Torchlight Uyghur Group
This petition is available in the following languages: English, Turkish (Turkce), German (Deutsch), Japanese (日本語), Chinese (中文), Traditional Chinese (繁体字), French (Français),Arabic (عربى),Uyghur (ئۇيغۇرچە ), Slawyan(Kril)
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China: Stop Organ Harvesting from the Uyghur People!
(Mesheluyghur@gmail.com) This Petition Is Also Available In The Following Languages: Japanese (日本語), Russian (Pусский),Turkish (Turkçe), Chinese (Simplified), ,Traditional Chinese (繁体字),Uyghur (ئۇيغۇرچە) , French (Français). March 31th, 2018 The Uyghur people have been the victims of state-sponsored criminal policies carried out by the Chinese government for many decades. We have exposed some of the antihuman crimes of the Chinese government committed against the Uyghurs in East Turkestan in our previous petitions https://www.change.org/o/group_of_uyghurs_living_abroad Here, we are exposing one of the most heinous crimes of the Chinese government, namely, organ harvesting from the Uyghur people. Organ harvesting in China started in the 1960s and it became a systematic state-sponsored crime by 2015. Based on the Chinese media, there are tens of thousands people who participate in visceral transplant surgery each year (although according to some estimates this number varies from 60-100 thousand). A Chinese documentary film about organ harvesting, “Harvested Alive - 10 Years of Investigations”, reports that “Tens of thousands of people are secretly executed in China and their organs are harvested for the transplant surgery. Who are these victims? These people are mostly Uyghurs, Tibetans, underground Christians and Falun Gong practitioners, who are locked up for political and religious reasons by the Chinese government”. Enver Toxti, a medical doctor who worked at the Urumchi Railway Hospital, in East Turkestan, said that he witnessed organ harvesting operations when he was in China. He tells a painful and unforgettable story about his first organ harvesting operation. He was ordered to take the inner organs of a still-alive person (inmate) as quickly as possible. He remembers that “When I was working at the hospital in the 1990s, some Uyghur parents would express their concerns about their detained children after they were released from the prisons and would ask us to make some checks on their physical health, as their children started exhibiting abnormal physical conditions after their release. As a result, we found some scars on them from the surgeries operated without the knowledge of their parents.” He reported that the Chinese government started organ harvesting experiments on Uyghurs in East Turkestan much earlier than the other places in China, but it wasn’t reported internationally for the reasons that the Uyghurs and their misfortunes were not well-known since they were considered as “internal matters” of China. There was an article published in the December 5th, 2011 issue of the Weekly Standard on this topic, titled “The Xinjiang Procedure - Beijing’s ‘New Frontier’ is ground zero for the organ harvesting of political prisoners”. The article told the vivid story with strong evidence of an executed Uyghur criminal whose organs were harvested while he was still alive after the execution and concluded that organ harvesting started in East Turkestan much earlier than the other places in China. Sina.com estimated on their December 27, 2017 report that China will become the world’s number one organ transplant country by 2020. When compared to a country like the United States, which has a large number of organ donors, one can’t help but question how come China with such a low number of donors can become the world’s top ranking country in organ transplant in such a short time? Are they saying it with such a confidence because they consider the estimated one million Uyghurs detained in China’s Nazi-style concentration camps in East Turkestan as their organ harvesting target? Many reports have been published on the Chinese government’s collection of the biological samples, such as blood, from the whole Uyghur population without informing them and without their consent, and making the “physical checkups” mandatory for the entire Uyghur population between the ages of 12 and 65 since 2016. One can’t stop but speculate the interrelations of these events and the hidden truth behind them. In 2017, the prominent Chinese dissident Guo Wengui revealed a shocking news of killing of 5 Uyghurs to perform a liver transplant for the son of Jiang Zemin, the former General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Mr. Guo also exposed that Meng Jianhong and his girlfriends also used Uyghur’s organs for their organ transplant. Mr. Guo further revealed the detainment of a 21-year Uyghur male from a hotel in Beijing without any reason and his killing for the organ harvesting for the CCP leaders and their family members. He informed the world that he holds real evidences for the above-mentioned crimes. We, the Torchlight Uyghur Group, consider the organ harvesting from Uyghurs as a state terrorism and a heinous act that is being carried out by a coordinated effort between the Chinese government and the Chinese hospitals. We also consider this crime as a genocide targeting the innocent and helpless Uyghur people in East Turkestan. We appeal to the United Nations, foreign governments and all international humanitarian and human rights organizations to break their silence on this heinous crime, and to understand and remember the fact that innocent Uyghurs are imprisoned and being killed in East Turkestan, in their own land, by the Chinese dictatorship. We call for the people of the world to realize the Chinese government’s act as a crime against the whole humanity and demand the Chinese government to stop the state terrorism towards Uyghurs! We, the Uyghurs, are powerless and helpless at the moment. As such, we are unable to defend ourselves against the Chinese government’s atrocities and cannot fight this battle for our survival alone. We need the support of the global community. If tens of thousands of people from around the world sign our petition, it may be possible that the United Nations will make a commitment and will act to stop the tragedy that the Uyghur people are facing today. Please join us in our fight to end the appalling atrocities happening in East Turkestan. Please sign and share this petition. Thank you! To read the full text of this petition, please click HERE. You can find more information from the following sites: https://www.facebook.com/torchuyghur/ https://twitter.com/torch_uyghur http://blog.freedomsherald.org http://freedomsherald.org/ET/unb/
China: Stop Collecting DNA from Entire Uyghur Population
(Mesheluyghur@gmail.com) This petition is also available in the following languages: French (Français), Japanese (日本語), Russian (Pусский),Turkish (Turkçe), Chinese (Simplified), Arabic (عربى),Uyghurche, Uyghur (Latinche), March 10th, 2018 Uyghur people have lived under the state policies of ethnic discrimination and assimilation since our homeland, East Turkestan (called Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in present-day China), was occupied by the Communist Chinese in 1949. Over time, the communist regime changed the way of treating the Uyghurs to severe oppression, and the Uyghurs have been living as the second-class citizens in their own homeland ever since. However since July 2009 after the July 5th 2009 massacre in Urumchi, the capital of East Turkestan, the Chinese government has stepped up their repressive policies towards the Uyghurs until today Uyghurs are living in a situation of state terror. This state terrorism reached its peak when Chen Quanguo took office as the Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in East Turkestan. Under the heavy-handed rule of Chen Quanguo, all Uyghurs are now being treated like criminals, and all Uyghurs with religious faith are now being treated like terrorists. One of the prominent aspects of such treatments is the collection of the DNA data of the entire Uyghur population in East Turkestan without legal protection and without the knowledge of the people whose DNA is being collected. It was reported by various media sources in 2017 that the local government in East Turkestan had spent more than 10 million dollars to purchase 12 DNA sequencers to test and analyze DNA samples. Some of them are ‘next generation’ DNA sequencers, which could be used to determine ancestry, eye color and other physical characteristics from genetic samples. Several biologists estimated that, if used at full capacity, the new equipment could be used to profile up to 10,000 DNA samples a day and several million a year. We have learned from several witnesses who fled China recently and also from some Chinese media reports that the local government has already started the collection of the DNA samples from a large number of Uyghurs, and the Chinese authorities are planning to continue this process until the DNA samples of all Uyghurs are collected. Many countries use DNA fingerprinting to solve and prevent crimes, but most Uyghurs living abroad are extremely worried about how the DNA is being