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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 3295-3301

Conflict Of Interest Between State And Religion – Case Study Of Uyghur

Zahid Faqir, Dilawar Khan.


Religion and State have often experienced conflict of Interest in history . At occasion nationalists ruled while at others religious clerics overpowered state administration. This went on for ages but secularism helped people with diverse ethnicities live together. Even in the world of today there are countries that continue to face administrative issues due to conflict of interest with religious minorities within their administrative controls. For Instance China is one perfect case study where the rise of a separatist movement in the Uyghur Region lead to state’s immediate and then strategic counter action leading to a significantly serious Humanitarian concern – The Uyghur Crises . At first those involved directly into separatist movement were dealt with dab hands by Chinese Government and then the Communist Strategic Think Tank started off with yet another long term social transformation plan to keep China intact as one Giant which it already is. As a state a country always has the right to keep its National Power and geographic domains, Intact. Democracy does not mean every new group of people aligned on one or the other pretext start creating a state of their own specially if they have remained part of a particular regional identity for centuries and or if they have been provided satisfactory religious freedom and equal socio-cultural opportunities. Skeptics might be looking at Uyghur through a lens of Human Rights but we cannot ignore the rights of a state to defend its geographical frontiers. The aim of this paper is to throw light on what is being expressed about Chinese Administration of Uyghur and the balance between religious aspirations and rights of a state.

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