Turkish Human Rights Report Accuses the CCP of Violating Human Rights in Xinjiang

On Dec. 14 Ankara local time, the Turkish İyi Parti (Good Party) published a report on human rights in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, which accused the CCP of all-round violations of human rights in Xinjiang. 

Akşener, chairman of the İyi Parti, pointed out in her report: The “concentration camps” established by the CCP in Xinjiang are divided into five categories, including temporary detention centers, concentration camps, slave labor centers, children’s concentration camps and prisons. Among them, the most basic temporary detention centers are located in all cities and towns of the Uygur Autonomous Region.The report also mentions: The poor living conditions in the concentration camps in Xinjiang are the only seen since the Second World War. In the concentration camps, Uyghur women were subjected to institutionalized sexual assault, and the victims were subjected to cruel punishment. Even children were forced to be isolated from their parents and their original culture, and let them become victims of the CCP’s systematic “Sinicization” plan. 

Akşener publicly declared that if any individual or institution agrees with the brutal behavior of the CCP, it is no different from its own cruelty. Therefore, if anyone remains silent about the current situation of Xinjiang people being brutally persecuted by the CCP, he is equivalent to the perpetrator and the fellow traveler of the CCP.

Translated by: MOS Media Team – CloudSky
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