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Post China Uighurs: Detained for beards, veils and internet browsing
on: February 18, 2020, 09:37

A document that appears to give the most powerful insight yet into how China determined the fate of hundreds of thousands of Muslims held
in a network of internment camps has been seen by the BBC Listing the personal details of more than 3,000 individuals from the far western
region of Xinjiang, it sets out in intricate detail the most intimate aspects of their daily lives The painstaking records - made up of 137
pages of columns and rows - include how often people pray, how they dress, whom they contact and how their family members behave
China denies any wrongdoing, saying it is combating terrorism and religious extremism The document is said to have come, at considerable
personal risk, from the same source inside Xinjiang that leaked a batch of highly sensitive material published last year
One of the world's leading experts on China's policies in Xinjiang, Dr Adrian Zenz, a senior fellow at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation in Washington, believes the latest leak is genuine.
This remarkable document presents the strongest evidence I've seen to date that Beijing is actively persecuting and punishing normal practices of traditional religious beliefs," he says.

One of the camps mentioned in it, the "Number Four Training Centre" has been identified by Dr Zenz as among those visited by the BBC as part of a tour organised by the Chinese authorities in May last year.
Much of the evidence uncovered by the BBC team appears to be corroborated by the new document, redacted for publication to protect the privacy of those included in it.
It contains details of the investigations into 311 main individuals, listing their backgrounds, religious habits, and relationships with many
hundreds of relatives, neighbours and friendsVerdicts written in a final column decide whether those already in internment should remain or be released, and whether some of those previously released need to return.
Row 598 contains the case of a 38-year-old woman with the first name Helchem, sent to a re-education camp for one main reason: she was known to have worn a veil some years ago.
It is just one of a number of cases of arbitrary, retrospective punishment.Others were interned simply for applying for a passport -
proof that even the intention to travel abroad is now seen as a sign of radicalisation in Xinjiang
In row 66, a 34-year-old man with the first name Memettohti was interned for precisely this reason, despite being described as posing "no practical risk".
And then there's the 28-year-old man Nurmemet in row 239, put into re-education for "clicking on a web-link and unintentionally landing on a foreign website

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Post Re: China Uighurs: Detained for beards, veils and internet browsing
on: June 29, 2020, 05:05

In reports of BBC, An archive that seems to give the most remarkable knowledge yet into how China decided the destiny of a huge number of Muslims held in a system of internment camps has been seen by the BBC. Posting the individual subtleties of in excess of 3,000 people from the far western area of Xinjiang, it sets out in perplexing subtlety the most personal parts of their day by day lives. The careful records - comprised of 137 pages of sections and columns - incorporate how regularly individuals ask, how they dress, whom they contact and how their relatives act. China denies any bad behavior, saying it is battling fear based oppression and strict radicalism. This is a great investigation for that, It will attract people attention like having build royale or the garena free fire best survival battle royale on mobile.

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Post Re: China Uighurs: Detained for beards, veils and internet browsing
on: July 20, 2020, 09:20

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