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Mar 4, 2021

Jewish World Watch

Kurbanjan Abdukerim in an undated photo.
Mar 4, 2021

Kurbanjan Abdukerim had lost more than 100 pounds while detained over a three-year period.

Laborers from Kashgar and Hotan in transit to the Zhonghai Group Korla Industrial Park (Source: Dr. Zenz’s report, from Xinjiang Bazhou Government Website).
Mar 4, 2021
By Ruth Ingram

New documents prove that hundreds of thousands of Uyghurs and other Turkic workers are forcibly transferred to other provinces to tear apart their communities.

Mar 4, 2021
By Ahmer Khan

Uighur Muslims first started coming to Turkey in the 1990s, fleeing persecution in their home of Xinjiang, China. Now, they are helping the Syrians who have found refuge here in more recent years.

Mar 4, 2021
By Tamar Lapin

It’s been years since Tahir Imin heard from his family.

Mar 4, 2021
By Andrew McCormick

Munawwar Abdulla has a knack for creating the things she wants to see in the world.

Mar 4, 2021

The Center for Multicultural and Global Mental (CMGMH) invites you to an online discussion on the Uyghur crisis to learn about the cultural genocide currently underway in northwestern China.

Ehet Sulaiman in an undated photo.
Mar 4, 2021

Ehet and Ehmet Sulaiman are believed to have been targeted as part of an intimidation campaign.

Mar 4, 2021

Expressing solidarity with the Uyghur community amid the ongoing human rights abuse by the Chinese authorities, US Speaker Nancy Pelosi has affirmed her view that the United States has an "obligation to address the genocide".

Mar 4, 2021
By Olivia Enos

With every new revelation, the situation in Xinjiang appears more dire. The Uyghur people are crying out for help. But will the world hear them?

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