A Uyghur mother was duly authorized by the Chinese government to visit her son who was studying in Turkey. Later, the visit was regarded as a crime and she was arrested.
The Story of the Lonely Uyghur: He Protested Every Week in the Netherlands, on August 14 He Was Arrested
Abdurehim Gheni’s 19 relatives disappeared. He wants to know from the CCP where they are.
A young father dies before being allowed to see his newly born child. Another Uyghur victim of the transformation through education camps.
She was an honor student who wrote an innovative MA thesis. She was punished and sentenced to 20 years in jail.
She sent her son to study abroad, believing she was preparing a better future for the family. For this “crime,” she should now spend sixteen and a half years in prison.
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.
A Turkish citizen married a Uyghur woman. Now, he is told he cannot see his wife and little daughter – and his father-in-law has been arrested for the “crime” of letting his daughter marry a foreigner.