collected in East Turkestan. In March of 2017, Chinese state media detailed the conclusion of a 4-month program during which 17.5 million people - who were predominantly Uyghurs - were given health checks, including blood tests. Last year, other reports emerged that most of the people who underwent these examinations had been forced to do so. The whole Uyghur population in East Turkestan is currently under attack from all directions by the communist Chinese regime. One reason is that East Turkestan is a key strategic point in China’s “One-Belt, One-Road (OBOR)” initiative, and the whole Uyghur population has become an inconvenience for that initiative. It is not clear where or when this will end, or if it ends at all. More than 10% of the Uyghur population is currently being held illegally in jails, political “re-education” concentration camps and orphanages (http://chn.ge/2CAIJFR http://chn.ge/2Dw8YAU ). We were told that the largest construction project currently underway in East Turkestan is the building of new jails and new concentration camps throughout its territory (http://www.xjjsxx.com/zhaobiaogonggao/2017/0914/2032.html Some international organizations such as Human Rights Watch warned that the collection of the Uyghurs’ DNA could be used as a way for the authorities to intensify their political control. But, because the Uyghurs have no legal representation and virtually no institutional support in China, the Chinese government is practically unrestricted in conducting any type of human experiments on the Uyghur people. For that reason, many Uyghurs living abroad are worried that the biodata of the entire Uyghur people might be used for something far worse, such as to selectively harvest the organs of the Uyghurs, as thousands of Uyghurs have already been disappeared behind “the black gate” of the Chinese mass detention system. We, the Torchlight Uyghur Group, appeal to the United Nations, foreign governments and all international humanitarian and human rights organizations to demand the Chinese government stop the collection of DNA and the other biodata of the whole Uyghur population, and to disclose to the world what they are truly doing with the Uyghurs’ DNA data that they have already collected. We, the Uyghurs, are powerless and helpless at the moment. As such, we are unable to defend ourselves against the Chinese government’s atrocities and cannot fight this battle for our survival alone. We need the support of the global community. If tens of thousands of people from around the world sign our petition, it may be possible that the United Nations will make a commitment and will act to stop the tragedy that the Uyghur people are facing today. Please join us in our fight to end the appalling atrocities happening in East Turkestan. Please sign and share this petition. Thank you!
Stop Chinese Communist Dictator Chen Quanguo’s Crimes against Humanity in East Turkestan
(Mesheluyghur@gmail.com) This petition is also available in the following languages: Arabic (عربى), German (Deutsch), French (Français), Japanese (日本語), Russian (Pусский),Turkish (Turkçe), Chinese (Simplified),Uyghur (ئۇيغۇرچە,) Uyghur (Latinche), Slawiyanche (Kril) Feb 24th, 2018 Chen Quanguo is the Communist Party Secretary of East Turkestan (known as Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in present-day China). He was promoted to this post in August 2016, after subduing another heavily oppressed region — Tibet. Since then, he has initiated a series of unprecedented repressive measures against the Uyghur people, and ideological purges against so-called “two-faced” Uyghur officials as well as Uyghurs who earned high-respect and/or have strong influence in their own professional fields or careers (The “two-faced” is a term applied by the regime to describe the Uyghurs who do not willingly follow directives and exhibit signs of “disloyalty.”). Chen’s regime is now treating all the Uyghurs as criminals, and all the Uyghurs with religious faith as terrorists. His government not only jailed a huge number of innocent Uyghurs (in some estimates this number is between 50,000 to 100,000), they also locked up far more people in Nazi-style concentration camps. The total number now exceeds one million, constituting more than 10% of the total Uyghur population (according to China’s 2010 census) in East Turkestan. Even more horribly, the Chen’s regime is treating those one million Uyghur men and women in very inhuman ways both in prisons and in concentration camps. In prisons, those innocent “prisoners” are tortured in a way that people living in any civilized society cannot imagine. For example, the torture includes water cells, burning female victims’ faces and bodies with cigarettes and telling them “Call your God to rescue you”, hanging by the wrists, beating with police batons, electric batons or other objects, kicking, exposure to sustained cold, blinding with a hot, bright light, forcing a prisoner to maintain a stress position for prolonged periods, prolonged deprivation of sleep, water and food, restraining for days in so-called “tiger chairs” (used to immobilize suspects during interrogations), handcuffs, and leg irons. In most cases, such abuses have resulted in deaths, or physical and/or mental disabilities. Here are two recent reports related to this petition: (1)China Xinjiang police state: Fear and resentment http://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-asia-china-42911468/china-xinjiang-police-state-fear-and-resentment?ocid=wsnews.chat-apps.in-app-msg.whatsapp.trial.link1_.auin (2) New party boss wields heavy hand of Chinese rule over Uyghurs https://www.rfa.org/english/news/special/uyghur-oppression/ Chen’s regime has turned more than one million Uyghurs into “Innocent Prisoners” in East Turkestan. We strongly believe that Chen’s policies and actions against Uyghurs, as exemplified above, constitute as Crimes Against Humanity, and Chen should be brought to justice for his crimes. We, the Uyghurs, are powerless and helpless at the moment. As such, we are unable to defend ourselves against the Chinese government’s atrocities and cannot fight this battle for our survival alone. We need the support of the global community. If tens of thousands of people from around the world sign our petition, it may be possible that the United Nations will make a commitment and will act to stop the tragedy that the Uyghur people are facing today, and stop Chen Quanguo’s crimes against humanity in East Turkestan. Please join us in our fight to end the appalling atrocities happening in East Turkestan. Please sign and share this petition. Thank you! To read the full text of this petition, please click HERE. You can find more information from the following sites: https://www.facebook.com/torchuyghur/ https://twitter.com/torch_uyghur http://blog.freedomsherald.org http://freedomsherald.org/ET/unb/
China: Release the Thousands of Uyghur Prisoners of Influence
China: Release the Thousands of Uyghur Prisoners of Influence By Torchlight Uyghur Group (Mesheluyghur@gmail.com) www.facebook.com/torchuyghur/ https://twitter.com/torch_uyghur http://blog.freedomsherald.org/ This Petition Is Also Available In The Following Languages: Turkish (Turkçe), German (Deutsch), French (Français), Arabic (عربى), Russian (Pусский), Spanish (Español), Uyghur (ئۇيغۇرچە), Slawyan (Kiril), Japanese (日本語), February 3, 2018 We stated in our first 2 petitions that more than 1 million Uyghurs, or more than 10% of the Uyghur population living in East Turkestan (refer to the 2010 Chinese census) are currently being held illegally in jails, Nazi-style political “re-education” concentration camps and orphanages (http://chn.ge/2CAIJFR http://chn.ge/2Dw8YAU ). The arrest of the Uyghurs in large numbers has been going on for a long time, but it intensified since July 2009, after the July 5th massacre that took place in Urumchi, the capital of East Turkestan, and has reached to a record level since Chen Quan-guo took office as the Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in East Turkestan. The Uyghur detainees came from all spans of life, as exemplified in our recent report titled “Political Persecution of the Uyghurs — Brief Description of Some Individual Cases” (http://freedomsherald.org/ET/unb/ Among them, there is a special category of people, namely, prominent Uyghurs or Uyghurs of influence. They represent a group of people in various areas of life and profession, who have prominent influence among the Uyghurs, or play leading roles in the Uyghur society or in their own fields of profession, such as intellectuals, writers, lecturers, poets, website owners and administrators, business owners, entrepreneurs, leading community activists, actors-actresses, religious figures, sports professionals, and even some rich people. Therefore, they can be called “the Uyghur prisoners of influence”. They are very similar to the “prisoners of conscience” that are common to Han Chinese and the other ethnic groups in China, including the Uyghurs. But the Uyghur prisoners of influence were jailed or detained in concentration camps for a different reason, that is, for being famous and/or influential among their own community or in their own professional