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  • China arrests leading Uyghur intellectual
    Detention of Halmurat Ghopur part of widening crackdown on prominent ethnic group members, observers say Authorities in China’s northwestern Xinjiang region have detained a leading Uyghur intellectual for displaying “nationalistic tendencies,” according to a source in exile, amid a widening crackdown on prominent ethnic group members.
  • Uyghur Muslims: Victims of the World’s Largest Ethnic Cleansing.
    Published by CJ Werleman Independent, a crowdfunded investigative journalism project that seeks to expose and end Western injustices against Muslims. Please SUPPORT his fight against injustice by clicking here. China is carrying out a systematic campaign to ethnically cleanse up to 15 million Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang, or rather what was East Turkistan until China began occupying and colonizing the region in 1949.
    2018-01-11,Extra Newsfeed
  • Uyghur Inmates in Xinjiang’s Korla City Endure Overcrowded Re-Education Camps
    Political re-education camp inmates in Korla (in Chinese, Kuerle) city, in northwest China’s Xinjiang region, endure cramped and squalid conditions in facilities where as many as 1,000 detainees are admitted every few days, according to a former official. Since April last year, ethnic Uyghurs accused of harboring “extremist” and “politically incorrect” views have been detained in re-education camps throughout Xinjiang, where members of the ethnic group have long complained of pervasive discrimination, religious repression, and cultural suppression under Chinese rule.
    2018-01-03,Radio Free Asia
  • The Plot Behind China’s Suppression of Uyghurs in Xinjiang
    UK Uighur Association representative and former medical surgeon Enver Tohti recently sat down with The Epoch Times to break down misconceptions about protests and riots that have happened in recent years in Xinjiang.
    2018-01-03,The Epoch Times
  • Interview: ‘I Thought I Had Completed My Duty as a Father’
    Naman Bawdun, a Uyghur former head and Communist Party secretary of Awat township’s Bashawat village, in Bayin’gholin Mongol (in Chinese, Bayinguoleng Menggu) Autonomous Prefecture’s Korla (Kuerle) city, was one of only four residents of Xinjiang to have ever received China’s “Ethnic Unity Prize.” His wife, Patigul Dawut, was an active party member, while his daughter had a promising career as a police officer. But all of that ended in October, after authorities detained Dawut for allegedly “allowing others to preach religion” at her factory. Bawdun recently told Shohret Hoshur of RFA’s Uyghur Service about the difficulties his family has faced in recent months.
    2018-01-03,Radio Free Asia
  • In Xinjiang, ‘speaking out loud is very dangerous’
    In China’s handling of the Xinjiang region, particularly its largely Muslim Uyghur population, scholars see echoes of North Korea and South African apartheid The streets in China’s far western Xinjiang region are lined with surveillance cameras, even in rural villages. In some cities, police stations have been erected every 500 metres. Public buildings are surrounded with security worthy of a military outpost. Authorities use facial recognition and body scanners at highway checkstops.
    2017-12-29,The Globe and Mail
  • ‘I Just Left, Taking my Son With Me’
    Li Aijie, wife of jailed rights activist Zhang Haitao, a critic of the ruling Chinese Communist Party’s treatment of the mostly Muslim Uyghur ethnic group, landed with the couple’s young child in the United States on Dec. 23 after fleeing China via Thailand. She had been targeted for threats by local authorities after Zhang was handed a 19-year jail term by the Intermediate People’s Court in Urumqi, regional capital of the northwestern region of Xinjiang, on Jan. 15, 2016. She spoke to RFA’s Cantonese Service about her escape, and her plans for the future:
    2017-12-29,Radio Free Asia
  • Uyghur Biodata Collection in China
    The state is collecting biometric data from the Uyghur population as part of a new identification card system. Along with DNA collection, they are creating a registry of fingerprints, blood types, voice patterns, facial imagery – all of which will be correlated to ethnicity, employment, gender, age, foreign travel history, household registration, individual and family criminal history, and religious practice.
