Teshekkürname! Türkiye Jumhuriyiti Hökümeti we Tashqi Ishlar Ministirlikige!

Allah Türkiye Jumhuriyitining Ömrini Uzun Qilsun!

Türkiye Jumhuriyiti Tashqi Ishlar Ministiri Möhtirem Mewlut Chawush’oghlu Birleshken Milletler Teshkilatining kishilik hoquq kéngishide bayanat élan qilip, Xitay tajawuzchilirini Uyghurlarning we Sherqiy Türkistandiki bashqa musulman az sanliq milletlerning uniwérsal heq-hoquqi we diniy erkinlikige dexli terüz qiliwatqanliqini dunyagha ashikare qildi, uningdin bashqa yene Sherqiy Türkistandiki Uyghurlar bashta we bashqa musulman az sanliq milletlerning uniwérsal heq-hoquqi we diniy erkinlikige Xitay hökümitining hörmet qilishi kerekligini, shiddetlik bir shekilde otturgha qoydi we pütkül insaniyetni bu tiragédiyege diqqet qilishqa chaqiridi.
Bu, Türkiye Jumhuriyiti hökümitining yéqinqi ikki hepte ichide Sherqiy Türkistandaki Uyghurlarning jiddiy hesaplanghan siyasiy, qanuniy, kultural we diniy mesilisi boyiche xitaygha ikkinchi‏ qétim naraziliq bildürüshi bolup, bu hadise pütkül yer shari miqyasida heq adaletni yaqilaydighan insanlarning teqdirleshige nahil boldi we Türkiyening Sherqiy Türkistan meselisei we bezi xelqara meselilerde zidilengen obrazini qaytidin tiklidi. Türkiye Jumhuriyiti Tashqi Ishlar Ministirliki 2019-yili 9‏-féwral élan qilghan bayanatida xitayni Sherqiy Türkistandiki jaza lagérlarini taqashqa chaqirghan idi.Türkiyening Xitay fashizimi Sherqiy Türkistanda peyda qiliwatqan insanliqqa qarshi meydani, Sherqiy Türkistan xelqining qanunluq dawasining xelqralishishigha paydisi köp boldi.
Türkiye Jumhuriyiti Tashqi Ishlar Ministirlikining 2019-Yili 9‏-Féwral küni élan qilghan bayanati we 2019-yili 25-Féwral Birleshken Milletler Teshkilatining kishilik hoquq kéngishining 40‏-nöwetlik yighinida körsetken jasariti Sherqiy Türkistan tarixidiki dewir bölgüch ehmiyetke ige zor ishlardur! Türkiye Jumhuriyiti Tashqi Ishlar Ministirliqining Bashliqi möhtirem Mewlut chawush’oghlu ependining 25‏-féwral küni Birleshken Milletler Teshkilatining kishilik hoquq kéngishining 40‏-nöwetlik yighinida sözligen bayanatida Uyghur xelqi we bashqa musulman xeliqler duch kelgen éghir tiragédiyeni dadilliq bilen otturigha qoyghanliqi Muhajirettiki hökümitimizni alemche söyündürdi. Biz bu munasiwet bilen qérindash Jumhuriyet Türkiyege quchaq tolduridighan qelib gülleri bilen minglarche teshekkurimizni bildürimiz!
Türkiye Jumhuriyiti Hökümiti Birleshmish Milletler Teshkilatida Xitay zulumi astidiki mezlum Sherqiy Türkistan xelqi terepte turup bayanat élan qilip, insaniyetni, Türük Islam Alemini, jümlidin biz Uyghur xelqini ghorurlandurdi, memnun qildi we derdimizge jiddiy peyitte melhem boldi…
Biz Sherqiy Türkistan xelqi bashta Türkiye Jumhuriyiti Jumhur reyisi Möhtirem Liderimiz Rejep Tayip Erdoghan ependi, Möhtirem Türkiye Jumhuriyiti Tashqi Ishlar Ministirliqining Bashliqi Mewlut chawush’oghlu ependi, Möhtirem Meral Akshener xanim we Möhtirem Mustafa Destichi… qatarliq 80 milyon Türkiye xelqige ching yürigimizdin qérindashlarche minnetdarliqimizni we teshekkurimizni bildürimiz. Allah sizlerni yaxshi we yaman künlerde yénimizdin eksik etmisun!
Türkiye Jumhuriyitining Birleshmish Milletler Teshkilatidiki Sherqiy Türkistan heqqidiki chiqishi kichik ish bolmighachqa, bu hadise dunyada ghayet zor tesir qozghidi…Yer yüzidiki türkiyening dostliridin bashlap söyümlük reqiplirige qeder bu hadisidin xushhal boldi. Türkiye Türkiyege we Türüklikke yarashqanni qildi, dep insaniyet tentene qilishti…Biz bolsaq xushalliqtin birdem külüp, yene birdem xushalliqtin köz yéshi qilip yighliduq…! Biz qérindash jumhuriyet Türkiyening bizge qara künlerde qilghan yaxshiliqini ewlatmu-ewlat unutmaymiz! Allah sizden razi bolsun! 
Biz shuning bilen birge yene Sherqiy Türkistan Jumhuriyiti Sürgündiki Hökümiti bolush süpitimiz bilen qandash, kulturdash we dindash bolghan Türkiye xelqige alemche éhtiramimizni, minnetdarliqimizni we qérindashlarche teshekkurimizni bildürimiz. 
Sherqiy Türkistan xelqi tarixta hich bir millet duch kelmigen xeter ishigide turiwatidu. Xitay tajawuzchiliri wetinimiz munqerizlikke patqan qanche on yildin béri dehshetlik zulumgha uchrighan bolsa emdi, téximu qorquchliqi yéri irqiy, diniy we kultural yoqutushqa duch keldi…Mushundaq kétiwerse 20 milyondin artuq Uyghur we bashqa qérindash xeliqler aldimizdiki birqanche yilda bir tereptin mehburi assimilatsiye, jismaniy we rohiy iskenje, quralliq qirghin we yoqumluq késellikler keltürüp chiqiridighan bir qatar insanliqqa qarshi jinayetlerning qurbani bolup, tarix sehnisidin pütünley öchürüp tashlinidu!
Dunya tarixining 21-esiride bundaq bir rezillikning otturgha chiqishi, insanyetni chöchütidu elbette…Bu xitaydin insaniyetke kéliwatqan apetning aldi élinmaydiken bugün bizning beshimizgha kelgen kün erte Türük dunyasining, örgünlükke pütkül insanlarning béshigha kélishi mumkin.
Biz Pütkül dunya xelqining segek bolishini, su kelishtin awal toghan tutishini, yoqulush girdawigha ittiriwétilgen Uyghur xelqini halaket aghzidin qutulduriwélishni aldin agahlandurimiz! Uningdin bashqa yene Sherqiy Türkistan Jumhuriyiti Sürgündiki Hökümiti bolush salahiyitimiz bilen pütün dunyadiki xelqara teshkilatlarni, gheriptiki démokiratik dewletlerni heq we adalet meydanda turup Xitay Zulmigha Qarshi küresh qiliwatqan Uyghur xelqining yénida turushqa we millitini we dewlitini xitay apitidin qurtuldurushta jiddiy oyghunushqa, oylunushqa we keskin chare-tedbir qollunishqa dewet étimiz. Biz Sherqiy Türkistan Jumhuriyiti Sürgündiki Hökümiti salayitimiz bilen yene dunyadiki pütkül adaletni yaqilighuchi barliq xeliqlerni, Xitayning qan puraydighan türmiliride, adem qélipidin chiqqan pissixologiyelik we jismaniy qiynaqlar bilen tolghan yighiwélish lagérlirida we 24 saet güzetim astida jehennemdek hayatliq dawam qiliwatqan yéza we qishlaqlarda kölliktip halda yoqulush we millet süpitide qirilip halak bolushtin ibaret shum teqdirge mejbur qilinghan mezlum Sherqiy Türkistan xalqining derdige derman bolushqa chaqriymiz!

