COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELARIONS - Lindsay Maizland - RESUMO EM PORTUGUÊS CÉSAR TONHEIRO - COMENTÁRIO HEITOR DE PAOLA E CÉSAR TONHEIRO - SEP 22, 2022
No final de 2019, o governador de Xinjiang disse que as pessoas detidas nos campos de reeducação “se formaram”. Os jornalistas descobriram que vários campos foram de fato fechados. Mas no ano seguinte, pesquisadores do Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) identificaram[PDF] mais de 380 instalações de detenção suspeitas usando imagens de satélite. Eles descobriram que a China transformou alguns campos de reeducação de segurança mais baixa em centros formais de detenção ou prisões; ampliou os centros de detenção existentes; e construiu novos centros de detenção de alta segurança em Xinjiang.] RESUMO CÉSAR TONHEIRO -
Os Muslims, Uyghures, estão tomando uma dose de seu próprio veneno, pois matam Judeus e Cristãos à vontade, às centenas de milhares. Isto não justifica o que o PCCh faz com eles. Mas é bom que os grandes centros Islâmicos saibam que eles também podem ser vítimas de fanáticos como eles. Espero que eles aprendam!
HEITOR DE PAOLA -
É fato, e veja como são as coisas, chefes de estados de maioria muçulmana permanecem calados diante a perseguição sob o cetro do Xi JinPIG.
CÉSAR TONHEIRO -
Pois é, assassinos e torturadores se entendem!!!
HEITOR DE PAOLA -
- ARTIGO -
More than a million Muslims have been arbitrarily detained in China’s Xinjiang region. The reeducation camps are just one part of the government’s crackdown on Uyghurs.
About eleven million Uyghurs—a mostly Muslim, Turkic-speaking ethnic group—live in the northwestern region of Xinjiang.
The Chinese government has imprisoned more than one million people since 2017 and subjected those not detained to intense surveillance, religious restrictions, forced labor, and forced sterilizations.
The United States determined that China’s actions constitute genocide, while a UN report said they could amount to crimes against humanity.
The Chinese government has reportedly arbitrarily detained more than a million Muslims in reeducation camps since 2017. Most of the people who have been detained are Uyghur, a predominantly Turkic-speaking ethnic group primarily in China’s northwestern region of Xinjiang. Beyond the detentions, Uyghurs in the region have been subjected to intense surveillance, forced labor, and involuntary sterilizations, among other rights abuses.
The United States and several other foreign governments have described China’s actions in Xinjiang as genocide, while the UN human rights office said that the violations could constitute crimes against humanity. Chinese officials have said that they have not infringed on Uyghurs’ rights and claimed that they closed the reeducation camps in 2019. However, international journalists and researchers have documented an ongoing system of mass detention throughout the region using satellite images, individual testimonies, and leaked Chinese government documents.
When did mass detentions of Muslims start?
An estimated eight hundred thousand to two million Uyghurs and other Muslims, including ethnic Kazakhs and Uzbeks, have been detained since 2017, according to international researchers and U.S. government officials [PDF]. The Chinese government calls the facilities “vocational education and training centers;” the most common terms used by international media organizations and researchers are reeducation camps, internment camps, and detention camps. Some activists describe them as concentration camps.
Outside of the camps, the eleven million Uyghurs living in Xinjiang—officially called the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region—have continued to suffer from a decades-long crackdown by Chinese authorities.
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