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Get some more space to make small hauls from City Mill or fill it up with friends and take a joy ride to Waimea Bay on the North Shore of Oahu. Carries 5 in the cab.

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He introduced this into the Kuomintang's ideology, which was propagated by the educational system of the Republic of China.

During the Second Sino-Japanese war the Japanese destroyed many mosques. According to Wan Lei, "Statistics showed that the Japanese destroyed mosques and killed countless Hui people by April The Japanese devastation left many Hui jobless and homeless.

Another policy was one of deliberate humiliation. Soldiers smeared mosques with pork fat, forced Hui to butcher pigs to feed soldiers and forced young women to serve as sex slaves under the pretense of training them as geishas and singers.

Hui cemeteries were destroyed. Many Hui Muslim in the county of Dachang was killed by the Japanese. Here is an excerpt from his letter and a description of some of its shots, kept in the Political Archives of the Foreign Ministry in Berlin.

One of the victims killed by the Japanese was a Muslim Mohammedan whose name was Ha and his family. One will have to wait and see whether the highest officers in the Japanese army succeed, as they have indicated, in stopping the activities of their troops, which continue even today.

On December 13, about 30 soldiers came to a Chinese house at 5 Hsing Lu Koo in the southeastern part of Nanking, and demanded entrance.

The door was open by the landlord, a Mohammedan named Ha. They killed him immediately with a revolver and also Mrs. Ha, who knelt before them after Ha's death, begging them not to kill anyone else.

Ha asked them why they killed her husband and they shot her. Hsia was dragged out from under a table in the guest hall where she had tried to hide with her 1 year old baby.

After being stripped and raped by one or more men, she was bayoneted in the chest, and then had a bottle thrust into her vagina. The baby was killed with a bayonet.

Some soldiers then went to the next room, where Mrs. Hsia's parents, aged 76 and 74, and her two daughters aged 16 and They were about to rape the girls when the grandmother tried to protect them.

The soldiers killed her with a revolver. The grandfather grasped the body of his wife and was killed. The two girls were then stripped, the elder being raped by 2—3 men, and the younger by 3.

The older girl was stabbed afterwards and a cane was rammed in her vagina. The younger girl was bayoneted also but was spared the horrible treatment that had been meted out to her sister and mother.

The soldiers then bayoneted another sister of between 7—8, who was also in the room. The last murders in the house were of Ha's two children, aged 4 and 2 respectively.

The older was bayoneted and the younger split down through the head with a sword. He directly confronted Japanese agents in Arab countries and challenged them in public over their propaganda.

Da was educated at Al Azhar in The bombardment of Chinese Muslims by the warplanes of the Japanese was reported in the newspapers of Syria.

During a meeting of ambassadors in Turkey the Japanese ambassador was forced to be quiet after being told to shut up by the Soviet Russian ambassador when the Japanese tried to insinuate that the Hui representatives did not represent ordinary Muslims.

In , during the Battle of Beiping—Tianjin the Chinese government was notified by Muslim General Ma Bufang of the Ma clique that he was prepared to bring the fight to the Japanese in a telegram message.

Ma Bufang's army battled extensively in bloody battles against the Japanese in Henan province. When they defeated the Japanese, the Muslim troops slaughtered all of them except for a few prisoners to send back to Qinghai prove that they were victorious.

In September , when the Japanese made an offensive against the Muslim Qinghai troops, the Muslims ambushed them and killed so many of them they were forced to retreat.

The Japanese destroyed Panglong, burning it and driving out the over Hui households out as refugees. Yunnan and Kokang received Hui refugees from Panglong driven out by the Japanese.

The Cultural Revolution wreaked much havoc on minority cultures and ethnicities in China. The massacre of Hui people at the hands of the People's Liberation Army in Yunnan, known as the Shadian incident , reportedly claimed over 1, lives in Different Muslim ethnic groups in different regions are treated differently by the Chinese government in regards to religious freedom.

A greater freedom is permitted for Hui Muslims, who can practice their religion, build Mosques, and have their children attend Mosques, while more controls are placed specifically on Uyghurs in Xinjiang.