Sherqiy Türkistan Jumhuriyiti Sürgündiki Hökümiti 

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Türkiye Tashqi Ishlar Ministiri B DT da Xitayning Uyghur Siyasitini Tenqid Qildi


2019-02-25

Türkiye tashqi ishlar ministiri mewlut chawush’oghlu b d t ning kishilik hoquq kéngishide nutuq sözlep, xitayni Uyghurlarning we rayondiki bashqa musulman az sanliq milletlerning uniwérsal heq-hoquqi we diniy erkinlikige hörmet qilishqa chaqirghan. 

Bu, türkiye hökümitining yéqinqi 2 hepte ichide Uyghur mesilisi boyiche xitaygha 2‏-qétim naraziliq bildürüshidur. Türkiye tashqi ishlar ministirliqi 9‏-féwral élan qilghan bayanatida xitayni Uyghur rayonidiki lagérlarni taqashqa chaqirghan idi. 

Mewlut chawush’oghlu 25‏-féwral küni b d t kishilik hoquq kéngishining 40‏-nöwetlik yighinida sözligen nutqida yuqiriqi chaqiriqini otturigha qoyghan.

Birleshme agéntliqining xewer qilishiche, chawush’oghlu xitayning Uyghur aptonom rayonidiki Uyghur we bashqa musulman az sanliq milletlerning kishilik hoquqlirigha xilapliq qiliwatqanliqigha da’ir doklatlarning endishe qozghawatqanliqini bildürüp, xitayning “Térrorchilar bilen bigunah insanlarni perqlendürüshi kérek” likini tekitligen. 

U mundaq dégen: “B d t irqiy ayrimichiliqni tügitish komitétining tekshürüsh netijisi, shuningdek shinjang Uyghur aptonom rayonidiki Uyghur we bashqa musulmanlarning insan heqlirining depsendichilikke uchrawatqanliqigha da’ir doklatlar endishe qozghimaqta”.

Birleshme agéntliqining qeyt qilishiche, chawush’oghlu yene “Xitayning térrorluqqa qarshi turush hoquqi bolsimu, lékin uning diniy erkinlikke, Uyghur we bashqa musulmanlarning medeniyet kimlikige hörmet qilishi kérek” likini bildürgen.

Türkiye hökümiti uzundin béri xitayning Uyghur diyaridiki basturushigha qarita özini tutuwélishqa tirishqan bolsimu, lékin u yéqinda axiri sükütini buzghan. Türkiye tashqi ishlar ministirliqi 9-féwral élan qilghan bayanatida, xitayning Uyghurlargha tutqan mu’amilisini “Insaniyetke nisbeten éghir nomus” dégen idi.
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Uyghurs Pressure Beijing as Envoys Visit East Turkistan

Due to fear of economic retribution, Muslim countries have been largely silent on Xinjiang’s “re-education” camps, which have detained between 800,000 and two million Turkic Muslims. As of last fall, Malaysia’s prime minister-to-be Anwar Ibrahim was the only leader to have issued a strongly worded statement. Earlier this month, after apparently erroneous reports that famous Uyghur musician Abdurehim Heyit had died in while in Chinese detention, Turkey outwardly called for the camps’ closure, saying they were “a great shame for humanity.” Earlier today, Turkey’s foreign minister also raised concern about the Uyghurs’ plight at the opening of the 40th Human Rights Council session in Geneva.

To address rumors of Heyit’s death, Beijing released an unverified video of him. In response, Finland-based Murat Harri Uyghur launched a social media movement titled #MeTooUyghur, prompting waves of Uyghurs worldwide to ask for videos showing proof of life of their loved ones, too. Uyghurs have also been hosting concurrent events in the U.S. and eight other countries to raise awareness of their detained relatives. At AP, Christina Larson covers an event held in Washington, D.C.:

[…] [Ferkat] Jawdat co-organized Sunday’s gathering so that Uighurs in the U.S. could start collecting information on their parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and even children whose whereabouts are unknown. They plan to present the data to the United Nations Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances and the U.S. State Department.

