New York [US], June 10 (ANI): Uighur diaspora members of the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region of China are accused of vague terrorism by Chinese authorities by publicly speaking about arbitrary family detention and criticizing human rights abuses. confronting. Watch (HRW).
Many Uighurs in the Diaspora have been separated from their families since 2017 after Chinese authorities have stepped up their latest “strike hard” campaign and imposed collective punishment, and appropriate groups say they oppose the Chinese government. Remarks are becoming more and more dangerous. To relatives who are still in Xinjiang.
According to HRW, Chinese authorities often use vague allegations of terrorism to silence government critics. The Chinese government has not released public information to substantiate the accusations filed against these people.
“Governments (around the world) expressing concern over the horrific rights situation in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region should allow Beijing to stop collective punishment of families and allow those who want to leave China to do so. You shouldn’t leave it to us, only the courageous activists who fight for safety. “
On Wednesday, the government of the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region hosted a press conference claiming to feature Uighur family and friends in exile abroad.
Attendees spoke to Uighurs and other survivors who recently provided testimony to the Uighur Court, an independent investigation into genocide and alleged crimes against humanity in the Uighur region.
According to China’s Inter-Parliamentary Policy Alliance (IPAC), the Chinese government has a history of broadcasting compulsory confessions and forcing families of foreign activists.
A democratic parliamentary alliance has accused “cruel and pointless attempts” of threatening Uighurs and others against abuse by the Chinese state.
A ruthless testimony of the torture of a Muslim minority is blatantly taking place in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region in northwestern China at a four-day hearing in a London-based court on the treatment of Uighurs earlier this week. Revealed by witnesses depicting human rights abuses.
The hearing was held June 4-7 under nine UK-based juries of the “Uighur Court” who heard allegations of committing a serious crime against Uighurs.
The Uighur referee was launched in September last year. It is not affiliated with any government and the decision of the London Court is not binding. (Ani)
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