After secondary education is completed, China then allows Hui students who are willing to embark on religious studies under an Imam.

Hui religious schools are also allowed to establish a large autonomous network of mosques and schools run by a Hui Sufi leader, which was formed with the approval of the Chinese government even though he admitted to attending an event where Bin Laden spoke.

Hui Muslims who are employed by the state are allowed to fast during Ramadan unlike Uyghurs in the same positions. The number of Hui going on Hajj is expanding, while Uyghurs find it difficult to get passports to go on Hajj; Hui women are also allowed to wear veils , while Uyghur women are discouraged from wearing them.

China banned a book titled Xing Fengsu "Sexual Customs" which insulted Islam and placed its authors under arrest in after protests in Lanzhou and Beijing by Chinese Hui Muslims, during which the Chinese police provided protection to the Hui Muslim protestors, and the Chinese government organized public burnings of the book.

In , anticipating the coming "Year of the Pig" in the Chinese calendar , depictions of pigs were banned from CCTV "to avoid conflicts with ethnic minorities".

In response to the Charlie Hebdo shooting Chinese state-run media attacked Charlie Hebdo for publishing the cartoons insulting Muhammad, with the state-run Xinhua advocated limiting freedom of speech, while another state-run newspaper Global Times said the attack was "payback" for what it characterised as Western colonialism and accusing Charlie Hebdo of trying to incite a clash of civilizations.

Hui Muslims have experienced greater repression of religious activities. Most of these repressions have been focused on the destruction of aesthetically Islamic building and symbols, with the government renovating architecture to appear more "Chinese" and banning Arabic signs in Hui regions.

Some Hui Muslims have been included in the reeducation camps , termed "Vocational Education and Training Centers" which the Chinese government claims are aimed at reforming the political thought of detainees, including extremist religious beliefs and separatist or terrorist sympathies.

Tensions between Hui Muslims and Uyghurs have arisen because Hui troops and officials often dominated the Uyghurs and crushed Uyghur revolts.

This dramatic increase in Hui population led inevitably to significant tensions between the Hui and Uyghur populations. Many Hui Muslim civilians were killed by Uyghur rebellion troops known as Kizil massacre The Uyghur militant organization East Turkestan Islamic Movement 's magazine Islamic Turkistan has accused the Chinese "Muslim Brotherhood" the Yihewani of being responsible for the moderation of Hui Muslims and the lack of Hui joining militant jihadist groups in addition to blaming other things for the lack of Hui Jihadists, such as the fact that for more than years Hui and Uyghurs have been enemies of each other, no separatist Islamist organizations among the Hui, the fact that the Hui view China as their home, and the fact that the "infidel Chinese" language is the language of the Hui.

Even among Hui Salafis Sailaifengye and Uyghur Salafis, there is little coordination or cooperation and the two have totally different political agendas, with the Hui Salafists content to carry out their own teachings and remain politically neutral.

Hui Muslim drug dealers are accused by Uyghur Muslims of pushing heroin onto Uyghurs. Despite the general animosity between Hui and Uyghurs, the Taoyuan Uyghurs and Hui have a high rate of intermarriage.

In Tibet, the majority of Muslims are Hui people. Antagonism between Tibetans and Muslims stems from events during the Muslim warlord Ma Bufang's rule such as the Ngolok rebellions —49 and the Sino-Tibetan War , but such hostility was suppressed after the Communist invasion and takeover in Tibetans also boycotted Muslim owned businesses.

Many Hui Muslims also supported the repression of Tibetan separatism by the Chinese government, complicating their relationship.

There have been many occurrences of violent sectarian fighting between different Hui sects , mostly began from the Qing dynasty. Sectarian fighting between Hui sects led to the Jahriyya rebellion in the s and the revolt.

After a hiatus after the People's Republic of China came to power, sectarian infighting resumed in the s in Ningxia between different sects. Several sects refuse to intermarry with each other.