[…] Those in China with relatives abroad come under particular suspicion from the Chinese security forces, increasing the likelihood of them being interned.

Abduwaris Ablimit, a 34-year-old chef living in Boston, said his first impulse had not been to speak out, frightened of what the Chinese authorities might do in retaliation.

[…] “Please don’t call me again, son,” his mother said through sobs, Ablimit recalled. “Maybe one day we will see each other again.”

[…] After more than a year of being unable to reach his parents, Ablimit started talking to the media and reaching out to the U.S. consulates in Beijing and Shanghai. According to text messages reviewed by the AP, Ablimit received threatening messages from someone who claimed to be a Chinese police officer. The person urged Ablimit to stay quiet about his family’s case. [Source]

Students at the City University of London have also joined in to call for greater awareness of the ongoing human rights crisis in Xinjiang:View image on Twitter

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CUL_UyghurCampaign@CuL_Uyghur

We, the students of City University of London, stand with the Uyghur people in condemning the mass persecution imposed on them by the Chinese government. Up to a million Uyghur Muslims are being held in ‘re-education camps’, in a campaign of forced assimilation, torture and death11210:07 PM – Feb 18, 201990 people are talking about thisTwitter Ads info and privacy

Meanwhile, Saudi prince Mohammed bin Salman recently condoned Beijing’s approach while on a state visit to China. The prince had been heavily criticized for his alleged role in the orchestrated murder of prominent Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi last October. At Newsweek, Cristina Maza reports:

“China has the right to carry out anti-terrorism and de-extremization work for its national security,” the crown prince was quoted as saying on Chinese television.

[…] Uighur groups called on Mohammed bin Salman to use his official visit to pressure China on the issue of the concentration camps, as Saudi Arabia has traditionally been a defender of the rights of Muslims worldwide.

But under the leadership of the young crown prince, the country’s leadership has become more pragmatic in its pursuit of foreign policy interests. For example, Saudi Arabia has reportedly started developing closer ties with Israel despite persistent complaints from human rights groups about the country’s treatment of Palestinians. The tentative alliance is meant to sideline Iran, Israel and Saudi Arabia’s mutual enemy.

[…] China and Saudi Arabia have close economic ties, having done an estimated $63 billion worth of trade in 2018. [Source]

Social media users addressed the prince’s support of the camps by pointing out that had he been Uyghur, he too would be an ideal candidate for the camps:View image on Twitter

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#MohammadBinSalman would have been an ideal candidate for de-radicalisation in Chinese concentration camps if he was a Uyghur Turk. His beard, clothing, the Arabic language, and even his name “Muhammad” would be enough to be sent to a ‘re-education’ camp! #MeTooUyghur281:30 PM – Feb 24, 201935 people are talking about thisTwitter Ads info and privacy

Despite some Muslim countries speaking up, some observers believe China’s economic might will ultimately allow it to keep the Muslim world under its thumb. Yaroslav Trofimov details why Muslim leaders’ statements lack teeth in an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal:

But Mr. Erdogan has yet to speak out in person on Beijing’s latest Xinjiang crackdown, unleashed in 2017. Virtually all other Muslim leaders are equally quiet, in contrast to the steady stream of condemnation that they shower on Israel for its treatment of the Palestinians and on Myanmar for the Rohingya crisis.

[…] The shift isn’t hard to explain. With its massive Belt and Road investment initiative and its expanding military and technology muscle, China is simply too central an actor in the Muslim world—and the world at large—for the cause of the Uighurs to matter much. That is especially the case as U.S. foreign policy turns increasingly unpredictable, prompting many Muslim countries to reach out to Beijing as a hedge.

[…] One of the reasons for the reluctance of Muslim governments to criticize China over Xinjiang is that, following the upheaval of the 2011 Arab Spring, many are implementing unprecedented crackdowns on dissent of their own. Countries such as Egypt and the Gulf monarchies are using the language of combating extremism to justify detentions of human-rights activists and independent journalists and to shut down opposition voices online. As a result, coverage of Xinjiang has been very limited on pan-Arab satellite TV channels.

[…] Activist Ismail Cengiz, prime minister of the self-styled government of East Turkestan in exile, said he has no doubt that Turkish society, like public opinion across the Muslim world, remains committed to the Uighur cause. He acknowledged, however, that sympathy doesn’t necessarily yield political results. “The love between states isn’t like love between people,” Mr. Cengiz said. “For the states, interests come first.” [Source]

In the face of mounting diplomatic pressures to allow international monitors to enter Xinjiang, China began hand selecting several rounds of countries to visit for a few days at a time. Earlier this month, Beijing invited diplomats from Pakistan, Venezuela, Cuba, Egypt, Cambodia, Russia, Senegal and Belarus to Xinjiang. It subsequently invited 16 countries to visit this week, a move observers believe reveals China’s “rattled” state. At Reuters, Ben Blanchard reports:

Six diplomatic sources told Reuters that the government had invited for the next visit China-based diplomats from Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Morocco, Lebanon, Egypt, Singapore, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Russia, Turkmenistan, Georgia, Hungary and Greece.

[…] Diplomatic sources say China has become increasingly worried about the overseas backlash against the camps, especially threats of U.S. sanctions, and has sought to counter that with a public push for a friendlier narrative.

[…] “China does not want any other Muslim countries joining Turkey in criticizing the camps,” a second Beijing-based diplomat said.

[…] China hopes to mute criticism of its Xinjiang policies at two upcoming events, diplomats say.

