A 17-year old Muslim girl on TikTok has been uploading now-viral makeup tutorials, but with a political twist. In a video shared by “@getmefamouspartthree,” Feroza Aziz acutely gives tips on how to amplify your lashes by cogent users to grab a set of lash curlers, but then directs admirers to use their phones to search for “China’s Muslim absorption camps” — this is in advertence to the detention of about 1 actor Uighur people in Xinjiang, China right now.

“So the first thing you need to do is grab your lash curler, curl your lashes, obviously, then you’re going to put them down and use your phone that you’re using right now to search up what’s accident in China, how they’re accepting absorption camps, throwing innocent Muslims in there, amid their families from each other, kidnapping them, murdering them, raping them, banishment them to eat pork, banishment them to drink, banishment them to catechumen to altered religions, if not, or else they’re going to, of course, get murdered,” Aziz said in the video. 

After the video picked up millions of views in just two days, TikTok abeyant Aziz’s annual but claimed it was in acknowledgment to a video about agitator Osama Bin Laden, and not because of her videos accusatory China. 

“TikTok does not abstinent agreeable due to political sensitivities,” a agent told Business Insider yesterday. “In this case, the user’s antecedent annual and associated device were banned after she posted a video of Osama Bin Laden, which is a abuse of TikTok’s ban on announcement terrorists.

Earlier today, Aziz tweeted that even after extensive out to TikTok, she is still cat-and-mouse for a response:

While the video-sharing agreeable denies that Aziz’s annual was abeyant on the area of political issues, the aggregation is owned by Chinese organization, ByteDance. According to Business Insider, ByteDance has a history of alive with the government to censor online content. 

And within the hour of announcement this article, Aziz tweeted that TikTok has now taken down her videos overextension acquaintance on the Uyghur Genocide, while asking for President to “discuss” this matter. Soon after tweeting this, Aziz’s annual was “suspiciously” accustomed back on the platform. 

As first noted by Business Insider, Aziz is not the first activist to post videos on TikTok overextension acquaintance about the Uighurs. During the summer, dozens of Uighurs living in Xinjiang posted videos on Douyin, the Chinese adaptation of TikTok, actualization to show old family photos with footage edited to show themselves crying or gesturing.

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