by Ruth Ingram
- When Planes Crash: The Similar Fates of Prigozhin and Uyghur Leader Ehmetjan Qasimi
In August 2023, Prigozhin’s plane crashed—or was crashed by Putin. In August 1949, the plane carrying the leaders of independent East Turkestan crashed—or was crashed by Stalin.
- Incorrigible Hikvision: Despite Denials, It Continues to Supply Uyghur Recognition Software
To avoid being banned in the West, Hikvision, the CCP-owned giant video surveillance company, claimed in 2022 it had stopped offering its racist video analytics systems. It was a lie.
- The Campaign for Uyghurs Workshop in Vienna: Is Pro-Uyghur Advocacy at Its Turning Point?
The fourth training event hosted by Rushan Abbas’s organization was a great success. “Bitter Winter” was there.
- The Last Words of a Uyghur Father: A Son’s Memory
A son remembers his last telephone conversation with his father in East Turkestan six years ago. After that, the father “disappeared.”