fields. If we imagine the whole Uyghur population as a person, these prisoners of influence can be considered as his/her head, and the Chinese government is now slowly cutting the head off. Here is an article published on 2 Feb. 2018 in “New York Times” related to the above issue: What It’s Like to Live in a Surveillance State https://mobile.nytimes.com/2018/02/02/opinion/china-uighurs-xinjiang.html?referer=http://m.facebook.com Recently, several media outlets have reported on the arrests of several prominent Uyghurs and leading Uyghur intellectuals. They include Halmurat Ghopur (a leading intellectual), Abdurehim Heyit (a famous singer and musician), Yasinjan Moydin (a businessman and restaurant owner; got ill in a jail, and recently died in a hospital), Ahmatjan Heyder (a religious figure; got released from a jail after getting seriously ill, but died shortly thereafter), Muhammed Salih (a religious leader and scholar; he did the modern translation of the Holy Quran from Arabic to Uyghur language; he was taken into a concentration camp recently, and died on Jan. 24 at 82. His two daughters and a son-in-law also got arrested), Hebibullah Tohti (returned from Egypt after getting a doctor’s degree, and sentenced to a 10-years prison term shortly thereafter), four wealthiest Uyghurs in Kashgar, and some Uyghurs who studied abroad. The charges mentioned included “having nationalist tendencies”, “acts against the state”, “having extremist or politically incorrect views”, “being two-faced” and “undertaking unapproved, private hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca)”. Some of such reports can be found at http://freedomsherald.org/ET/unb/ Previously, the jailing of the Uyghur scholar Ilham Tohti received wide coverage in the international media. However, the most cases in such nature still remain unnoticed and unreported, even though such action of the Chinese government is having devastating impact on the Uyghur society and on the lives of all the Uyghur people in East Turkestan and abroad. We have obtained information on many more cases of the arrested and the detained influential and/or prominent Uyghurs from people who fled China recently, but we restrained ourselves from presenting such cases in this petition. The reason is, the Chinese government is currently using one of their ancient tactics in oppressing the whole Uyghur population, namely, “not only cut the grass, but also destroy the roots” (斩草除根). Based on this tactic, if the Chinese government suspects the loyalty of an Uyghur on themselves, they not only arrest and in some cases kill with some fake charges that person, but also they do the same to his/her extended family members. So it is very common that a lot of Uyghur families have lost more than 10 extended family members to jails, concentration camps and orphanages. Several examples of such cases are presented in the above report. We have learned that the Chinese government has issued “arrest schedules”, “look-up tables” and printed verdicts with two blank spaces, the first for the name and the second for the jail time of the future “criminals”, to local government officials and airport administrators. These documents are issued from the top at the provincial government level down to the heads of all villages. According to such directives, the Uyghurs who “committed” crimes are divided into 3 categories: (1) 6 months to 3 years jail term (副管 in Chinese). People belonging to this category are ordinary, innocent ones who were arrested to fill some quota came down from the top. For example, in 2017, Urumchi police issued an order to all its branches to arrest 3000 Uyghurs and Kazakhs in this category within a week. This was reported by the Radio-Free Asia (USA). (2) 7 – 10 years jail term (严管). It is for people who have relatives abroad, who were found to have stored forbidden contents in their smartphones, and activists. (3) 10 - 15 years jail term (强管). It is for people who returned from abroad, who were forcibly returned from abroad, “political criminals”, and people with religious knowledge. When “catching” an Uyghur “criminal”, a local government official first determines which category that “criminal” belongs to, fills out a pre-printed verdict mentioned above, and gives that verdict to that “criminal” right at the spot. For example, since 2016 the CCP government in East Turkestan pressured the parents of the Uyghur students studying in different parts of the world, often using jail terms as a threat. As a result, some unknown number of Uyghur students (the number is in the thousands in our estimate) went back to East Turkestan to save their parents from trouble. However, many of those students were sentenced to 3 – 7 years of jail terms and were taken to jails directly from the Urumchi airport upon their return. In many cases their parents had never seen them after returning from abroad. They just simply disappeared in East Turkestan or somewhere else in China. According to the accounts of a close friend who talked to us, Behtiyar, an Uyghur man in his 20s, decided to visit his parents and other relatives in Kashgar in the summer of 2016. Because restrictions and punishments are much more severe in Kashgar than in Urumchi, he decided to protect himself from all the potential troubles by having his smartphone “cleaned up” in a police “black market” in Urumchi. The police servicemen there asked him to pay 500 Yuan (more than $80) for the service. He paid them and thought he had made his smartphone “safe” to travel to Kashgar. He was thoroughly checked after he got off the airplane in Kashgar, including his smartphone. At that time, one of the police officers told him that he found prohibited contents in Behtiyar’s phone, including a photo of Turkish president Erdogan and another photo of a Turkish national flag. But Behtiyar explained to them what he did in Urumchi before starting this trip. However, they told him that they can retrieve all the deleted contents from a smartphone. The police called Behtiyar’s parents and told them that they need to pay the police 30,000 Yuan (about $5,000) to get their son back, otherwise their son will be jailed. It took 3 days for Behtiyar’s parents to come up with such money. When they finally came to the airport with the money, the police told them that their son had been arrested, given a 7-year prison term and sent to a jail whose location was unknown to them. Behtiyar was simply disappeared this way. The person who told us the above real story also told us that one prohibited content found in someone’s smart phone earns him or her a minimum 7-year jail term. That is consistent with Bahtiyar’s 7-years prison term. Behtiyar is not a prominent Uyghur nor a leading intellectual. He is just an average Uyghur. But we told the above story so that you would understand how a jail term is now easily handed out to an innocent Uyghur in East Turkestan. There was a young Uyghur bodybuilder in southern East Turkestan. He was well-known to the Uyghur youth with his well-developed and very good-looking body. He is good in bodybuilding but not known in anything else. However, the Chinese government targeted him as a suspect because of his influence among the young Uyghur people. One day the police came up with a fake crime for him and threw him in a jail with a 5-year prison term. In East Turkestan, jailing an influential Uyghur figure is as simple as that. That is, being prominent or being influential among the Uyghurs is a serious crime in East Turkestan, and thousands of innocent Uyghurs were jailed and detained for such “crime”. That is part of the reasons why more than 1 million young and adult Uyghurs are currently being held either in jails or in concentration camps, and their small children are sent to orphanages. The English-language program of the Voice of America (VOA) reported that “Recently, the U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has drawn attention to increased restrictions on the ability of Uighurs in China to express and practice their religion. The State Department’s annual Human Rights Report also has highlighted repression of Uighurs’ freedoms of speech, movement, association, and assembly.” We, the Torchlight Uyghur group, thank the US government, as well as the governments of the other countries and various international organizations for their support towards the Uyghur people. In the mean time, we appeal to the United Nations, foreign governments, and other international human rights and humanitarian organizations to demand the Chinese government to unconditionally release those thousands of Uyghur prisoners of influence. We, the Uyghurs, are powerless and helpless at the moment. As such, we cannot defend ourselves against the Chinese government’s atrocities and cannot fight this battle for our survival alone. We need the support of the global community. If tens of thousands of people from around the world sign our petition, it may be possible that the United Nations will make a commitment and will act to stop the tragedy that the Uyghur people are facing today. Please join us in our fight to end the appalling atrocities happening in East Turkestan. Please sign and share this petition. Thank you!
