22 countries signed an 'unprecedented' letter condemning China's oppression of Muslims. But none of them come from the Islamic world.

22 countries have banded together to condemn China’s oppression of its Muslim minority, in what activists called an ” unprecedented move.” But Muslim countries were conspicuously absent from the statement as the Islamic world continues to turn a blind eye.

In the Wednesday letter, written by UN Human Rights Council member states, the signatories called on China to “refrain from the arbitrary detention and restrictions on freedom of movement of Uighurs, and other Muslim and

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