One is the United Nations’ Human Rights Council, which starts on Monday in Geneva; the other is the Belt and Road summit in late April in Beijing, at which leaders from several Muslim nations are expected. [Source]

Representatives from more than 80 countries also attended a briefing from the Chinese government about Xinjiang last Friday, according to a Reuters report:

The Xinjiang deputy governor, Erkin Tuniyaz, and deputy foreign minister, Zhang Hanhui, explained Xinjiang’s “development achievements” and their “preventive counter-terrorism and de-extremism work” to the gathering, the ministry said.

[…] The diplomats said China’s explanation had helped them understand Xinjiang, that what China was doing there was important for the rest of the world in combating terrorism, and that the “successful experience in Xinjiang was worth studying and drawing on,” the ministry added.

It did not say which countries’ representatives had made the comments, or which countries’ envoys had attended.

Diplomatic sources told Reuters last week that Western diplomats would attend, as well as those from countries close to China and which traditionally do not criticise its rights record. [Source]

For more on leaders’ responses to the ongoing plight in Xinjiang, see remarks given by Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) at the Hudson Institute. See also nine editorials published by the Washington Post on the situation in Xinjiang over the past nine months, and an opinion piece by Anne Applebaum.FacebookTwitterWeChatWhatsAppCopy LinkTeilenFebruary 25, 2019, 7:50 PMPosted By: lisbethCategories: China & the WorldHuman RightsPoliticsSocietyTags: diplomacymuslimssaudi arabiaterrorismturkeyU.N. human rightsUyghursXinjiang re-education camps

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Grenzenlose Grausamkeit: In Chinas Gefängnissen werden über 100 Foltermethoden angewandt

Von Susanne Ausic19. Februar 2019Aktualisiert: 20. Februar 2019 23:32Die Grausamkeit kennt keine Grenzen. Einsatz von elektrischer Schlagstöcken, sexueller Missbrauch und Organraub – so werden die Gefangenen aus Gewissensgründen in China gefoltert. Die Mehrheit der Opfer sind Falun Dafa-Praktizierende.

Nachstellung der brutalen Verfolgung von Falun Dafa-Praktizierenden in China. 20. Juli 2009 in London.Foto: SHAUN CURRY/AFP/Getty Images

Nach Ansicht von Menschenrechtlern ist die Anwendung von Folter und Misshandlungen in China gegen verfolgte Gruppen nach wie vor an der Tagesordnung. Einige Foltermethoden lassen sich auf das Mittelalter zurückführen, andere Formen des Missbrauchs, wie die Zwangsentnahme von Organen, sind in der Geschichte beispiellos.

In einem Bericht von Amnesty International aus dem Jahr 2015 mit dem Titel „Kein Ende in Sicht: Folter und erzwungene Geständnisse in China“ heißt es: „Folter und andere grausamen, unmenschliche oder erniedrigende Behandlungen oder Strafen sind seit langem in allen Situationen verbreitet, in denen Behörden Einzelpersonen ihrer Freiheit in China berauben.“

Harte Schläge sind üblich. Hundebisse sind eine weitere Foltermethode.Foto: Minghui.org

Falun Dafa-Praktizierende sind Gefangene aus Gewissensgründen in China. Sie sind Opfer einiger der schlimmsten und grausamsten Methoden des Missbrauchs und der Folter. Die 1999 von der Kommunistischen Partei Chinas gegen Falun Dafa-Praktizierende eingeleitete Verfolgung hat nach Ansicht einiger Forscher tatsächlich dazu beigetragen, die Verfolgungsmethoden auch gegen andere Gruppen zu verstärken.

Stiche mit Bambusstäben unter die Fingernägel.Foto: Minghui.org

„Die Beamten, die die Kampagne zur Umerziehung in Xinjiang vorantreiben, haben fast 20 Jahre Erfahrung. Das erklärt, wie es geschafft haben, eine so massive Kampagne innerhalb so kurzer Zeit zu starten und umzusetzen,“ schrieb Sarah Cook, Asien-Spezialisten der Organisation Freedom House, in einem Artikel für die Jamestown Foundation über das Durchgreifen der Kommunistischen Partei in der Region.

100 Foltermethoden

Die häufigste Form der Folter in chinesischen Gefängnissen, Haftanstalten und Gehirnwäscheeinrichtungen ist der elektrische Schlagstock. Mit einer Spannung von bis zu 300.000 Volt werden Schlagstöcke eingesetzt, um empfindliche Körperteile wie Mund, Genitalien, Hals und Fußsohlen zu schocken.

Folter mit elektrischem Schlagstock.Foto: Minghui.org

Aber es gibt viele andere Foltermethoden – mehr als 100 sogar. Das wurde von Falun Dafa-Praktizierenden bestätigt, die das brutale Gefängnissystem Chinas überlebt haben. Andere Gefangene aus Gewissensgründen in China sind unter anderem die Anhänger die chinesischen Haus-Christen, Tibeter, Uiguren und Demokratie-Aktivisten.

Injektionen mit schädlichen Psychopharmaka.Foto: Minghui.org

Laut einem Bericht der „Status of Chinese People“, einer Website die Rechtsverletzungen in China aufdeckt, gehören zu den 100 Arten von Foltermethoden, die gegen Falun Dafa-Praktizierende angewendet werden: harte Schläge, sexueller Missbrauch, Handschellen in schmerzhaften Positionen über lange Zeiträume, Aussetzen von Witterungseinflüssen, Zwangsernährung mit Urin und Kot, Verbrennen mit Zigaretten, Isolationshaft, Schlafentzug, Einstechen von Fingernägeln mit gespitzten Bambusstäbchen, Bisse von Hunden und Schlangen.

Gefesselt in schmerzvollen Positionen über einen langen Zeitraum.Foto: Minghui.org

Viele der Foltermethoden haben sogar Namen wie „Kleiner Käftig“ (mit Handschellen an das innere eines kleinen Käfigs gefesselt sein, so dass die Opfer weder stehen noch sitzen können), „Hölleneinsperrung“ (ein Gerät mit Handschellen und Fesseln, bei dem die Opfer nicht gehen, sitzen, die Toilette benutzen oder sich selbst ernähren können), „Schuppen bedecken“ (Ersticken) und „Ziehende Folter“ (die Opfer werden wiederholt über den rauen Boden geschliffen).

