The camps that replaced the laojiao after the latter were abolished in 2013. Scholars believe that they currently have one and a half million inmates, of which roughly one million are Uyghurs. Although the CCP, and a 2018 law that legalized them in Xinjiang, presented them as “educational” facilities, in fact inmates are submitted to a inhuman regime of labor and indoctrination and to strong pressure to renounce their religious faith, with instances of torture and suspicious deaths frequently reported.
Operation North: When Stalin Deported the Jehovah’s Witnesses
Seventy years ago, 9,793 believers were taken from their homes in Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and sent to Siberia.
Confirmed: CCP Hackers Target Pro-Uyghur Accounts on Facebook
A secret group known as Earth Empusa or Evil Eye is attacking and spying the accounts of those exposing repression in Xinjiang.
A Jewish-Uyghur Solidarity Passover Seder with a Difference
Each of the Four Cups was raised to symbolize Uyghur’s captivity and hoped-for deliverance.
China’s Scholars Thorn Between Self-Censorship and Beijing’s Ostracism
Those who tell the truth are sanctioned by the CCP. Those still allowed to visit China and attend events there are asked to stop telling the truth.