A photographic journey through a region whose identity is threatened by “sinicization.”
Beijing’s war on terror is reining in Christians, adding to fears that its mission is not only to stamp out Islam, but also to strike hard at the Uyghur nation itself.
A journalist who was arrested and tortured for being a member of The Church of Almighty God tells his story as a prisoner of faith in China.
President Xi Jinping’s dream of a “big family of the Chinese nation” came closer this Spring Festival, with a concerted drive to assimilate Uyghur Muslims as never before.
The disappearance of Uyghur artist Sanubar Tursun highlights a staggering truth: the G Word is a reality.
Great media coverage and two petitions to free them is an occasion to publicly share some details on their capture, detention and present state.
A seminar of scholars and politicians in the European Parliament loses an excellent opportunity to put respect for human rights at the top of priorities.
China’s public security officials prioritize extreme measures to avoid or resist possible mass anti-government uprisings, singling out believers.
A major three-partisan conference on religious freedom in China held at the European Parliament urged international institutions to wake up in the face of CCP brutality.