The new law is a tougher version of a bill passed last September in Senate. It still needs Senate and President Trump’s approval—and a look at context.
The Genocide of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang
Two Uyghur leaders comment on the scoop by The New York Times. Will this change the world’s attitude toward China’s crimes, or everything will remain as it is?
Xinjiang Muslims who live outside the region are put under harsh surveillance and control, discriminated against under the pretext of “de-radicalization.”
Uyghur refugee Tahir Imim reveals to Bitter Winter a major Muslim scandal—and evidence of the pervasive CCP influence on Arab countries
Unlawfully detained since 2014, the famous economist has now received one of the highest European awards. For the CCP, denying repression in Xinjiang becomes even more untenable.
Turkey needs China’s support and tourists. The government is covering Istanbul with signs in Mandarin, something Uyghur refugees regard as offensive.
Coming home is usually a happy occasion. But for Uyghurs who work outside Xinjiang, every visit to the native region may end with detention in an internment camp.
“To control Xinjiang youth means to control the region’s future” seems to be the slogan behind the CCP’s campaign to educate Muslim children in the Han environment.
Xi Jinping celebrated with great fanfare the 70th anniversary of the Communist victory in China. The Uyghurs try to tell the world that all that glitters is not gold.