China: Release the 1 Million Uyghurs Detained in Nazi-Style Concentration Camps
China: Release The 1 Million Uyghur Detainees Held Illegally In Nazi-Style Concentration Camps By Torchlight Uyghur Group (Mesheluyghur@gmail.com) www.facebook.com/torchuyghur/ https://twitter.com/torch_uyghur http://blog.freedomsherald.org/ This Petition Is Also Available In The Following Languages: Turkish (Turkçe), German (Deutsch), Japanese (日本語), Chinese (中文), Traditional Chinese (繁体字), French (Français), Arabic (عربى), Uyghur (ئۇيغۇرچە), Slawyan (Kiril), Russian(Pусский) January 20th, 2018 Many media organizations around the world have recently reported that a large portion of the Uyghur population is being detained either in jails or in so-called “re-education camps” (http://freedomsherald.org/ET/unb/ while their children are being kept in countless orphanages in the East Turkestan. Recently, we have learned from official sources inside East Turkestan that the number of the Uyghurs currently being held in these Nazi-style political “re-education” concentration camps is more than 800,000. That is a number known officially inside East Turkestan, but all the unofficial numbers we obtained from various sources exceed one million. According to the 2010 Chinese census, the Uyghur population in East Turkestan was 10,000,370 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xinjiang This means that about 10% of the current Uyghur population is locked up. The conditions of the concentration camps are horrific because of the fact that such a large number of Uyghurs are locked up in relatively small and crowded spaces. We were told by several people who fled China recently that people even cannot lie down during the night with their backs on the floor; instead, they have to sleep sideways with all the adjacent bodies touching one another. We have also learned from some Uyghurs who recently lost their close relatives in the concentration camps that a significant number of Uyghurs are losing their lives in those camps every day. The families of the victims are just receiving their dead bodies from those overcrowded concentration camps. The local authorities are not giving back the bodies of the younger Uyghurs died, instead, just burying them in the nearby empty fields. These are just a few of the many examples of the horrible conditions in these concentration camps. How did those more than one million people end up in jails, concentration camps and orphanages? It is extremely difficult to obtain such information in China, but we have managed to get information on some individual cases from the relatives of those victims’ living outside China (The report titled “Political persecution of the Uyghurs – Brief description of some individual cases” at http://freedomsherald.org/ET/unb/ The Uyghurs are one of the ancient peoples living in the heart of Asia. They have a long and proud history, and a rich culture. Throughout the history, the Uyghurs have been a great contributor to the world peace and prosperity. Due to their geographical location along the famous Silk Road, they have been a major force in the cultural exchange between the East and the West. We strongly believe that the Uyghurs are an indispensable part of the wider international community and will continue such contribution to the world’s ethnic and cultural diversities in the future. Similarly, the Uyghurs will contribute to the world's peace and prosperity, just as they have done in the past. Therefore, the Uyghurs have every right to live in peace with dignity, and to continuously prosper, as any other nations on the surface of our mother Earth. However, in the recent decades, the Chinese government has banned the Uyghur language from its use at all levels of education in East Turkestan, outlawed Uyghur literature (by banning and burning historical and literature books written in the Uyghur language), restricted, criminalized and attempted to eliminate Uyghurs’ religious belief and practice, and has systematically flooded East Turkestan with Han Chinese migrants in the name of “developing the West”, and thereby marginalized the Uyghurs in their own homeland. And now the Chinese government is openly killing the Uyghur people, too, in those Nazi-style Chinese concentration camps by implementing a state-sponsored ethnic cleansing policy. If we don’t get help immediately from the United Nations and from the international community to stop the Chinese government from what they are doing towards the Uyghurs in East Turkestan, the Uyghurs will keep dying and disappearing in large numbers in those Chinese concentration camps (http://www.freedomsherald.org/ET/images/image201801_13.jpg and will soon face an unprecedented threat to their very existence. Therefore, we appeal to all the international communities and human rights organizations not to ignore the Chinese government’s crimes against humanity – the crimes currently being committed against the innocent Uyghur people. We appeal to the United Nations and other international human rights organizations to demand the Chinese government to release those 1 million Uyghurs, and send investigation teams to East Turkestan and find out: ● Where are those jails, concentration camps and orphanages? ● Why and where those one million Uyghurs are being detained? ● What are they eating and where and how are they sleeping? ● What are they doing during the day? ● What are their current health conditions? ● What are the current death rates among the detainees? ● What is happening to the children/siblings/parents of the people held in jails and concentration camps? We, the Uyghurs, are powerless and helpless at the moment. As such, we cannot defend ourselves against the Chinese government’s atrocities and cannot fight this battle for our survival alone. We need the support of the global community. If tens of thousands of people from around the world sign our petition, it may be possible that the United Nations will make a commitment and will act to stop the tragedy that the Uyghur people are facing today. Please join us in our fight to end the appalling atrocities happening in East Turkestan. Please sign and share this petition. Thank you! About the Uyghur People and East Turkestan: East Turkestan is the homeland of the Uyghur people. It has been under the communist China' s occupation since 1949. East Turkestan is located in the Central Asia, and borders China and Mongolia to the east, Russia to the north, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India to the west, and Tibet to the south. The landmass of East Turkestan is bigger than whole Western Europe. Its colonial name is “Xinjiang”, which means "the new territory" or "the new frontier" in Chinese. China officially designated the East Turkestan a Uyghur autonomous region in 1955, but in reality it has never become a genuine autonomous region. The Chinese government reported the number of the Uyghur population in East Turkestan as 10,000,370 (refer to the 2010 Chinese census), but some Uyghur sources estimate the real population of Uyghurs to be around 20 million.
