Saudi crown prince defended China's imprisonment of a million Muslims in internment camps, giving Xi Jinping a reason to continue his 'precursors to genocide'

Saudi Arabia’s crown prince defended China’s unprecedented crackdown on up to 2 million Muslims in its western region, likely giving Beijing a big reason to continue a highly controversial policy that activists have likened to “ethnic cleansing” and “precursors to genocide.”

The Uighurs, a mostly Muslim ethnic minority living in Xinjiang, are watched by tens of thousands of facial recognition cameras, forced to download surveillance apps on their phones, and not allowed to exhibit Muslim

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