A detailed UNPO report documents how Beijing (and other illiberal regimes) is preventing – legally and illegally – the voice of the persecuted from being heard internationally.
Starting on Sunday, independent groups and individuals will go to the streets for six weeks (at least) to break the silence on the CCP’s persecutions in Xinjiang.
A research by Dr. Christopher Balding on the telecommunication giant created by former military Mr. Ren Zhengfei documents the connections that Italian former Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi considers alarming.
His new research details (quoting “Bitter Winter” extensively) the attempt to suppress the transmission of the religious and cultural identity of a people through the disruption of families.
Xinjiang: The US Congressional-Executive Commission on China Seeks Urgent Action from Administration
Their letter of April 3, invoking targeted sanctions against CCP officials, is still unanswered. On the anniversary of the Urumqi massacre, they raise their voice again.
Ms. Gaukhar Kurmanaliyeva registered a non-profit organization, called Talpyn Zhastar, in Kazakhstan. But her homeland isn’t safe, and she now continues in Europe.
Despite this blatant human rights abuse and vicious crimes against humanity, Beijing is set for hosting the 2022 Olympics. Will the West buy Beijing’s lies again?
It seems that the Department of the Treasury is stopping the direct way to hold tyrants accountable for their crimes in the Muslim region, and Democrats react.
Of our 45 correspondents arrested in 2018, 24 have been released, but the remaining were imprisoned for speaking the truth. A leopard cannot change its spots.