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2 Zulq'idah 1442 A.H. - June 13 2021 Issue # 24, Newsletter #1919



Most Muslims do not Know what was the greatest achievement of Usman, r.a., regarding the Qur'an.
[This is where the sectarians stumbled.]
by Dr. Kaukab Siddique

The Qur'an was revealed to the Prophet, pbuh, and he recited it to his Companions, sahaba, r.a., in each case telling them which verse and which sura followed which. [What the Prophet, pbuh, transmitted is known as hadith. Thus the Qur'an was transmitted through hadith of Muhammad, pbuh..}

The scribes of the Prophet, pbuh, memorized the revelations and wrote down the revelations on sheets, tablets , palm branches, bones and other materials available to them. This connection of memory with writing is unique in human history.

After the Prophet, pbuh, early in the caliphate of the first Caliph, Abu Bakr, r.a., many who had memorized the Qur'an were killed in the battle of Yamamah. Abu Bakr, r.a., was very concerned by the martyrdom of some of the memorizers. After consulting with the sahabah, he asked Zayd ibn Thabit, r.a., to seek out all that had been written and memorized and collect it on sheets. Zayd, r.a., used to write the revelations for the Prophet, pbuh and was very much trusted.

Thus the Qur'an was written down and given to the second Caliph, Umar, r.,a, who gave the written pages for safe keeping to his daughter, Hafsah, r.a., the widow of the Prophet, pbuh. The entire Ummah, including Ali, r.a., agreed with the written Qur'an before it was given for safe keeping.

During the caliphate of Usman, r.a., the third caliph, when Muslim armies from Iraq entered Armenia and Azerbaijan [as they are called now] they found new Muslims reciting the Qur'an in a variety of ways which was gradually changing the meaning and the emphasis.

Sahabah noticed the slanted recitations and brought the problem to Usman, r.a. The Caliph understood the problem. He requested Hafsah, r.a., to send him the Qur'an written on sheets during the time of Abu Bakr, r.a. He then asked four of the sahaba to copy the Qur'an and sent to original back to Hafsah, r.a,.

The main point to note here is that Usman, r.a., was not involved in the writing of the Qur'an but in its recitation. Three of the sahaba who copied the Qur'an were Qureshi and recited in the language of the original Qur'an and one was a non-Qureshi to listen and note. {This is where writers hostile to Islam stumble. They think Usman, r.a., wrote or re-wrote the Quran.]

Once the entire ummah of Islam in Madinah agreed to the recitation, it was written, sent out and recited to the entire Muslim ummah over the years.

Thus the great achievement of Usman, r.a., was that he made sure the written script and the recitation were in full agreement.

May Allah reward Usman, r.a., for the Qur'an today in our hands and recited around the world.

  1. Sahih Bukhari, Kitab fada'il al Quran [English translation.]
  2. Al-Suyuti, Al-itqan fi ulum ul Qur'an. [Urdu translation.]
  3. Al-Qurtubi, al-Jami li Ahkam al-Quran. [English incomplete]
  4. Dr. as-Sallabi, Abu Bakr as-Siddeeq: His life and Times. [English]



JI report
Failure of Imran regime noted.
Murder of Pakistani famiy in Canada part of global Attacks .
by Qaiser Sharif

LAHORE- JUNE 8: Jamaat-e-Islami Emir Sirajul Haq has said that every institution including the parliament has witnessed further decline during the past three years of PTI rule.

Talking to party workers at Mansoora on Tuesday, he said the ruling party had lost all its credibility among the masses after not-fulfilling any one of the promises it made with the people during the election campaign.

He said the prime minister vowed to strengthen the accountability drive but the country witnessed rise in corruption culture during the PTI regime. The government, he said, had virtually given control of the economy to the IMF and it was the main reason behind skyrocketing inflation and unemployment. He said the people believed no relief would be given to them in the upcoming budget rather the government was all set to impose heavy taxes on common man. He said there would another wave of inflation after the budget. He said the prime minister had not made even a little progress on his promises to provide jobs to millions of youth and shelter of five million families. He said the government was still clueless to run the economy.

The JI chief condemned the killing of four member of a Pakistani-origin family in Canada and demanded of the west to take action against the rising trend of Islamophobia. He said Muslims were the target of terrorism in entire world and international organizations, west, human rights groups and other champions were posing a criminal silence on it. He said the Muslim Ummah should demonstrate unity among its ranks to cope with the challenge.

Karachi's Bahria Town Attacked by provincialist groups.

