Comments for: Trying to boost Arab ties, China looks to embrace its Muslims

Posted Dec. 27, 2012, at 2:56 p.m.

YINCHUAN, China — The praying and slaughtering begin every morning at sunrise. “Allahu Akbar” intones the imam over each cow before it is strung up by its hooves and quartered. This scene, and other religious and ethnic practices, set China’s Muslim minorities apart, and the differences frequently led to clashes …

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