Methods of Chinese expansion

The below article was published by News Vibe of India, Photo credit: ETGE (Column by Ghulam Osman,  President of East Turkistan Government-in-Exile ) Uyghurs utilize an analogy to illustrate the true nature of Chinese: “Chinese are soft worms that eat hard wood.” This is not a joke, rather it depicts...

Breaking down the humanitarian situation in East Turkistan

The below interview was published by Global News Radio, Photo Credit: Global News Radio/Mike Stubbs Description According to Human Rights Watch, the Turkic mostly Muslim Uighur ethnic group in East Turkistan (what China calls "Xinjiang") face arbitrary detentions, daily restrictions on religious practice and “forced political indoctrination” in a mass security...

Webinar: How the ICC can Investigate and Prosecute Chinese Officials for Genocide against Uyghurs and Other Turkic People

On July 6th an Article 15 Communication was submitted to the ICC prosecutor asking for an investigation to be opened into the Genocide and other Crimes Against Humanity committed against Uyghurs by Chinese officials. The communication was submitted by British barrister Rodney Dixon QC, on behalf of Uyghur and other Turkic...

Uyghur leader vows to fight against Chinese atrocities

The below article was published by WION, Photo credit: ETNAM An Uyghur Muslim leader has slammed China for its treatment of minorities in Xinjiang province and has vowed to fight against Chinese atrocities. The leader said that every Uyghur around the world was a "freedom fighter" and that they "will...

Persecuted Uyghurs, Silent Muslim Leaders

The Middle East Forum (MEF) hosted a webinar featuring Prime Minister Salih Hudayar of the East Turkistan Government on Exile on how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) oppresses the Uyghurs, a Muslim group primarily living in the East Turkistan, with re-education concentration camps, forced sterilization, religious persecution, and much more....

From Tokyo to New York, East Turkistan Govt-in-Exile demonstrates against Chinese oppression on Uyghurs

The below article was published by India Blooms Tokyo/New York/DC:  The East Turkistan Government-in-Exile on Thursday demonstrated against Chinese aggressions in different parts of the world to mark East Turkistan's Independence Day. The demonstrators highlighted China's human rights violation against the minorities in the region. Demonstrations were held in nations...