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Jaane Rabb

China's ethnic cleansing of Muslim Uyghers

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Some noise needs to be made about these atrocities, as a matter of urgency really. It's sickening to the core. Has any "Islamic" country even tried having any dialogue with China about this?

https://www.independent.co.United Kingdom/news/world/Asia/china-xinjiang-uighur-Muslim-detention-camps-xi-jinping-persecution-a9165896.html

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There are up to 1 million Muslim Uyghers that are living in internment camps in China.[1] This is state sanctioned institutionalized oppression of an ethnic minority in China.

The internment camps have been confirmed by international observers including the United Kingdom.[2] The internment camps were legalized by the Chinese government in October 2018.[3] Initially the Chinese government denied the existence of internment camps where people are being detained and tortured.[4] They are being physically [5] and mentally tortured.[6]

Millions of Uyghers are not free to practice their religion without fear of the Chinese government detaining and torturing them. They live in perpetual fear under martial law. The people are subjugated to near total surveillance with cameras watching their every move. The Chinese government monitors every aspect of the people's lives and if there is even the slightest bit of dissent police arrest individuals and send them to the camps. The surveillance is so bad that if someone from the region has an international phone # saved on their phone or if they receive a call from an international phone number they are detained under suspicion and sent to a camp.[7]

There are restrictions that have been imposed too - the government continues to close down mosques, they have made it illegal to fast during Ramadan and require Uyghur stores to sell alcohol. However these restrictions are minuscule compared to the government systematically removing a million adults from society and detaining them in internment camps where they are being tortured.[8]

How many Uyghurs have been thrown into this gulag, an archipelago of “reeducation” camps? It is hard to know for sure. The government does not even acknowledge the existence of the camps. Estimates range from half a million to a million people. Almost every household in the region has been affected. In one county, Moyu, 40 percent of the adults have disappeared.

Who is targeted? Everyone? Potentially, yes, but certain Uyghurs are most vulnerable. People who are religious or political (“politically incorrect,” in the words of the government). People who have traveled abroad, or who have received a phone call from abroad. Teachers and intellectuals. I’m reminded of Cambodia, where the Khmer Rouge went after people who wore glasses.

In East Turkestan, the young are especially targeted — people under 40. A report from RFA quotes a village security official, who says, “People born in the 1980s and 1990s have been categorized as part of a violent generation — many of whom have been taken into reeducation under this category.” I’m reminded of Cuba, where many have been arrested on the charge of “pre-criminal social dangerousness.”

...The entire population is DNA-sampled. Biometrics are wielded against the people. Communications are closely monitored. Privacy has almost been eliminated. People fear to talk to one another, or to go out. Normal towns have been turned into ghost towns.

[1] https://www.bbc.com/news/world-Asia-china-45147972

[2] https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/oct/31/United Kingdom-believes-china-has-interned-about-1-million-uighur-Muslims

[3] https://www.bbc.com/news/world-Asia-45812419

[4] https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/oct/22/from-denial-to-pride-how-china-changed-its-language-on-xinjiangs-camps

[5] https://www.telegraph.co.United Kingdom/news/2018/11/28/begged-kill-uighur-woman-describes-torture-us-politicians/

[6] https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/former-inmates-of-chinas-Muslim-re-education-camps-tell-of-brainwashing-torture/2018/05/16/32b330e8-5850-11e8-8b92-45fdd7aaef3c_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.8972d21fc145

[7] https://news.vice.com/en_us/article/7xgj5y/these-uighur-parents-say-china-is-ripping-their-children-away-and-brainwashing-them

[8] https://www.nationalreview.com/magazine/2018/05/28/china-uyghur-oppression-new-gulag/


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Nothing but imperialist propaganda, the pot and the kettle calling the milk black.

"They are being watched by the military" all the time and feel oppressed and tortured by that?!?        

BiiIIIIIiiiig dEaL!!      OH    mai   gad!~    

LOL @ "Ethnic cleansing"

The word is that uncle satan was hiring them like it hired ISIS and mujahidin in the past so they could play mercenaries and freedom fighters and destabilize China, but China foiled the thing and nabbed everybody receiving monies from foreign accounts. Basically their plan pretty much died with that. OMG .. so much torture on those poor western mercs.


P.S.: See other thread for reference.

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Chinese CCTV reports (part of the explanation of Pakistani quietude over the Uyghurs):


Photos show a view of the expressway section of the Karakorum Highway (KKH) project phase two in Pakistan, Nov. 18, 2019. The expressway section of the KKH project phase two was inaugurated in Havelian in northwestern Pakistan on Monday


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