Uyghur News (Wednesday – Sunday, November 18 – 22, 2020)

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– Taking action as millions of Uighur Muslims are tortured in Xinjiang, China

– ‘Uighur Jail’ Note Found in St. Petersburg Shoe Alarms Human Right Experts

– Uyghur refugees speak out against genocide and crimes against humanity

– Why Hollywood turns a blind eye to China’s human rights abuses

– Japan watching human rights conditions in China’s Xinjiang’s-xinjiang

– “Help! I’m in jail in China”: provocation, fake, or a cry from the heart of Uyghur people?

– China’s Surveillance State Sucks Up Data. U.S. Tech Is Key to Sorting It.

– Apple said to be among US companies lobbying against Uighur forced labor bill

– China Targets Muslim Scholars And Writers With Increasingly Harsh Restrictions

– Putting the spotlight on a genocide; Canada’s small Uighur community struggles to make people understand

– China has a long history of Uyghur discrimination: Activists

– China-Sensitive Topics at US Universities Draw More Online Harassment

– IndustriALL Global Union endorses to end Uyghur forced labour

– Apple is lobbying a against a bill aimed at stopping forced labor in China

– Xinjiang Authorities Have Detained Hundreds of Imams, Upending Uyghur Religious Life

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