Author Archives: Abdul

My name is Gulnaz and I am a Uyghur Muslim

My name is Gulnaz and I am a Uyghur Muslim. My place of birth is East Turkestan but the world knows it as Xinjiang because China says so. When I was a child, entering my teenage, an eleven year old, my family flea “Xinjiang” and till then I had seen enough. Till then an 11 yr old girl had seen ... Read More »

Announcement: Remember the Genocide in Urumqi .Protest in Stockholm, July 5, 2017

Remember the Genocide in Urumqi Boycott china  July 5, 2017 16-18 pm In front of Chinese embassy in Stockholm  Protest performances, exhibition, poetry, and speeches JOIN US China’s war of invasion, and its continuing annoyance against the East Turkistani people, is an unprecedented crime against humanity. The toll of East turkistanian lives affected in this current wave (Genocide in Urumqi) ... Read More »

China Cuts Mobile Service of Xinjiang Residents Evading Internet Filters

HONG KONG — The Chinese government is shutting down the mobile service of residents in Xinjiang who use software that lets them circumvent Internet filters, escalating an already aggressive electronic surveillance strategy in the country’s fractious western territory. Starting last week, shortly after terrorist attacks in Paris, the local police began cutting the service of people who had downloaded foreign messaging ... Read More »

chinese occupation Kill 17 Suspects in Xinjiang Attack, Including Seven Women and Children

http://www.rfa.org/english/news/uyghur/suspects-11172015175006.html Authorities in northwest China’s troubled Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region East Turkestan  have killed 17 suspects from three families, including women and children, they accused of carrying out an attack that left 50 people dead and injured 50 others at a coal mine, according to the government and local sources. “All terrorists were killed on the 56th day of a ... Read More »

2015 Lantos Prize Laureates Announced

The Lantos Foundation, 29 October 2015 Lantos Foundation – The Lantos Foundation for Human Rights and Justice announced today that it will award the 2015 Lantos Human Rights Prize to three courageous female leaders; Rebiya Kadeer, Irshad Manji, and Ayaan Hirsi Ali. These three laureates are fearless leaders, reformers and rebels who have been willing to defy social and cultural norms to ... Read More »

Time for a Change: European Parliament Conference Exposes Uyghur Struggle for Freedom of Religion

Time for a Change: European Parliament Conference Exposes Uyghur Struggle for Freedom of Religion In light of the ongoing violations of religious freedom in East Turkestan and considering the limited international response to China’s abuse of Uyghur fundamental human rights, the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) and the World Uyghur Congress (WUC) convened a high-level conference in Brussels entitled ... Read More »

Repatriated Uyghurs Forced To Make Film About Fleeing China For Thailand

  Repatriated Uyghurs Forced To Make Film About Fleeing China For Thailand 23-10-2015 Radio Free Asia, 2015-10-21 Authorities in northwestern China’s Xinjiang region have been publicly showing a film about two Uyghurs forcibly repatriated from Thailand as a deterrent to others in the area not to flee the country and seek asylum elsewhere, a local Communist Party cadre and police officers ... Read More »

Announcement: Demonstrations to be held at Chinese Embassy in Stockholm

Chinese occupation in East Turkistan (Xinxiang) is one of the great tragedies in history. The communist government is trying to completely erase the East Turkistan culture. The Muslims of Turkistan (Xinxiang) can only practice their religion under extensive government watch and thousands of Mosque have been destroyed. Over 1.5 million East turkistani have been killed and thousands imprisoned for voicing their religious beliefs ... Read More »

One Solution For East Turkestan

By Harun Yahya East Turkestan was abandoned to Chinese rule in 1949 with the military support of Stalin’s Russia, though it did briefly gain its independence in 1933. Since the foundation of the present-day People’s Republic of China, the number of East Turkestanis who were killed, especially after 1965 or lost their lives due to starvation, famine, unfavorable living conditions, ... Read More »

“stop killing Uyghur refugees”

Demonstration on Jul 9th, 2015: Thailand “stop killing Uyghur refugees” –Royal Thailand, stop the collaboration with the Chinese occupation! Jul 9, 2015 Call for Action at the Royal Thailand embassy in Stockholm on 2015-07-09, 15:00pm  Royal Thailand government Collaborates with the Chinese occupation Dictatorship to enable china to kill and torture of Uyghur refugees who fled repression and turmoil in their ... Read More »