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?
Led by Britain, 23 countries denounce mass detention of Uyghurs. China mobilizes its usual Axis of Shame to react. Sadly, a few European Countries, including Italy, did not sign the critical document.
Is Something Rotten in the World Bank? A Story of Money Given to China for Charity That It Used to Oppress People in Xinjiang
A Letter by the Congressional-Executive Commission on China to the World Bank rises the issue and voices concern. “Foreign Policy” magazine says it’s not the first time.
Amid international condemnation, China is falsifying information about the real situation in re-education camps and spreads lies through propaganda.
Beijing has published a document claiming that the transformation though education camps in Xinjiang are just beautiful schools. This bunch of lies should fool no one.
Relatives of The Church of Almighty God members who are sent to internment camps are surveilled by the state and forced to undergo “political conversion.”
Xinjiang CCP leaders claim that the majority of the camps’ inmates have found “suitable work.” In fact, they have not been released but are compelled to work in factories built inside the camps.
Judge rules that the proper venue for the trial of the human rights activist who exposed the horrors of China camps is Almaty rather than Nur-Sultan.
Another 13 countries, including Iran, signed the letter supporting the CCP’s horrific treatment of Uyghurs and other Muslims in Xinjiang.