Despite international protests, Thailand keeps Uyghur refugees in overcrowded detention camps and threatens to send them back to China.
The Genocide of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang
Citizens of the upper-class suburb of Hampstead have become accustomed to Andrew. Come rain or shine, this Orthodox Jews protests every week against CCP atrocities.
Unity, cooperation, and network were the three keywords of an extraordinary event held in Washington, D.C., by the élite of the persecuted Xinjiang diaspora.
All-encompassing data on Muslim residents is collected and used against them to justify mass detentions in the name of counter-terrorism.
The daily experience of Bitter Winter in covering the topic and how best civil society can leverage this critical coverage. Or, one by one, we make a difference.
After her husband was taken by the CCP police and “disappeared,” Nafisa became a de facto widow and fled to Turkey. Life is not easy for Uyghur refugees there.
Uyghurs gather to break the Ramadan fast together, and tell Bitter Winter how the CCP is breaking families and causing “spiritual sickness” in their community.
Yosef Roth is a Jew who thinks that as a Jewish believer he must try to relieve the sorrow of oppressed Muslims. He founded “Uyghur Rally” with Corby Johnson.
A Uyghur woman living in Shanxi tells her sad story. Uyghurs living elsewhere in China are sent back to Xinjiang and arrested there if they look like devout Muslims.