On the one hand, the process of persecution against Uyghur Muslims in China is not taking the name of stopping. At the same time, China has taken a new decision regarding the Muslim religious book Quran and Christian community's holy book Bible. China has decided to rewrite these two texts on its own. China's argument behind this is that it will now protect its 'socialist values'. <! –
Any paragraphs that are deemed incorrect will either be modified or will be translated again. Overall, China will interpret these scriptures according to its own calculation.
According to a media report, a high official of the Communist Party has issued a decree that new versions of the Bible and Quran should not contain any material that goes against the beliefs of the Communist Party. If the interpretation of a paragraph is misunderstood, it will be changed or translated again. Although the Bible and the Quran are not specifically mentioned, the Communist Party has called for a "comprehensive assessment of religious theologies that target materials that do not fit the change of time."
Actually, this order was issued during a meeting of the Committee on Ethnic and Religious Affairs of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference held in November. This review monitors ethnic and religious matters in China. According to the news agency Xinhua, in the last month, a meeting was attended by 16 experts of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and representatives of different religions.