Diese Foltermethode verursacht extreme Schmerzen und verrenkt die Schultern.Foto: Minghui.orgADVERTISEMENT

Dann gibt es noch die berüchtigte „Tigerbank“, bei der das Opfer auf einer Bank sitzt, die Beine sind gerade ausgestreckt und mit Gurten fest mit der Bank angebunden. Ziegelsteine oder andere harte Gegenstände werden unter die Fersen des Opfers gelegt, wobei weitere Schichten hinzugefügt werden, bis die Gurte reißen. Diese Folter bereitet unerträgliche Schmerzen.

Gezwungen, über einen längeren Zeitraum auf einer kleinen Wellpappe zu sitzen.Foto: Minghui.org

Diese Foltermethoden können sowohl körperlich als auch geistig verheerende Auswirkungen haben, so die Website Minghui.org. Die Seite klärt über die seit 1999 von der Kommunistischen Partei eingeleitete Verfolgung gegen die spirituelle Praxis von Falun Dafa auf.

Die Praktizierenden werden auch mentaler Folterung in Form einer intensiven Gehirnwäsche unterzogen. Das Ziel ist, ihren Willen zu brechen, damit sie ihren Glauben aufgeben oder ihm entgegenwirken. Dies kann zu langfristigen Depressionen und Verzweiflung führen.

Zwangsernährung mit Salzwasser.Foto: Minghui.org

Eine weitere Foltermethode ist die Injektion von gefährlichen Medikamenten, die das zentrale Nervensystem schädigen und unerträgliche Schmerzen, psychischen Zusammenbruch und körperliche Behinderungen verursachen, berichtet „Minghui“ unter Berufung auf Betroffene.

Den Kopf in einen Eimer mit Kot und Urin tauchen.Foto: Minghui.org

Sexueller Missbrauch

Neben der körperlichen Folter wird Vergewaltigung konsequent und systematisch als Mittel zur Demütigung und Traumatisierung von Praktizierenden eingesetzt, berichtet „Minghui“ weiter.

Im berüchtigten Zwangsarbeitslager Masanjia warfen die Wächter 18 weibliche Praktizierende in die Zellen der Männer und ermutigten sie, die Frauen nach Belieben zu vergewaltigen, was zum Tod, zur Behinderung oder zur geistigen Instabilität der Frauen führte.Mögen Sie unsere Artikel?Unterstützen Sie EPOCH TIMESHIER SPENDEN

Es gab zahlreiche Fälle von Gruppenvergewaltigungen von Praktizierenden durch Häftlinge im gesamten Arbeitslagersystem – das Masanjia wurde inzwischen geschlossen. Auch Kinder waren nicht davor geschützt. Im Jahr 2002 wurde ein 9-jähriges Mädchen von drei Männern im Changping Mental Hospital in Peking vergewaltigt. Das Mädchen war die verwaiste Tochter einer Falun Dafa-Praktizierende, die bei der Folter getötet wurde.

Anfang 2003 schockten die Wächter von Mansanjia eine Praktizierende mit zwei elektrischen Schlagstöcken gleichzeitig an den Brüsten für mehrere Stunden ohne Unterbrechung. Infolge dessen waren die Brüste völlig zerfetzt.

Sexueller Missbrauch, einschließlich Gruppenvergewaltigung durch Wächter oder Häftlinge ist eine gängige Foltermethode.Foto: Minghui.org

Andere Arten von sexuellem Missbrauch, die Frauen irreparablen körperlichen und geistigen Schaden zugefügt haben, sind das Zusammenbinden mehrerer Zahnbürsten und das Verdrehen innerhalb der Vagina, das Verdrahten und Schocken der Brustwarzen, das Einführen von Chilisauce in die Vagina, das wiederholte Reiben eines dicken Stricks über die Vagina, das Trampeln auf den Brüsten der Opfer, wiederholte Tritte gegen die Vagina und das wiederholte Stechen oder Eindringen der Vagina mit einem Stock oder anderen Gegenständen.

Im Frauenzwangsarbeitslager Shibalihe zogen Wächter weibliche Praktizierende aus und befestigten eine Kaminzange an ihren Vaginas, während sie zeitgleich auf ihre Brüste schlugen, berichtet „Minghui“. Sie verbrannten auch die Gesichter mit einer erhitzten Zange.

Organraub

Die Entnahme ihrer lebenswichtigen Organe, während sie noch am Leben sind, ist die extremste Form der Folter und auch eine, die immer mit dem Tod endet. Dieser Methode sind vor allem Falun Dafa-Praktizierende ausgesetzt, nachdem die Kommunistische Partei ihre Kampagne zur Ausrottung der traditionellen spirituellen Praxis gestartet hatte.

Zwangsentnahme von Organen, solange der „Spender“ noch am Leben ist.Foto: Minghui.org

Ein Bericht der kanadischen Menschenrechtsanwälte David Matas und David Kilgour aus dem Jahr 2006 ergab, dass gefangene Falun Dafa-Praktizierende in großem Umfang getötet wurden, damit ihre Organe gewinnbringend in der die Transplantationsindustrie Chinas eingesetzt werden konnten.

Im Juni 2016 veröffentlichten Kilgour, Matas und der US-amerikanische Autor und Menschenrechtler Ethan Gutmann einen Bericht über die Fortsetzung und das Ausmaß des Organraubs in China. Sie fanden heraus, dass die 169 von der Regierung genehmigten Transplantationskrankenhäuser im ganzen Land die Kapazitäten hatten, seit dem Jahr 2000 mehr als eine Million Transplantationen durchzuführen.