    2017-12-28,The Diplomat
  • The Guardian view on surveillance in China: Big Brother is watching
    “Orwellian” is a much-abused word; but in the case of Xinjiang, in China, its use is entirely apposite. Authorities’ grip on the resource-rich, violence-stricken north-western region – and most of all on the lives of its Uighur Muslims – grows tighter by the day. Orwell would recognise the relentlessness of surveillance, the innovative means employed, and the linguistic distortions that underline rather than disguise the exercise of power.
    2017-12-28,The Guardian
  • China to Punish ‘Two-Faced’ Uyghur Officials in New Reward Scheme
    Rewards provided by authorities in northwest China’s Xinjiang region to tipsters for outing would-be “terrorists” are also being offered to those reporting ethnic Uyghur officials and public figures suspected of “disloyalty” to Beijing, according to sources.
    2017-12-26,Radio Free Asia
  • AP Exclusive: Uighurs fighting in Syria take aim at China
    ISTANBUL (AP) — It was mid-afternoon when the Chinese police officers barged into Ali’s house set against cotton fields outside the ancient Silk Road trading post of Kashgar. The Uighur farmer and his cowering parents watched them rummage through the house until they found two books in his bedroom — a Quran and a handbook on dealing with interrogations.
  • Uighur militants in Syria look to Zionism as model for their homeland
    ISTANBUL (AP) — It was mid-afternoon when the Chinese police officers barged into Ali’s house set against cotton fields outside the ancient Silk Road trading post of Kashgar. The Uighur farmer and his cowering parents watched them rummage through the house until they found two books in his bedroom — a Quran and a handbook on dealing with interrogations.
    2017-12-22,The Times of Israel
  • Historians Dismiss Chinese Claims to Xinjiang Based on Han Dynasty Literature
    Recent government efforts to link northwest China’s majority Uyghur Xinjiang region to territorial claims associated with an ancient Chinese imperial dynasty “lack scientific standing” and are part of a bid by Beijing to legitimize repressive policies in the area, according to scholars.
    2017-12-22,Radio Free Asia
  • China’s Custody Following Voluntary Return From Egypt
    Two Uyghur students who were detained after voluntarily returning to northwest China’s Xinjiang region from Egypt this year amid a call by authorities for members of the ethnic group living abroad to travel home have died in police custody, according to sources.
    2017-12-21,Radio Free Asia
  • Xinjiang authorities bust online terrorism cases
    The authorities in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region busted 10 cases and detained 14 men for spreading extremist and illegal content online in October and November.
    2017-12-20,Global Times
  • Chinese Troops Arrive in Syria to Fight Uyghur Rebels
    The Syrian conflict has an endless capability to surprise analysts as seemingly every other day a new element, unprecedented in the Syrian civil war, comes to the surface. Such is the case with the arrival of the first Chinese Army special forces unit, “the Night Tigers,” to Syria’s Tartous port on the Mediterranean, according to reports in Arab media close to the Assad and Tehran regimes (the Al-Mayadeen TV channel).2 The Night Tigers were dispatched by Beijing to fight the Uyghurs, the Muslim Chinese ethnic group fighting with the rebel forces against the Assad regime.
    2017-12-20,Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
  • China’s Creditor Imperialism
    Just as European imperial powers employed gunboat diplomacy, China is using sovereign debt to bend other states to its will. As Sri Lanka’s handover of the strategic Hambantota port shows, states caught in debt bondage to the new imperial giant risk losing both natural assets and their very sovereignty.
    2017-12-20,Project Syndicate
  • China Detains Kazakhs During ‘Unity Week’ in Troubled Xinjiang Region
    Chinese authorities in the northwestern region of Xinjiang have detained dozens of people for retweeting electronic greetings cards celebrating independence day in neighboring Kazakhstan, which marks its independence from the former Soviet Union on Dec. 16, RFA has learned.
    2017-12-18,Radio Free Asia
  • China Digital Police State
    In this Nov. 3, 2017 photo, Chinese police officers question passerby along the roadside in Hotan in western China’s Xinjiang region. Authorities are using detentions in political indoctrination centers and data-driven surveillance to impose a digital police state in the region of Xinjiang and its Uighurs, a 10-million strong, Turkic-speaking Muslim minority Beijing fears could be influenced by extremism. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
    2017-12-17,The Gazette
  • China Collecting DNA From All Uyghurs in Xinjiang Under Guise of Free Physicals
    Authorities are collecting DNA samples and other biometric data from all residents aged 12-65 of northwest China’s Xinjiang region, which is home to more than 11 million Muslim ethnic Uyghurs, under the pretext of a free health care program, a leading human rights group said Wednesday.
