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The truth behind the UYGHUR CAMPS

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Reported by Ma Man Kin, Kelvin

In spite of the fact that the Chinese government has consecutively declared the camps in the western Xinjiang region provide voluntary schooling and training.

However, several official documents, revealed by CNN, show how residents are locked up, brainwashed and tortured. The documents showed that a region in western China where an uncivilized internment legal scheme has to imprison up to 2 million Muslims, mostly from the country’s ethnic Uyghur minority into confinement barbarically.

According to CNN, the documents are digital records of the figure on above 300 families living in one neighborhood of Karakax County. They offer tremendously detailed personal information on family members, including their national ID numbers, home addresses, history of foreign travel, religious practices, more importantly, also more pathetically, whether or not they are “a threat.”

In order to make the worldwide nations believe this mass job training program is rooting out violent extremism, the Chinese government officials keep individuals in what the Chinese government named “vocational training centers.” However, CNN reveals that the reality is these camps were not only crowded but also prison-like installations where residents were subjected to punishment and brainwash. …..

Rozinsa Mamattohti, a mother of three children from Xinjiang, said that her younger sister Patem, was sent to a camp simply because of having too many children. Patem was supposedly for 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. This is the first information I had about my family in Xinjiang since 2016.” After CNN’s interview, Rozinsa indicated that she is afraid of her family could be punished further, simply because she is going public.

CNN shows that many Uyghurs living abroad pointing out that the communication with their family back home was entirely cut off when China increasingly crackdown in Xinjiang. But pathetically, several Uyghurs are still risking their lives to expose this sensitive information.

However, the Chinese government is holding another point of view. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said, “The so-called concentration camps with 1 million people, are 100% rumors. It is completely fake news.”

One of the Uyghur activists, Tahirjan Anwar spoke publicly about these sensitive documents. Anwar is living in exile in the Netherlands. He received this trove of documents from a source in Xinjiang he won’t identify, for their safety. He said, “I am very surprised to receive this information. But I hope that sharing these documents will force Beijing to alleviated its crackdown in Xinjiang and lead to information about his own missing loved ones.

It is not easy for those people risking their safety, especially for those who only attempt to reveal the truth hide by the Chinese government. Anwar said, “This is my father and he is now in the jail. And I don’t know what exactly crime of him. The Chinese government, let free my father immediately. And let free all Uyghurs immediately.”

CNN’s data analysis reveals among at least 484 people delivered to camps. 5 were held up because they communicated with people overseas. 25 were detained for the reason that having a passport without visiting a foreign country. Last but not least, 114 people, were labeled a threat for simply having too many children, like Patem.

Those Uyghurs were sent to four different camps, all obviously placed within the same group of people. Applying other open-source Chinese government documents, we were able to find the addresses of these four camps, including the training center, which is somewhere near the Karakax train station.

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