Once the lonely protester became well-known and no longer so lonely, provocateurs manifested themselves. Here is the story in his own words.
The “lonely Uyghur protester” gathered some 300 Uyghur and Cantonese to demonstrate in Dam Square.
This time, the lonely protester was joined by more than 100 fellow activists.
In Amsterdam’s Leiden Square thousands, including reporters and politicians, visited “Uyghur Voices,” where evidence of the genocide was on display.
What the Tiananmen massacre is for the Chinese people, the 2014 massacre of Elishku is for the Uyghurs.
The killing of Uyghur slave workers in Shaoguan, Guangdong, on May 26, 2009 was the cause of what happened in Urumqi on July 5.