The Chinese authorities must release my 19-year-old sister,' demands Uyghur engineer

The Chinese authorities must release my 19-year-old sister,' demands Uyghur engineer

Genocide against the Uyghur Muslims continues to worsen as the world looks on, despite its mass atrocities that have come into stark focus over the past five years.

Two months ago, the day it was confirmed that his 19-year-old sister had been detained at a detention facility, Kewser Wayit, based in the United States (US), rushed to call his family hailing from Artush city in East Turkistan.

However, the countless calls made to the Chinese national security officer in charge of communication between him and his family were instantly cut. Frantic and desperate, he continued his attempts at making the calls again and again, always with the same result.

 

"I tried calling the office for over a week repeatedly for confirmation that my sister had been taken, but no calls or texts were being responded to. Then I realised he's put me in this position to trap and break me, so I decided this must stop. First, they took my dad and, now, my sister. I'm speaking up now," he said.

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14/03/2023
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