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Saturday, August 27, 2016

Police Have Ordered Some Hotels In Chinese Not To Allow Guests From Five Muslim Majority Countries To Stay


BEIJING: Police have ordered some low-end
hotels in the Chinese metropolis of Guangzhou
not to allow guests from five Muslim-majority
countries to stay, though China’s foreign
ministry said it had never heard of the policy.
Three hotels with rooms costing about $23 a
night said they had received police notices as
early as March, telling them to turn away people
from Pakistan, Syria, Iraq, Turkey and
Afghanistan.
“I’m not clear about the reason. We just can’t
take them,” one hotel worker said by telephone.

The notice appears only to apply to cheaper
hotels at the bottom of the price scale.
All of the five countries have been beset by
terrorist attacks in the past few years, or in the
case of Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan have been in
states of war.
Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post said on
Friday the rule appeared to be a security
measure coinciding with a development forum
being held in Guangzhou this week, and also
ahead of next week’s G20 summit in Hangzhou,
though the two cities are more than 1,000km
apart.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said he
was not aware that such an order had been
issued in Guangzhou. “I’ve never heard that
there is this policy being followed in China,” Lu
told a daily news briefing.
“Moreover, as far as China is concerned, our
policy in principle is that we encourage people
from China and other countries to have friendly
exchanges and are willing to provide various
convenient policies in this regard.”
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