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Hemdullah Abduweli
Nov 24, 2020

Risk of Forced Return to Persecution in China

https://www.instagram.com/franciscus/
Nov 24, 2020

In a new book, Pope Francis mentioned the crackdown on the Muslim minority group for the first time. Beijing rejected his characterization as “groundless.”

Abdulqadir Jalaleddin in an undated photo.   Photo courtesy of an RFA listener
Nov 23, 2020

Against overwhelming state violence, poetry might appear to offer little recourse. But for many Uighurs, it’s a powerful form of resistance.

The Urumqi Cloud Computing Center in Xinjiang is helping to power the most computing-intensive parts of the region's draconian surveillance system.
Nov 23, 2020

Intel and Nvidia chips power a supercomputing center that tracks people in a place where government suppresses minorities, raising questions about the tech industry’s responsibility.

Ninety-Year-Old Uyghur Imam Abidin Ayup (in an undated photo) detained in Xinjiang  and his whereabouts is unknown;
Nov 23, 2020

As atrocities against Uyghur Muslims in China continue, Chinese authorities in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), have now detained hundreds of Muslim Imams, according to an Uyghur linguist in exile.

Nov 23, 2020

The clamping down on the rights of those living in China’s periphery is not unprecedented, but the resurgence of these policies may make tensions even more intractable, instead of leading to long-lasting stability

Francis during the canonization of John XXIII and John Paul II on 27 April 2014. Wikipedia
Nov 23, 2020

In a new book, Pope Francis for the first time calls China’s Muslim Uighurs a “persecuted” people, something human rights activists have been urging him to do for years.

The scholar fears he could be deported back to China, where Uighurs face persecution (Supplied)
Nov 23, 2020

Activists and human rights advocates have raised concerns that Aimadoula Waili may be tortured in a ‘re-education’ camp if sent back to China

 The H&M store in Suzhou Industry Park (Link Square) Wikipedia
Nov 23, 2020

Global fashion brands have little hope of seeing anything in Xinjiang that the authorities don't want them to see, activists say.

Profile photo of Abduweli Ayup. Wikipedia https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Abduweli_Ayup.jpg
Nov 23, 2020

"[The Uyghurs] are indoctrinated 24-hours a day in communist ideology and Chinese culture, and the next generation will lose their language."

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