One Sufi sect circulated an anti-Salafi pamphlet in Arabic. In recent years, the Salafi movement in China has increased rapidly among Hui population due to investment from the Gulf nations like Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates , Qatar and Kuwait ; as an exchange for Chinese increasing investments in the Gulf nations as part of One Belt, One Road initiative.

This resulted with more mosques occupied under Salafis in China, and a small but growing number of Huis had supported or even joined the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

Chinese officials were believed to have ignored growing Hui Sufis' resentment against growing Salafi movement until recently. Hui are all Sunni Muslim following different Sufi schools.

Ma Tong recorded that the 6,, Sunni Hui in China followed Some Hui believed that Islam was the true religion through which Confucianism could be practiced, accusing Buddhists and Daoists of " heresy ", like most other Confucian scholars.

They claimed Islam's superiority to "barbarian" religions. Muslim general Ma Bufang allowed polytheists to openly worship and Christian missionaries to station themselves in Qinghai.

Ma and other high-ranking Muslim generals attended the Kokonuur Lake Ceremony where the God of the Lake was worshipped, and during the ritual, the Chinese National Anthem was sung, participants bowed to a Portrait of Kuomintang party founder Dr.

Sun Zhongshan , and to the God of the Lake. Offerings were given to Dr. Sun by the participants, including Muslims.

During the Panthay Rebellion , the Muslim leader Du Wenxiu said to a Catholic priest- "I have read your religious works and I have found nothing inappropriate.

Muslims and Christians are brothers. The style of architecture of Hui Mosques varies according to their sect. The traditionalist Gedimu Hanafi Sunnis, influenced by Chinese culture, build mosques which look like Chinese temples.

The reformist modernist but originally Wahhabi inspired Yihewani build their mosques in the Middle Eastern Arab style.

Hui women once employed foot binding , at the time a common practice across China. It was particularly prevalent in Gansu.

French army Commandant Viscount D'Ollone reported in that Sichuanese Hui did not strictly enforce the Islamic practices of teetotaling , ritual washing and Friday prayers.

Chinese practices like incense burning at ancestral tablets and honoring Confucius were adopted. One practice that was stringently observed was the ban on pork consumption.

The Sunni Gedimu and the Yihewani burned incense during worship. This was viewed as Daoist or Buddhist influence. Hui used incense during worship, while the Salar , also known as "black capped" Hui considered this to be a heathen ritual and denounced it.

In Yunnan province, during the Qing Dynasty, tablets that wished the Emperor a long life were placed at mosque entrances. No minarets were available and no chanting accompanied the call to prayer.

The mosques were similar to Buddhist Temples, and incense was burned inside. Hui enlisted in the military and were praised for their martial skills. Circumcision in Islam is known as khitan.

Islamic scholars agree that it is required mandatory , or recommended the practice is seen as symbol of Muslim belief. Since circumcision in China does not have the weight of pre-existing traditions as it does elsewhere in the Muslim world, circumcision rates among Hui are much lower than among other Muslim communities where the procedure is nearly universal.

The long history of Hui residence and mixing in China has led the Hui to adopt names typical of their Han neighbors; however, some common Hui names are actually Chinese renderings of common Muslim i.

Arabic , Persian , and Central Asian names. For instance, surname "Ma" for " Muhammad ". Hui people usually have a Chinese name and a Muslim name in Arabic , although the Chinese name is used primarily.

Some Hui do not remember their Muslim names. Hui people who adopt foreign names may not use their Muslim names. His father was Muslim General Bai Chongxi , who had his children adopt western names.

Hui people commonly believe that their surnames originated as "Sinified" forms of their foreign Muslim ancestors some time during the Yuan or Ming eras.

Some texts were translated from Arabic. A new edition of a book by Ma Te-hsin , called Ho-yin Ma Fu-ch'u hsien-sheng i-shu Ta hua tsung kuei Ssu tien yaohui , first printed in , was reprinted in by Ma Fuxiang.

General Ma Fuxiang invested in new editions of Confucian and Islamic texts. In "The Chinese repository, Volume 13" was published, including an account of an Englishman who stayed in the Chinese city of Ningbo , where he visited the local mosque.

