China claim the problem in Xinjiang is not about religion but separatism and government is fighting radicalism and terrorism, The Chinese official in charge of Xinjiang province has said the one million Moslem Uighurs incarcerated there were being detained in order to help them reintegrate into society
Republicans and Democrats never believe it that's claim , now they are planning to try to force U.S. President Donald Trump to take a more active stand on human rights in China
Republican and Democrats was prepare veto proof legislation that would punish top Chinese officials for detaining more than one million Muslims in internment camps, The New York Times reports.
The effort comes amid growing congressional frustration with Trump’s unwillingness to challenge China over human rights abuses, despite vivid news reports this year outlining atrocities, or to confront such issues globally.
To press Trump into action on China, lawmakers plan to move ahead with legislation that would punish Beijing for its repression of ethnic Uighur Muslims, with enough supporters to compel the president to sign or risk being overruled by Congress ahead of the 2020 election. A version of the legislation, known as the Uighur Human Rights Policy Act, passed both the House and Senate this year, but its path to the White House was stalled this month by a procedural process.