Uyghur Survivor Lifts Lid on Xinjiang in Tas Speaking Tour

Posted on February 12, 2020

Murders, organ harvesting, torture, medical sterilisations, sexual slavery, brain-washing is the reality for the ethnic minority Turkic Uyghur people in China according to an ethnic leader on a Tasmanian tour.

Nurmuhammad Majid Siddiq says that abuse and indoctrination are inflicted daily in massive internment camps in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR). Siddiq is a Uyghur leader and spokesman who is promising to offer a detailed presentation on the history and current situation of the ethnic minority.

His Tasmanian tour, organised by Amnesty International, features sessions in Hobart, Cygnet and Launceston.

“My older brother, younger brothers and two younger sisters, five siblings were all taken by the Chinese government,” says Siddiq. “Masked police, heavily armed Special Force police, raided their home and took them by covering their faces and shackling them in front of the kids.”

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