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Xinjiang

Christian Uyghurs also detained in Xinjiang

The re-education campaign in Xinjiang is ostensibly about stamping out islamic extremism. But Nathan Vanderklippe of the Globe and Mail reports that…

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Exclusive: China on the offensive about Xinjiang — raises issue at U.N.

United Nations Headquarters New York, New York Today at the United Nations Security Council in New York, the situation of…

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Trump attacks China, defends religious freedom, totally ignores Uyghurs

Before he began swatting at the Democratic Party’s impeachment inquiry earlier today, President Donald Trump was at the United Nations General…

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Video: Uyghur prisoners shaved, shackled, and blindfolded

More grim news for Muslims in China. The image above is from a video widely circulated on social media on the weekend that appears…

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U.S. Senate passes Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act

Photo credit: Ozan Kose / AFP / Getty / SupChina illustration. The demonstrator’s mask bears the light blue color of…

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How companies profit from forced labor in Xinjiang

Factories of Turkic Muslim internment, part of China’s reeducation camp system, are subsidized and directed by the state, and employ…

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‘Terrorism’: Beijing issues white paper defending Uyghur internment camps

In July, facing growing international pressure about the internment camps that are imprisoning more than a million Uyghurs, the Chinese government…

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China’s ‘social re-engineering’ of Uyghurs, explained by Darren Byler

Mass internment in concentration camps, forced labor, parent-child separation: These are just a few of the realities of life for…

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Uyghur love in a time of interethnic marriage

Since 2018, there has been a notable rise in articles promoting marriage between Han men and Uyghur women.  At a…

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Beijing forces restaurants to remove Arabic script

Beijing is reportedly targeting Arabic script on the city’s many Muslim restaurants. Reuters reports, via Al Jazeera: Authorities in the Chinese…

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A new story about the Xinjiang camps: They’re nearly empty

At a press conference in Beijing yesterday, two senior Uyghur officials from the provincial Xinjiang government made rather surprising statements…

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Beijing white paper says Uyghurs are not Turkic

In the 1950s, the South African government began a campaign to manipulate history by inventing a narrative that black South…

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‘Tough stuff,’ Trump says about China’s network of camps in Xinjiang

Donald Trump met various victims of religious persecution from around the world on Wednesday, including four people from China: among them…

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Xinjiang, Huawei, and the techno-trade war

It’s day 378 of the U.S.-China techno-trade war by our count. One noteworthy development: The U.S. government appears to be forming…

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New head for Xinjiang Small Group, same old body

I once called senior Party leader Wāng Yáng 汪洋 “the most interesting man on the Politburo Standing Committee.” Well now he has…

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