Local Muslims: Fasting and prayer not interfered in Xinjiang

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    Samat Keram, a Muslim living in #China’s #Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, shared his day of Ramadan, saying nobody bans or interferes in their prayer and fasting in Xinjiang.

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