Author Archives: Abdul

Uighur protests as China’s Xi visits Turkey

Tue, 02/21/2012 – 21:39 Reuters Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:37pm EST By Tulay Karadeniz ANKARA, Feb 21 (Reuters) – Activists from China’s Muslim Uighur minority burnt Chinese flags in Ankara on Tuesday where China’s leader-in-waiting Xi Jinping was holding talks with Turkish officials on regional issues. About 60 Turkic-speaking Uighurs from China’s northwestern Xinjiang province protested outside the hotel where ... Read More »

Sweden Deports Uyghurs to China

2012-01-06 Uyghurs seeking exile in Europe come under increasing pressure from governments. AFP Uyghur demonstrators stage a protest rally against China in Stockholm, July 9, 2009. Authorities in Sweden have deported two Muslim ethnic minority Uyghurs to China after their request for political asylum was refused, sparking fears among other Uyghur asylum-seekers that they will also be sent home where ... Read More »

A country without law

Abdukiram Abduveli, an Uighur religious scholar from Kuchar (Kuche in Chinese) county in Xinjiang autonomous region of People’s Republic of China, aged 56 in 2010. He was arrested on 16 November, 1990 and sentenced to 12 years’ imprisonment and four years’ deprivation of political rights in May 1993 on “counter-revolutionary” charges. At his trial, Abduveli was found guilty on two ... Read More »

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The Wild Pigeon

by Nurmuhemmet Yasin 2005.06.27 Translator’s note: This story was first published in issue No. 5 of the 2004 Kashgar Literature Magazine by a young freelance writer, Nurmuhemmet Yasin, to widespread acclaim among the Uyghur people. The author has since been detained by the Chinese authorities because of its strong portrayal of a people deeply unhappy with life under Beijing’s rule. ... Read More »

Uighur refugees

Muhammed Tohti Metrozi went missing in Rawalipindi, Pakistan, on 16 July 2003. An independence activist, he had fled there from Xinjiang where he had spent two months in detention on suspicion of separatist activity. Read More »