Blinken touches on the genocide of the Uyghurs by China

"The Chinese Communist Party has unjustly detained and imprisoned innocent Uyghurs in concentration camps," said US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, referring to the Uyghur genocide.
In his speech on the International Religious Freedom Report, Blinken referred to the genocide of the Uyghurs, saying, "China has unjustly arrested, imprisoned, and imprisoned innocent Uyghurs in concentration camps."
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, in his address on the 2022 Report on International Religious Freedom, said on May 15, 2023, that the situation in repressive countries is getting worse. "Governments around the world continue to target religious communities using a range of methods, including torture, beatings, vigilante surveillance and so-called re-education camps," he said.
Uighurs are unjustly detained in prisons and concentration camps
In his speech, Belenkin stated that the CCP has unjustly arrested, imprisoned and imprisoned the majority of Muslim Uyghurs in so-called re-education camps (concentration camps), and continues to pressure the Uyghurs.
"We will continue to stand by our brave defenders"
"We will continue to advocate for freedom of religion publicly and directly in our relationships with government officials in countries where rights are under attack," Blinken said, noting that the United States will continue to stand by and support courageous advocates for freedom of religion.
China destroyed Uyghur mosques and cemeteries
Noting that the second issue highlighted in the report relates to increasing government restrictions on access to holy sites and places of worship, Blinken said, "Uyghurs have witnessed the Chinese government demolishing or misusing their mosques or cemeteries." He also said, "The Chinese authorities are also demolishing Tibetan Buddhist shrines and banishing monks and nuns."
The United States had previously determined that Beijing's treatment of the Uyghurs constituted genocide and crimes against humanity, and stated in its 2022 report that the persecution continues unabated.
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