The Chinese government has ordered Muslim store and restaurant owners in Xinjiang to not only sell alcoholic beverages and cigarettes but to prominently display them. Those who refuse may have their stores closed and face prosecution. The move is part of an effort to undermine Islam in the mainly Muslim area, which also includes barring government employees and children from attending mosques.
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