Apr 23, 2021 • 1HR 31M

Islam with Chinese Characteristics with Temur

A 800 year old history of the Hui Muslims

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Robert Granniss
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Today, we are joined by Temur, from Baiju Billa Bong podcast, to tell us about the history of Hui Muslims from the time of Genghis Khan to today. We talk about a little of everything that affects the Hui community in China.

1:24 - Double the discrimination in Australia.

4:00 - Hui Muslims descend from Arab, Persian or Turkish traders

5:32 - Traders from Afghanistan

6:36 - The Rebellion against the Yuan Dynasty (Kublai Khan)

7:00 - The First Ming Emperor and Temur’s Ancestor, the rebellion

9:50 - Exile to Manchuria

14:00 - Xinjiang and Turkic Muslims during the 1500s

17:00 - Hui and Uighur relations during the Qing dynasty

Temur’s family was in this region during the Manchu dynasty

The Entrance of the South Mosque in Shenyang

21:22 - Transition between Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty

23:00 - Islam with Chinese characteristics

24:00 - Walls and gates …

26:00 - Gulen and his creepy

30:00 - Korean Muslims who are related to Hui

34:00 - Hui muslims “adopting” Han children during the 19th century famine.

36:00 - Boxer Rebellion and the Hui Army

37:00 - Temur’s family under Japanese occupation

39:00 - Unit 731 in Manchu area

40:00 - Cultural Revolution

45:00 - The First CIA-sponsored regime-change operation in 1950s

48:00 - Understanding western propaganda

51:00 - Olympics time bombing

1:03 - Pedophile English teachers in Asia

1:06 - India vs China … where India went wrong - TLDR. not enough authoritarianism

1:16 - Imported Tech bro culture

1:25 - The Ramen Noodle Cartel