Source: Catch News
About 99.7 percent of the Uighur Muslim population in China's Xinjiang Province have reportedly been cajoled and coerced into donating blood to a government-run organ bank.
According to a report in the Epoch Times website, oncologist Anwar Todi Bogda recently held a lecture in Taiwan where he exposed live evidence of human organs for profit.
Bogda referred to the Communist Party of China's (CPC's) "universal health examination," the name of the Xinjiang Uighur massive blood project, aimed at establishing organ matching database.
Source: New York Times
China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative, an economic expansion plan that follows the
trade routes of the medieval Tang and Yuan dynasties across Eurasia, is overly
ambitious because, like all grand strategies, it is aspirational. Yet the future of
Eurasia is written into its design.
Source: Middle East Monitor
Around 20 Chinese Muslim Uyghur students living in Egypt’s capital Cairo are still missing four months after Egyptian authorities targeted the Chinese ethnic minority at China’s behest.
According to the testimonies of two men who endured regular abuse while in detention, more than 200 Uyghurs, the majority of them Muslim religious students at Cairo’s Al-Azhar Islamic University, have been detained by Egyptian authorities since July.
Source: UCA News
More than 30 relatives of exiled Uyghur leader Rebiya Kadeer have been detained in northwest China's Xinjiang region in recent months, she has said.
Kadeer, president of the Munich-based exile World Uyghur Congress (WUC), told Radio Free Asia on Oct. 27 that they were probably "sent to prison or political re-education camps" — used since April to hold thousands of Uyghurs accused of having "extremist" or "politically incorrect" views.
Source: The Globe and Mail
A senior Chinese official is defending the imprisonment of Uyghur-Canadian dissident Huseyin Celil, calling him a separatist, and saying Beijing's continuing crackdown against the Uyghur minority is necessary to fight extremism.