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China: Data of Uyghurs Muslims leaked, for the first time thousands of “disappearing people information”

Although Xinjiang Province In China, the members of the Communist Party of China keep information on China’s atrocities in an intelligence manner. Due to this, the family members are not able to meet the detained people and there is no response from the police. Only a few people get public notices from the court in Xinjiang.

Abdurrashid, who now lives in Turkey, lost contact with her family five years ago. It was only in 2020 that the Chinese embassy in Ankara confirmed that his younger brother Memetili and his parents had been jailed for a terror-related crime.

But a suspicious police list sent to the Uyghur activist out of China states that Memetili is being held in a prison near Aksu, about 600 km from his home.

Chinese Embassy confirmed

Memetli has been sentenced to 15 years and 11 months in prison….documents show…China’s embassy in Ankara has confirmed this figure.

33-year-old Abdurrashid has been living in Istanbul since 2015. “It’s so much better than when I didn’t even know where it was,” he told AFP. A little happy.”

“I often check the weather there to see if it’s winter or summer,” she said.

The database being talked about, and shown to AFP, lists more than 10,000 detained Uighurs who were picked up from the Konashehar rural area of ​​southwestern Xinjiang. Of these, about 100 are from the village of Abdurrashid.

Where are his parents, it is not yet known. Also about his elder brother, who is also likely to be in custody.

She says, when I searched this list, I felt as if I could not breathe.

What information is on the list?

In the leaked list, each prisoner’s name, date of birth, ethnicity, ID number, charge, address, length of sentence and jail are written. It is not possible to independently verify the authenticity of this database. But FP spoke to five Uighurs living outside China who identified them from a list of detained relatives and acquaintances. For some, this was the first information they had received about their family members in years. Several hundred people have been detained from every village and town. The database shows that many people from the same family were detained several times.

This is clearly not an anti-terrorism action, says David Tobin, lecturer in East Asian Studies at the University of Sheffield, UK. It is going from house to house to take many people away. It shows how massively the Uighurs are being targeted in China and how they are disappearing from that region.”

Government figures show that the number of people sentenced in Xinjiang courts rose from 21,000 in 2014 to 133,000 in 2018.

Many other Uighurs who were never charged with a crime were sent to “re-education camps” that are spread across Xinjiang.

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