The British government recently addressed the problem of China's use of forced labor by Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang, but disappointingly didn't prohibit the import of goods made in whole or in part by that forced labor. Why not?
BREAKING: The US government has determined that China is committing "genocide and crimes against humanity in Xinjiang, China, by targeting Uyghur Muslims and members of other ethnic and religious minority groups." More to follow at
The US say China has committed “genocide” and “crimes against humanity” against Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang. This evening, the #GenocideAmendment to the Trade Bill was narrowly defeated in the Commons. @IainDale asks: How should we respond to genocide as a country?
No one seems to see the European Union's new investment deal with China as anything but an abandonment of Uyghur Muslims to forced labor. Beijing didn't even have to promise to end their forced labor, just to consider maybe sometime ratifying a treaty.
Disney under fire for filming #Mulan in China's Xinjiang Province, the site of alleged human rights abuses on a massive scale, including forced labor and the detainment of over 1 million Uyghur Muslims
Dolkun Isa, President of World Uyghur Congress, in Geneva: Pakistan PM very well knows what Chinese Government is doing to Uyghur Muslims but he doesn't want to talk on this. Pakistan is one of the biggest violators of human rights and China is hiding the reality internationally.
China is holding ~1M Uyghur Muslims in internment camps in an attempt to erase their identity and culture.
Uyghur Muslims are demanding China release videos of their missing relatives who disappeared into mass internment camps. This comes after China released an uncorroborated video saying poet Abdurehim Heyit is alive, despite reports he died in Chinese custody. #MeTooUyghur