China and India are using the same playbook to trample on their minorities, and the rest of the world is too powerless to stop them

























  • Muslims in Xinjiang, China, are being surveilled and locked up en masse by regional authorities who see them as terrorists whose religion are akin to a disease or cancer.

  • Meanwhile, India revoked the autonomy of the mostly-Muslim region of Jammu and Kashmir, and is building detention camps for ethnic Bengalis — most of them Muslim — in the northeastern state  of Assam.

  • There are several parallels between these two countries' actions — both claim their projects are to prevent violence and explicitly told other countries to butt out of their affairs.

  • The rest of the world is too powerless to stop these economic powerhouses from continuing their mass internment projects.

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