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Sunday, November 21, 2021

persecution of Uighur Muslims in 'internment camps'; China's black handiwork caught in secret camera, watch video

Pakistan, which has become the contractor of the Muslims of the whole world, may do it in favor of China, but the reality is that the dragon does not want to see the Uyghur Muslims. China is treating and oppressing Uighur Muslims in detention camps in Xinjiang province. Fresh and strong evidence has emerged against China, which shows surveillance, fear and persecution of Uighur Muslims. An activist in China has secretly exposed the black deeds of China in the detention camps.
Activist Guan Guan has shot a 20-minute-long video of Chinese savagery that shows the brutal reality of how the Xi Jinping-led government is oppressing Uighurs. The video was uploaded to YouTube in early October. Let us tell you that China is often accused of treating Uighur Muslims with cruelty. It interferes in everything from their worship to living.

According to a report by Radio Free Asia, Guan told Kik that foreign journalists have difficulty reaching Xinjiang for interviews because of Chinese government restrictions. At the beginning of the video, he says that the Chinese government has set up detention camps in Xinjiang province, where local ethnic minorities, the Uighurs, and dissidents who disagree with the Chinese government are imprisoned without trial.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, during his visit to Xinjiang, Guan visited a total of eight cities and discovered 18 such internment camps. Many of these camps were not marked on the map. But they did record marks on barbed wire, guard towers, police checkpoints, army barracks, army vehicles and the walls inside the prison.

Guan traveled to the Hami Compulsory Isolated Drug Rehabilitation Center in Hami, eastern Xinjiang, which he suspects is an internment camp. Radio Free Asia's report also stated that in Urumqi, on the other hand, they noticed that there were several buildings, with watchtowers and high fences, with barbed wire on top. They believe that there are several detention camps here and they are all monitored from the watchtowers present in them.

For years, China has denied any wrongdoing against the Uighur community. And said that detention camps, which the government calls re-education camps, have been set up in Xinjiang to fight against Islamic extremism. However, several human rights groups have claimed that China is sending Uighurs to mass detention camps, interfering with their religious practices, sterilizing and torturing women in the community. This year the United States became the first country in the world to declare China's actions in Xinjiang a "genocide".