Akida’s Story: The Desperate Cry of a Uyghur Woman

Professor Rahile Dawut in US while her study at University of Pennsylvania.

By Ruth Ingram
Jan 13, 2021

There is no end in sight.

Living with the agony of silence since the renowned Uyghur folklorist Rahile Dawut was snatched at Beijing airport in December 2017, her daughter Akida Pulat has left no stone unturned in her mission to find where in the murky labyrinthine tunnels of detention, so-called transformation through education camps, or extra-legal prison terms the CCP has buried her mother. 

The black hole of silence has been deafening, and every plea for information from the Chinese government has been stonewalled.

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