    2017-12-13,Radio Free Asia
  • Uyghur Woman Dies of Condition Left Untreated in Chinese Police Detention
    An ethnic Uyghur woman jailed for “attempting to flee the country” has died due to complications from a medical condition that was left untreated while in detention, according to her husband, who said that authorities illegally detained his wife after she applied for a passport.
    2017-12-12,Radio Free Asia
  • China and the Turkestan Islamic Party: From Separatism to World Jihad
    Analysis of military actions in Syria in the past month shows that Uyghur militants of Turkestan Islamic Party(TIP) hold their positions taken up earlier in Idlib province and are in no haste to go back to China. On November 23, 2017, the media center of TIPIslam Avazi (Voice of Islam)via Telegram posted a video in which jihadists destroyed two tanksТ-62 and nearly ten soldiers of the Syrian army. TIP used advanced anti-tank weapons, armored vehicles and drones, which confirms its good military technical capability.
    2017-12-09,Modern Diplomacy
  • Large oil field discovered in Xinjiang
    URUMQI — An oil company announced Thursday that it had found a conglomerate oil field with an estimated one-billion-tonne reserve in the Junggar Basin in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
    2017-12-01,China daily
  • China’s ‘three warfares’ in Xinjiang
    There has been extensive analysis of China’s use of ‘three warfares’ — public opinion, psychological warfare and legal warfare — in the context of external issues like the South China Sea dispute and the Doklam standoff with India. But China has also deployed elements of the ‘three warfares’ to counter a primarily domestic security challenge: the threat of Uyghur militancy, radicalisation and terrorism in Xinjiang.
    2017-11-27,East Asia Forum
  • Zubayra Shamseden Speaks at the Twelfth Annual Interfaith/Interethnic Leadership Conference in Tokyo
    Zubayra Shamseden, UHRP’s Chinese Outreach Coordinator, attended the Twelfth Annual Interfaith/Interethnic Leadership Conference from November 14th to 17th, 2017 in Tokyo, Japan. Organized by Initiatives for China, the conference seeks to promote understanding and cooperation among various religious and ethnic groups to help advance democracy and human rights. This year Professor Ilham Tohti was one of the recipients of the 2017 Citizen Power Award, along with Wang Qiaoling, representing the 709 Lawyers’ families and Makino Seishu, an advocate of human rights in China.
    2017-11-20,Uyghur Human Rights Project
  • China: Authorities Raid Thousands Of Muslim Homes
    Authorities in China’s northwestern Xinjiang region have reportedly searched the homes of 30,000 members of the Muslim Kazakh ethnic group over the last few weeks, confiscating Qurans, prayer mats and other religious items.
    2017-11-20,Eurasia Review
  • UNPO Roundly Condemns Detention of Thirty Members of Uyghur Leader’s Family by Chinese Authorities
    Around 30 relatives of Uyghur leader and prominent human rights activist Rebiya Kadeer have been arbitrarily detained by Chinese authorities in East Turkestan, soon after her participation in the launch of the Uyghur Friendship Group at the European Parliament. UNPO calls for the immediate release of all family members of Ms Kadeer and condemns the systematic persecution and the rampant use of human rights abuses against the Uyghur people of East Turkestan.
  • Inside out: My visit to China’s Muslim majority Xinjiang province
    China’s northwestern province, Xinjiang, has a bad reputation. For outside observers, it is unstable and violence-plagued, home to an estimated 23 million-strong Muslim Uighur minority struggling for its rights. But not everyone who lives here agrees with the definition. “Look at me. Do I look oppressed?” asks Dilshad, an ethnic Uighur, who lives in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang. Clad in a T-shirt and jeans, the 21-year-old is out with his friends tonight to watch a movie at a local cinema. “Trust me, our life is good,” he adds with a smirk.
