Devastating Blows: Religious Repression of Uighurs in Xinjiang

Human Rights Watch, 11 April 2005


This 114-page report is based on previously undisclosed Communist Party and government documents, as well as local regulations, official newspaper accounts, and interviews conducted in Xinjiang. It unveils for the first time the complex architecture of law, regulation, and policy in Xinjiang that denies Uighurs religious freedom, and by extension freedom of association, assembly, and expression. Chinese policy and law enforcement stifle religious activity and thought even in school and at home.

Read the report here.

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The World Uyghur Congress Expresses Condolences to The Death of Pope John Paul II

For Immediate Release
World Uyghur Congress
Contact: Dolkun Isa

Sunday, April 03, 2005

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