Episode 91 – Phil Gurski talks to Uyghur activist Kayum Masimov, Project Manager at Uyghur Rights Advocacy Project
Episode 84 – MPs vote to label China’s persecution of Uighurs a genocide
The heads of security intelligence agencies seldom open up: when they do it is a sign to pay attention.
On this day in 1992 bombs placed on buses in Urumqi, the capital of the Uyghur Autonomous Region exploded, killing three and wounding 23.
When it comes to what the PRC is doing with the incarceration of up to a million Uyghur Muslims, there is no protest among muslim states. What gives?
Two Uyghur terrorist groups claimed a vehicle attack in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square in October 2013 in which two were killed.
China has used a very small terrorist threat from Uyghur Islamist extremists to launch an enormous crackdown. Borealis is joined by GWU’s Sean Roberts to discuss his new book on this humanitarian outrage.
China is involved in what can only be called a ‘genocide’ against Uyghur Muslims. Former CSIS Analyst Phil Gurski weighs in on why the world’s Muslims leaders remain silent.
This contribution was published on The Hill Times on July 6, 2020 CSIS has warned about China’s activities for decades and those warnings have been shunted aside. China is not Canada’s friend. It is a serial human rights abuser in Xinjiang against Uyghur Muslims. OTTAWA, CANADA — You have to feel for the families of […]
On this day in 2015, local police shot dead what they labelled as 6 “mobsters” who had attempted to detonate explosives in Xinjiang.