Saturday, October 3, 2009

In a remote corner of China lies a tiny patch of Muslim freedom

I find a brace of outrageously polite children learning the Koran

By Robert Fisk

"....There are enough half-moons on the cracked concrete to tell you that this little corner of a foreign field owes its existence to a prophet in a far distant land – a desert so far away that when I asked a Chinese security guard for the nearest mosque, he directed me to a Sikh temple. Welcome to Hong Kong, People's Republic of China, home to almost a quarter of a million Muslims......"

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