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In the wake of hacked Xinjiang Police Files came to light this week, revealing the latest evidence of the Chinese Communist Party’s persecution of Uyghurs, the World Uyghur Congress (WUC) has organised a “Uyghur Summit” in Munich, Germany from 26-28 May. The President of WUC has called on the German government to impose sanctions on the Chinese Communist Party for its actions.
The faces of Uyghurs in the Xinjiang Police Files, the leaked documents from the Xinjiang internment camps that were forwarded to Adrian Zenz from an anonymous source. These files consist of more than ten gigabytes in size of speeches, images, spreadsheets and protocols dating back to 2018.
Dolkun Isa, the President of World Uyghur Congress accused in Munich on May 26: “In the past five or six years, the Chinese Communist government has changed its policy of persecuting Uyghurs from forced assimilation and discrimination to genocide.” He called on the German government to impose punitive measures directly on the Chinese Communist Party. “Condemnation and empty statements will not stop the genocide,” he said.
About 200 Uyghur delegates and supporters focused on the discussions, which will continue through May 28. The WUC referred to the investigation by the Independent Uyghur Arbitration Tribunal in London, led by British barrister Sir Geoffrey Nice.
Last December, the tribunal accused the Chinese Communist Party of genocide against the 10 million Muslim people living in Xinjiang, among other charges that include torture, forced sterilization, and mass surveillance. Aicha said German companies should not continue to do business in the Communist China! Among the companies he named were Volkswagen, Bosch, and Adidas. He pointed out that what happened in Xinjiang was not an ordinary human rights violation, and he believed that the evidence was now clear. “Governments, nations, and international organizations no longer have an excuse to sit idly by,” Aisha said.