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Kader Rehman is an inheritor and master of Hami Uygur embroidery and the only male embroiderer in Hami, NW China's Xinjiang. Check out how Kader is embracing his cultural inheritance thanks to the government's support for the traditional Uygur handicraft. #GLOBALink 

'We must never be silent about what's happening in Xinjiang', says Conservative MP Nus Ghani. She adds the sanctions placed against her and other MPs has 'created a bond' with other governments across the world also facing sanctions from China.

China tells UK to 'right its wrong moves' after parliament's Xinjiang motion

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MPs have declared that Uighurs and other ethnic and religious minorities in China's Xinjiang region are being subjected to genocide. Conservative MP, Nus Ghani joins us at 8.20am to discuss. 📺 Sky 501 / Freeview 233 📱 Watch live:

UK parliament declares genocide in China’s Xinjiang; Beijing condemns move

UK parliament declares genocide in China’s Xinjiang; Beijing condemns move

UK parliament declares genocide in Xinjiang; China slams charge.

British parliament declares China is committing genocide in Xinjiang

#UK parliament declares #genocide ' in China's #Xinjiang ; Beijing condemns the move

'The unwarranted accusation by a handful of British MPs that there is genocide in Xinjiang is the most preposterous lie of the century,' says the Chinese embassy in the UK.

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More than 400 pages of internal Chinese documents detail the origins and growth of the indoctrination program in Xinjiang, where a million or more predominately Muslim minorities have been held in a vast network of detention centers

EXCLUSIVE: For years, human rights activists feared the Xinjiang detention facilities doubled as work camps. For the first time, satellite photos confirm China has built acres of factories inside the compounds, facilitating forced labor on a vast scale.

BREAKING: BBC has been banned in China. The report said the BBC was responsible for a 'slew of falsified reporting' on issues including Xinjiang and China's handling of coronavirus. It went on to say that 'fake news' is not tolerated in China

To make Mulan, Disney worked with four propaganda departments in the Chinese region of Xinjiang, the site of a genocide against Muslims. (Apologies, messed up the thread the first time). Here's the story of this insanity:

The Swedish clothing giant H&M cuts all ties with its Chinese supplier in Xinjiang due to alleged use of the forced labor of Uighur Muslims--a serious threat for any company operating from Xinjiang. H&M won't source any more cotton from Xinjiang.

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China has destroyed 8,500+ mosques in Xinjiang, says a new report based on satellite data. Researchers say China has also built or expanded 380 camps holding Uighurs and minorities since 2017, telling @guardian  it is like NYC building "55 prisons only for Black Americans."

To make Mulan, Disney worked with four propaganda departments in the Chinese region of Xinjiang, the site of a genocide against Muslims, and the Xinjiang public security bureau. This is a horrific. Here's my article on the subject, and a thread on why.

Disney threatened to boycott filming in Georgia when the state passed a pro-life bill. But thanked the Chinese Communist Party for letting the studio film in Xinjiang, which houses China’s concentration camps. Can’t make this stuff up.

If you're following the Erik Prince controversy, you'll enjoy a new highlight clip from my interview with him, in which I ask why he's building 'training facilities' in Xinjiang, where a million Uighur Muslims are in camps, and he tries & fails to deny it:

NEW Bolton book excerpt in WSJ: In June 2019, Xi "explained to Trump why he was basically building concentration camps in Xinjiang. ... Trump said that Xi should go ahead with building the camps, which Trump thought was exactly the right thing to do."

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