Over half a million people have been slaughtered in the Uyghur region in the last few years – Uyghur

Human Rights Watch has revealed that more than half a million people in Uyghur have been beheaded and imprisoned by Chinese courts in recent years.

According to a report published by Human Rights Watch on September 14, data available on government websites suggests that the total number of people unjustly imprisoned in Uyghur is much higher than previously published by Chinese authorities.

The report shows: “According to the statistics of the Xinjiang High People’s Court, the total number of people sentenced between 2017 and 2018 was 232,524. Since the publication of this figure in 2019, the Xinjiang High People’s Court has not published data on new official sentences. However, the Xinjiang High People’s Procuratorate released a report in February 2022, stating that a total of 540,826 people have been tried in the region since 2017. Given China’s conviction rate of over 99 percent, it is likely that nearly all of these 540,826 were convicted.

It is worth noting that the nearly half a million people who were tried and executed do not include those who were imprisoned in camps under the name of “re-education” in Uyghur.

Human Rights Watch said in its report that based on this huge number, these people can be seen being killed without due process of law. Human Rights Watch has called on countries to pressure the Chinese government to immediately release those illegally detained in Uyghur Ella and elsewhere.

Maya Wang, a senior researcher at Human Rights Watch, said: “The Chinese government may have tried to cover up the mass abductions into concentration camps by formally prosecuting these people, but all these verdicts are further evidence of their crimes against humanity against Uyghurs and other Turkic ethnic groups in China. is giving.”



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