Kashgar 2012 – 2018. A photo gallery by Ruth Ingram
The ancient city of Kashgar, the “Jerusalem of the Uyghurs,” has been destroyed and rebuilt in “Chinese Disneyfied” architecture, a parable for how the CCP would like to reshape its country and, if possible, ours too. by Ruth Ingram “Kashgar was coerced,” and the world didn’t protest If you put a frog straight into boiling […]
Last year, we reported how one Jewish gentleman gathered attention with his solitary protest in London. Now, Jewish support for Uyghurs is growing everywhere.
Beijing is ramping up transfers of Uyghurs into forced labor outside of their region, according to an Australian think tank set up to probe human rights violations in Xinjiang.
Oxford University Press publishes Massimo Introvigne’s survey of the most persecuted religious movement in China
Citing Huawei’s complicity in slavery and oppression, British Uyghurs are appealing to the British Government to reverse a decision to allow it to run part of the UK’s 5G network.
Scholar Adrian Zenz exposes how what is advertised as an anti-poverty program in Xinjiang is in fact just another tool to deprive Uyghurs of their identity and coerce them into slave labor.
An influential British think tank, the Henry Jackson Society, has published the most detailed legal paper so far on Chinese liabilities for the epidemic.
Evidence piles up and videos document the massive transfer of Turkic workers sent to work in Chinese factories outside of Xinjiang.