Die Opfer sind Falun Dafa-Praktizierende, Tibeter, Uirguren und Hauschristen, wobei die Falun Dafa-Praktizierenden die am häufigsten betroffene Menschengruppe ist. Gutmann schätzt, dass in Chinas riesigem Gefängnissystem jederzeit zwischen 450.000 und 100.000 Praktizierende festgehalten werden.LESEN SIE AUCH„Wall Street Journal“: Der Albtraum menschlichen Organraubs in ChinaChinesische Spitzenärzte geben zu: Falun Gong-Praktizierenden werden die Organe geraubtEU-Parlament bezieht Stellung gegen Organraub in China und verliest „Schriftliche Erklärung 48“Chinas Transplantations-Industrie: 700 Kliniken unter Massenmord-Verdacht – jährlich 100.000 OPsSchlagworteCCPChinaFalun DafaFalun GongGefängnisGutmannHaftkilgourKommunistische ParteimatasMissbrauchOrganraubTibeterUirgurenXianjiang

SAUDI ARABIA’S MOHAMMED BIN SALMAN DEFENDS CHINA’S USE OF CONCENTRATION CAMPS FOR MUSLIMS DURING VISIT TO BEIJING

BY CRISTINA MAZA ON 2/22/19 AT 9:24 AMPauseUnmuteCurrent Time?0:00Duration?1:24Loaded: 0%Progress: 0%QualityHDFullscreenDonald Trump Defends Saudi Arabia Despite Khashoggi Murder: ‘It’s All About America First’SHAREWORLDINTERNATIONAL AFFAIRSRELIGION

As he faces criticism from Western countries over the brutal murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Saudi Arabia’s young crown prince Mohammed bin Salman is forming new alliances.

On Friday, the leader colloquially known as MBS arrived in China, another country accused of authoritarianism, to meet with officials there. He was greeted by China’s Vice Premier Han Zheng and signed key agreements with Beijing related to energy production and the chemical industry. During his visit, he also appeared to defend China’s use of re-education camps for its country’s Muslim population.

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed said during meeting with Xi Jinping “China has the right to carry out anti-terrorism and de-extremization work for its national security.” -reported CCTV 7PM News.16012:36 PM – Feb 22, 2019235 people are talking about thisTwitter Ads info and privacy

China has detained an estimated 1 million Uighur Muslims in concentration camps, where they are undergoing re-education programs allegedly intended to combat extremism. The Uighur are an ethnic Turkic group that practices Islam and lives in Western China and parts of Central Asia. Beijing has accused the Uighur in its Western Xinjiang region of supporting terrorism and implemented a surveillance regime. Millions of Muslims are also allegedly being forced to study communist doctrine in the camps.

“The Chinese government has long carried out repressive policies against the Turkic Muslim peoples in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) in northwest China. These efforts have been dramatically scaled up since late 2016, when Communist Party Secretary Chen Quanguo relocated from the Tibet Autonomous Region to assume leadership of Xinjiang,” read a report from the organization Human Rights Watch.

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Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman at the G20 opening ceremony at Hangzhou International Expo Center in Hangzhou, China, on September 4, 2016.NICOLAS ASFOURI/GETTY IMAGES

“There have been reports of deaths in the political education camps, raising concerns about physical and psychological abuse, as well as stress from poor conditions, overcrowding, and indefinite confinement,” the report continued. “While basic medical care is available, people are held even when they have serious illnesses or are elderly; there are also children in their teens, pregnant and breastfeeding women, and people with disabilities. Former detainees reported suicide attempts and harsh punishments for disobedience in the facilities.”View image on Twitter

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China claimed the camps were vocational training schools.

Uighur groups called on Mohammed bin Salman to use his official visit to pressure China on the issue of the concentration camps, as Saudi Arabia has traditionally been a defender of the rights of Muslims worldwide.RELATED STORIES

But under the leadership of the young crown prince, the country’s leadership has become more pragmatic in its pursuit of foreign policy interests. For example, Saudi Arabia has reportedly started developing closer ties with Israel despite persistent complaints from human rights groups about the country’s treatment of Palestinians. The tentative alliance is meant to sideline Iran, Israel and Saudi Arabia’s mutual enemy.

Mohammed bin Salman will also meet China’s President Xi Jingping during his visit to the country. China and Saudi Arabia have close economic ties, having done an estimated $63 billion worth of trade in 2018.

The killing of Washington Post columnist Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Turkey in October 2018 isolated Saudi Arabia internationally. The U.S. intelligence community determined that Mohammad bin Salman was responsible for orchestrating the murder. REQUEST REPRINT OR SUBMIT CORRECTIONAds by Revcontent

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Exiled Uighurs in Turkey say they are anxious for loved ones in China

Ankara’s words on plight of Uighur community may ring empty

An Uighur man talks on the phone in front of a Uighur restaurant. Kerem Uzel for The National
An Uighur man talks on the phone in front of a Uighur restaurant. Kerem Uzel for The National
Andrew Wilks

Andrew Wilks

February 19, 2019

At first glance, Istanbul’s 58th Boulevard has all the characteristics of a typical Turkish area.

On the southern flank of the Zeytinburnu neighbourhood, it is lined by the same banks, cafes and pharmacies as any other shopping street in Turkey’s largest city.

It is the passers-by, wrapped up warm against the February wind, that identify it as the heart of Turkey’s Uighur diaspora, a Muslim minority from China’s north-west Xinjiang region.

Elderly men with long, wispy beards chat on benches, their traditional felt hats pulled down against the cold, as boys wearing doppas – square-shaped, embroidered skull caps – run past.

It is in this working-class district near Ataturk airport that concern for friends and relatives in China is felt acutely.

Last week their spirits were lifted when Ankara issued a statement on the plight of Xinjiang’s Uighurs.

In recent years Beijing has increased surveillance of the Uighur population. Hundreds of thousands have reportedly been jailed, often for claimed threats to national security.

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China’s President Xi Jinping ordered security forces to “strike first” against extremism in 2014 after a deadly bomb blast in Urumqi and other attacks across China.

