Strong evidence of concentration camps, persecution, torture, and death of Uighur citizens under the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

The Government of East Turkistan in Exile (ETGE) and the East Turkistan National Awakening Movement (ETNAM) submitted evidence to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to initiate an investigation into genocide and other human rights violations ordered by senior Chinese officials.

The report alleges that the CCP uses forced sterilization, forced abortion, and coercive planning against Turkish minorities (mainly Kazakhs, Kyrgyz, and Uighurs).

The German anthropologist Adrian Zenz is leading the investigations and complaints against the Chinese regime in favor of the Uighur minorities. In his last report, he detailed that for decades there have been Chinese government practices to slowly eradicate the Uighur and Turkish population in the East Turkestan area, however since 2016, forced sterilization practices have increased considerably.

Between 1979 and 2009, the CCP reported that they “prevented the illegal births of 3.7 million babies” in East Turkestan alone. Zenz also says that more than 3 million Uighurs, Kazakhs, Kyrgyz, Uzbeks, Tatars, and other Turkish people in East Turkistan have been locked up in concentration camps and labor camps. More than 500,000 Uighurs and other Turkish children have been forcibly separated from their families and are being indoctrinated in state orphanages and boarding schools to become “loyal Chinese citizens.”

The details of the report suggest that reality far exceeds fiction. It includes torture by electrocution, sexual abuse, forced eating of pork and drinking of alcohol (acts of extreme humiliation for Muslims), and is followed by a long list of atrocities.

The report was submitted to the ICC, although the Chinese regime is not a signatory. However, Cambodia and Tajikistan are, and that’s where much of the deportation by the CCP has taken place.

In Exile, the Government of East Turkistan urges all governments of the world, especially those in the free world, to formally recognize China’s atrocities against the Uighurs and other Turkish people in East Turkistan as genocide.

Persecution of Falun Gong

Falun Dafa, also known as Falun Gong, is a spiritual discipline of the Buddha school. Because of its positive effects on health and its spiritual responses, Falun Dafa became very popular during its public dissemination in China between 1992 and 1999. At the beginning of 1999, there were an estimated 70 to 100 million practitioners in China.

On 20 July 1999, CCP leader Jiang Zemin ordered the regime to eradicate Falun Dafa within three months. That day began a fierce persecution of Falun Dafa practitioners, which continues to this day, even outside China.

Falun Gong practitioners hold banners on Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza as the United Nations’ summits were being held on September 23, 2019. (minghui.org)

The persecution of Falun Gong is a campaign ordered by the atheistic CCP and led by the 610 office, a special extra-constitutional task force, created specifically to exterminate Falun Dafa practitioners. The campaign focuses on implementing a system of atheistic propaganda and smear campaigns against Falun Dafa, a program of ideological conversion and forced re-education, and a variety of illegal coercive measures, including arbitrary detention, forced labor, physical torture, forced removal of organs and death.

Despite the constant efforts and resources invested by the CCP, Falun Dafa continues its expansion worldwide by spreading its values of righteousness, based on Truth, Benevolence, and Tolerance.