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China argues that fake news went blind to a Premier League player star, who criticized the Chinese crackdown on Muslims, and asks him to Xinjiang to see the detention centers for himself

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  • China responded on Monday to criticize the League's high league Mesut Ozil on China and its treatment of its ethnic Muslim population, saying that "the fake news was blinded by the arsenal."

  • Ozil prompted a fury in China after posting his Instagram and Twitter pages last week at Chinese slamming to keep it and overseeing millions of Uighurs in western Xinjiang's autonomous region.

  • On Monday, a Chinese guest ministry spokesman, Geng Shuang, answered for the controversy, calling Ozil "come to Xinjiang to see for himself."

  • China was charged with running brutal detention centers in Xinjiang. China recognized that there are some "re-learning camps" but she repeatedly denied any abuse reports at its facilities.

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China responded on Monday to criticize the Premier League superstar, Mesut Ozil, the country and how it dealt with its ethnic population Uighur, saying that "imitation news was blinded on the arsenal."

Ozil prompted a fury in China after posting his Instagram and Twitter pages last week at Chinese slamming to keep it and oversee the millions of Muslims in the autonomous region of west Xinjiang.

According to CNN's translation, Ozil's Turkish job reads: "Qurans is burned, mosques closed, Islamic theological schools were banned, madrasas were killed, religious scholars were killed one by one. Despite all this, Muslims stay quiet. "

China drew on Sunday coverage of Arsenal match against Manchester City in response to the criticism. By Singapore Business Insider Jessica Lin, Chinese fans stood on Weibo microblogging site at Ozil posts, and one user said that "malicious disinformation was there to provide a free excuse for extremism."

Arsenal quickly surpassed the 31-year-old German-Turkish player, and said the club had always adhered to the principle of not involving politics. "

On Monday, a Chinese guest ministry spokesman, Geng Shuang, answered for the controversy, calling Ozil "come to Xinjiang to see for himself."

"I do not know whether Mr. Ozil was to Xinjiang personally. But it seems that he was attracted by fake news, and that unfavorable words were influenced by his judgment," Geng said, according to Xinhua state news agency.

"We welcome Mr Ozil to come to Xinjiang, and walks around us with a look," Geng said. "As long as he has a conscience, he can tell the right from wrong and maintain an objective and impartial attitude, he'll see Xinjiang differently."

Ozil is not the only sporting figure that exceeds China, the most lucrative overseas broadcasting market in the Main Contract. In October, general manager Houston Rockets, Daryl Morey, presented an image that supported protests in Hong Kong, which resulted in Chinese rows, streaming services, sponsors and partners, to cut links with and with the rockets. the NBA.

Satellite images identified by East Turkistan Awakening Movement in Washington earlier this month identified 465 detention centers, labor camps, and suspected prisons in Xinjiang. Interviews with people who took part in the camps show allegations of blow and food deprivation, as well as medical experiments on prisoners.

China recognized that there are some "re-learning camps" but she repeatedly denied any abuse reports at its facilities.

Lay a recent leak of Chinese government classified documents called "Chinese Cables" manual on how the detention centers operated, from preventing escape by locking all doors that double to "points system" "based on behavior linked" directly to rewards, penalties and family visits. "

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