sky a cooler alternative than their simple dwellings below. The average rainfall in Xinjiang only reaches around 150 millimetres in a year so they have little to worry from being caught in the rain. Kucha's streets better show off Xinjiang's Muslim presence than the modern white-tiled concrete buildings of Urumqi. Islam arrived in the region in the 11th century with the Uyghur Turks. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e0c1d612fe45f97708aa94e9b82205be Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian Muslims mark Eid al-Adha in Moscow
 
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Russian Muslims have gathered in Moscow’s main mosque to celebrate Eid al-Adha or the Feast of Sacrifice. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
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Security Tight in Urumqi as Calm Returns
 
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In China todaycalm is returning to Ürümqi, the capital of the Xinjiang region. It comes after last week's violent protests left more than a hundred people dead. Armored personnel vehicles and platoons of soldiers guarded Ürümqi's central People's Square on Sunday. It's been just one week since protests in the capital of Xinjiang turned violent and deadly. Parts of Ürümqi remain tense, especially in Uighur neighborhoods. Still, a semblance of calm has returned to much of the city, in part because of a heavy security presence—as many as 20,000 troops were brought in last Wednesday. One Uighur resident says that people are beginning to turn their thoughts back to business. [Unidentified Urumqi Resident]: (male, mandarin, no title bar) "I don't think it'll happen again. Look at all the police and soldiers. It won't happen. We're all back at work." One group of Han Chinese workers had returned to their car dealership in a Uighur neighborhood to clean up damage caused by last week's riots. There was, however, a brief demonstration on Friday after some mosques reopened. The Chinese regime has put forth a lot of effort to keep its grip on this vast territory. Xinjiang borders eight countries, has abundant oil reserves, and is China's largest natural gas-producing region.
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Eid al-Fitr celebration in China
 
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Millions of Muslims across China have celebrated Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the Islamic holy fasting month of Ramadan. The authorities have helped to make sure the Muslims enjoy the breaking of the fast.
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Russia: Muscovite Muslims hold morning prayers for Eid al-Adha
 
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Thousands of Muslims gathered at the Moscow Cathedral Mosque to celebrate Eid al-Adha on Thursday. Video ID: 20160912-014 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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A Day in the Life of a Muslim - IAP 2018
 
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Have you every wondered what goes on in a typical day of a studying and working Muslim? Here is a lengthy vlog starring the generous Adam, Mia and Hayyu. Follow them as they go through their respective Fridays, hanging with friends, trudging through school work, having meaningful conversations, while squeezing in time for prayer and remembering God. Let us know what you think! Vloggers: Adam: @adamrosli_ Mia: @itsmiamore_ Hayyu: @hayyunariah Follow us for more updates! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iap.2018/ FB page: https://www.facebook.com/IAP.ntums/
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Uyghur Muslims in China: The Situation in East Turkistan
 
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RUSSIA: EID AL ADHA
 
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Russian/Nat XFA Russia's Muslims celebrated one of their most important holy days Monday in an atmosphere of official acceptance, with services attended by leading politicians and broadcast live on state television. Eid al-Adha, which is known in Russia by the Turkish name of Kurban Bairam, commemorates Abraham's sacrifice of a ram to God instead of his son and centers on the ritual slaughter of a sheep or other animal. Last year was the first time the holiday received broad attention by Russian leaders. Russia has about 20 million Muslims, making Islam the nation's second-largest religion after the Russian Orthodox Church. But Orthodoxy receives far more attention from the politicians and the media than Islam or Judaism. Some observers say the increased attention to Islam is an attempt to win Muslims' support for the Kremlin's war against rebels in Chechnya, a predominantly Muslim region. The country's chief mufti, or Islamic religious leader, Talgan Tadzhuddin, said at services Monday in the city of Ufa, about 1,200 kilometers (750 miles) east of Moscow, that the war is "a necessary measure against terrorists, rather than brothers in faith," the Interfax news agency reported. Thousands of men listened to the service and prayed standing outside the mosque in a snowstorm. Muslim leaders put attendance at 30,000. President Vladimir Putin issued an official greeting to Muslims on the holiday. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "Every man should arrive to understanding the Islam on his own accord. The faith is the faith. Before we used to trust the communists now we trust in Allah." SUPER CAPTION: Ravil (first name only) SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Shamil (first name only) "I wish all the Muslims in the world happiness and joy at home, to see their children grow strong and healthy. And, again, the best of luck to all our Muslim brothers in the world." SUPER CAPTION: Shamil (first name only) You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f3414f648380b7414f9c96c796d1c8da Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Apparent calm in Urumqi, massive security
 
