China is under scanner once again for its ruthless and ugly acts against the Uyghur Turks and other Muslim communities in China.
Uyghur Turks and other Muslim communities in China are in great danger in China. They have urged the United Nations and other International countries to put pressure on China so that the acts of Genocide could be stopped.
Campaign for Uyghurs, an organization that highlights the life of the Uyghur Turks in China has published a report with the title “Genocide in East Turkistan”. The report says
The Chinese government sent 1.1 million Han Chinese cadres to East Turkistan to control the daily life of Uyghurs. Their job is to stay in Uyghur homes, share the same bed with them if necessary and to control all aspects of their daily lives,
With the ‘Double Relative Program’ initiated by the Beijing government, Han Chinese cadres make visits at least once every two months and stay for about a week. During the stay, while constantly spreading Chinese Communist Party propaganda, they also spy on them. During these visits, they encourage drinking of alcohol and eat pork, all of which are forbidden in Islam. If a Uyghur requests ‘halal meat’ from the market and if they do not drink, they are declared a suspect and sent to the camps,
Campaign for Uyghurs organization also alleged the Chinese government. It said
As such, the President of the People’s Republic of China, Xi Jinping, and the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region Secretary, Chen Quanguo, and other executives are all responsible and accountable for these crimes,
The report has dragged China into another controversy and the United States of America has reacted to these allegations with a strong step. It has banned 11 companies as a fresh blacklist has been announced. The ban includes Nanchang O-Film Tech company which is a supplier for Apple’s iPhone, Amazon.com Inc and Microsoft.
The U.S has categorically stated that the human rights violations in Western China’s Xinjiang for treating and killing of the Uighurs are the reasons for blacklisting these companies.