Category Archives: Eastern Turkestan

Uyghur News (Monday, December 21, 2020)

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-AP Interview: China signals shift but no letup in Xinjiang

-Forced labour and Joe Biden: EU parliamentarians say no to deal with Beijing

-How Business Can Boost Human Rights In 2021

-China: Uyghur woman resent to Xinjiang camp after sister tweets about her plight from Sweden

-Additional Restrictions on the Issuance of Visas for People’s Republic of China Officials Engaged in Human Rights Abuses

-Undeterred by ICC decision, Uighurs hail EU, UK steps toward holding China accountable

-US restricts visas of Chinese officials suspected of human rights abuses

-Is China Committing Genocide against the Uighur People?

Uyghur News (Saturday – Sunday, December 19 – 20, 2020)

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-Uighurs: China’s Marketplace Giant Alibaba Admits It Created Software Used To Track Ethnic Minority

-China puts Han official in charge of ethnic minority affairs as Beijing steps up push for integration

-Turkey group seeks probe into Uyghur activist’s death

-Zoom executive accused of suppressing online meetings for China

-‘Evidence of forced Uyghur labour’ in China is ‘credible’ according to UK foreign minister

-Pakistan, China’s espionage operations exposed through presence of Chinese spies in Afghanistan

-Xinjiang forced labour concerns threaten to derail China’s investment deal with EU

-China has opened a new front in its criminal war against Muslims in western China

-Salih Hudayar on China’s Uyghur Genocide

-Alibaba Responds To Using ‘Tech Software’ That Identified Uighurs

-What Happened To The Promise Of Never Again?

Uyghur News (Thursday – Friday, December 17 – 18, 2020)

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-European Parliament resolution would seek sanctions on Chinese officials in Xinjiang

-‘Will they let us live?’ Inside Xinjiang, survivors of China’s internment camps speak

-Report: China’s forced labor in Xinjiang cotton is sizable

-Decoding China’s new Uighur-focused special forces video

-Alibaba facial recognition tech specifically picks out Uighur minority – report

-Fashion retailers must prove products have no Uighur slave labour involvement, says MP

-Hold China to account for Uighur abuses

-‘China monitors social media posts of Uyghurs settled abroad’

-ICC Prosecutor Says Cambodia’s Uyghur Deportation Insufficient to Initiate Investigation

-‘I need to believe the Uyghurs can survive and not be erased’

-China’s turbocharged repression of Uighur Muslims; here’s how Xi Jinping govt has reached a new low

-China’s Surveillance Of Uighurs’ Relatives abroad Exposed In Attempt To Gag Sweden Settler

-More Evidence of Xinjiang Atrocities — and More CCP Lies

-US Muslim groups accuse OIC of abetting China’s Uighur ‘genocide’

-‘I have nothing else’: Uighur man fights to join family in Canada

-Alibaba ‘dismayed’ by reports its software was used to identify Uyghurs

-European Parliament Adopts Resolution on Uyghurs Clearing Path For China Sanctions

-ICC refuses to investigate Chinese mass detention of Uighur Muslims

Uyghur News (Sunday – Wednesday, December 13 – 16, 2020)

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– UIC News for the week ending 11 Dec 2020:

– The Guardian view on China’s treatment of the Uighurs: from unthinkable to irrefutable

– US ban on China’s cotton can be advantage India in Ladakh. New Delhi must seize opportunity

– China faces charges of Uighur genocide – International Criminal Court

– United States: CBP Issues Detention Order On Cotton And Cotton Products Originating From The Xinjiang Production And Construction Corps

– US bill against Uyghur forced labor gets corporate lobbyist attention

– Preventing Uyghur Slave Labor Products Under The Tree. Maybe Next Year.

– Uighur repression ‘turbocharged by technology,’ confidential documents show

– Hampstead protest defending Uighur Muslims takes to Volkswagen Finchley Road

– Tomlinson: American businesses should stand up to China’s human rights abuses

– China continues to arrest, imprison Uyghurs despite international backlash, says experts

– Rick Scott Calls on State Department to Look Closer at China’s Treatment of the Uyghurs

– Uighur alarm: Huawei worked with companies to build tools that track people by ethnicity

– China avoids ICC prosecution over Xinjiang for now, but pressure is growing

– Uighurs in China being forced into hard, manual labour including cotton picking: Report

– ICC Rejects Uyghur Plea for Investigation of China

– ICC prosecutor rejects Uighur genocide complaint against China

– Xinjiang: more than half a million forced to pick cotton, report suggests

– China Forcing Hundreds Of Thousands Of Minorities Into Hard Labour, BBC Confirms

– Pompeo slams China’s treatment of Uyghurs, compares it to Nazi

– Griezmann ends Huawei sponsorship as criticism of China’s treatment of Uyghurs grows

– Chief Rabbi launches scathing attack on China’s persecution of Uyghur Muslims

– Examining the Persecution of Uighur Muslims in China, Part 3

-As China Tracked Muslims, Alibaba Showed Customers How They Could, Too

-China’s Oppressed Uighurs Made COVID-19 Protection Sold Throughout Europe

-How China uses Internet trolls to help cover up its atrocities

-IOC accused of ignoring human rights for 2022 Beijing Games

-China: Renewed calls for action on forced labour in Uyghur region as fresh evidence emerges

-Voice of the Jewish News: The Chief Rabbi and China

-Hanukkah celebrates our triumph over genocide. Uighurs are undergoing one right now.