    2017-11-16,Geo Television Network
  • There’s more than one way to build a tree, 374m-year-old fossils reveal
    In the world of knee-high land plants 400m years ago, the battle to grow tall was won by plants which found biomechanical solutions to fight gravity. Vascular plants had already evolved a plumbing system, allowing them to transport water, and the food produced by photosynthesis, around the plant. The water-conducting cells in the xylem – dead, hollow and stiffened by the polymer lignin – also afforded them some structural support. But there are limits to the height that a plant can grow with a stem of fixed girth.
    2017-11-15,The Guardian
  • On Thin Ice: Xinjiang Glacier Could Melt Away in 50 Years
    XINJIANG, Northwest China — As travelers make their way through scattered rocks and streams toward the mouth of Urumqi River, they may have a shrinking feeling as the enormous Urumqi Glacier No. 1 towers over them. But this giant is rapidly diminishing. Over the course of just a year, sections of the glacier receded more than six meters.
    2017-11-15,Sixth Tone
  • An Eye-Witness’ Testimony on “Ethnic Cleansing” in Uyghur Homeland
    The increased crackdown measures of the Chinese government towards Uyghurs under their new regulation called ‘de-extremization’ resulted in ‘ethnic cleansing’. One of such examples is Abdurehim’s story who lives in Turkey in exile after found it extremely difficult to live under Chinese pressure in China’s Uyghur region.
  • Among Those Detained in Xinjiang’s Kashgar
    Family members of ethnic Uyghur security personnel in northwest China’s Xinjiang region, who authorities had previously considered “off limits,” are among those now being detained as part of “stability” measures the officers have been tasked with enforcing, according to sources.
    2017-11-06,Radio Free Asia
  • Xinjiang Residents Told to Hand Over ‘Two-Faced’ Officials
    Authorities in northwestern China’s Xinjiang are urging citizens to turn in ethnic Uyghur workers in government and other public sectors suspected of disloyalty toward Chinese policies in the politically sensitive region, sources say.
    2017-11-03,Radio Free Asia
  • 20 Uyghur students still missing in Egypt
    Around 20 Chinese Muslim Uyghur students living in Egypt’s capital Cairo are still missing four months after Egyptian authorities targeted the Chinese ethnic minority at China’s behest.
    2017-10-31,Middle East Monitor
  • How China is targeting its Uyghur ethnic minority abroad
    In a broad campaign to increase pressure on Uyghurs overseas, including those in Canada, Chinese authorities are using coercive measures on family members, recruiting people to spy and sending threats to get many from the ethnic minority group to return to China
    2017-10-29,The Globe and Mail Inc
  • China’s manipulation of UN human rights efforts must be stopped
    China’s growing appetite for global power isn’t hard to spot: military muscle-flexing in the South China Sea, the trillion-dollar New Silk Road development initiative, even its proliferation of Confucius Institutes, academic outposts to spread its version of history and politics.
    2017-09-12,FOX News Network, LLC.
  • China’s Uyghur killing fields in East Turkistan (Xinjiang) REPOST
    The commies in China have been harvesting organs from political prisoners from Uyghur (Uighurs) and Tibetans in Tibet and East Turkistan (Xinjiang). The commies shot a bullet in the victim’s chest not killing the person, but the spot the bullet hit acts like an anesthesia knocking the victim unconscious. The commies have discovered an organ extracted from a live body has a lower incident of rejection than an organ harvested from a dead body (a cadaver). Because of this the organ brings in a premium price.
  • In the Shadow of Beijing’s Rule: Uighur Life in the Ancient City of Kashgar
    On the morning of July 30, in the ancient Silk Road city of Kashgar, an imam named Juma Tahir led prayers to mark Eid al-Fitr. Soon after, the 74-year-old was found stabbed to death outside his 600-year-old mosque. His murder capped days of violence in China’s vast and troubled northwest — and, many fear, augured conflict to come.
    2017-08-07,Time Inc.
  • China’s dangerous ethnic policies in Xinjiang
    In the latest tightening of the screws on China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous region, authorities have banned the use of several baby names, including Muhammad, Haji, Islam and Imam.
