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     American-based broadcaster ethnic minority in China.
     , Saddam, Hajj, Islam and Medina are among the names that parents are not permitted to give their children.
      Party's "Naming Rules for Ethnic Minorities," an official said Thursday.
     A naming ban reportedly took effect in the southern part of Xinjiang in 2015. Now, Radio Free Asia says, Chinese officials are enforcing the ban throughout the area.
     RFA and VOA are each part of the U.S. government-supported Broadcasting Board of Governors.
     A worker who answered the telephone at a police station in Xinjiang's capital, Urumqi, said that "; names are banned. The worker said that any babies registered with such names would be barred from the government system that gives the child rights to education and health care.
     Traditional names
     Another person told RFA that the safest names for Uyghurs to name their children are those that sound more "mainstream."
     "I have been talking with friends in Xinjiang about this, and they all say that any with potentially extremist overtones will be banned," the person said. "But names like Memet ... that you see everywhere, Party."
     Strike-hard campaigns
      extremism in Xinjiang. Officials often carry out what have been called "strike hard" cam, as well as placing limits on the culture and language of the Uyghur people.
     Last month, Xinjiang officials reportedly dismissed a Uyghur official for holding her marriage ceremony at home – following Islamic traditions -- instead of at a government-approved area.
     Local people claimed that the woman was removed from her job for taking her marriage declarations — known as "nikah" culture — in her own home.
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