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(12 Jul 2009) 1. Wide low angle of Uighur men walking by Grand Bazaar with security troops standing behind barricades 2. Close up of face of security standing behind barricade 3. Security troops talking to man and one security troop trying to block camera with hand 4. Paramilitary troops marching in Uighur neighbourhood 5. Wide pan of paramilitary troops marching 6. Wide of Uighur neighbourhood with some small shops opening 7. Close up of man cutting watermelon tilt up to man's face 8. Mid wide of man cutting watermelon 9. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Ali Muhammad, Fruit vendor: "I don't know how things will improve, but the situation is bad because people think it's not safe here, there are no tourists." 10. Wide of Uighurs walking in Uighur shopping area 11. Mid of Uighurs on street 12. Close of Uighur boy and mother 13. Wide of Uighur boy sitting on bronze donkey with parents standing next to him 14. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Akbar (no other name given), Uighur businessman: "They are afraid of Uighur people and Uighur people are afraid of Han people, but I'm not too worried now, I think things are getting better." 15. Mid of helicopter flying over Uighur neighbourhood zoom out to wide shot 16. Wide of armoured personnel carrier and paramilitary troops in truck driving by with Uighur woman with headscarf walking by STORYLINE: The centre of the riot-hit city of Urumqi was tense but calm Sunday, one week after ethnic fighting began that left 184 people dead and alarmed China's communist leaders. Armed paramilitary police were on guard in People's Square, the site of the July 5 protest by minority Uighurs that escalated into deadly attacks on Han Chinese, including people who were pulled off buses and beaten. More than 1,000 were hurt in the violence. The government says most of the dead were from the Han Chinese majority, but the largely Muslim Uighurs suspect that many more of their people died. The official Xinhua News Agency has cited provincial officials as saying 137 victims were Han while 46 were Uighurs and one was a Hui, another Muslim group. The Urumqi Public Security Bureau published a notice late Saturday banning illegal assembly, marches and demonstrations in the western city. Although calm had apparently returned to the the streets of Urumqi, uncertainty remains. One fruit seller said tourism was down because people are too scared to visit. An Uighur businessman was more optimistic. "I'm not too worried now, I think things are getting better," he said. The violence broke out following a protest against the June 26 deaths of Uighur factory workers in a brawl in southern China. The crowd then scattered throughout Urumqi, attacking Han Chinese, burning cars and smashing windows. Thousands of Chinese troops have flooded into Urumqi to separate the feuding ethnic groups, and a senior Communist Party official vowed to execute those guilty of murder in the rioting. China has accused Rebiya Kadeer, a 62-year-old Uighur businesswoman who lives in exile in the US, of instigating the riots, without providing evidence. She has denied it. The government believes the Uighurs (pronounced WEE-gers) should be grateful for Xinjiang's rapid economic development, which has brought new schools, highways, airports, railways, natural gas fields and oil wells in the sprawling, rugged Central Asian region, three times the size of Texas. But many of the Turkic-speaking Uighurs, with a population of 9 million (m) in Xinjiang, accuse the dominant Han ethnic group of discriminating against them and saving all the best jobs for themselves. Many say the Communist Party is repressive and tries to snuff out their Islamic faith, language and culture. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/673bff989db20126258834c35ec0b0af Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Chinese Government Provides Support for Ramadan Ceremonies
 