    2017-06-12,East Asia Forum
  • Inside the Chinese lab poised to study world’s most dangerous pathogens
    Nature | News Sharing Print Share/bookmark Inside the Chinese lab poised to study world’s most dangerous pathogens Maximum-security biolab is part of plan to build network of BSL-4 facilities across China. David Cyranoski 22 February 2017 Updated: 23 February 2017 Wuhan, China Article tools PDF Rights & Permissions Wuhan Virology Institute Hazard suits hang at the National Bio-safety Laboratory, Wuhan, the first lab on the Chinese mainland equipped for the highest level of biocontainment. A laboratory in Wuhan is on the cusp of being cleared to work with the world’s most dangerous pathogens. The move is part of a plan to build between five and seven biosafety level-4 (BSL-4) labs across the Chinese mainland by 2025, and has generated much excitement, as well as some concerns.
    2017-02-22,Macmillan Publishers Limited
  • If you’re looking for Orwell’s 1984, go to China
    I’ve commented a number of times here on the efforts of the Chinese government to control its population via the internet through control of the Weibo instant messaging app, or the four thousand censors working round the clock to monitor the activities of the country’s estimated three hundred million users, as well as the fact that the Chinese authorities employ more people to censor the internet than are enrolled in its impressive army.
  • China 2016/2017
    The government continued to draft and enact a series of new national security laws that presented serious threats to the protection of human rights. The nationwide crackdown on human rights lawyers and activists continued throughout the year. Activists and human rights defenders continued to be systematically subjected to monitoring, harassment, intimidation, arrest and detention. Police detained increasing numbers of human rights defenders outside of formal detention facilities, sometimes without access to a lawyer for long periods, exposing the detainees to the risk of torture and other ill-treatment.
    2016-01-01,Amnesty International
  • Holding the fate of families in its hands, China controls refugees abroad
    How Beijing is infiltrating and intimidating Uighur exile communities, from the Americas to Europe to Australia. MONTREAL/MUNICH – Erkin Kurban, an ethnic Uighur from China’s frontier region of Xinjiang, left his homeland for Canada back in 1999. When he returned to Xinjiang for a visit in April 2013, he had not seen his family for more than 13 years. Kurban was especially excited about seeing his 85-year-old mother.
  • China’s Uyghur Problem
    China has a problem with its Western Xingjiang province. The population is about 60% Muslim, has a history of on-and-off independence,  speaks a Turkic language unrelated to Chinese, and is separatist. They are violently resisting China’s centrally planned migration of Han Chinese into the region, whom they see as colonial invaders to be expelled.
    2015-07-18,American Thinker
  • Who are the Uighurs?
    The Uighurs are Muslims. They regard themselves as culturally and ethnically close to Central Asian nations. The region’s economy has for centuries revolved around agriculture and trade, with towns such as Kashgar thriving as hubs along the famous Silk Road. In the early part of the 20th Century, the Uighurs briefly declared independence. The region was brought under the complete control of communist China in 1949.
  • Is The World Ignoring A Massacre of Uighurs In China?
    I have just received disturbing information from several Uighur correspondents in the United States, regarding the “riots” that began just nine days ago in Urumqi, the capital of the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region (XUAR) of China.
    2009-07-14,Andy Worthington

  Reports in Chinese – 中文报道:

  • 新疆维吾尔自治区去极端化条例
    新疆维吾尔自治区去极端化条例 (2017年3月29日新疆维吾尔自治区第十二届人民代表大会常务委员会第二十八次会议通过)
  • 斯洛伐克39国会议员联署 促停止迫害法轮功
    【大纪元2017年12月29日讯】近期,斯洛伐克39位国会议员联署致信中国最高领导人习近平, 呼吁停止对法轮功、西藏人、维吾尔人、基督徒、维权律师高智晟等人的迫害。
  • 维吾尔亲戚的中亚遭遇
    我们是去南疆认亲,不是去扶贫帮困,我们是国家公职人员,我们的公权力有限,我们的工资收入仅够养家糊口,扶贫帮困有当地政府和“驻村工作组”,我们去认亲,是为了拉近与乡村民族兄弟的感情,在我们力所能及的情况下,牵起亲戚的手,帮他们一把。 我们来晚了,至少晚了二十年……
  • 时事大家谈:从采集DNA到天网工程,管控犯罪还是管控社会?