Stop Chinese Government’s Inhumane Treatment towards the Uyghurs
Stop Chinese Government’s Inhumane Treatment towards the Uyghurs By Torchlight Uyghur Group (firstname.lastname@example.org) This petition is also available in the following languages: Turkish (Turkçe), German (Deutsch), Japanese (日本語), Chinese (中文), Dutch (Nederlands), Uyghur (ئۇيغۇرچە ), Spanish (Español), Arabic (عربى), French (Français), Russian(Pусский) www.facebook.com/torchuyghur/ https://twitter.com/torch_uyghur http://blog.freedomsherald.org/ January 5, 2018 The Uyghurs are the indigenous people of East Turkestan (known as Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in present China), a land occupied by the communist China in 1949 and equivalent to the one sixth of the total China's territory. Since 2009, Chinese government intensified its ethnic cleansing policy towards the Uyghurs under a cult of stability. At the moment, several types of contacts, including money sending-receiving, between the Uyghurs in China and those abroad are completely cut-off. Also, the parents and/or close relatives of the many Uyghurs living abroad are being held either in jails or in "Nazi-style" political re-education concentration camps (https://freedomsherald.wordpress.com/2017/12/18/china-detains-uyghurs-in-nazi-style-camps/ ) in East Turkestan. Most Uyghurs live outside China cannot call and send text messages to parents and siblings back home, due to the fear that their loved ones may end up either in jails or in so-called “re-education centers”. We have recently learned from some sources back home that the number of the Uyghurs currently being held in jails and in “re-education camps” is more than 800,000. This is an official estimation and actual number could be much higher than this. We have also learned that the Uyghurs, who travelled to one of the 26 Muslim countries in Chinese government’s list and returned to China regardless of their age, male or female, are being sentenced to 10 years of jail term right at the airport and being taken directly to a jail in China from the airport. We have reliable information about several cases, involving victims, as mentioned above. Additionally, Exiled Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui exposed China’s abuse of the Uyghurs and said: “To speak honestly, people always say Chinese citizens are treated like pigs and dogs, but the people of East Turkestan and Tibet don’t even have the opportunity to be treated like pigs and dogs. I feel great pity for them.” (https://freedomsherald.wordpress.com/2017/11/22/chinese-exiled-billionaire-guo-wengui-exposes-chinas-abuse-of-the-uyghurs/) The current situation in East Turkestan is severely damaging the mental health of the Uyghur people abroad, and some students have reached to a level of mentally breaking-down, without being able to pay their tuition and living cost, and without being able to know whether their parents and/or siblings are still alive – most Uyghurs abroad have not been able to communicate, even once, with their parents and/or siblings in East Turkestan for more than 8 months. So, the Uyghur people outside China started the new year with deep frustration, worries, fear and depression, because they have no way of knowing or getting news about their parents and siblings: If they are still alive or dead, and if they are in prison or in concentration camps . As part of the Uyghurs studying, working and living abroad, we are asking that the Chinese government to end its inhuman policies forced upon the Uyghurs in East Turkistan, China, and abroad. We demand the Chinese government to do following: 1. Close the “political re-education camps”; they are in violation of the China’s relevant laws and the relevant international regulations; 2. Stop the policy that prohibits the Uyghurs in East Turkestan travel to a foreign country and the Uyghurs abroad travel to East Turkestan; 3. Guarantee that the Uyghurs abroad can receive money from, send money to and communicate with their parents and/or siblings in East Turkestan; 4. Stop the surveillance of the Uyghurs who have relatives abroad, and allow them to communicate with relatives overseas; 5. Stop the surveillance and the remote control of the Uyghurs living abroad; 6. Stop interrogating the home computers and mobile phones of all the Uyghurs living in East Turkestan; 7. Stop the arbitrary search of Uyghur homes, and mandatory assignment of Han Chinese “relatives” to every Uyghur family. ————————————————————————————————————— 05 Ocak 2018 Çin devleti son yıllarda özellikle 5 Temmuz Ürümçi (2009) katliamından sonra Doğu Türkistan’da (Xinjiang Uygur Özerk Bölgesi) ve yurtdışında yaşayan Uygur Türklerine yönelik çeşitli insanlık dışı politikaları uygulamakta. Özellikle, 2016’da bölgeye ÇKP sekreteri olarak atanan Chen Quanguo’nun bölgedeki Nazi tarzı uygulamaları https://freedomsherald.wordpress.com/2017/11/22/chinese-exiled-billionaire-guo-wengui-exposes-chinas-abuse-of-the-uyghurs/ akabinde bölge tamamen polis devleti ve açık hapishaneye çevrilmiş durumdadır https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jun/23/in-chinas-far-west-experts-fear-a-ticking-timebomb-religious Yurtdışında akrabası olanlar, son yıllarda normal ve hukuki yollardan temin ettikleri Çin pasaportu ile bireysel veya Çin devletine bağlı turizm şirketlerinin seyahat turları ile yurtdışına çıkanlar, özellikle Türkiye başta olmak üzere 26 Müslüman ülkesini ziyaret edenler veya yurtdışına çıkmak için pasaport alanlar sorgusuz sualsiz hapse atılmakta veya Nazi uygulamasını andıran beyin yıkama kamplarında zorunlu politik eğitime tabi tutulmaktadır. Yurtdışında eğitim görenler Mısır örneğinde olduğu gibi zorla geri götürülmekte veya ailesi rehin tutularak dönmesi için baskı yapılmaktadır. Bizler, yurtdışında yaşayan bir grup Uygur Türkleri olarak, Çin devleti ve hükumetinden aşağıda belirtilen insanlık dışı uygulamaları acilen kaldırmasını, Çin anayasası ve diğer ilgili yasalarında taahhüt edilen haklarının bir an önce sağlanmasını talep ediyoruz. Aynı zamanda uluslararası toplumun bize destek vererek işbu kampanyayı imzalamasını rica ediyoruz. 