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Chinese Islamic clergy representatives on Saturday said the government has been providing support to Muslims for religious ceremonies held during Ramadan in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Social workers at various communities have been working overtime in order to provide security and aid for Muslims during their Islamic fasting month. Traffic police officers have increased patrols on roads and set up temporary parking lots for Muslims who drive to mosques in suburb areas for religious ceremonies during Ramadan. "The government has made a lot of efforts to ensure a safe and pleasant Ramadan for Muslims," said Ospan Sawut, an imam at a mosque in Urumqi, capital of Xinjiang. Islamic clergy members said legal religious activities have enjoyed the government protection. "Followers of Islam from all ethnic groups in Xinjiang have enjoyed a free and peaceful Ramadan, without any interference," said Adil Abduhaliq, a teacher at the Xinjiang Islamic Institute in Urumqi. "Followers of Islam from all ethnic groups are very free throughout Ramadan. At each pray time we have nearly 1,000 people praying together at our Id Kah Mosque. The Jumu'ah prayer witnessed more than 8,000 people praying together. Our religious ceremonies went on without any restriction," said Abdukadir, a clergyman from the Id Kah Mosque in Kashgar of southern Xinjiang. Ramadan started on June 18 and will end on July 17 this year. In Islam, Ramadan is a holy month when the Prophet Muhammad is said to have received the Quran to guide believers. To commemorate the occasion, Muslims are required to fast from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan. More on: http://newscontent.cctv.com/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=305482 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjKQ CCTV+ official website: http://newscontent.cctv.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CCTV/756877521031964 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewsContentPLUS
China’s Xinjiang Celebrates Eid al-Fitr
 
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Muslims in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region celebrated Eid al-Fitr on Wednesday. In Nilka County of Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture, the local residents and the cadres who had come to Xinjiang from other regions of China gathered together to have meals and celebrated by dancing. "I feel very warm and excited to eat and dance with them, and this is something that I can't see in Jiangsu," said Zhou Zhongyuan, one of the cadres. Early in the morning, an art troupe in Ruoqiang County went to visit the local geracomium and brought a great performance there. "They come to see us, perform for us and eat with us, and we feel very warm and glad," said Osman Rejep, an elderly resident. The festival is also a day for the local residents to go shopping. The supply is sufficient and the prices are cheaper during the festival. "The mutton was 43 yuan per kilogram two days ago, but today it is 38 yuan," said Exmet, a resident from Urumqi. "The business is quite good. Most of the customers come to buy almonds, pistachios, walnuts and raisins. I can earn 7,000 to 10,000 yuan a day," said Ghëni, a dried fruit shop owner in Kashgar. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20160706/8026146.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
Muslim Street Food at Kashgar Livestock Market
 
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Food Court at Kashgar Livestock Market China. All people needs food to survive, we have become so involved in our food supply chain to make us produce live stocks and at the same time make lots of money from it. Food court at the livestock market is cooking fresh dishes using freshly produce. When it comes for noodles dishes and meat dishes what you would normally find here at the food court, all as fresh as it can be. The meat that was just live moments ago now in the cooking pan, and in moments it will become you. This is the intelligence and power of human life. In fact any of the living.
Views: 1547 Shiran De Silva
Street performers in Muslim Ürumqi, Xinjiang, China playing drums and mizmar
 
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So while passing through to Kelamayi, Xinjiang, we decided to explore the city of Ürümqi and its often controversial Muslim Uyghur inhabitants. It's a really great city, to be honest. When we first showed up, there were police everywhere, with SWAT teams and the giant armored vans, alike. They were protecting the rights of the Muslims to hold their Friday prayers. Afterward, we tried many great foods, and watched these guys rocking out in the streets!
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Muslims in China: How Muslim Celebrating Ramzan in China
 
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Muslims in China How Muslim Celebrating Ramzan in China China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is home to the country's largest Muslim population, and like many other places around the world, people there have begun observing the holy month of Ramadan. Follow us on www.facebook.com/pakistanaffairs2017 www.twitter.com/pakistanaffairz
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Iman android app
 
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China’s Hidden Camps in Uyghur Area
 
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What’s happened to vanished Uyghurs of xinjiang
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How Muslims Celebrate Eid ul Fitr In China
 