The Hui running the mosque was from Shandong and descended from residents of the Arabian city of Medina. He was able to read and speak Arabic with ease, but was illiterate in Chinese, although he was born in China and spoke Chinese.

Hui marriages resemble typical Chinese marriages except that traditional Chinese rituals are not used. Endogamy is practiced by Hui, who mainly marry among themselves rather than with Muslims from other sects.

However, the Hui Na family in Ningxia is known to practice both parallel and cross cousin marriage. Intermarriage generally involves a Han Chinese converting to Islam when marrying a Hui, and marriage without conversion only takes place rarely.

In Hui discourse, marriage between a Hui woman and a Han man is not allowed unless the Han converts to Islam, although it occurred repeatedly in Eastern China.

This practice helped increase the population of Hui. Zhao nuxu is a practice where the son-in-law moves in with the wife's family.

Some marriages between Han and Hui are conducted this way. The husband does not need to convert, but the wife's family follows Islamic customs.

No census data documents this type of marriage, reporting only cases in which the wife moves in with the groom's family. Steles in Han and Hui villages record this story and Hui and Han members of the Lineage celebrate at the ancestral temple together.

He married a Persian or an Arab girl, and brought her back to Quanzhou. He then converted to Islam. The Han Chinese groom and his family were only converted to Islam after the marriage by their Muslim relatives.

He fled his position due to fear of being punished for being a bannerman marrying a commoner woman. He was sentenced to death for leaving his official post but the sentence was commuted and he was not executed.

An argument between a Han Chinese and his Muslim wife led to these Muslims getting massacred, when she threatened that the Muslims from Topa would attack Tankar and give a signal to their co-religionists to rise up and open the gates by burning the temples atop the hills.

The husband reported this to an official and the next day the Muslims were massacred with the exception of a few Muslim girls who were married off to Han Chinese.

Hui men marrying Han women and Han men who marry Hui women achieve above average education. Hui have supported modern education and reform.

Hui such as Hu Songshan and the Ma Clique warlords promoted western, modern secular education. Elite Hui received both Muslim and Confucian education.

Hui people refused to follow the May Fourth Movement. Instead, they taught both western subjects such as science along with traditional Confucian literature and Classical Chinese, along with Islamic education and Arabic.

Hui warlord Ma Bufang built a girls' school in Linxia that taught modern secular subjects. Hui have had female Imams, called Nu Ahong for centuries.

They are the world's only female Imams. They guide females in prayer but are not allowed to lead prayers. Muslims have served extensively in the Chinese military for a long time in Chinese history, as both officials and soldiers, often filling the more distinguished military positions.

They remained in China, and some of them become ancestors of the Hui people. Many Hui soldiers of the Ming dynasty then settled in Yunnan and Hunan provinces.

The Qing administration also preferred to use Hui in Xinjiang as police. Qing Muslim General Zuo Baogui — , from Shandong province, was killed in Pingyang in Korea by Japanese cannon fire in while defending the city, where a memorial to him stands.

Military service continued into the Republic of China. After the Kuomintang party took power, Hui participation in the military reached new levels.

Qinghai and Ningxia were created out of Gansu province, and the Kuomintang appointed Hui Generals as military Governors of all three provinces.

They became known as the Ma Clique. Many Muslim Salar joined the army in the Republic era; they and Dongxiang who have joined the army are described as being given "eating rations" meaning military service.

The Chinese government appointed Ma Fuxiang as military governor of Suiyuan. Ma Fuxiang commented on the willingness for Hui people to become martyrs in Battle see Martyrdom in Islam , saying:.

They have not enjoyed the educational and political privileges of the Han Chinese, and they are in many respects primitive.

But they know the meaning of fidelity, and if I say "do this, although it means death," they cheerfully obey.

The Japanese planned to invade Ningxia from Suiyuan in and create a Hui puppet state. We have to implement the teaching "the love of the fatherland is an article of faith" by the Prophet Muhammad and to inherit the Hui's glorious history in China.

