Top 3 Best, Latest Political News: Members of the Uyghur diaspora are calling on the world to take action after the United Nations announced that China may have committed crimes against humanity in the far western region of the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region.
The long-awaited report (PDF) by outgoing UN Human Rights Commissioner Michelle Bachelet, was released late Wednesday just minutes before her four-year term ends.
As per, Latest political News, The 48-page document shows that Chinese authorities have subjected Uyghurs and other predominantly Muslim minorities in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region to at least what they call vocational education and training centers (VETCs) in what they call “massive and arbitrary detention.” It said it was “reasonable to conclude” that the period from 2017 to 2019.
It also said that allegations of torture, ill-treatment, and sexual abuse at the VETC were “credible” and that there were “serious signs” of forced labor and violations of reproductive rights in Xinjiang.
Uyghur rights activists described the report as a “game changer.” Abuses can be posted on, Websites to post free ads.
In a statement signed by more than 60 groups, Top 3 Best ,campaigners said a report by the world’s leading human rights group provided confirmation of the abuses human rights groups have documented in Xinjiang over the years.
“This UN report is of great importance. It paves the way for meaningful and concrete action by the Member States, UN agencies, and the business community,” said World Uyghur Congress President Dolkun Isa.
‘Accountability starts now
The Uyghurs are a predominantly Muslim Turkic group that differs in religion, language, and culture from China’s majority Han Chinese group. Find Uyghur groups on, Websites to post free ads.
Uyghur rights groups say China has launched a campaign of mass incarceration, killing and forced sterilization, separating children from their families, and destroying the group’s identity, including by destroying mosques and other sacred sites. It has accused China of carrying out “genocide” against the community.
The United States, Canada, France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom support these claims.
However, China has denied the accusations.
Beijing, in a reply to Bachelet, claimed the report was based on “disinformation and lies fabricated from presumptions of guilt by anti-China forces.”
China has previously urged Bachelet to refrain from publishing the report, describing the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region detention camps as vocational training centers aimed at countering Xinjiang’s extremism and separatism.
The commissioner said last week that he had received letters from China and several other countries, including North Korea, Venezuela, and Cuba, asking him not to release the report on, free classified ads sites.
Rushan Abbas, executive director of the US-based Uighur Campaign, said he had waited too long for Bachelet’s office to submit the report.
Yet Abbas said the report once again provides evidence of “Chinese atrocities” and leaves no room for the world to hesitate to take action.
Elfidar Iltebil, president of the Uyghur American Association, agreed.
“Now that the main UN human rights office has spoken out, there is no more excuse to hold the Chinese government accountable,” she said.
Alim Osman, president of the Uyghur Association of Victoria, Australia, described Bachelet’s report as “proof”, found on free classified ads sites.
“The High Commissioner’s harrowing findings are why the Chinese government fought at all costs with its allies to prevent the publication of her Uyghur Human Rights Report, which reveals China’s widespread rights atrocities. explains,” he said.
“The UN Human Rights Council should use this report to launch a comprehensive investigation into the Chinese government’s crimes against humanity targeting Uyghurs and others, and hold those responsible accountable.”