New Trend reports summarizing Pakistani media

Crowds of "protestors" arrived from the interior of Sindh province and attacked one of the most highly developed areas of Karachi known as Bahria town.

They set fires, damaged property on a big scale and shouted
ethnic slogans and anti-Pakistan chants.

There should be investigation of this attack. Sindhis have
become a minority in Sindh owing to massive immigration
into Karachi from various provinces and refugees from India.

Police seemed to be helpless as the damage was done. PPP,
a party of landlords, rules Sindh. It is very muddled in its
religious thinking and often just follows what big land owners say.

War News

 War News

Latest news. June 13.

Four districts in 4 provinces have fallen to the Taliban.

Heavy clashes are reported in 9 districts in eastern and south eastern zones of the country.

In Gardez city, capital of Paktia province, 42 regime militia surrendered to the Taliban,


June 12. Heavy artillery from joint Kurdish and Assad troops hit the town of Afrin in northern Aleppo province killing 21, mostly civilians, including children, and wounding 23. Turkey retaliated with artillery strikes on numerous Kurdish communist positions. Details not available.

Assad regime's artillery also hit Jabal al-Zawiyah on the Irbid border followed by a Russian air strike killing several pro-Turkey Syrian fighters.

Earlier in the week, SOHR reported a surprise attack by Islamic State raiders in the Mayadeen desert eastern Deir ez Zor, killing 23 Assad regime troops including a Brigadier General, Russia launched 40 air strikes to stop the Islamic State advance. Three IS were killed.

In another IS attack, this time in eastern Homs province, three Assad officers were killed.

In north eastern Latakia, Assad forces exchanged heavy fire with an Islamic group known Fath al-Mubeen.

SDF searching for IS sleeper cells killed three IS fighters.

June 12

The Baghdad regime supported by the US launched military operations against IS in the rural areas of Diyala province

The regime has sent forces to seal the border with Syria to stop IS infioltration.

Attempts by pro-Iran groups to hit American base al-Balad. No losses. Three drones tried to hit US assets in Baghdad but missed.

Nigeria [June 11]

Military Bases and towns overrun by Islamic Groups. [BBC]

Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has admitted that he has failed to end insecurity in the country, a promise he made when he was elected in 2015.

In a TV address, he said the fight against Islamist militants in the north had had the unintended consequence of spreading violence to other areas.

Mr Buhari extended his "heartfelt condolences" to families of victims.

The Boko Haram Islamist group, which began its insurgency in 2009, has stepped up attacks in recent months.

After his election in 2015, President Buhari said the group had been "technically defeated" by an army offensive.

But there have been dozens of attacks in the north-east since the start of the year, and a number of military bases as well as towns have been overrun by the militants. Weapons, food and medicines have also been looted.

Mali [West Africa]

France facing Defeat [Expressed in non-Muslim language]
[June 11]

France to scale down West Africa military operations

France has 5,100 troops in the Sahel region

France is to scale down counter-terrorism operations in the Sahel region of West Africa after eight years, President Emmanuel Macron has said.

The existing 5,100-strong task force will be incorporated into a broader international mission, he announced.

French forces have been operating in Mali, Chad, Mauritania, Niger, and Burkina Faso to fight militants.

Last week, France paused operations in Mali following a military coup.

Militants linked to al Qaeda and the Islamic State (IS) group have strengthened their grip on the region, which has become a front line in the war against Islamist extremism.

It is also a major transit route for illegal drugs, weapons and jihadists.

"We will keep a counter-terrorism pillar with special forces with several hundred forces... and there will be a second pillar that will be co-operation, and which we will reinforce," Mr Macron said during a press conference on Thursday.

He said those left in the region would work with other European nations as part of the Takuba Task Force which is fighting militants in the Sahel alongside the armies of Mali and Nigeria.

News Within the U.S.

 News within the US

Inner Turmolil of Male Sexual Assault Victims
by Sis. Aisha
[Jamaat al-Muslimeen New York]

Coach Bo Schembechler was a legendary football coach at the University of Michigan. He coached the Wolverines from 1969-1989. Unfortunately, during his tenure, Dr. Robert Anderson handled the examinations of many student-athletes. Dr. Anderson was employed as the university team physician from 1968-2003. Bo Schembechler passed away in 2006 and Dr. Anderson in 2008. And, what is surfacing about them has tarnished the legacies of both Bo Schembechler and the University of Michigan.

