China Is Spying on Uighur Muslims in the UK

Vice, 15 May 2020


Below is an article published by Vice, Photo Vice.

Three years ago, attending a party in the British Uighur community meant singing and dancing, hand-pulled noodles and traditional dress. Celebrations – a way to unite the Turkic peoples of the UK – were organised every month.

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Harassment & Intimidation of Individuals in Canada Working on China-Related Human Rights Conc


Canadian Coalition on Human Rights in China & Amnesty International Canada, 12 March 2020

In March 2017, Amnesty International Canada, in coordination with other members of the Canadian Coalition on Human Rights in China, published a report to draw attention to an organized and sustained campaign of intimidation and harassment aimed at activists working on China-related human rights issues in Canada, in circumstances suggesting the involvement or backing of Chinese government officials.

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The Police Region of Xinjiang: Checkpoints, Camps, and Fear

Bitter Winter, 12 May 2020

Below is an article published by Bitter Winter, Photo Bitter Winter.

Chang Xin –Police officers from inland China, who worked in Xinjiang, disclose details of control measures employed by the CCP to suppress Uyghur Muslims.

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World Uyghur Congress, 8 May 2020


Campaign for Uyghurs Call GAP Protest
On May 5, the Uyghur Solidarity Campaign organized a social media campaign and call-protest to demand from GAP to stop its involvement with forced labour in East Turkistan.

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UYGHURS – THE FORGOTTEN PEOPLE: The “China-Cables” Interviews

Faces of Democracy, 06 Mai 2020

Below is an article published by Faces of Democracy, Photo Anonymous.

On November 16, 2019, the New York Times published over 400 documents classified as secret, which had previously been leaked to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). These PDF files, known as the “China Cables”, prove one of the most horrific human rights violations of our times, according to the ICIJ, and provide evidence of what the Chinese government has so far described as “one hundred percent pure lies”: The existence of forced internment camps in the autonomous region of Xinjiang, located in the northwest of China, which were built – according to the conclusion drawn by the Journalists involved – for re-educating over a million Uyghurs, Kazakhs and other ethnic minorities.

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‘What Are They Trying To Hide?’ Uyghurs Ask of China’s Media Curbs in Xinjiang

RFA, 2 May 2020 

Below is an article published by RFA, Photo AFP.

China’s tightening curbs on media and speech freedoms compound the hardships of Uyghurs in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), where authorities stop at nothing to prevent reporting on the close to two million people who have disappeared into internment camps, Uyghur and press advocates said.

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PRESS RELEASE: WUC Highlights Religious Persecution of Uyghurs During Ramadan

Press Release – For immediate release
24 April 2020
Contact: World Uyghur Congress
+49 89 5432 1999 or 
[email protected]

As millions of Muslims around the world have begun to observe the holy month the Ramadan, many will have to do so while being confined to their homes, away from friends, family and community, due to the global coronavirus pandemic caused by the CCP’s lack of transparency and mismanagement of the situation. This difficult time has shown the importance of being able to freely practice your religion, participate in community life and enjoy your basic rights and freedoms. These have all been denied to the Uyghur people for years due to the repressive policies of the Chinese government. We urge Muslims all over the world to keep the Uyghur people in their thoughts and prayers during the holy month of Ramadan and to call on their respective governments to demand that China immediately ceases its religious persecution of Uyghurs. The WUC looks forward to a day when Uyghurs can join Muslims all over the world in observing Ramadan, unencumbered by CCP repression.

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MIT Cuts Ties With a Chinese AI Firm Amid Human Rights Concerns

WIRED, 21 April 2020

Below is an article published by WIRED, Photo Maddie Meyer/Getty Images.

Will Knight – MIT has terminated a research collaboration with iFlytek, a Chinese artificial intelligence company accused of supplying technology for surveilling Muslims in the northwestern province of Xinjiang.

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