The rise in violence followed reports of thousands of Uighurs fighting in Syria for Al Qaeda-linked groups and ISIS, raising Chinese concerns about returning fighters.

The Turkistan Islamic Movement, a separatist organisation of Uighurs who seek a “caliphate” for Xinjiang and eventually Central Asia, has been fighting in Syria.

It has been designated a terrorist organisation by the EU, US, UK and other countries.

In his statement, Turkish foreign affairs spokesman Hami Aksoy called for an end to the “human tragedy” in the north-western region and said at least a million Uighurs, Kazakhs and other mostly Muslim minorities were in internment camps.

Uighur dissidents claim a higher figure for those interned, while China denies allegations of torture in camps, which they say are “re-education centres”.

Mr Aksoy’s statement was widely welcomed by Turkey’s 20,000 Uighurs after a period of public silence regarding the fate of their cousins.

In particular, a reference to “our kinsmen and citizens of Uighur origin” who “cannot get news from their relatives in the region” gave a glimmer of hope to those in Zeytinburnu.

Many of those who spoke to The National described the frustration of not knowing what had happened to family members in Xinjiang.

“My family has been missing for more than four years,” said Ekber Kazak as he gestured to an arrangement of photos of missing relatives set up in the street.

“I got word two years ago that one of my brothers was in a camp but I don’t know about the others.”

He has not heard from his father Sabir Omer, 70, his mother Tacigul Abdulkadir, 68, or a second brother and his wife and son.

“I don’t know if they are alive or dead,” Mr Kazak, 45, said. “I don’t know where they are.

“The last contact I had with them was by telephone four years ago. I heard my brother was taken away after speaking to me on the phone.”

Kitchen staff of Oguzhan restaurant . Kerem Uzel for The National
Kitchen staff of Oguzhan restaurant . Kerem Uzel for The National

Turks claim kinship to Xinjiang’s 11 million Uighurs, and other nationalities across Central Asia, through shared cultural, ethnic and linguistic heritage.

In 2009, then Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan condemned rioting in Xinjiang’s capital Urumqi, which was his first stop during a visit to China three years later.

Uighur activist protesting against China on 58th Boulevard Street in Zeytinburnu. Kerem Uzel for The National
Uighur activist protesting against China on 58th Boulevard Street in Zeytinburnu. Kerem Uzel for The National

Despite that Turkey’s relations with China have gone from strength to strength, with bilateral trade reaching $26 billion a year.

China has invested huge amounts in Turkey as Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative seeks to recreate the Silk Road trade route that once spanned Asia.

With such large sums dependent on smooth relations with China, there had been concerns that Turkey, which is in economic turmoil, was putting Uighur rights aside.

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But there are worrying signs for the diaspora. Mr Cengiz said about 200 people have been ordered to report regularly to the Turkish police after China identified them as agitators.

Another 80 Uighurs are being held in detention in Turkey awaiting deportation as illegal immigrants, he said.

The Turkish statement on human rights abuses in Xinjiang followed reports this month of the death of a popular Uighur musician.

China later released a video showing the musician, Abdurehim Heyit, alive and well.

Kutluk Kagan Sumer, president of the Turkic Human Rights Association in Istanbul, said the statement and the purportedly contradictory video could undermine Turkish support for Uighurs.

“When people saw the government speak out about Uighur rights and Abdurehim Heyit they were happy, but in the future, people will have doubts about the situation and wonder if they are being manipulated.”

But the incident sparked a reaction among overseas Uighurs who are calling on China to provide video evidence of their relatives’ well-being.

The #MeTooUyghur social media campaign has emerged as a tool to seek news of loved ones, document the identities of detainees and put pressure on Beijing.

Portrait of Iskiyar Abdurrahim. A large Uighur community lives in Zeytinburnu district of Istanbul. Kerem Uzel for The National
Portrait of Iskiyar Abdurrahim. A large Uighur community lives in Zeytinburnu district of Istanbul. Kerem Uzel for The National

In Zeytinburnu, Iskiyar Abdurrahim, 27, longs for news of his grandfather, mother, father and two sisters.

Of his extended family, he claims almost 100 are behind bars.

Mr Abdurrahim said he fled to Turkey through Egypt in 2014 after having seen all the male members of his family thrown in jail. He claimed one uncle was tortured.

He called on the international community to “protect our people”.

An earlier version of thisarticle referred to China’s Xinjiang province as East Turkestan. This is incorrect. There was also no clarification on the Turkistan Islamic Movement fighting in Syria, or its designation as a terrorist organisation. This has been added to clarify to the reader the complexity of the issue

Updated: February 21, 2019 05:05 AM

Will Uighurs upend Turkey-China relations

Semih Idiz February 22, 20190


ARTICLE SUMMARYAnkara’s angry outburst over the alleged death of a renowned Uighur folk musician while in Chinese detention has exposed the weakness of Turkey’s claims of defending the minority and its dire need to maintain good relations with Beijing. REUTERS/Murad SezerDemonstrators wave Turkish and East Turkestan flags as they shout slogans during a protest against China, Istanbul, Nov. 6, 2018.

Turkey’s scorching condemnation of China on Feb. 9 over the treatment of the Turkic Uighur minority in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region caught many, including Uighur activists in Turkey, by surprise. Few expected such an outburst after Ankara’s prolonged period of silence despite China’s well-documented and ongoing repressive policies against the Uighurs.

Ankara’s statement pleased many in the expatriate Uighur community, giving them hope that it signals the start of a new and more dynamic policy regarding their cause. Others are not so sure, however, due to past experience, broken promises and Turkey’s openly expressed and actively pursued desire to develop ties with China as a counterbalance to its deteriorating ties with the West.

In addition, questions have been raised about the timing of Ankara’s harsh statement and the true reasons behind it, given that China’s treatment of the Uighurs is nothing new. The obvious catalyst for the unexpectedly harsh statement by Foreign Ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy was reports circulating on social media that the Uighur folk musician Abdurehim Heyit had died in detention.