Beginning in 2018, hundreds of University of Michigan student-athletes came forward to publicly reveal that they were sexually abused by Dr. Robert Anderson throughout his time there. WilmerHale, LLP is a legal firm that was hired to further investigate these allegations and discovered that accusers had reported incidents against Dr. Anderson throughout his career to coaches and other school staff with no action taken. In one instance, a student went to the police but, there is no record of any official report of the incident.

Dr. Anderson was so well-known for his unnecessary exams of male private parts that student-athletes nicknamed him "Dr. Glove" or "Dr. Drop Your Drawers." One victim stated that it did not matter what the reason was for seeing the doctor, he would always require a urological examination. He also provided assistance in exchange for sexual favors. For instance, during the Vietnam War, he would send letters to draft boards claiming students were homosexual, thereby helping them avoid the draft.

On June 10th, a special press conference was held where more victims of Dr. Robert Anderson came forward. It was at this press conference that Bo Schembechler's own son, Matt Schembechler, came forward to reveal that when he was ten years old he told his father that Dr. Anderson touched him inappropriately, during a physical exam. According to Matt Schembechler, his father's response was to punch him clear across the room, as well as get physical with his mother, Millie, who complained to the school. Matt said that Dr. Anderson was terminated as a result of his mother's complaint but that his father intervened and got Dr. Anderson reinstated!

Another student reported a similar incident of unwanted touching by Dr. Anderson to Coach Bo Schembechler, who told the student to "toughen up." Sexual assaults or sexual humiliation has always been a way of one person demonstrating power over another. Most Americans still blame the victim for not accepting the assault and moving on in silent defeat. The American point of view, especially the media, still identifies with the oppressor, not the victim. Supposedly, the shame is in being the victim.

Matt stated that his relationship with his father was forever strained after the mishandling of this incident. Unsupportive parents under these circumstances are not that rare. Shame, embarrassment, and powerlessness are common but weak reasons for families not supporting victims. It could also be that the truth is just too difficult and ugly to confront.

Silent victims of sexual or racial violence are applauded, especially by their victimizers. Their resiliency may be commended for accepting their oppression, at the hands of an individual or society, without "complaining about it." But, those who speak out against evil of any kind are censured and/or publicly humiliated. They are perceived as troublemakers.

The authentic hadith tells us that stopping evil with our hands or mouths is the strongest demonstration of faith in Allah although, it is certainly not easy!

These boys and young men came forward and spoke up, beginning in the 1960s, which was a time when it was taboo for a male to reveal that he was victimized sexually. It still is now, although some older victims at the June 10th press conference stated that they felt better revealing their ordeal because society's attitude is improving for sexual assault victims. The hope for these men is that publicly coming forward will stop students from being preyed upon sexually and will encourage them to speak up.

Many of these men at the June 10th press conference were very successful, careerwise. However, as a result of the abuse suffered at the hands of Dr. Robert Anderson, many of them have found romantic relationships with women difficult. Some of these victims blame their intimacy issues and multiple marriages on the sexual abuse they suffered as students.

From the Catholic Church, Boarding Schools, reformatories to large universities, these institutions have always looked to protect guilty sexual predators just to avoid a public scandal. Unfortunately, Penn State's Sandusky Scandal is not the only sex scandal to taint a college sports program. But, Jerry Sandusky is alive and serving 30 to 60 years for sexually abusing young boys. I suspect that there are many more student-athletes, especially males, who are silent sexual assault victims, in colleges across America.

I am hopeful that more victims will come forward, sooner, rather than later, and while the abuser can still face serious repercussions for his or her actions.

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Africa is resisting but UN is Supporting LGBTQ.

{Muslims Beware. This is coming to you.]
See how non-Muslims write about it.

LGBT activists arrested in Ghana win bail

A group of 21 lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender-diverse activists who were arrested last month while attending a conference in southern Ghana have been granted bail.

They are charged with "unlawful assembly", and at the time of their arrest were accused by police of sharing books and flyers with titles including "Coming out" and "All about Trans".

Human Rights Watch said in 2018 that queer Ghanaians "suffer widespread discrimination and abuse both in public and in family settings".

There is no law in Ghana that says being LGBT is illegal, but same-sex relationships are criminalised.

Last week the UN called for the group's immediate release, saying "all evidence available points to the fact that they were detained while they were peacefully exercising their rights to freedom of expression, peaceful assembly and association."

The group' previous bail application had been denied. Their case will now be heard at a later date, Citi Newsroom reports

Invitation to Think

 Invitation to Think

Historian David Irving was the Target of a unique Censorship Scandal.

