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.
Protestants, Catholics Stifled to Curb ‘Foreign Infiltration’
Amid escalating tensions with Western democracies, China’s regime incites nationalist sentiment among residents, cracks down on religions as “foreign agents.”
US State Department Hits CCP Officials Responsible for Atrocities in Xinjiang
One of them is Mr. Chen Quanguo, the CCP Secretary of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. His indictment is the first step in the application of the “Global Magnitsky Act”
The EU Will Have Another Special Envoy for Religious Liberty in the World
The office was restored, after the European Commission dismantled it and many protested. While his or her name is still unknown, the work of the next Envoy must start from China.
Undelivered Birthday Wishes: How the CCP Destroys Uyghur Families
Memeteli wanted to send a message to his sister Heyrigul for her birthday. But she has been arrested, and the CCP would not disclose where she is.