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Re-education in Xinjiang is threatening their daily life

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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According to the news report of CNN. The Uyghur camps in Xinjiang is a way to "Re-educate" the Muslim and Uyghur in there.

According to CNN's data, at least 484 people were sent to the Re-educate camps. Meanwhile, most of them were mostly held in prisons because of unnecessary pregnancy, and a small number were detained without contacting overseas people or holding passports. These people were sent to the same community Four different camps. This is believed that the government in Beijing hopes that using such a system can wipe out violent extremism. Many media say prisoners are often trained and "brainwashed" The government has imprisoned hundreds of thousands of ethnic Muslims in Xinjiang and a small number of Christians in re-education camps.

Little information is known about the detainees in the camp due to the government blockade, and some have asked the Chinese government to disclose details of the detainees. However not such replies were getting from the Beijing government. Instead, the Foreign Ministry has warned the US "Do not intervene in any way and baselessly criticize the internal affairs of China". There are a lot of families were separated in such "storm", and many of them were separated without any notice.

One of the victims are Rozinsa Mamattohti and her relatives. The lives of her entire family and their employment, their religious practice, their trustworthiness and their level of cooperation with the authorities are documented extensively. And these kind of gathered information will decide if Mamattohti's sister in a government detention center is left behind razor wire.

Actually, these kind of act carried by the communist party has gained attention in international, such as from the United Nations, European Union, Europe, American countries and Muslim majority countries. They criticize the People's Republic of China's government for human rights violations in Xinjiang, including mandatory imprisonment of up to one million Uighurs; calls for the unconditional closing of compulsory detention camps in Xinjiang; calls on the Secretary of State to consider naming a separate Xinjiang representative in the United States to organize US response to Xinjiang atrocity.

In UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination closing assessment paper of 2019, also condemning the "definition of terrorism in Chinese law, vague references to violence and undefined concepts of separatism." The UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination calls on Beijing to end imprisonment without legal charges, prosecutions and convictions. But until this moment, the Chinese government still declines the existence of the Uyghur camps and still states that the other countries were lying, as they do not really know the situations of Xinjiang. Also, the citizens in Xinjiang are having a good living enviroment.

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