THE FAMOUS New York firm of publishers, St Martin's Press, which had previously published several books by David Irving and requested him to provide jacket-puffs to promote the works of their other authors, contracted to publish his biography Goebbels. Mastermind of the Third Reich in April 1996.

SMP came under savage assault from the Anti-Defamation League [ADL] from February 1996, and their chairman Tom McCormack, who had visited Irving in London and dined with him over the previous years, suddenly became A Denier. SMP dumped the book, the product of eight years' research, in an unprecedented action of jibbering, craven, panic. It did not save McCormack; he resigned six weeks later.

Goebbels. Mastermind of the Third Reich
is now available as a free Adobe Acrobat download on this website.
[A twenty year campaign by the ADL against David Irving]

Guidance by Sis. Yasmin.

' Bismillahir Rehmanir Raheem'
'Assalam Alaikum Wa Rehmath Ullahi Wa Barkatahu'.
*PROPHET* ﷺ ~ said...
'Three {3}Things that I swear to be True are ---
  1. A man's property does not become less on account of (giving) Charity !
  2. That when a man is wronged
    and bears it Patiently,
    ALLAH will give him great honor
    on that account...
    and --- ?
  3. When a man begs (without dire need)
    ALLAH opens for him a door
    towards Poverty'.

[ Source: Al-Tirmidhi- Hadith # 1397. ]
Allah (Most High) says in the 'Qur'an'---
'Help you, one another in Al-Birr and At-Taqwa
( Virtue, Righteousness & Piety )
but do not help one another in Sin and Transgression.'
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[Source~ 'Qur'an' ~Surat al-Maaidah (5)~ A # 2]

Y a s m i n.
************************************************************br> "All that is on earth will Perish. But will abide {Forever}
the Face of thy Lord, full of Majesty, Bounty and Honor"
{'Qur'an'- Surah Al-Rahman-55.26-27 }
I Want to Die With my Forehead on the Ground!
The Sunnah in my Heart, Allah on my Mind,
Qur'an on my Tongue, and Tears in my Eyes!
('In Shaa Allah'! 'Aameen' )
' Son of Adam! You are nothing but a number of days,
whenever each day passes then part of you has Gone.
{Al-Hasan Al-Basree (r) }

Hadith of the Week

Speak-up When You Should Concerning Allah.

Abu Sa'eed al-Khudri, r.a., reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: "Let not one of you belittle himself" They said, "O Messenger of Allah, how can any one of us belittle himself?"

The Prophet said: "He finds a matter regarding Allah about which he should speak up but he does not. Allah the Exalted will say to him on the Day of Resurrection: What prevented you from speaking up about such a matter? He will say: It was out of fear of the people. Allah will say: Rather, it is I who deserved to be feared".

Source: Sunan Ibn Majah 4008


Thank you for such valuable books.

Dr. Kaukab Siddique received this great book from his daughter as a birthday present:

The Mauritanian by Mohamedou Ould Slahi
412 pages
about an African who spent 14 years in GTMO prison. Earlier the US sent him to be tortured in Jordan.

Also a gift from Br. Salahuddin:
America's Deadliest Export:
by William Blum.
356 pages.
A stunning book about US foreign policy. Very bold. He even quotes Shaykh Osama.

Thanks to other friends too who have been exchanging books with me.

 Islamic Thought

Du'a and Message
from Imam Badi Ali

Patience [Sabr]
As-slamu alaikum,
In life, no matter the circumstances you face, face them with a smile because these are written by Allah.

Every hardship is a gift from Allah and should be cherished with patience because you do not know what reward is in store for you.

Sabr is precious; Allah is with you when sabr is in you.
Don't lose Sabr. Sabr is bitter but its fruit is sweet.
Oh Allah, grant us patience when things don't go our way. Ameen.


Jamaat al-Muslimeen
is calling for a Shoora conference on Masjid al-Aqsa and Zionist influence in America.
If you have suggestions write to:


Montreal vigil honours Muslim family slain in Ontario while calling for end to hate
Wed., June 9, 2021, 9:57 p.m.·

About 100 people gathered in downtown Montreal on Wednesday to pay tribute to the family killed in the recent vehicle attack in London, Ont. (Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press - image credit)

About 100 people gathered in downtown Montreal on Wednesday to pay tribute to the family killed in the recent vehicle attack in London, Ont. (Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press - image credit)

When Ehab Lotayef first heard that a motorist had run over a Muslim family in London, Ont., he hoped the reports that it was a deliberate act weren't true. But as more details were released and the story developed, so too did his sorrow.

