China might be changing, but not enough to allow fasting during Ramadan
Dilxat Raxit of the World Uyghur Congress (WUC), an exile group, condemned the restrictions and said that “China thinks that the Islamic faith of Uighurs threatens the rule of the Beijing leadership”.
Despite all this restrictions, China claims that religious freedom in Xinjiang cannot be matched by any other period in history
“During the month of Ramadan, Muslim restaurants can decide whether they want to do business. There will be no interference,” the government claimed.
The rights groups however claims that the China is using all available methods to systematically annihilate all minority ethnic communities by forcing up on them the atheist doctrines.