In addition, let us reinforce our unity and participate in the twice more difficult task of supporting a defensive war and promoting religion We hope that ahongs and the elite will initiate a movement of prayer during Ramadan and implement group prayer to support our intimate feeling toward Islam.

A sincere unity of Muslims should be developed to contribute power towards the expulsion of Japan. During the war against Japan, the imams supported Muslim resistance, calling for Muslims to participate in the fight against Japan, claiming that casualties would become a shaheed martyr.

Hui forces were known for their anti-communist sentiment, and had fought for the Kuomintang against the Communists in the Chinese Civil War , and against rebels during the Ili Rebellion.

Bai Chongxi , a Hui general, was appointed to the post of Minister of National Defence, the highest military position in the Republic of China. After the Communist victory, and evacuation of the Kuomintang to Taiwan, Hui people continued to serve in the military of the Republic as opposed to the Communist-led People's Republic.

His brother, Ma Buqing , remained a military general on Taiwan. Many members of the Hui Ma Clique were Kuomintang. A Christian missionary in took a picture of a Muslim meat restaurant in Hankow that had Arabic and Chinese lettering indicating that it was Halal fit for Muslim consumption.

It had two Kuomintang party symbols on it. Most were Hokkien -speaking coolies and merchants originating from Fujian.

The colonial British welfare system was commissioned according to language groups, so the Hui were classed as Hokkien. The small number of Hui may have become assimilated into mainstream Chinese society and local Muslim populations.

The exact Hui population is unclear today as many families left Islam before independence. In official census figures gave the number of Muslim Chinese in Malaysia as 57, but most were Han converts.

Both Muslim and other Chinese resented the way foreigners handled Chinese affairs, rather than religion.

In the military, imbalances in promotion and wealth were other motives for holding foreigners in poor regard. The Dungan and Panthay revolts were set off by racial antagonism and class warfare, rather than religion.

The Hui people have had a long presence in Qinghai and Gansu, or what Tibetans call Amdo , although Tibetans have historically dominated local politics.

The situation was reversed in when the Hui general Ma Bufang inherited the governorship of Qinghai, stacking his government with Hui and Salar and excluding Tibetans.

In his power base in Qinghai's northeastern Haidong Prefecture , Ma compelled many Tibetans to convert to Islam and acculturate.

Tensions also mounted when Hui started migrating into Lhasa in the s. In February , Tibetans rioted against Hui, destroying Hui-owned shops and restaurants.

Tensions with Uyghurs arose because Qing and Republican Chinese authorities used Hui troops and officials to dominate the Uyghurs and crush Uyghur revolts.

Many Hui Muslim civilians were killed by Uyghur rebel troops in the Kizil massacre In , the Song emperor, Shen-tsung Shenzong , invited a group of 5, young Arabs, under the leadership of Amir Sayyid So-fei-er this name being mentioned in the Chinese source of Bukhara, to settle in China.

This group had helped the emperor in his war with the newly established Liao Empire Khitan in northeastern China. Shen-zong gave the prince an honorary title, and his men were encouraged to settle in the war-devasted sic areas in northeastern China between Kaifeng, the capital of the Sung, and Yenching Yanjing today's Peking or Beijing in order to create a buffer zone between the weaker Chinese and the aggressive Liao.

In , another group of more than 10, Arab men and women on horseback are said to have arrived in China to join So-fei-er. So-fei-er was not only the leader of the Muslims in his province, but he acquired the reputation also of being the founder and "father" of the Muslim community in China.

Sayyid So-fei-er discovered that Arabia and Islam were. For instance, in the early years of the Hongwu Emperor's reign in the Ming Dynasty ' His Majesty ordered to have mosques built in Xijing and Nanjing [the capital cities], and in southern Yunnan, Fujian and Guangdong.

His Majesty also personally wrote baizizan [a eulogy] in praise of the Prophet's virtues'. Mosques built by imperial decree raised the social position of Islam, and assistance from upper-class Muslims helped to sustain religious sites in certain areas.

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