Muslim women whose husbands have been detained in Chinese internment camps are reportedly being forced to share beds with male government officials assigned to monitor them in their homes. Communist party workers regularly sleep alongside members of persecuted Uighur minority families during surveillance visits that last up to a week, party sources told Radio Free Asia RFA. Those who are not incarcerated face an increasingly strict security regime which includes armed checkpoints, ID cards, and streets lined with facial recognition cameras. Since early last year, Uighur families in Xinjiang have been required to invite government officials into their homes , provide them information about their lives and political views, and comply with political indoctrination.
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By MailOnline Reporter. Married Chinese Muslim women are regularly forced to share the same bed as male officials sent by government to monitor them when their husbands are being indoctrinated in internment camps, it has been revealed. Uighur wives from China 's Xinjiang Province have been required to 'invite' inspectors into their homes under a mandatory surveillance programme when their spouses are under detention, according to reports. Beijing has faced widespread criticism after being accused of detaining at least one million Muslims in re-education centres in the far-western region. Muslim wives in China have been forced to share the same bed as visiting Chinese officials when their Uighur husbands are being detained in internment camps, reports claim file photo.