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November 24, 2019
Alexandra Ma and Ellen Loanes for Business Insider
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.