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Oct 2, 2020

The Communist regime led by Xi Jinping has implemented draconian measures to prevent information from reaching the outside world that Beijing has herded hundreds of thousands of Uyghurs and members of other non-Han minorities into internment camps for “reeducation” and “job training.” By Takao Harakawa, Sankei Shimbun

Uyghurs are forced the pledge alliance to the communist party at their wedding
Oct 2, 2020

While more findings are surfacing about the destruction of mosques and shrines in the Xinjiang Muslim region of China, some Uighurs tell VOA that Chinese authorities have banned the Islamic marriage vow known as nikah in wedding ceremonies, a claim corroborated by an article previously written by a Chinese official. By Asim Kashgarian

Uyghurs and their supporters demonstrate in Istanbul on Oct 01, 2020. Photo: RFA
Oct 2, 2020

Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of Istanbul on Thursday to protest China's treatment of mainly Muslim Uighurs in Xinjiang, an AFP journalist said. 

Xi Jinping  speaks during the meeting in Beijing
Oct 2, 2020

Chinese Leader Xi Jinping Disregards Systematic Rights Abuses. By Sophie Richardson

Vote totals for Uyghur Forced Labor Disclosure Act are displayed as the bill passes on Wednesday. Photo: US House of Representatives
Sep 30, 2020

‘We are not sympathetic to the fact that investors may lose money if in fact we stop slavery,’ says a Democratic congresswoman. By Owen Churchill

Jama Mosque adorned with China's flag and propaganda banners that read 'Love the Party, Love the Country' in Kashgar prefecture's Kargilik county, in an undated photo.
Sep 30, 2020

The ban joins similar restrictions on religious observance by Uyghurs under the age of 65, with those breaking the rules sent to Xinjiang's vast network of re-education camps.

Sep 30, 2020

It is not uncommon to see posts on Instagram and other social media platforms concerning the Uyghur Muslims, but many still do not know a lot about them. By Fabliha Hussain

Sep 30, 2020

China’s practices and policies toward Uyghurs and Muslims in Xinjiang has always been part of Ankara’s agenda, Turkey’s ruling party spokesman Omer Celik said yesterday.

OMER KANAT. Photo: WUC
Sep 29, 2020

“China had been saying that all minorities in the country were happy and lived in harmony. This was proving the contrary.” By Omer Kanat

Uyghurs and their supporters demonstrate in London on Jan 30, 2020. Photo: RFA
Sep 29, 2020

Exclusive: MPs and peers aim to grant minorities in China the right to petition British courts. By Patrick Wintour

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