Beijing’s incendiary response to “interference in its internal affairs” as the People’s Tribunal prepares to open.
Gulbahar Jalilova breaks the silence and talks about horrific sexual abuse and forced abortions in Xinjiang’s detention facilities for women.
A University of Oxford report shows 98,000 tweets were connected with a Chinese program spreading the propaganda statements of Beijing’s ambassador in London.
During an event gathered by the U.S., UK, and Germany, 18 countries vowed to break the United Nations’ silence on the Uyghur genocide.
No time to sit idly, MPs and Uyghur activists tell the UK government: the historical vote should now have practical consequences.
Finally, atrocities committed by Chinese Communist Party in Xinjiang are officially called by their name in the United Kingdom.
Those who tell the truth are sanctioned by the CCP. Those still allowed to visit China and attend events there are asked to stop telling the truth.
As lockdown begins to ease in Britain, demonstrations outside the Chinese Embassy in London started again. Bitter Winter was there, too.
Each of the Four Cups was raised to symbolize Uyghur’s captivity and hoped-for deliverance.