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Chinese spokesperson tweeted a reply to Moussa Faki Mahamat, stating, “All lives matter. We stand firmly with our African friends

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News CLAIM: Chinese spokesperson tweeted a reply to Moussa Faki Mahamat, stating, “All lives matter. We stand firmly with our African friends. We strongly oppose all forms of racial discrimination and inflammatory expressions of racism and hatred.”

TRUTH & Verification:  On June 1st, 2020, Chinese spokesperson made some golden word speaking on twitter he said all lives matter, if you see the history and earlier doing of Chinese communist government, one can see China has never been in support of human rights. Over the times' disappearance of people has been very common in China. Even in the case of COVID-19, many news and people disappeared in China who was thought to be whistleblowers.

Users on Twitter responded to the fake tweet by the Chinese spokesperson

News on Voanews, As part of its ongoing attempts to eradicate the Islamic faith and “re-educate” Muslims, Beijing has closed or destroyed mosques, shrines, burial grounds, and other Islamic structures, perhaps more

As per the BBC, Li Wenliang contracted the virus while working at Wuhan Central Hospital. He had sent out a warning to fellow medics on 30 December but police told him to stop "making false comments". There had been contradictory reports about his death, but the People's Daily now says he died at 02:58 on Friday (18:58 GMT Thursday).

VERDICT:  True, China has never respected human rights




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