Expressing sorrow over Heyit’s death, Aksoy said it was no longer a secret that more than 1 million Uighur’s were being subjected to torture and political brainwashing in Chinese internment camps and prisons. Characterizing this as a “great shame for humanity,” Aksoy called on the international community and the UN secretary-general “to take effective measures in order to bring to an end this human tragedy in Xinjiang.”

Beijing responded immediately by uploading a video of Heyit showing him to be alive. In it, Heyit states the date as Feb. 10 and says he is in good health and has not been abused during his investigation for allegedly violating the law.

The Chinese Embassy in Ankara responded officially to Aksoy on Feb. 11 with a statement calling the allegations regarding Heyit’s death and the treatment of Uighurs “groundless and distorted.” It also said that the “internment camps” referred to by Aksoy were “training centers” and asserted that Turkish journalists had visited and inspected them as recently as January.

Many Uighur activists argue that the video of Heyit could easily have been doctored because China has the technology to do so. Nevertheless, the video represents an embarrassment for Ankara, which appears now to have jumped the gun, as noted by Murat Bardakci, a popular columnist for the daily Haberturk.

Bardakci called Aksoy’s statement on Heyit’s alleged death a “major diplomatic gaffe, made hastily on the basis of hearsay over social media, and without any effort to verify the facts.” He further stated, “To stand up to China over its tormenting and murder of the Uighurs … with statements that can be instantly rebutted does nothing but weaken our hand and make the other side question our seriousness.” 

Ankara noticeably toned down its rhetoric after the release of the Heyit video, and at the time of writing, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who in the past has presented himself as a vocal champion of the Uighurs, had not spoken on the matter.

Addressing the topic during a Feb. 11 press conference in Ankara, government spokesman Omer Celik chose his words carefully to avoid escalating the situation. Responding to a question about Heyit, Celik said, “If the Chinese authorities employed a more transparent approach to claims regarding missing Uighurs, this would help to reduce tensions for everyone.”

Celik also asserted “Ankara’s respect for China’s territorial integrity” and for “Beijing’s need to provide for its security.” He was clearly trying to quash any suggestion that Turkey might be encouraging Uighur separatism or supporting radical groups in Xinjiang.

It is such vacillations in Ankara’s tone that leads Uighurs to doubt its sincerity in claiming to defend their cause. Some Uighur representatives in Turkey are not holding back from openly criticizing Erdogan and the government in this respect. The shared concern is that this latest and unexpected outburst against China may turn out to be a “one-shot affair” because it has more to do with Turkey’s local elections in March than the plight of the Uighurs.

Ankara may have been holding back from hitting China in recent years, but the Uighur’s enjoy great support among religious and nationalist Turks. These groups frequently take to the streets to protest against China and have even mistakenly attacked Korean tourists in Istanbul, mistaking them for Chinese. Aware of this, after Aksoy’s statement China issued a travel warning to its citizens visiting Turkey.

Erdogan needs a strong turnout for his Justice and Development Party (AKP) in the March elections to further consolidate his hold on power. Many see Ankara’s latest attack on China as an attempt to please the AKP’s religious and nationalist bases.

Many Uighurs recall that Erdogan also lambasted China in 2009, while prime minister, deeming Beijing’s treatment of the Uighurs “tantamount to genocide.” He failed, however, to follow-up with a clear policy on behalf of the Uighurs. Instead, Ankara very quickly made clear​ that it had no intention of moving in that direction because it valued its ties with China.

In the meantime, China and Turkey worked hard to deepen bilateral ties. Their efforts culminated in a February 2012 visit to Turkey by Vice President Xi Jinping, later president, and a visit by Erdogan to China a few months later.

Erdogan paid another official visit to Beijing in 2015 and traveled again to China in September 2016 for the G20 summit and for the Belt and Road summit in May 2017. Erdogan’s talks with President Xi Jinping during these visits bolstered the positive outlook for bilateral ties, especially in the economic arena, where cooperation is already worth tens of billions of dollars.

Ankara can ill afford to put such potential at risk given its current economic difficulties. As noted, Erdogan is also seeking powerful new political allies, including China, as he drifts away from the West.

In 2016, Erdogan declared his desire for Turkey to join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, in which China plays a key role, alongside Russia. He signaled that Ankara would be prepared to dump its EU membership bid should that happen. Meanwhile, last December, AKP deputies blocked a motion tabled by the nationalist opposition for a parliamentary inquiry into the plight of Uighurs in China.

During a visit to Beijing in July 2018 Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu had told reporters that Ankara viewed threats to China’s security as threats to Turkey and would not allow “anti-China activity inside Turkey or territory controlled by Turkey.” He was trying to assuage China’s concerns regarding anti-Chinese activities by Uighurs in Turkey aimed at promoting independence for Xinjiang and also acknowledging the problem posed by the scores of Uighurs who traveled through Turkey to join Jabhat al-Nusra in Syria.

Despite the recent heated exchanges between Ankara and Beijing, the general expectation is that ties will return to the status quo ante in light of broader interests that neither side can afford to endanger.

Tugrul Keskin, an international relations professor at Shanghai University, does not expect Turkey’s harsh tone toward China to make much of a difference to the long-term relationship, even if mutual suspicions remain.

“Turkey cannot ignore the Uighurs and their living conditions, whereas China is very suspicious about Turkish support for the Uighurs,” Keskin told the South China Morning Post. “This is the hard reality of Turkish-Sino relations and they cannot overcome this.” Keskin added, however, “The future of Turkish-Sino relations will not be different from the past.”

Nevertheless, Turkey is currently gripped by election fever, and there is no guarantee that the Uighur issue will not flare up again to be used as fodder in domestic politics. This could one again cloud Turkey’s ties with China and will require more deft diplomatic management by Ankara than thus far exhibited, especially if Turkey wants to help the Uighurs in earnest.

Read more: https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2019/02/turkey-unexpected-outburst-against-china-uighurs.html#ixzz5gIgrNVkm