Speaking out: Uygurs in US break silence on China’s crackdown
South China Morning Post
Emboldened by international scrutiny, the American Uygur diaspora is increasingly willing to publicly condemn China’s re-education programmes, despite the risk to loved ones in Xinjiang
Silence having done nothing for their detained relatives, Uyghurs abroad are risking it all to speak out publicly against China's extrajudicial imprisonment of one million Muslims. My story from northern Virginia, the Uyghur diaspora's US "headquarters"
“Morally, we felt awful, guilty, and burdened." UIghur poet Tahir Hamut tells
about his wrenching, courageous decision to talk on-the-record to
about what's happening in Xinjiang, and the harrowing consequences for his relatives.
A close picture of Uighurs living in the US affected by the crackdown in Xinjiang. Great reporting by
Uyghur from E.T☪
Morally, we felt awful, guilty n burdened,” he said. “But other Uygurs, even without relatives in the US, are getting arrested all the time..my wife n I decided that we would pass all our relatives in Xinjiang into the hands of God.” 旅美維吾尔人打破沉默
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"In January, after visiting her husband and their son...in the US, Jalaleddin returned to...#Xinjiang...and was promptly imprisoned for reasons unknown to Nizamidin." Speaking out: Uygurs in US break silence on China’s crackdown
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