1. Çin devleti kendi yasalarına ve taraf olduğu uluslararası antlaşmalara aykırı olan “Politik Eğitim/Beyin Yıkama Kamplarını” kapatmalı, 2. Doğu Türkistan’da yaşayan Uygur Türklerinin yurtdışına seyahat yasağını ve yurtdışındaki Doğu Türkistanlıların memleketlerine dönüş, akraba ziyareti engeli kaldırılmalı, 3. Yurtdışında yaşayan Doğu Türkistanlılar ile bölge halkı arasındaki para gönderme, posta, telefon, haberleşme engeli kaldırılmalı ve işbu hakkı saklı tutmalı, 4. Yurtdışında akrabası olanlara yönelik denetim ve gözetim kaldırılmalı, en temel hakkı olan iletişim ve haber alma özgürlüğü sağlanmalı, 5. Yurtdışında yaşayan Uygur Türklerine yönelik uzaktan kontrol ve gözetimi kaldırmalı, ailesini ve akrabalarını rehin tutma politikasından bir an evvel vazgeçmeli, 6. Uygur Türklerinin şahsi bilgisayarlarini ve cep telefonlarini gerekçesiz kontrol etme uygulamasini kaldirmali. 7. Uygur Türklerinin evlerine yönelik zorunlu ziyareti, gerekçesiz baskınları ve Uygur-Çinli zorunlu akrabalaşma uygulamasına son vermeli. ————————————————————————————————————— Als ein Teil der Uiguren im Ausland fordern wir die chinesische Regierung dazu auf, die aufgezwungene unmenschliche Politik gegen die ausländischen aber vor allem gegen die einheimischen Uiguren im uigurischen autonomen Gebiet Xinjiang (Osttürkistan) zu unterlassen. Wir fordern die chinesische Regierung dazu auf, dass sie…. 1. die «politischen Umerziehungslager» schliessen. Sie verstossen gegen chinesische sowie internationale Gesetze und Regulationen. 2. das Verbot aufheben, einheimische Uiguren in das Ausland und die ausländischen Uiguren in die Heimat reisen zu lassen. 3. garantieren, dass die ausländischen Familienangehörigen mit denen in der Heimat regelrecht kommunizieren können und dass Güter wie z.B. Geld rechtsgemäss verschickt und erhalten werden. 4. Die Überwachung von Uiguren, die Verwandte im Ausland haben, stoppen und es ihnen erlauben, mit ihnen zu kommunizieren. 5. die Überwachung sowie die Fernsteuerung der Uiguren im Ausland stoppen. 6. die Untersuchung von Computern und Telefonen der heimischen Uiguren stoppen. mit der willkürlichen Suche nach uigurischen Häusern und mit der obligatorischen Zuweisung von Han-chinesischen «Verwandten» an uigurische Haushalte ————————————————————————————————————— 1- 中国また国際人権協約に違反する所謂『再教育トレーニング.センター』を閉めること；2. ウイグル自治区(東トルキスタン)におけるウイグル人だけを対象にする、国内のウイグル人は外国に旅に出られない、国外のウイグル人が故郷を訪ねられない政策を廃止すること；3. ウイグル自治区のウイグル人と国外にいるウイグル人との間における送金、通信、郵便する権利を保護すること;4.外国に親戚がいるウイグル人住民に対する監視を廃止するとともに、彼らの電話やほかのネット上でのコミュニケーションを認めること;5.国外に在住するウイグル人らに対する遠距離コントロールや監視を廃止する、また彼らの家族や親戚に対する拉致や脅威を止めること; 6.ウイグル人住民だけを対象にした個人コンピュータや携帯にある情報を審査すること、また結婚など様々な個人的集会に対する制限を廃止すること;7. ウイグル人だけを対象にした強制的な家族訪問や、中国人との親戚関係を強制的に求める行為を止めること ————————————————————————————————————— 请愿书中国政府！停止对维吾尔人的非人道待遇 请愿人：维吾尔人2018年1月5日维吾尔人是中亚的突厥民族之一，世代居住在东突厥斯坦。其国土在1884年被大清帝国占领并命名为［新疆］。 1949年以来该地区并入中华人民共和国版图 并改称［新疆维吾尔自治区］。 自2009年以来，中国政府以维稳为名，开始加速并半公开化执行针对维吾尔人的同化政策。目前，国内外维吾尔人之间的种种联系已完全中断。很多国外有亲属的维吾尔人已被关进监狱或被关押在集中营性质的所谓的［教育转化培训中心］ https://freedomsherald.wordpress.com/2017/11/22/chinese-exiled-billionaire-guo-wengui-exposes-chinas-abuse-of-the-uyghurs/ 维吾尔人因跟国外的亲属通信通话而面临惩罚。他们或受牢狱之灾或被打进上述的集中营式的［教育转化培训中心］。国外大部分维吾尔人因担心亲人受迫害而不敢与国内的亲人通话或交流。请愿人最近从家乡经各种渠道得知已入狱或被打进［教育转化培训中心］的维吾尔人总数超过80万。据推测这仅仅是官方的估算，实际人数远高出这个数字。此外，请愿人还得知凡是曾去过被中国政府列入黑名单的26个中东或中亚国家的维吾尔人无论男女老幼，一入境就被逮捕，并直接判处10年徒刑。对此请愿人手握确凿的案例为证。家乡目前的严峻形式正在严重伤害着国外维吾尔人的身心健康。 一些维吾尔留学生不但无法获得汇款而生活学业等方方面面遭遇危机，而且由于无法联系到家人，而濒临精神崩溃的边缘。当全世界都在欢快的歌声中辞旧迎新时， 国外的维吾尔人则在绝望，忧虑，恐惧和压抑中迎接着2018年 为此代表在国外学习和生活的维吾尔人，请愿人郑重敦促中国政府停止针对国内维吾尔人的非人道政策，并呼吁：1. 关闭违反中国自身法律法规和国际条例的[教育转化培训中心] 。2. 停止执行违法的，禁止维吾尔人出国或入境的歧视性政策。3. 恢复维吾尔人的正当收汇款权利，同时停止维吾尔人因与国外的亲属进行通话而受 惩罚的政策。4. 停止针对对在国外有亲属的维吾尔人的监控并允许他们正常通讯联系。5. 停止对国外维吾尔人的远距离监控和管制。6. 停止针对维吾尔人个人电脑和手机的随意盘查。7. 停止针对维吾尔人的随意搜查并停止针对维吾尔族与汉族之间强制推行的［结亲］政策。 ————————————————————————————————————— All onderdeel van de Oeigoeren die in het buitenland studeren , wonen en leven vragen we de Chinese regering om te stoppen met hun onmenselijke beleid tegen de Oeigoeren in Xinjiang (Oost-Turkestan), China en in het buitenland. We vragen de Chinese overheid dat 1. Sluit de "politieke heropvoedingskampen"; ze zijn in strijd met de relevante wetgeving van China en de relevante internationale regelgeving;2. Stop het beleid dat de Oeigoeren in Xinjiang (Oost-Turkestan) verbiedt om een vreemd land en de Oeigoeren naar het buitenland te reizen om naar Xinjiang (Oost-Turkestan) te reizen;3. Garanderen dat de Oeigoeren in het buitenland geld kunnen ontvangen van, geld kunnen sturen naar en kunnen communiceren met hun ouders en / of broers en zussen in Xinjiang (Oost-Turkestan);4. Stop de bewaking van de Oeigoeren die familieleden in het buitenland hebben en laat hen communiceren met overzeese familieleden;5. Stop de bewaking en de afstandsbediening van de Oeigoeren die in het buitenland wonen;6. stop met het onderzoeken van de thuiscomputers en mobiele telefoons van alle Oeigoeren die in Xinjiang (Oost-Turkestan) wonen; 7. Stop de willekeurige zoektocht naar Oeigoerse huizen en de verplichte toewijzing van Han-Chinese 'verwanten' aan elke Oeigoerse familie ******************************************************************************************* Peticionar a un grupo de Uyghurs que viven en el exterior Detener el trato inhumano del gobierno chino hacia los Uyghur. Representante de un grupo de Uyghurs que viven en el exterior 5 de enero de 2018 Los Uyghurs son los indígenas del noroeste de