But for those escaping persecution, too often that persecution simply travels with them. “Not speaking out causes guilt; but speaking out causes fear” is how one Uighur woman sums it up.
British using Chinese CCTV linked to repression of Uighurs
Waterboarding, sleep deprivation and hanging from ceilings: ex-policeman details China’s crackdown on Uyghur population
UN Member States Call on China to Respect Human Rights in Tibet at the 48th UNHRC session
What Is China Doing to the Uighurs in Xinjiang?
In October 2020, Germany issued a joint statement on behalf of 39 U.N. member states condemning the “increasing number of reports of gross human-rights violations” in Xinjiang, including “severe restrictions on freedom of religion or belief and the freedoms of movement, association, and expression as well as on Uighur culture.” The U.S. signed on to this statement, along with the U.K., France, Japan, and other large democracies.
UN Experts Question China about the fate of Tibetan Buddhist Scholar Go Sherab Gyatso and Rinchen Tsultrim
Taiwan slams China for tightening religious freedom through law
The Disappearing Mosques In Xinjiang
IPAC calls on International Criminal Court to accept case investigating suspected genocide against Uyghur Muslims
Eight Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Politicians Charged Over Chamber Scuffle
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