-UK business ‘must wake up’ to China’s Uighur cotton slaves

-Uighur lawyers collecting new evidence to back ICC case

Uyghur News (Saturday – Friday, December 05 – 11, 2020)

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– The World Needs a Powerful America—the Tragic Alternative Is Xinjiang—-tragic-alternative-xinjiang-1738

– Poetry, the soul of Uighur culture, on verge of extinction in Xinjiang

– ‘Do you know that I am with you?’: Uighur poetry preserves culture under attack

– Ministers face double defeat in Lords over China trading links

– Corporate greed fuels human rights violations against Uyghur Muslims in China

– Uyghur Youth Transferred to Xinjiang After Detention Tied to Critical Videos That Went Viral

– Uyghurs Wait Nervously for Biden China Policy As ‘Genocide’ Continues

– U.S. lawmakers ask Intel, Nvidia about sale of tech to China used against Uighurs

– Uyghur Scholar Rahile Dawut Named Honorary Professor in the Humanities by the Open Society University Network

– British Parliamentarians Affirm: ‘We Will Not Trade With States Perpetrating Genocide’


– Big data ‘turbocharged’ repression in China’s Xinjiang, rights group says

– China is doubling down in Xinjiang

– America at Large: Nike must wake up to human rights

– ‘Uyghur Genocide’: Raza Academy Chief, Five Others Stage Protest Outside Chinese Consulate, Detained by Mumbai Police

– US cotton ban against Xinjiang-based XPCC has strategic value for India

– Protests In Bangladesh’s Cities Against China, Pakistan For Persecution Of Minorities

– ICC asks for more evidence on Uighur genocide claims

– Uighur family freed after three years, and reunited in Australia

Uyghur News (Thursday – Friday, December 03 – 04, 2020)

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– Uighurs forced to eat pork as China expands Xinjiang pig farms

– Exclusive | Xinjiang: US moves swiftly to enforce ban on cotton products linked to forced labour

– A Uighur poem of ‘unimaginable suffering’ travels from Chinese internment camp to New Jersey

– United States imposes visa curbs on members of Chinese Communist Party

– China says U.S. fabricating news of forced labour in Xinjiang

– U.S. bans cotton imports from China producer XPCC citing Xinjiang ‘slave labor’

– China Continues to Restrict Religious Freedom

– The truth behind China’s forced confessions

– Opinion|China- Pak: Why they are allies and not in an alliance

Secretary of State Pompeo Meets with Human Rights Campaigners

Southern Mongolian representatives Mr. Enghebatu Togochog (left 6) and Mr. Dugarjab L. Hotala (left 4) along with the Committee on Present Danger China members and other captive nations representatives, meet with the United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (center), Assistant Secretary Robert A. Destro (left 1) and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s top advisor Miles Yu (Yu Maochun, right 1)

Uyghur News (Monday – Wednesday,November 30 – December 2, 2020)

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– Australian researcher hits back at Chinese tabloid over Xinjiang report

– Former Xinjiang official expelled from China’s Communist Party over corruption allegations

– ‘Why Won’t You Let The Uyghurs Tell The World What’s Happening?’

– With Donald Trump going, who in the free world will stand up for Uighurs now?

– Chinese Premier calls for strengthening counter-terrorism cooperation among SCO members

– Xinjiang: deadline passes for US firms to cut XPCC from supply chains

– Nike, Coca-Cola, others reportedly lobbying against Uighur Chinese labor bill

– The Nazi Inspiring China’s Communists

– Major U.S. Corporations Oppose Bill Banning Goods Produced by Forced Labor in China

– Covid: Daily Mail gave NHS masks linked to Chinese Uighur factory

– Japan Acts Against China’s Repression Of Uyghur Muslims

Uyghur News (Friday – Saturday, November 27 – 28, 2020)

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– Assistant Secretary of State Marie Royce met with ethnic Kazakhs and Uyghurs formerly detained in internment camps in Xinjiang


– Chinese doctors jailed for illegally harvesting organs of accident victims

– Saudi Arabia must free its Uyghur detainees


– Plight of Uighur kids revealed on World Children’s Day

– How Beijing can reduce US-China tensions ahead of the Biden presidency

-Beijing Takes Its South China Sea Strategy to the Himalayas

– Exiled Uyghur youths in Turkey face hardships as China continues oppression in Xinjiang

– London: Billboards against China’s Chen Quanguo

Uyghur News (Monday – Wednesday, November 23 – 25, 2020)

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– Chinese authorities detaining hundreds of Uyghur Imams in Xinjiang

– China Obscures Probes Into Xinjiang Cotton Supply Chain

– Uighur scholar arrested in Saudi Arabia at risk of deportation to China

– Where Is Uyghur Folklore Expert Rahile Dawut?

– Saudi Arabia: Clarify Status of Uyghur Detainees

– Pope Francis Finally Acknowledges China’s Persecution of Muslim Uighurs

– China approves four coal mines in Xinjiang region

– China says pope’s remarks about ‘persecuted’ Uighurs are groundless

– China Disappeared My Professor. It Can’t Silence His Poetry.

– ICC complaint alleging Uighur genocide cites China Cables as evidence

– Saudi Arabia Must Explain Detention of Two Uyghur Chinese Nationals: Rights Group

– Pope Francis refers to China’s Uyghurs as ‘persecuted’ for the first time

– China Calls Pope’s Comments on Uighurs ‘Totally Groundless’

– If the world does not hold China accountable, a second Holocaust could be part of history