China Has Officially Passed the Death Count Of The Jew Victims In The Holocaust With Muslims: Xinjiang, China.
As of 2018, it was estimated that Chinese authorities may have detained hundreds of thousands, perhaps a million, Uyghurs, Kazakhs, Kyrgyz, and other ethnic Turkic Muslims were being held in secretive re-education camps which the Chinese claimed o be
" Voluntary Vocational Education and Training Centers " when in fact it was a hell hole where millions of Muslims were being captured for pe reasons such as having a beard, Muslim women covering their faces with a veil, having too many children, applying for a passport and other such futile reasons. these Re-education camps were made by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) in various regions of Xingjiang, China. The camps are managed by the Xinjiang government, the Party committee and have been operational since 2017.
"We must be as harsh as them and show absolutely no mercy." — Xi Jinping on the terror attacks in 2014, (translated from Mandarin Chinese). Xi equated Islamic extremism alternately to a virus-like illness and a severely addictive drug, and stated that addressing it would require "a period of painful, interventional treatment."
Treatment and Testimonies
A citizen Kazakh who was one of the detainees was released claimed ha he was constantly subjected to brainwashing and mortification and that he was made to study communist propaganda for hours every day and chant mottoes giving thanks and wishing for a long life to Xi Jinping.
An Uyghur woman confined in China, after escaping one of these camps, talked of beatings and torture. Children were being operated on, women were forced to take unknown medications which included pills that led them to faint and a white liquid that caused bleeding in some women and loss of menstruation in others. here is alleged general sexual abuse, including forced abortions, forced use of contraceptive methods, and mandatory sterilization. Muslims are forced to eat pork and consume alcohol which is forbidden in Islam.
Tahir Imin, a U.S.-based Uighur academic from Xinjiang who said he has several family members in internment camps, was not surprised to hear his religion being characterized as if it's a disease. In his view, it's part of China's attempt to eradicate Muslim ethnic minorities and forcefully assimilate them into the Han Chinese majority. "If they have any 'illness,' it is being Uighur," he said.
Harrowing survivor testimonies on what detention is like in Xinjiang.
Up to 80% of the Uyghur Muslim population has vanished since 2016, having either been detained in concentration camps or forcibly disappeared altogether.
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Rushan Abbas of the Campaign for Uyghurs claims that the actions of the Chinese government amount to genocide according to United Nations definitions which are laid out in the Genocide Convention. They were also forced to eat pork and consume alcohol which is forbidden in Islam. The Australian Strategic Policy Institute reported that from 2017-19 more than 80,000 Uyghurs were sent elsewhere in China for factory jobs that "strongly suggest forced labor"