China, una tierra ocupada por los chinos comunistas en 1949 y equivalente a la sexta parte del territorio total de China. Se llama oficialmente Xinjiang, y oficialmente se designa una región autónoma dentro de China, como Tíbet al sur. Pero la mayoría de los Uyghur fuera de China lo llaman Turkistán Oriental. Alrededor de 2009, el gobierno chino comenzó a implementar una política de limpieza étnica hacia los Uyghurs bajo un culto a la estabilidad. Por el momento, varios tipos de contactos, incluido el envío y recepción de dinero, entre los Uyghurs de China y los que están en el extranjero están completamente desconectados. Además, los padres y / o parientes cercanos de los muchos Uyghurs que viven en el extranjero están detenidos en cárceles o en "campos de concentración de reeducación política de estilo nazi". En Xinjiang (Turkestán Oriental). La mayoría de los Uyghurs que viven en el extranjero no pueden llamar y enviar mensajes de texto a sus padres y hermanos en el país debido al temor de que sus seres queridos sean enviados a las cárceles o a los llamados "centros de reeducación". Recientemente, hemos recibido de algunas fuentes de su país que el número de Uyghurs que actualmente se encuentran recluidos en cárceles y en "campos de reeducación" es de más de 800,000. Esta es una estimación oficial y el número real podría ser mucho mayor que esto. También nos enteramos de que los Uyghur que viajaron a uno de los 26 países musulmanes en la lista del gobierno chino y regresaron a China, ya sean viejos o jóvenes, hombres o mujeres, están siendo condenados a 10 años de cárcel justo en el aeropuerto y siendo llevados directamente a una cárcel en China desde el aeropuerto. Tenemos información sobre varios casos que involucran víctimas como se mencionó anteriormente. El multimillonario exiliado chino Guo Wengui expuso los abusos de los Uyghur de China y dijo: "Para hablar honestamente, la gente siempre dice que los ciudadanos chinos son tratados como cerdos y perros, pero la gente de Xinjiang y el Tíbet ni siquiera tienen la oportunidad de ser tratados como cerdos y perros Siento una gran pena por ellos ". La situación actual está dañando gravemente la salud mental de los Uyghur en el extranjero, y algunos estudiantes han llegado a un nivel de desintegración mental, sin poder pagar sus costos de matrícula y de vida, y sin poder saber si sus padres y / o los hermanos siguen vivos: la mayoría de los en Uyghur el exterior no han podido comunicarse ni siquiera una vez con sus padres y / o hermanos en Xinjiang (Turkistán Oriental) durante más de 8 meses. Los Uyghur que viven fuera de China comenzaron el año nuevo con profunda frustración, preocupación, miedo y depresión, porque no tienen forma de saber u obtener noticias sobre sus padres y hermanos: si todavía están vivos o muertos, y si están en prisión o en campos de concentración Como parte de los Uyghurs que estudian y viven en el exterior, estamos pidiendo al gobierno chino que detenga sus políticas inhumanas forzadas a los uigures en Xinjiang (Turkestán oriental), China y el extranjero. Le preguntamos al gobierno chino. 1. Cerrar los "campamentos de recaudación política"; están en violación de las leyes relevantes de China y las regulaciones internacionales relevantes; 2. Detener la política que prohíbe a los Uyghur en Xinjiang (Turkistán del este) viajar un país extranjero y los al Uyghur exterior para viajar a Xinjiang (Turkistán del este); 3. Garantizar que los d Uyghurs el extranjero puedan recibir dinero de, enviar dinero y comunicarse con sus padres y / o hermanos en Xinjiang (Turkestán oriental);4. Detener la vigilancia de los Uyghur que tienen familiares en el extranjero y permitirles comunicarse con sus familiares en el extranjero;5. Detenga la vigilancia y el control remoto de los Uyghur que viven en el exterior;6. Dejar de examinar las computadoras hogareñas y los teléfonos móviles de todos los Uyghur que viven en Xinjiang (Turkestán oriental);7. Detener la búsqueda arbitraria de hogares Uyghur, y la asignación obligatoria de "parientes" Han-chinos a cada familia Uyghur. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ توقيع لإيقاف مظالم الصين ضد مسلمي الأُيغوردعوة للتوقيع لإيقاف مظالم الصين ضد مسلمي الأُيغور في تركستان الشرقيةلقد ابتدأت حملة للتوقيع لإيقام مظالم الصين ضد مسلمي الأُيغور داخل تركستان الشرقية التي تزايدت في الآونة الأخيرة. وتطالب الحملة حماية حقوق مسلمي الأُيغور. وتدعم مؤسسة ترك أوجاقلري هذه الحملة. ونطلب من حضراتكم الدعم لهذه الحملة.لتوقف الصين إضطهاداتها ومظالمها ضد مسلمي الأُيغور فوراً!التركستانييون في المهجر 05 يناير 2018تقوم السلطات الصينية بإجراءات غير إنسانية في الآونة الأخيرة وخصوصا بعد أحداث أورومجي في 5 يوليو 2009 5 Temmuz ضد مسلمي الأُيغور في تركستان الشرقية والمسلمين الأُيغور في المهجر.وخاصة بعد تعيين جين جوانغو أمين عام للحزب الشيوعي لمنطقة تركستان الشرقية تزايد الإجراءات النازية الصينية https://freedomsherald.wordpress.com/2017/11/22/chinese-exiled-billionaire-guo-wengui-exposes-chinas-abuse-of-the-uyghursakabinde وتحولت تركستان الشرقية إلى دولة بوليسية وسجن مفتوح. وتقوم السلطات الصينية بحبس كل من لديه أقارب خارج البلاد، https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jun/23/in-chinas-far-west-experts-fear-a-ticking-timebomb-religious وكل من سافر خارج البلاد بشكل فردي أو تحت سيطرة شركات السياحة التابعة للسلطات الصينية، وخصوصا الذين سافروا إلى تركيا و26 دولة إسلامية أخرى، كما تقوم بحبس كل من حصل على جواز سفر من قبل السلطات الصينية في الآونة الأخيرة من غير أي محاكمة. وبعد هذه الإجراءات النازية تقوم بإجباره لحضور مخيمات غسل المخ وتمويه العقل وتزييف الحقائق وتجبره على تعلم الأباطيل الشيوعية الملحدة. ويجبر الطلاب الذين يدرسون خارج البلاد للعودة إلى البلاد. مثل ما حصل في مصر أواسط العام الماضي، فقد حبست الصين أسر الطلاب الذين يدرسون في الأزهر الشريف كرهائن وأجبروا الطلاب للعودة إلى البلاد وحبسوا العائدين منهم.