The prominent Uighur writer Nurmuhemmet Tohti’s at the age of seventy and died after medical treatment was denied to them in a detention camp in the Chinese region of Xinjiang, said his family.
Tohti was between november 2018 and march 2019 at the latest-held in one of the many detentiekampen in the autonomous region, reported Radio Free Asia. The United Nations estimates that more than a million are Uighurs, a muslim minderheidsvolk in China, in a camp, sitting down.
A grand-daughter of Tohti, Zorigul, who are living in Canada, wrote in a Facebook-group for the Uighur migrants, that her family in the camp has not been treated for his diabetes and heart problems. After his health in such a way had deteriorated and that he was in bed it was tied, and he was released.
Tohti, died on the 31st of may, according to Zorigul, who also said that she is only eleven days later, on his death, was heard because of family members in the Xianjiang were afraid that they would be arrested if they are in the news of the world went on.
One-year-old grandson Tohti, Babur Ilchi, who wrote on Instagram that he will be a grandmother in Xinjiang had been called to the news of his grandfather’s death, to acknowledge it. Shortly after that, she would have been contacted by a government official, who was telling her that it was “very, very dangerous,” was to make phone calls from abroad to accept it.
China: ‘the Camps were educated in public schools’
The Chinese government claims that the camps are educated in public schools, where Uyghurs and members of other islamic minderheidsvolkeren, good citizenship, and job skills are taught. They would be on a voluntary basis, are available. The camps were an appropriate response to sporadic violence by Uighur separatists, and says the world.
The reality is that Xinjiang by the Chinese government, is to be used as a testing ground for e-surveillancetechnieken. The Regime will be the subject of an unprecedented repressive regime, in which the state of movement, political affiliations, and social-circles up to the smallest detail, to capture, according to research conducted by human rights organizations such as Human Rights Watch.
The systematic torture and political indoctrination in the camps
Uighurs, who went to the netherlands, he moved to make mention of the systematic torture in the country. If they have relatives in Xinjiang have, in practice, the Chinese government’s pressure on them to get you to shut up, they say. Regime in the camps are also subjected to political indoctrination, poor food, and unsanitary conditions.
After a lot of international controversy over the Chinese policy towards the Uyghurs, the Chinese government and a number of foreign journalists, to name a few of the camps. A camera crew from the BBC was a carefully gecureerde the show is presented, but also spoke with a former kampbewoonster, who talked about how she and the other prisoners at the ankles, which were chained up.
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