Muslim-Majority Countries’ Complicity in the Uyghur Genocide
By Abdulhakim Idris
The Muslim world is quick to denounce Islamophobia in the West, but has been markedly silent of China’s attacks on Islam and Uyghur culture.
Time for International Travel Companies to End ‘Genocide Tours’ to the Uyghur Region
By Henryk Szadziewski
By bringing tourists to the Uyghur region, travel companies tacitly whitewash genocidal policies and profit from hyper-securitization.
Betrayal of China’s Muslims Undermines the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s Credibility
By Aaron Rhodes and Marco Respinti
The OIC continues to actively praise China’s policies in Xinjiang and “care” for Muslim citizens, despite overwhelming evidence of massive abuses.
A UN Body Sheds Light on the Fate of Disappeared Uyghurs
By William Nee
The Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has provided more evidence of China’s use of enforced disappearances in Xinjiang.
The Continued Imprisonment of Idris Hasan
By Nicholas Muller
With an increase in detentions of Uyghurs abroad, many feel like they can’t escape from China no matter how far they run.
Rights Group: Uyghur Student Missing in Hong Kong, Feared Detained
By Kanis Leung
Abuduwaili Abudureheman was reported missing after texting that he was interrogated by police at Hong Kong’s airport.
Assimilation: China’s Failed Strategy in Xinjiang
By Bonnie Girard
China’s approach to Xinjiang rests on forced assimilation, a difficult task in a society where even those who wish to assimilate struggle to do so.
The Steep Cost of Bachelet’s Visit to China
By Patrizia Cogo and Lukian De Boni
Engaging with China on human rights risks legitimizing Beijing’s narratives – whether intentionally or not.
Japan’s Diet Resolution on the Uyghur Crisis
By KAWASHIMA Shin
Striking a balance, or a half-baked measure?
Darren Byler on Life in Xinjiang, ‘China’s High-Tech Penal Colony’
By Shannon Tiezzi
“The mass surveillance and internment project in Xinjiang should be viewed as a major test of Chinese capacities to conduct a sophisticated invasion, occupation, and transformation of spaces that were at the margins of Chinese control.”
A ‘Proof of Death’ Video From Xinjiang
By Ruth Ingram
The CCP’s attacks on Western media reports took a gruesome turn with a video purporting to detail how Uyghur Mihriay Erkin died.
Ramadan in China: Faithful Dwindle Under Limits on Religion
By Ken Moritsugu and Dake Kang
The tree-lined paths of the Id Kah Mosque's grounds are tranquil, and it's easy to miss the three surveillance cameras keeping watch over whoever comes in.