“The Chinese Communists annexed the former East Turkistan in 1949” – Uighur

The German press mentions that the Chinese Communist regime annexed the former East Turkistan in 1949.

After UN special investigator Tomoya Abokata raised the issue of Uyghur slave labor in his report titled “Forms of Modern Slavery” released on August 16, the German press reported that more than 1 million Uyghurs were sent to penal camps, where corporal punishment, sexual violence, and forced labor were carried out in the camps. etc. began to bring up the oppression of Uyghurs.

German national radio and television channel “ARD” published the news on August 17, “UN Condemns Forced Labor in China”. Indeed, he stated that the existence of slave labor could be included in the category of crimes against humanity.

“German Radio” published on August 17th “UN Expert Criticizes China’s Uyghur Forced Labor” reported that after Tomoya Obokata’s statement on Uyghur forced labor was introduced, the Chinese regime “shot Tomoya Obokata” and called him a liar. There is no such thing as forced labor in Diyarbakir. At the same time, it is said that human rights activists and facts are saying that more than 1 million Uyghurs have been imprisoned in concentration camps, which China is also denying.

It is worth noting that these news and articles not only describe the current oppression of Uyghurs, but also map and describe the territory of Uyghurs, the history of Uyghurs, and use the phrase “Chinese Communists annexed the former East Turkistan in 1949”.

“Zaman” newspaper published in Germany on August 17th published a news report entitled “UN expert mentions the issue of forced labor of Uyghurs in Xinjiang” quoting the words of Tomoya Obokata and stating that forced labor in the Uyghur region constitutes a crime against humanity, and concluded the news with “China After the Communists seized power in Beijing, they annexed the former East Turkistan to the People’s Republic in 1949.

The same sentence was mentioned by the “Taraza” news channel published in Germany on August 17 in the article entitled “China continues to lock up opposition forces in mental hospitals” in the section entitled “Uighurs in Xinjiang”. According to the article, “According to human rights activists, hundreds of thousands of Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities are imprisoned in penal camps in the Xinjiang region in northwestern China. Muslim Uyghurs are being oppressed politically, religiously and culturally. After the Chinese Communists seized power in 1949, they annexed the former East Turkistan.

According to Mr. Farhat Mohammadi, the vice-chairman, “After the Chinese Communists took power in Beijing, they annexed the former East Turkistan to the People’s Republic in 1949” in the German press. Although it is known to all Uighurs that “Eastern Turkistan is a conquered land”, the international recognition of this is a problem that has not yet been achieved. For this reason, he is planning to hire special experts to “prove that East Turkistan is a conquered land”. In such a situation, the German press’s use of the phrase “after the Chinese Communists took power in Beijing, they annexed the former East Turkistan to the People’s Republic in 1949” attracted the attention of Uyghur analysts.

Mr. Dokur Free Ekram, a teacher of Turkey’s Hajitapa University and a strategy expert, emphasized that the importance of such ideas, which mean “Eastern Turkistan’s conquered land” in the international press, is increasing from the point of view of the future of Uyghurs.

The director of the Berlin office, Mr. Ghayur Kubat, expressed his opinion that the economic cooperation with China is very large, and for this reason, Germany, which has always had a cautious attitude towards China, is really pleased with the development of the changes taking place in recent times.

This idea, which was presented in the German newspapers “Zaman” and “Taraza”, began to spread widely in other newspapers, magazines and online sections from August 18. In the article “UN Expert Proposes Forced Labor in Xinjiang, Beijing Is Furious” published on the “Sada” website on August 18, the sentence “After the Chinese Communists took power in Beijing, annexed the former East Turkistan to the People’s Republic of China in 1949” gave

During our interview, Mr. Farhat Muhammedi, vice president of the University, gave an account of the research conducted by the University in the context of proving that “Eastern Turkistan is a lost land”.



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