Qelbinur Sidik, Omir Bekali, and Abduweli Ayup told more horrific details of sexual and physical abuse to the Uyghur Tribunal—and to Bitter Winter.
Electric rods were used on male prisoners’ private parts, hammers were used to break the legs of inmates, some were left to starve while others ate in front of them.
One witness testified that she and 100 other inmates were forced to watch prison guards rape a young girl in front of them.
Gulbahar Jalilova breaks the silence and talks about horrific sexual abuse and forced abortions in Xinjiang’s detention facilities for women.
New camps are established around factories (for forced labor) but also around hospitals, perhaps connected with organ harvesting.
Is the UK ethically confused, complicit, or simply naive in the face of Beijing’s incremental encroachment on key areas of its infrastructure?
The CCP has shamelessly attacked the character of Uyghur women who have courageously testified to the rape and torture they endured or witnessed with their own eyes.
The full force of the Party’s propaganda is deployed against women and men who dared to speak. Even their relatives in China are compelled to testify against them.
In desperation, they demonstrated before the Chinese consulates in Almaty, Kazakhstan and Istanbul, Turkey. Each had a story of persecution and abuse.