"I really felt sad — not only for the Muslim community, not only for the victims — but for us as a society, as a country," said Lotayef.

Lotayef was one of the organizers of a vigil in Montreal on Wednesday evening that drew more than 100 people, all paying tribute to the victims while also calling for an end to anti-Muslim hate and violence.

The vehicle attack on Sunday killed four members of one family and left a nine-year-old boy severely injured. Police have said they believe it was premeditated and motivated by hate.

For many Canadians, the incident stirred up memories of the 2017 mass shooting at a Quebec City mosque that left six dead and five injured.

'Today more than ever, we must all show our solidarity against hatred in all its manifestations and against Islamophobia,' said a joint statement issued by the event's organizers.

'Today more than ever, we must all show our solidarity against hatred in all its manifestations and against Islamophobia,' said a joint statement issued by the event's organizers.(Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press)

At that time, Lotayef said, the mosque attack was seen as an isolated incident.

"We convinced ourselves that this is a one-off; we convinced ourselves that we are a better society than that," he said.

"What happened in London, Ont., now shows us that this is really not the case — that there's really something that threatens us all, that threatens the peace."

The tragedy also shows that anybody can commit a violent or hateful act at any time, he said, calling the thought "very frightening."

Solidarity against hatred, Islamophobia
Several advocacy groups — ranging from the National Council of Canadian Muslims to the Citizens' Rights Movement — were involved in organizing the vigil at Place des Arts in downtown Montreal, where people gathered and held signs that read things like, "Love For All, Hatred For None."

"Today more than ever, we must all show our solidarity against hatred in all its manifestations and against Islamophobia," said a joint statement issued to promote the event..


China & Helpless Muslims

Intent Behind Birth Control Policies.
[Daiy Sabah. Turkey, June7]
{via Dr. Firoz Kamal]

China is deliberately pursuing birth control policies to cause a reduction of 2.6 million to 4.5 million births among Muslim Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in southern Xinjiang within 20 years, representing up to a third of the estimated minority in the region, according to a new analysis by the German researcher.

The report, shared exclusively with Reuters ahead of publication, also includes a previously unreported cache of research produced by Chinese academics and officials on Beijing's intent behind the birth control policies in Xinjiang, where official data shows birth rates have already dropped by 48.7% between 2017 and 2019.

Adrian Zenz's research comes amid growing calls among some Western countries for an investigation into whether China's actions in Xinjiang amount to genocide, a charge Beijing vehemently denies.

Zenz's research is the first such peer-reviewed analysis of the long-term population impact of Beijing's multi-year crackdown in the western region. Rights groups, researchers and some residents say the policies include newly enforced birth limits on Uyghur and other mainly Muslim ethnic minorities, the transfers of workers to other regions and the internment of an estimated 1 million Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in a network of camps.

"This (research and analysis) really shows the intent behind the Chinese government's long-term plan for the Uyghur population," Zenz told Reuters. The Chinese government has not made public any official target for reducing the proportion of Uyghur and other ethnic minorities in Xinjiang.

But based on analysis of official birth data, demographic projections and ethnic ratios proposed by Chinese academics and officials, Zenz estimates Beijing's policies could increase the predominant Han Chinese population in southern Xinjiang to around 25% from 8.4% currently. "This goal is only achievable if they do what they have been doing, which is drastically suppressing (Uyghur) birth rates," Zenz said.

China has previously said the current drop in ethnic minority birth rates is due to the full implementation of the region's existing birth quotas as well as development factors, including an increase in per capita income and wider access to family planning services.

"The so-called 'genocide' in Xinjiang is pure nonsense," China's Foreign Ministry told Reuters in a statement. "It is a manifestation of the ulterior motives of anti-China forces in the United States and the West and the manifestation of those who suffer from Sinophobia."

Official data showing the decrease in Xinjiang birth rates between 2017 and 2019 "does not reflect the true situation" and Uyghur birth rates remain higher than Han ethnic people in Xinjiang, the ministry added.

The new research compares a population projection done by Xinjiang-based researchers for the government-run Chinese Academy of Sciences based on data predating the crackdown, to official data on birth-rates and what Beijing describes as "population optimization" measures for Xinjiang's ethnic minorities introduced since 2017. It found the population of ethnic minorities in Uyghur-dominated southern Xinjiang would reach between 8.6-10.5 million by 2040 under the new birth prevention policies.