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How Muslims Celebrate Eid ul Fitr In China Muslims in northwest China Celebrate Eid Al-Fitr Festival Follow us on www.facebook.com/pakistanaffairs2017 www.twitter.com/pakistanaffairz Muslims across northwest China on Wednesday celebrated their traditional Eid Al-Fitr Festival that marks the official end of the Holy month of Ramadan. In Kashi City of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, more than 30,000 Muslims gathered at the Id Kah Mosque in the morning for the last prayer of Ramadan. As a worldwide tradition, the Muslims sat shoulder by shoulder in an open area and gave their thanks to Allah. Following the prayer was the first daylight meal in a month – a ritual observed with joy after a month of austerity. Streets in Kashi were bustling once again as restaurants reopened, and the feasting began with Sama dance - a Uyghur folk dance people performed when praying for fruitful hunting and good harvest in ancient times and now also a must-do for the holiday celebration. "I've put on new clothes. Later on I'm meeting with friends and other family members," said Ishan Haji, a local resident in Kashi. "I don't feel tired at all (after dancing). It has been a great day for me," said Muhammad Nijat, another Kashi resident. In Qinghai Province -- home to nearly 1.1 million Muslims, a prayer was held at the Dongguan Great Mosque in the capital city of Xining on Wednesday morning, attended by 150,000 people. In Wuzhong City of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, another compact Muslim community, local people started celebration early Wednesday morning. Residents gathered together with their families and friends for their first daytime meal after the Ramadan. In Gansu Province, Muslims also prayed for better life and held various activities to celebrate the religious festival. Muslims celebrate end of Ramadan in China Eld Al Fitr marks the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. In northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, over 20 million Muslims are celebrating the festival at over 24,000 mosques. In the capital city Urumqi, over ten thousand have gathered in one mosque for morning prayer. CCTV's Wu Guoxiu filed this report.
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Festival of Breaking Fast: Moscow Muslims celebrate Eid-al-Fitr
 
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Muslims around the world are celebrating one of their most important holidays, Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. In Russia, Muslims also flock to morning prayers, including the thousands expected to descend on Moscow Cathedral Mosque. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/7hob RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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The Stream - Unrest in China's Xinjiang region
 
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow The Stream and join Al Jazeera’s social media community: This episode’s story: http://stream.aljazeera.com/story/201501191205-0024494 FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/AJStream TWITTER: https://twitter.com/AJStream GOOGLE+: http://google.com/+TheStream ****************************************­************ On The Stream: What’s at the heart of mounting tensions between the Chinese government and ethnic Uighurs? Thumbnail: Chinese soldiers in riot gear secure the area outside the Id Kah Mosque, after Imam Jumwe Tahir was killed by assailants following early morning prayers on July 30, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang.(GETTY/KEVIN FRAYER) At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
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Urumqi Mosque: Southgate
 
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A clip on the foremost interior facade of the South Gate mosque in Urumqi.
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21st Century Ethnocide: China’s Plan for the Uyghurs of Xinjiang
 
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This week on China Watch: the Chinese Communist Party’s Plan to de-Uyghurize and Sinicize Xinjiang In this special edition of China Watch we look at perhaps the most extreme exercise in ethnic assimilation ever attempted: the People’s Republic of China’s campaign to Sinicize its far west holding, the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, through bleeding edge security and demographic measures. The PRC’s Xinjiang program has attracted the critical interest of the Western world as an egregious violation of human rights, focusing on an apparently extensive campaign of extralegal detention and indoctrination in re-education camps of hundreds of thousands and perhaps as many as a million Uyghurs. See Full Video Here: https://bit.ly/2BeM5Ch Now available for rent at: https://bit.ly/2vKFhqP Newsbud does not take money from advertisers, foundations or NGO’s. We are 100% funded by you, the people. Support Newsbud for a stronger independent grassroots media by subscribing or making a donation today. Support Newsbud: http://bit.ly/2uah4H6 Join the Newsbud Community http://bit.ly/2gbO5ii Newsbud Vimeo on Demand: http://bit.ly/2j9uyyW Visit our website http://bit.ly/2gl9jbd Follow Newsbud on Twitter http://bit.ly/29d5XFD Follow Newsbud on Facebook http://bit.ly/2ynO840
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Crimea - last friday prayer at th mosque before the referendum
 
