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Four-year-old Abduleziz Tohti and his father, Abdurahman Tohti. Abdurahman Tohti via Uyghur Bulletin/Twitter
Feb 6, 2019

Abdurahman Tohti hasn’t seen or heard from his wife, his son, or his daughter for almost three years, for reasons entirely out of his control.

Feb 5, 2019

What it’s like being a tourist inside a police state.

FILE PHOTO: Residents at the Kashgar city vocational educational training centre dance for visiting reporters and officials in a classroom during a government organised visit in Kashgar, Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, China, January 4, 2019.  REUTERS/Ben Blanchard/File Photo
Feb 5, 2019

 Rights activists urged European and Muslim nations on Monday to take the lead in establishing a U.N. investigation into China’s detention and what they call its “forced indoctrination” of up to one million Uighurs and other Muslims in Xinjiang province.

Uyghur protesters in Frankfurt, Germany, call for an end to mass incarcerations in Xinjiang, Feb. 2, 2019. RFA
Feb 4, 2019

The Feb. 5, 1997 killings of peaceful Uyghur protesters by Chinese security forces left hundreds dead.

Feb 4, 2019

Although they are not technically living in prison, the built environment and the government regulations remind the Muslims: We think you are a threat.

Over 10,000 students and teachers in Hotan pledge loyalty to the “Motherland” in a mass ceremony.  Source: Hotan Prefecture, Xinjiang
Feb 4, 2019

International Fact-Finding Mission Crucial to Address Rights Crisis

Feb 4, 2019

The United Nations Human Rights Council should adopt a resolution establishing an international fact-finding mission to Xinjiang, the region of China where up to one million Turkic Muslims are being arbitrarily detained, a group of nongovernmental organizations said in a joint statement to UN member states today.

Uighur-Muslim scholar Abduweli Ayup volunteers his time to teach the Uighur language and culture to children who have fled Xinjiang with their families [Steve Chao/Al Jazeera]
Feb 1, 2019

As China faces increasing criticism over its treatment of its Muslim population, new details emerge about how Beijing spies on Uighurs at home and abroad.

A large-scale production facility is adjacent to a transformation through education camp in Xinjiang’s Huocheng county. @bitterWinter
Feb 1, 2019

Bitter Winter will ‘never shut up’ until the last person is persecuted because of their faith.

Feb 1, 2019

The Chinese government today took up a full-page advertorial in a local English-language daily to defend itself against what it said was a malicious campaign over the plight of the Uighur Muslims in the Xinjiang province.

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