ونطالب نحن كتركستانيين يعيشون في المهجر الحكومة والدولة الصينية إلغاء القوانين التالية فوريا، وإعطاء الحقوق المكفولة لنا في الدستور الصيني والقوانين الدولية، كما نتمنى من المجتمع الدولي دعم حملتنا والتوقيع على هذه الحملة:1. على الدولة الصينية أن تقفل مخيمات التربية السياسية التي هي في الحقيقة مخيمات غسيل المخ، عملا بقوانينها والقوانين التي وقعت عليها واعترفت بها.2. على الدولة الصينية إلغاء حظر التجوال لمسلمي الأُيغور، وإلغاء حظر زيارة الأقارب لمسلمي الأُيغور الذين يعيشون في المهجر.3. على الدولة الصينية أن تلغي حظر إرسال الأموال، والرسائل والتواصل عبر الهواتف بين مسلمي الأُيغور داخل البلاد والذين يعيشون في المهجر.4. على الدولة الصينية أن تلغي مراقبة الأسرة التي يعيش أقاربها في المهجر، وتقوم بإعطائهم حقوق التواصل التي تعتبر من الحقوق الأساسية.5. على الدولة الصينية أن تلغي المراقبة عن بعد لمسلمي الأُيغور الذين يعيشون في المهجر، وتتوقف من سياسة حبس أسرهم كرهائن عندهم.6. على الدولة الصينية أن تلغي المراقبة غير اللازمة لأجهزة التواصل من كومبيوتر وهاتف وغيرها الخاصة بمسلمي الأُيغور.7. على الدولة الصينية أن تلغي الزيارات الإجبارية لبيوت الأسرة التركستانية، وتتوقف من إجبار مسلمي الأُيغور لإقامة علاقات أخوية مع الأسرة الصينية الملحدة. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Nous sommes des Ouighours qui vivons, travaillons et étudions hors de Chine, dans différents pays du monde. Nous demandons au gouvernement chinois de cesser de se comporter de façon inhumaine à l’égard des Ouïghours au Xinjiang (Turkestan oriental), en Chine et à l'étranger. Nous demandons au gouvernement chinois : 1. Doit fermer les "camps de rééducation politique" in Xinjiang (Turkestan oriental), parce qu'ils enfreignent les lois pertinentes de la Chine et les règlements internationaux pertinents ; 2. Doit arrêter la politique qui interdit aux Ouïghours du Xinjiang (Turkestan oriental) de voyager dans un pays étranger et aux Ouïghours de voyager à l'étranger vers le Xinjiang (Turkestan oriental) ; 3. Garantir que les Ouïghours à l'étranger peuvent recevoir de l'argent, envoyer de l'argent et communiquer avec leurs parents et / ou leurs frères et sœurs au Xinjiang (Turkestan oriental); 4. Doit arrêter les surveillances des Ouïghours qui ont de la famille à l'étranger et leur permettre de communiquer avec des parents par les étrangers ; 5. Doit arrêter les surveillances et les contrôles à distances des Ouïghours au vivants à l’étrangers ; 6. Doit arrêter des examines les ordinateurs domestiques et les téléphones portables de tous les Ouïghours vivants au Xinjiang (Turkestan oriental); 7. Doit arrêter la renforcement recherche arbitraire de maisons ouïghoures, et l'assignation obligatoire de "Les parents" Han-Chinois à chaque famille d’Ouïghour. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Китайские власти в настоящее время ведут античеловеческую политику в отношении уйгуров Восточного Туркестана – СУАР (Синцзян-Уйгурский автономный район Китая).Мы, уйгуры, проживающие за пределами своей исторической родины, просим от международной общественности поддержать наши требования в отношении китайских властей и подписать наше обращение. Наши требования к китайским властям:1. Закрыть несовместимыми с международными нормами прав человека лагеря-центры по политическому воспитанию;2. Отменить ограничения выезда граждан из СУАР (Восточный Туркестан) и въезда в СУАР (Восточный Туркестан) туристов-иностранцев;3. На правовой основе дать гарантии отношениям между зарубежными уйгурами и уйгурами СУАР (Восточный Туркестан) в сфере денежных переводов, информации, переписки и почты;4. Прекратить контроль и насильственные действия над уйгурами СУАР (Восточный Туркестан) родственники которых проживают за рубежом, прекратить подслушивания телефонных разговоров и гарантировать безопасность в сфере социальных отношений;5. Прекратить контроль за лицами, проживающими в зарубежных странах, прекратить политику взятия в заложники родственников;6. Прекратить в отношении уйгуров необоснованные проверки компьютеров в их домах и проверки их мобильных телефонов в общественных местах; снять ограничения число лиц, пришедших на различные мероприятия;7. Прекратить действии обязательных посещений домов уйгуров, прекратить насильственную политику породнения между уйгурами и китайцами (ханьцами). --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- .خىتاي ھۆكۈمىتى ئۇيغۇرلارغا قاراتقان ئىنسان قېلىپىدىن چىققان سىياسەتلىرىنى توختاتسۇن مەشئەل ئۇيغۇر گۇرپىسى 2018-يىلى 5-يانۋار خىتاي ھۆكۈمىتى ھازىر شەرقىي تۈركىستاندا ۋە چەت ئەلدە ياشاۋاتقان ئۇيغۇرلار ئۈستىدىن ھەر خىل ئىنسان قېلىپىدىن چىققان سىياسەتلەرنى يولغا قويىۋاتىدۇ. بىز چەت ئەلدە ياشاۋاتقان بىر گۇرۇپپا ئۇيغۇرلار خىتاي ھۆكۈمىتىدىن تۆۋەندىكىلەرنى تەلەپ قىلىمىز، ھەمدە خەلقئارا جامائەتلىرىدىن بىزنى قوللاپ، مەزكۇر «مۇراجىئەتنامە» گە قول قويۇپ بېرىشنى سورايمىز: خىتاي، خەلقئارالىق ئەھدىنامىلەرگە خىلاپ بولغان «سىياسىي تەربىيىلەش لاگىرلىرى» نى تاقاش.؛1 2. ۋەتەن ئىچىدىكىلەرنىڭ چەت ئەللەرگە چىقالماسلىقى، ۋە چەت ئەلدىكىلەرنىڭ شەرقىي تۈركىستانغا بارالماسلىقى تىپىدىكى ساياھەت چەكلىمىسىنى بىكار قىلىش؛ 3. چەت ئەلدىكى ئۇيغۇرلار بىلەن شەرقىي تۈركىستاندىكى ئۇيغۇرلار ئوتتۇرىسىدىكى پۇل پروۋۇت، خەت-خەۋەر، پوچتا ھوقۇقىغا كاپالەتلىك قىلىش؛ 4. تۇغقانلىرى چەتئەللەردە تۇرۇۋاتقانلارنىڭ ئائىلىسىگە بولغان نازارەتنى بىكار قىلىپ، نورمال تېلېفون ۋە باشقا ئىجتىمائىي ئالاقە بىخەتەرلىكىگە كاپالەتلىك قىلىش؛ 5. چەت ئەللەردە تۇرىۋاتقان ھەر بىر ئادەمگە قىلىنغان يىراقتىن كونترول ۋە نازارەتنى بىكار قىلىش، تۇغقانلارنى گۆرۈگە ئېلىش سىياسىتىنى ئەمەلدىن قالدۇرۇش؛ 6. ئۇيغۇرلارغا قاراتقان ئۆيدىكى كومپيۇتېر ۋە كوچىلاردا تېلېفون تەكشۈرۈشنى، تۈرلۈك مۇراسىملارغا كەلگەنلەرنىڭ سانىغا بولغان چەكلىمىنى بىكار قىلىش؛ 7. ئۇيغۇر ئۆيلىرىگە قاراتقان مەجبۇرى زىيارەتنى، ۋە ئۇيغۇر-خىتاي ئوتتۇرىسىدىكى مەجبۇرى تۇغقانچىلىقنى بىكار قىلىش. **********************************************************************************************************