August 30 was the International Day of the Disappeared. Bitter Winter interviewed exiled Uyghurs who are in the vain search of their loved ones.
Starting from Xinjiang and Tibet, the Chinese government wants to collect DNA and other biological data of all citizens. Yes, it may help solving unsolved crimes, but also persecuting dissidents and ethnic minorities more effectively.
For no other reason than being a Uyghur, Mewlan disappeared in 2017. His sister did not give up, and discovered he is in jail for nine years for “separatism.”
The Uyghur Human Rights Project reveals new details on Beijing’s massive campaign to persuade the world that there is no persecution in Xinjiang.
From Secretary Pompeo to the Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales, UN experts, and a coalition of 190 NGOs, many are now breaking the silence.
Although China did not sign the treaty establishing the court in The Hague, London attorney Rodney Dixon believe jurisdiction against Beijing can be asserted there.
A new study by Adrian Zenz proves that Muslim women in Xinjiang are massively subjected to forced abortion, sterilized, and fitted with IUDs.
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 […]