Risalat, protected by her British passport, returned to Urumqi the very day innocent Uyghurs were mown down by soldiers in 2009.
Sombre relief and muted jubilation greeted the final judgement of the China Tribunal into Organ Harvesting in London this week.
Citizens of the upper-class suburb of Hampstead have become accustomed to Andrew. Come rain or shine, this Orthodox Jew protests every week against CCP atrocities.
After her husband was taken by the CCP police and “disappeared,” Nafisa became a de facto widow and fled to Turkey. Life is not easy for Uyghur refugees there.
Uyghurs gather to break the Ramadan fast together, and tell Bitter Winter how the CCP is breaking families and causing “spiritual sickness” in their community.
Seventy years ago, “never again” was the response to the horrors of the Holocaust, but genocide keeps happening. There are worrying signs that it may happen again in the far West of China.
Nan bread is a sacred sign of Uyghur identity and is usually decorated with traditional symbols. Now, the CCP wants nan “sinicized” with Communist slogans.
China’s treatment of the Uyghur people is “one step away from a holocaust,” according to British Muslims who gathered to express solidarity in London.
Governments that refuse to tackle China over organ harvesting are turning their backs on victims of mass slaughter, claimed Tribunal witnesses in London.