  • 中国最可怕的风险:民族分离意识的泛起
  • 中共搜集新疆人DNA 被指“有三个可疑目的”
    【大纪元2017年12月17日讯】(大纪元记者易如采访报导)总部位于纽约的非政府国际组织“人权观察”(Human Rights Watch)日前披露,中共有关当局正在通过多种途径搜集所有新疆居民的DNA、血型和其它生物识别数据。对此,维吾尔协会主席伊利夏提认为,中共此举隐藏着邪恶目的。
  • 异闻观止】维吾尔族小学生穿起汉服开启诵读国学模式
    2017-12-09,China Digital Times
  • 10月27日 昭明专访袁红冰(2)
  • 南航自曝空運活體器官逾500宗 中共活摘再被關注
  • 阿克陶县教育转化中心二期建设项目
    一、招标条件     阿克陶县教育转化中心二期建设项目已经由陶发改字(2017)805号批准建设。招标人为阿克陶县人民政府,工程所需资金来源为财政。项目已具备招标条件,现对该项目的阿克陶县教育转化中心二期建设项目进行公开招标。本次招标计划投资额为370.00万元,评标办法为经审核合理低价随机抽取法(综合评议法)。本工程拟采用资格后审方法选择合适的投标报名人参加投标。
  • 中国:应释放新疆‘政治教育’在押人员
    穆斯林少数民族于非法设施被关押数月 (纽约)-人权观察今天表示,中国政府应立即释放被非法关押在新疆“政治思想教育”中心的人士,并将这些机构关闭。大约从2017年4月开始,当局将数千名维吾尔族及其他突厥语系穆斯林少数民族人士强迫拘押在这些中心,接受提高中国国家认同的政治宣传。
    2017-09-10,Human Rights Watch
  • 习近平的中国梦- 主旋律和与少数民族文化
    民族同化,融合,或多元化一直是中国民族政策辩论的主要问题。习近平在中共十九大上勾画”中华民族伟大复兴光明前景”的时候并没有对中国的民族关系作特别能说明。十九大期 间在内蒙古进行的宣传蒙古民族和马的综艺演出吸引了大批观众和媒体关注,也表现出受到官方鼓励的少数民族文化产业中艺术家的创作空间。一 方面 官方把宣传少数民族文化和发展文化产业当作增加国家软实力的手段;但另一方面,表现歌舞升平的文艺形式也表现了民族文化多样性,在某种程度上 也加强了少数民族的认同感和自豪感。
  • [新疆] 岳普湖县法制教育转化学校建设项目
    一、招标条件 岳普湖县法制教育转化学校建设项目已经由喀发改投资【2017】174号批准建设。招标人为岳普湖县司法局,工程所需资金来源为财政。项目已具备招标条件,现对该项目的岳普湖县法制教育转化学校建设项目进行公开招标。本次招标计划投资额为7700.00万元,评标办法为综合评估法(工程量清单计价方式)。本工程拟采用资格后审方法选择合适的投标报名人参加投标。
  • 新疆维吾尔自治区去极端化条例
    (2017年3月29日新疆维吾尔自治区第十二届人民代表大会常务委员会第二十八次会议通过) 第一章 总 则 第一条 为了遏制和消除极端化,防范极端化侵害,实现社会稳定和长治久安,根据《中华人民共和国宪法》《中华人民共和国反恐怖主义法》、国务院《宗教事务条例》等有关法律、法规,结合自治区实际,制定本条例。
  • 新疆维吾尔自治区最新人口数据
    自治区在成立60周年北京艺术宫展览上公布了自治区最新的人口及民族结构。 至2014年,自治区总人口为2322.54万人。

  Reports in Uyghur:

  • ئۇيغۇر ئېلىدە «مەجبۇرىي غايىب قىلىۋېتىش» يەنىمۇ يۇقىرى پەللىگە چىققانلىقى مۇلاھىزە قىلىندى
    يېقىندا تەتقىقاتچى، كىشىلىك ھوقۇق پائالىيەتچىسى مايكىل كەسېتىر خىتايدىكى مەجبۇرىي غايىب قىلىۋېتىش مەسىلىسىگە دىققەت تارتىش ئۈچۈن شۇ خىل جازالاش ئۇسۇلىنىڭ زىيانكەشلىكىگە ئۇچرىغان كىشىلەرنىڭ ھېكايىلىرى ئاساسىدا «مەجبۇرىي غايىب قىلىۋېتىلگەنلەر خەلق جۇمھۇرىيىتى» ماۋزۇلۇق بىر كىتابنى تۈزۈپ چىققان. ئۇ بۇ كىتابى مۇناسىۋىتى بىلەن «دىپلومات» ژۇرنىلى بىلەن ئۆتكۈزگەن سۆھبىتىدە ھازىرغىچە خىتايدا بۇ خىل ئۇسۇلنىڭ زىيانكەشلىكىگە ئەڭ كۆپ ئۇچرىغانلارنىڭ ئۇيغۇرلار ئىكەنلىكىنى بىلدۈرگەن.
