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Muslim minority under crackdown in Xinjiang revealed by a leaked Chinese government surveillance report

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Detaining the people from Xinjiang by using different ridiculous reasons was revealed by a leaked Chinese government surveillance report according to CNN news.

According to CNN, a leaked Chinese government surveillance report have shown that Chinese government keeps bashing on Uyghur for brainwashing them. The report showed that at least 484 people were sent to Uyghur camps that 5 were detained for having a communication with people overseas, 25 were detained for holding a passport without visiting a foreign country and 114 were detained by labeling them a threat for simply having too many children.

Those Uyghurs were sent to four different vocational training centers for joining the job training program which Chinese government alleged that the measure is aiming for rooting out the violent extremism.

The leaked documents “Chinese government surveillance report” which are spreadsheet of data on more than 300 families living in one neighborhood of Karakax County. The report provides personal information in high details on family members including, their home addresses, national ID numbers, history of foreign travel, religious practices, and whether or not they are “a threat”.

Rozinsa Mamattohti, relative of detainee from Xinjiang, lived in Istanbul Turkey. Her younger sister was sent to a camp in March of 2018 supposedly for having too much children which violating China’s family planning policy.

Rozinsa said "When I saw the document and learned that my younger sister was in prison for the past two years, I couldn’t sleep or eat for days." She added that this is the first information she had about her families in Xinjiang since 2016.

Moreover, Rozinsa’s second older sister was sent to the camp for having a passport and having too many children, according to the case number 597 from the report.

Rozinsa said she feared whether her family could be punished because she is going public. “I love and miss my parents and my family so much. Because I want to know what’s happened to them. I want to know if they are alive and well. But if they are dead I need to know that as well”, she said.

Some of Uyghurs living overseas said communication with their family in Xinjiang was completely cut off when china intensified its crackdown in Xinjiang. They also feared that they would be in danger if they keep exposing this sensitive information. Another person who got the Chinese government surveillance report is Tahirjan Anwar.

Tahirjan Anwar, a Uyghur activist, living in exile in Netherlands said he received the leaked document last summer in Xinjiang. “That was my birthday. And I got the attachment document. And very surprised”, he said.

Anwar’s father is now in jail and he don’t know what exactly crime of him. Anwar hopes that those documents he shared can make Beijing government to ease its crackdown in Xinjiang.

Adrian Zenz, Senior Fellow of Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, has been studying what he is convinced are internal Chinese government documents.

“This document is like a microcosm of what’s happening all over Xinjiang”, he said. He added “This is the future of authoritarianism. This is the future of changing populations who don’t agree with the main regime in terms of ideology, spirituality, political identity or other criteria”.

In the past, Beijing has strenuously denied allegations of mistreatment and arbitrary detention. Wang Yi, Chinese Foreign Minister, said “The so-called concentration camps with 1 million people, are 100% rumors. It is completely fake news.”

China has been accused of detaining more than one million Uyghurs in Xinjiang in "Reeducation Camps." Although Chinese government denies it, newspapers have pointed out that the Chinese government has physically and verbally abused Uyghurs and forced them to learn Chinese Communist Party politics and abandon religious beliefs.

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