48 Ways to Get Sent to a Chinese Concentration Camp

Foreign Policy, 13 September 2018

By Tanner Greer – There is a crisis in Xinjiang. The details are murky. The Communist Party of China has little incentive to reveal the inner workings of the vast system of surveillance and terror it has built to control the 12 million Uighur and Kazakh citizens of China’s westernmost region. From the party’s perspective, the further away the global spotlight is from its activities the better.

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Anwar slams Suu Kyi, China’s Muslim camps in HK interview

Free Malaysia Today, 12 September 2018

By Bloomberg – Anwar Ibrahim, who’s in line to become Malaysia’s next premier, blasted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s treatment of the Rohingya and called for formal talks on China’s crackdown against its Muslim minority.

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Anwar ‘Appalled’ by Suu Kyi, Criticizes China’s Muslim Camps

Bloomberg, 12 September 2018

By Daniel Ten Kate & Sophie Kamaruddin – Anwar Ibrahim, who’s in line to become Malaysia’s next premier, blasted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s treatment of the Rohingya and called for formal talks on China’s crackdown against its Muslim minority.

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Interview: ‘The U.S. is Taking The Issue of The Concentration Camps Quite Seriously’

Radio Free Asia, 11 September 2018

By Alim Seytoff – Dolkun Isa, the president of the Munich-based World Uyghur Congress (WUC) and Omer Kanat, chairman of the WUC Executive Committee, paid a brief visit to Washington on Monday, amid growing U.S. government concern for the Chinese government’s treatment of the roughly 11 million Uyghurs living in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR).

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Call for Canberra to pressure China over Muslim detention camps

Financial Review, 11 September 2018

By Michael Smith – The Morrison government says it has raised concerns with Beijing about China’s mass detention of Uighur Muslim minorities, but on Tuesday declined to say whether it would consider imposing sanctions on Communist Party officials over the issue.

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China detains man on terror charges after setting watch 2 hours behind Beijing time, Human Rights Watch says

Independent, 11 September 2018

By Alexandra Ma –China detained a man of the Uighur ethnic minority because he set his watch to a different time from Beijing, Human Rights Watch has said in a new report.

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China reportedly detained a man for terrorist charges after he set his watch 2 hours behind Beijing time

Business Insider UK, 10 September 2018

By Alexandra Ma – China detained a man of the Uighur ethnic minority because he set his watch to a different time from Beijing, Human Rights Watch has said in a new report.

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Rights group accuses China of ‘systematic campaign of human rights violations’ against Muslims

CNN, 10 September 2018

By James Griffiths – The Chinese government is conducting a mass, systematic campaign of human rights violations against Muslims in the far western region of Xinjiang, a new Human Rights Watch (HRW) report claims.

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