    2018-01-11,Radio Free Asia
  • ساقچى خادىمى: يوپۇرغىدا 10 مىڭ بىلەن 20 مىڭ ئارىسىدا كىشى «تەربىيىلەش» مەركىزىدە
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    2017-11-21,Radio Free Asia
  • توققۇزاقنىڭ بۇلاقسۇ يېزىسىدا 2514 كىشى تۈرمىدە، 806 كىشى «يېپىق تەربىيە» دە
    توققۇزاقنىڭ بۇلاقسۇ يېزىسىدا نۆۋەتتە 2514 كىشىنىڭ تۈرمىدە، 806 كىشىنىڭ «يېپىق تەربىيىلەش مەركىزى» دە قاماقتا ئىكەنلىكى ئاشكارىلاندى. ماتېرىياللاردا كۆرسىتىلىشىچە، بۇلاقسۇ يېزىسىنىڭ ئومۇمىي نوپۇسى 36 مىڭ ئىكەن. شۇنداق بولغاندا، بۇلاقسۇ نوپۇسىنىڭ 10پىرسەنتىنىڭ تۈرمە ياكى قاماقتا ئىكەنلىكى ئايدىڭلاشتى.
    2017-11-20,Radio Free Asia
  • خىتاي چەتئەلدىكى ئۇيغۇرلارنىڭ ئائىلە تاۋابىئاتلىرىنى گۆرۈگە ئالماقتا
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    2017-10-30,Radio Free Asia
  • 1% Pilani we Uyghur Öyi Toghrisida Maqale
    بۇ ماقالىدە چەتئەلدە ئۇيغۇرلۇقنى ساقلاپ قېلىش ۋە ئۇيغۇرچە ياشاش مۇھىتى ھازىرلاش ئۈچۈن ئىككى پىلان بايان قىلىنىدۇ
    2017-10-25,ئۇيغۇرغا ياردەم
  • 13 مىڭ نوپۇسلۇق بىر يېزىدىن 2 مىڭدىن ئارتۇق كىشى قاماقتا
    مۇخبىرىمىزنىڭ بۇ يىپ ئۇچىغا ئاساسەن ئېلىپ بارغان ئېنىقلاشلىرى داۋامىدا يېڭىسارنىڭ 13 مىڭ نوپۇسلۇق توپۇلۇق يېزىسىدىنلا ئاز دېگەندە 2 مىڭ كىشىنىڭ قاماق ۋە تۈرمىدە ئىكەنلىكى ئاشكارىلاندى. توپۇلۇق 2‏-كەنت سېكرېتارى ئۆز كەنتىدىن 354 كىشىنىڭ، 4‏-كەنت ساقچىسى بولسا ئۆز كەنتىدىن 400 چە كىشىنىڭ قاماق ۋە تۈرمىدە ئىكەنلىكىنى دەلىللىدى.
    2017-09-08,Radio Free Asia


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    China has turned the northwestern region of Xinjiang into a vast experiment in domestic surveillance. WSJ investigated what life is like in a place where one’s every move can be monitored with cutting-edge technology.
    2017-12-19,The Wall Street Journal


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