That compares to 13.14 million projected by Chinese researchers using data pre-dating the implemented birth policies and a current population of around 9.47 million. Zenz, an independent researcher with the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, a bipartisan non-profit, based in Washington. He has previously been condemned by Beijing for his research which has been critical of China's policies on detaining Uyghurs, mass labor transfers and birth reduction in Xinjiang.

China's foreign ministry has accused Zenz of "misleading" people with data and, in response to Reuters' questions, said "his lies aren't worth refuting." Zenz's research was accepted for publication by the Central Asian Survey, a quarterly academic journal, after peer review on June 3.

Reuters shared the research and methodology with more than a dozen experts in population analysis, birth prevention policies and international human rights law, who said the analysis and conclusions were sound. Some of the experts cautioned that demographic projections over a period of decades can be affected by unforeseen factors.

The Xinjiang government has not publicly set official ethnic quota or population size goals for ethnic populations in Southern Xinjiang, and quotas used in the analysis are based on proposed figures from Chinese officials and academics.

'End Uyghur dominance'
The move to prevent births among Uyghur and other minorities is in sharp contrast with China's wider birth policies. Last week, Beijing announced married couples can have three children, up from two, the largest such policy shift since the one child policy was scrapped in 2016 in response to China's rapidly ageing population. The announcement contained no reference to any specific ethnic groups.

Before then, measures officially limited the country's majority Han ethnic group and minority groups including Uyghur to two children - three in rural areas. However, Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities had historically been partially excluded from those birth limits as part of preferential policies designed to benefit the minority communities.

Some residents, researchers and rights groups say the newly enforced rules now disproportionately impact Islamic minorities, who face detention for exceeding birth quotas, rather than fines as elsewhere in China.

In a Communist Party record leaked in 2020, also reported by Zenz, a re-education camp in southern Xinjiang's Karakax county listed birth violations as the reason for internment in 149 cases out of 484 detailed in the list. China has called the list a "fabrication".

Birth quotas for ethnic minorities have become strictly enforced in Xinjiang since 2017, including though the separation of married couples, and the use of sterilization procedures, intrauterine devices (IUDs) and abortions, three Uyghur people and one health official inside Xinjiang told Reuters.

Two of the Uyghur people said they had direct family members who were detained for having too many children. Reuters could not independently verify the detentions. "It is not up to choice," said the official, based in southern Xinjiang, who asked not to be named because they fear reprisals from the local government.

"All Uyghurs must comply... it is an urgent task." The Xinjiang government did not respond to a request for comment about whether birth limits are more strictly enforced against Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities. Xinjiang officials have previously said all procedures are voluntary. Still, in parts of Xinjiang, where Uyghurs are the majority ethnic group, birth rates dropped 50.1% in 2019, for example, compared to a 19.7% drop in majority ethnic Han counties, according to official data compiled by Zenz.

Zenz's report says analyses published by state-funded academics and officials between 2014 and 2020 show the strict implementation of the policies are driven by national security concerns and are motivated by a desire to dilute the Uyghur population, increase Han migration and boost loyalty to the ruling Communist Party. For example, 15 documents created by state-funded academics and officials showcased in the Zenz report include comments from Xinjiang officials and state-affiliated academics referencing the need to increase the proportion of Han residents and decrease the ratio of Uyghurs or described the high concentration of Uyghurs as a threat to social stability.

"The problem in southern Xinjiang is mainly the unbalanced population structure ... the proportion of the Han population is too low," Liu Yilei, an academic and the deputy secretary-general of the Communist Party committee of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, a government body with administrative authority in the region. Liu was speaking at a July 2020 symposium, published on the Xinjiang University website. Xinjiang must "end the dominance of the Uyghur group," said Liao Zhaoyu, dean of the institute of frontier history and geography at Xinjiang's Tarim University in 2015, shortly before the birth policies and broader internment program were enforced in full. The foreign ministry did not comment on their remarks, or on the intent behind the policies.

Intent to destroy?
Zenz and other experts point to the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, which lists birth prevention targeting an ethnic group as an act that could qualify as genocide.

 Social Media

Via facebook boost
June 6 issue of New Trend reached 256243 Muslims including 25162 women.

Main items
  1. Ghamidi, Maudoodi & Waheeduddin/ Via Salim Khalid.
  2. Breona Taylor: Innocent victim.
  3. Global censorship [Dr. Firoz]
  4. Food & Eating in Islam. [Sis. Yasmin]
  5. New York. [Sis. Aisha]
  6. JI critical of PTI
  7. Horrors unearthed in Canada
  8. Syria + Afghans
  9. Dua by Imam Badi

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