Uyghur Women Persecuted: Will the Feminists Support Them?

Uyghur women are raped, compelled to marry Han Chinese, detained in the dreaded transformation through education camps, and killed. Why do Western feminists ignore their tragedy? Op-ed Piece by Campaign for Uyghurs Executive Director Rushan Abbas for Bitter Winter Magazine

China convicts Uighurs in sham trials at Xinjiang camps

More than 1 million Uighurs have disappeared into China’s internment camps in Xinjiang province. A DW investigation reveals how many of them were tried for their alleged “crimes” in sham trials. In the Chinese government’s vast network of re-education camps in

Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of 2020

This bill imposes sanctions on foreign individuals and entities responsible for human rights abuses in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous region and requires various reports on the topic. The President shall periodically report to Congress a list identifying foreign individuals and

Mistaken Identity: How Chinese Look at the Uyghurs

A Chinese Han, who happens to physically look like a Uyghur, opens a window on the relationships between the Han majority and the Uyghur minority in Xinjiang and beyond. – By Michelle Lee Interacting with Uyghur friends Growing up in

A Uyghur Man’s Letter to His Lost Mother

Abdulhakim Idris is a human rights activist and the husband of the well-known advocate for Uyghurs’ rights, Rushan Abbas. He does not know where his mother is. by Abdulhakim Idris Mr. Idris’ mother, Ms. Hebibehan Hajim Dear Mother, It was