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Tatar's mosque of Simferopol 14 March 2014
China to mobilise 'all forces' after attack
 
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Five suicide bombers were behind an attack on a market in China's north western Xinjiang region, according to state media. Thirty-one people were killed and more than 90 injured in the attack in the regional capital, Urumqi. The Government blames Uighur separatists, who want independence from Beijing. Al Jazeera's Adrian Brown reports from Urumqi.
Views: 4024 Al Jazeera English
Blast Hits Capital Of China's Western Xinjiang   Explosion Hits Xinjiang Capital Urumqi   22 May
 
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Call to Night Prayer, Ankara-Turkey
 
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Call to Night Prayer from Ankara, Turkey.
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Muslim clerics receive higher education in Xinjiang
 
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In Xinjiang, ethnic culture and religious freedom are under government protection. In early May, CCTV reporter Xu Zhaoqun visited Xinjiang Islamic College, the only one of its kind in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous region. Nearly 1,000 students have graduated from the college and became Muslim clerics since it was founded twenty years ago. Our reporter interviewed a young men who study and live there, and find how the culture and religion are reserved there. Once the call for prayer resounds over campus, all the students gather at the mosque. They do this five times a day. Vice President and Mullah of the College, Abdurekepu Tumuniyaz is seldom absent from prayers, which is the most important lesson for the students. After graduation, they will go back to their hometowns and host the same prayers in mosques there. It's not easy to enroll in the college. Thousands of young men apply every year, but only around two hundred are selected.
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China Xinjiang Kashi Kashgar : Rosa Heyt 2015
 
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DescriptionDuring the Islamic month of Ramadan many Uyghurs fast from sunrise to sunset. At the end of Ramadan, which last for one month, there is a huge celebration called Rosa Heyt. This video was taken in front of Kashgar Attiqah Mosque. Right after the Eid prayer, the men stay in front of the mosque and dance excitedly.
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Some mosques open for Friday prayers despite closure notice
 
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(10 Jul 2009) SHOTLIST 1. Wide exterior of Mosque in Uighur neighbourhood in morning 2. Mid of closed doors - as all mosques have been closed since July 5th following riots 3. Close tilt down of locked door 4. Wide of neighbours chatting on the street in front of mosque 5. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin): Unnamed Uighur Resident of Erdaoqiao neighbourhood, Vox Pop: "Now the morning prayer, the Friday prayer, we don't have it. We don't have it today. We can't go to mosque." 6. Residents chatting 7. Wide of Uighur women chatting outside their homes 8. Two young Uighur girls 9. Close of Uighur girl 10. Wide of motorised tricycle driving down alley 11. Uighur man cutting mutton 12. Various of streetside food stalls making breakfast 13. People eating 14. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin): Gao Qilin, Han Resident of Erdaoqiao neighbourhood, Vox Pop: "What can you say, this whole thing. You had Uighurs attacking Han, and Han attacking Uighurs, who can make sense of it? I hope we can just get back to a peaceful life." 15. Roadside newspaper stand selling papers 16. Close of newspaper photo showing Security officer shaking hands with civilian 17. Mid of riot police on duty on downtown street 18. Close of security coming to stop camera from filming security 19. Temporary troop base with guard at gate 20. Wide of Troop truck coming out of temporary troop base. STORYLINE Several mosques in riot-hit Urumqi opened for Friday prayers after boisterous crowds gathered outside, despite notices posted earlier saying they would be closed in the wake of ethnic violence that left 156 dead. It was not immediately clear if there was a change of policy or if the mosques were opened to meet the demand of the crowds. The Friday afternoon prayers are a focal point of the week for the minority Muslim Uighurs. Earlier, there had been no call to prayer on as mosques remained closed. However the mood on the streets and in the neighbourhoods appeared much more relaxed than in previous days. Chinese officials ordered mosques in Urumqi to suspend Friday prayers for the sake of public safety, they said. The mosques have been closed since rioting started last Sunday, and continued clashes turned these neighbourhoods into melee zones. Five people were said to have died within a few hundred meters of a mosque in Erdaoqiao neighbourhood in what were believed to revenge attacks by Han Chinese on Tuesday. Ethnic clashes have paralysed Urumqi over the past several days, with minority Uighur and Han Chinese mobs roaming the streets and attacking each other. More than 1,100 people were wounded in the violence, and hundreds of vehicles were damaged or set on fire in riots on Sunday. It was not known how many Uighurs and Han Chinese died or who was behind their deaths. Government officials and state media continued on Thursday to accuse US-exiled Uighur activist Rebiya Kadeer and her overseas followers of being behind the violence. She has denied the allegations and accused China of inciting the violence. Uighurs say the riots that started on Sunday, put down by volleys of tear gas and a massive show of force, were triggered by the June 25 deaths of Uighur factory workers during a brawl in the southern Chinese city of Shaoguan. State-run media have said two workers died, but many Uighurs believe more were killed and said the incident was an example of how little the government cared about them. The Uighurs say trigger-happy security forces gunned down many of Sunday's protesters. Officials have yet to give an ethnic breakdown of those killed. Some Uighurs favour independence or greater autonomy for Xinjiang province, which makes up one-sixth of China's land mass and borders eight Central Asian countries. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bfc241d96f0d6a79b60f86b390751538 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Uyghur documentary  02 : Al-Jazeera on Islam in China
 
