Three victims tell stories of ordinary persecution for the Muslims, arrested simply for growing a beard, wearing a headscarf or reading the Quran.
The Genocide of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang
Since spring 2017, Chinese authorities have increased their suppression efforts against Islam, demolishing innumerable mosques and sending Muslims to re-education camps.
The Chinese Communist Party has repurposed the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Xigebi, the city of Kumul in Xinjiang for a conversion study group, or as it is more commonly known as a transformation through education camp. Bitter Winter has obtained a short video showing the outside of the camp. A fence with barbed […]
Source: Direct Reports from China Date: July 7, 2018 Over two hundred Muslim Uyghur children, from seven to seventeen-years-old, ended up in the welfare system of the Xinjiang’s city of Bole because their parents and relatives have been arrested and sent to the so-called “re-education camps.” Thirty teachers are responsible for the care of the children.
Source: The Globe and Mail Date: July 5, 2018 Chinese officials have denied the existence of the re-education camps and refused to accept inspections from foreign countries, which adds to the concerns over human-rights violations in China, reports Canadian daily The Globe and Mail. A growing body of evidence shows that such centers are widespread […]
Source: Direct Reports from China Date: July 2, 2018 Chinese Communist authorities have created an immense network of “re-education” camps for Muslim Uyghurs in Xinjiang since the beginning of its massive “sinicization of religion” campaign. Presented as the adaptation of religion to China’s socialist society, the case of Muslim Uyghurs, in fact, looks like a […]
Source: Direct Reports from China Date: June 27, 2018 Chinese Communist Party (CCP) police arrested almost all male Muslims over the age of thirty in a village in Xinjiang and sent them to “transformation through education camps” – an immense network of camps for native Uyghur ethnic minority set up by the government as part of […]
Article based on direct reports from China, June 26, 2018 Since the beginning of 2018, Chinese authorities have been implementing the so-called “home-stay” program in Xinjiang Province – over a million Communist Party cadres, officials of state institutions, and employees of government-run organizations are sent to live with Muslim Uyghur minority families to indoctrinate them […]
Source: Direct Reports from China Date: June 9, 2018 Since April 2017, the Chinese Communist Party has been conducting ceremonies of allegiance to the Party in government institutions, enterprises, as well as colleges and universities. Party and league members are called together to swear to listen to the Party’s words, follow the Party, and absolutely […]