China – The Government Restricts Naming Newborn Children Muslim Names, Nearly 30 Names Have Been Banned

Kowloon Mosque (Masjid) and Islamic Centre, Kowloon Tsim Sha Tsui, corner of Nathan Road and Haiphong Road. Hong Kong, China, East Asia
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China has released new restrictions on the naming of children in the far western and mostly Muslim region of Xinjiang, banning ethnic minority Uighur parents from naming their newborns “Muhammad” or names that authorities say have “extremely religious” meanings. The move is the latest in sweeping controls instituted in Xinjiang that authorities say are aimed at…


 
 


 
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