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Al-Jazeera on Islam in China Jazeera's treatment of the Tibet issue tends to be somewhat lopsided, but this latest report on Islam in China which features interviewees from both ends of the political spectrum does exhibit cognisance of the various sensitivities and the interplay of a variety of complex factors. The heterogeneity of Muslims in China makes them a highly fascinating group to study, if we can even consider them as a "group" to begin with. The longstanding suspicions among Uyghurs of the Hui's are underscored by activist Rebiya Kadeer's assertion that many of the spies employed by Chinese intelligence in Xinjiang are Hui Muslims — an ethnic group that accounts for about half of China's 22 million Muslims. The main distinction that sets the Hui's apart from the Han's is derived from their practice of Islam and in many cases, there is no genetic distinction between the Hui's and the Han's due to a decision by the Communist Party in the 1930s to define Hui's as an umbrella group for all Sinophone Muslims. It is interesting to note that Rebiya Kadeer was once co-opted as a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. Her rags-to-riches story and successes as a businesswoman earned her a high standing among the Uyghur community. Unfortunately, her barring from re-election in 1998 and subsequent imprisonment in 1999 (a missed opportunity by the Chinese government to address real concerns perhaps?) may have had the effect of radicalising her views. Since her exile to the United States, she has gained influential friends and meetings with heads of states and has also been named President of the World Uyghur Congress, but for all her actions is likely to exert only limited pressure on the Chinese government. Even as the Chinese government continues to guarantee more space for the expression of religion, the rise of political Islam will be a real concern. This is because Islam is a set of beliefs which not only govern how man is to behave before God, but also how states should be run. As more and more imams (religious leaders) are trained not just in local seminaries but also in such revered institutions of fundamentalist thought such as the Al-Azhar University in Egypt, the face of Islam in China will change (note the totally veiled women in the video). As record numbers of Chinese Muslims go on Haj year-on-year, their spiritual aspirations and views of their relation to the state will also evolve. Not all of this will be bad though. As we have previously noted, there is much that Muslim communities elsewhere can glean from the Chinese Muslim experience, in particular the establishment of nu si ("女寺") or female mosques (seen in this video) and the ordination of large numbers of female imams that are unheard of elsewhere. While female imams and mosques are more peculiar to Hui rather than Uyghur communities, it has been studied with great interest by anthropologists. Related links Shanghaiist: The most unlikely birthplace of progressive Islam? Shanghaiist: Record number of Chinese Muslims on Haj Wikipedia: Rebiya Kadeer Youtube: Cause and Causes [video] In These Times: Rebiya Kadeer: The Uighur Dalai Lama Journal3.net: Islam in China: China Nu's Ahong Asia Times: Islam with Chinese characteristics
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Kashgar Shadiyanisi (Sama music and dance)
 
