After more than a year of denying the existence of political “re-education camps” in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR),
China had long denied that “transformation through education” camps for Muslims exist in Xinjiang. Now it announces that all is well, since a new law made them legal.
A move this week by China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) to amend a 2017 counterterrorism law to provide a legal justification for detaining as many as a million Uyghurs
An appeal to the Chinese President notes that the situation of religious liberty in China is worse than ever.
At a recently discovered “transformation through education” camp, authorities are monitoring each and every movement of detainees.
A “transformation through education” camp in Xinjiang’s Urumqi city houses a secret factory where 300 detained Uyghur women are forced to work.