ANKARA (AFP/Reuters) - Muslims around the world condemned Chinas crackdown in Xinjiang with thousands taking part in anti-Chinese protests across Turkey on Friday. In Istanbul, about 5,000 people demonstrated outside the Fatih mosque after Juma prayers, according to NTV television. No To Ethnic Cleansing demonstrators chanted, while burning Chinese products. About 700 people took part in a similar demonstration at the Kocatepe mosque in Ankara. Other protests were held in seven other Turkish towns. Turkish PM Tayyip Erdogan said genocide was being committed in Xinjiang and called on Chinese authorities to intervene to prevent more deaths. The incidents in China are, simply put, a genocide. Theres no point in interpreting this otherwise, Erdogan told reporters, while Trade and Industry Minister Nihat Ergun called for a boycott of Chinese goods. About 200 people protested in Australias capital Canberra, shouting death to Chinese terrorists and freedom for Uighur people outside the Australian parliament. Uighur exiles hurled rocks and cobblestones at Chinas embassy in The Hague this week during another demonstration. The head of Indonesias largest Muslim party, the Prosperous Justice Party, called for UN and Western pressure on China to stop the slaughter of Muslim Uighurs and Han Chinese.