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Performed by: Memet Tokhti and apprentices Place: Kashgar city, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region Recorded by: Rachel Harris and Aziz Isa Date: August 2006 One of a series of pieces performed on the naghra (paired kettle drums) and sunay (shawm) to accompany the famous circling sama dance performed by large groups of local men on festival days outside Kashgar's Heyitgah mosque. According to Memet Tokhti in 2006, naghra-sunay has been played for festivals on Heyitgah for over 100 years, and the men of his own family had maintained the tradition for four generations. He believed that the Kashgar sama tradition started with a Sufi mendicant called Teykhan Khojam from Namangan in the Ferghana valley who performed the sama dance outside the Heyitgah mosque after Friday prayers, and who was believed to have magical powers of healing. When permitted by the authorities, the dance is performed on the Rosi festival day after Ramadan, and the musicians play their 'great pieces' Shadiyana and Zor Naghmisi from the roof of the mosque throughout the day from morning until evening, stopping only for prayer times. During the Qurban festival of sacrifice they play for three days. The mosque invites them to perform and pays them for their work. The pieces take the form of suites, beginning with an unmetered 'muqam' introduction and moving through a series of metered pieces, mostly in short, regular dance rhythms, with a few pieces using spectacularly complex additive and limping rhythms. http://www.soundislamchina.org/?p=289
Views: 4504 Sounding Islam China
Chinese muslim clip 1
 
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Xi'an, the Great Mosque
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Locals and tourists in Kashgar celebrate Eid al-Adha
 
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Muslims around China are celebrating the Eid al-Adha festival, or "Festival of Sacrifice," one of the most important festivals on the Muslim calendar. CCTV’s Liu Wenwen headed to Kashgar in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region to check out some of the festivities. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Cycling The Silk Road (to Kashgar)
 
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In 2012, Eleanor Moseman cycled the Southern Silk Road to the ancient town of Kashgar. Her time in region commonly referred to as "Xinjiang" would make an everylasting impresson on her. It would be just a few weeks out of the entire solo bicycle tour that totaled over 26,000km through China and Central Asia. Eleanor Moseman also known as The Wander Cyclist and is a photographer and storyteller based in China. She has made numerous expeditions throughout Tibet and Xinjiang over the past years. www.wandercyclist.com and www.eleanormoseman.com
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Snapshots of Xinjiang: Muslim Traditions and Modern Life
 
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Muslim men attended the grand prayer, and sung and danced afterwards. While older generations enjoy these activities, younger ones may not. Subscribe us on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2gGIJ0K Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/videocnTV Twitter: https://twitter.com/videochinatv Weibo: http://weibo.com/u/5651321743 Visit our websites: 影像中国网站: http://videochina.tv/ VIDEOCHINA (English): http://en.videochina.tv/ VIDEOCHINA (Français): http://fr.videochina.tv/ VIDEOCHINA (Deutsch): http://de.videochina.tv/ VIDEOCHINA (日本語): http://jp.videochina.tv/
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Xinjiang farmer observes Ramadan
 
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The Muslim holy month of Ramadan lasts from June 18 to July 17 in China this year. Muslims worldwide need to perform fasting from sunrise to sunset during the month. There's no exception for Muslims in China. Here's a look at how a Uyghur farmer observes Ramadan in far west China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.
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Security clampdown in Xinjiang after recent attacks
 
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(5 Aug 2011) Kashgar, China - 4 August 2011 1. Mid exterior of riot police outside main Kashgar Mosque 2. Wide shot of riot policeman and vehicles Kashgar, China - 5 August 2011 3. Wide of mosque entrance before Friday prayers 4. Mid of entrance showing metal detectors 5. Mid of people walking through metal detectors with police watching 6. Various of Uighur policemen watching people enter mosque 7. Top shot of people praying 8. Various of people praying Kashgar, China - 3 August 2011 9. Set up shot of Imam of Kashgar Mosque 10. SOUNDBITE (Uighur) Juma Tayir, Imam of the Kashgar Mosque: "We the Islamic people have not changed our traditions. We have not really added or lost in terms of numbers of followers. During Ramadan we do have a few more followers join us from the nearby areas." ++ NON VERBATIM TRANSLATION++ Kashgar, China - 5 August 2011 11. Mid of bustling street in old part of town 12. Mid of woman buying Uighur "Nang" bread 13. Various of elderly man buying lamb at street side butcher 14. Mid of two Uighur men 15. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin): Zaydin (no surname given), Retired ethnic Uighur resident: "During the day we fast, we don''t eat until dusk. So now everyone is busy preparing dinner." 16. Mid of man and boy on motorbike driving away 17. Wide tilt down of small neighbourhood mosque 18. Various of people praying in mosque 19. Mid of man on moped reading newspaper on bulletin board 20. Various of large TV screen on the square in front of mosque showing China Central Television broadcast - dubbed into Uighur language 21. Mid shot of people watching TV screen 22. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin): Aztimar (no surname given), Student and Kashgar resident "So really, pretty much all of us young people and other Muslim take part in Ramadan." 23. Wide shot of mosque with evening call to prayer which marks end of fasting 24. Mid of crescent moon as the call to end fast continues 25. Mid of paramilitary patrol walking toward mosque 26. Wide shot of patrol in front of mosque 27. Mid of patrol leaving area STORYLINE China is ordering a new security clampdown in the restive western region of Xinjiang following recent deadly attacks blamed on Muslim ethnic Uighur militants. At least three dozen people, including the alleged attackers, were killed in the attacks in the cities of Hotan and Kashgar, which came just ahead of the start of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. On Friday, riot police patrolled outside Kashgar''s main mosque where thousands are marking the holy period by fasting and praying five times a day. 5,000 Muslims from all ethnicities attended the prayers on the first Friday of Ramadan. Juma Tayir, Imam of Kashgar mosque, said numbers of faithful increase during Ramadan. "We Islamic people have not changed our traditions. We have not really added or lost in terms of numbers of followers. During Ramadan we do have a few more followers join us from the nearby areas," he said. After the sun goes down, it is traditional during Ramadan for Muslims to feast together after fasting all day. However religious policies have become more draconian since the Urumqi riot in 2009 when almost 200 people were killed in fighting between Han Chinese and minority Uighurs, according to Uighur activists. They claim that children, students and government servants are barred from attending mosques, and say that fasting during Ramadan is prohibited for many. In the main square, groups of young people gathered to socialise as China''s main news programmes blared out in the background. The programmes on CCTV are broadcast in Mandarin with Uighur subtitles. Chinese is replacing the Uighur language in schools and offices, say rights groups overseas. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/15d5b40468a9b65729f9d093b63ffbb3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 128 AP Archive
Afghan President Ghani announces ceasefire with Taliban during Eid
 
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Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has announced a ceasefire with the Taliban from Monday to mark the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha. He said the conditional ceasefire will continue as long as the Taliban preserves and respects it. It was not immediately clear whether the Taliban had accepted Ghani's call for a truce during Eid, the annual Islamic feast of sacrifice which officially begins on Tuesday. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Website: https://www.cgtn.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Muslims around India celebrate Eid al-Adha - ANI News
 
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Lucknow/ Siliguri, Sep 13 (ANI): Muslims all over the nation celebrated the Eid al-Adha, one of the two most important festivals of the Islamic calendar. Eid-ul - Adha prayers were being offered at Kanchenjunga Stadium in Siliguri and joint Shia-Sunni namaz was held in Imambara on the occasion of Eid al-Adha. Eid al-Adha, also known as Bakrid is celebrated on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah, the last month of the Islamic calendar. As per the religious belief, Eid ul Adha is celebrated on the day when Prophet Abraham sacrifice his son, but God asked to offer an animal instead. So, he sacrificed a goat. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ☛ Visit our Official website: http://www.aninews.in/ ☛ Subscribe to our Youtube Channel - https://goo.gl/E7Fprx Enjoy and stay connected with us!! ☛ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/ANINEWS.IN ☛Follow us : https://twitter.com/ani_news ☛ Circle us : https://goo.gl/QN5kXy
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EID PRAYER
 
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