Interviews

Radio and television interviews involving the East Turkistan Government in Exile

East Turkistan Prime Minister Salih Hudayar on China Genocide

The below interview was conducted by the Dom Giordano Program Salih Hudayar, Prime Minister of East Turkistan in Exile, joins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss the repeated human rights violations of communist China against the Uyghur people of East Turkistan ( Xinjiang). First, Hudayar gives a rundown of the history of relations between China …

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East Turkistan Government in Exile protests outside Capitol on International Human Rights Day

The below article was published by WDVM News, Photo/ video credit: WDVM WASHINGTON (WDVM) — Millions of people are still being imprisoned in Chinese concentration camps. Many are ethnic Uyghurs of East Turkistan, which has been fighting for independence from China for decades.  The East Turkistan Government in Exile and the East Turkistan National Awakening …

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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 crackdown. Salih Hudayar, Prime Minister …

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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. Why are Muslim-majority governments nearly …

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Update on the Chinese subjugation of the Uyghurs

East Turkistan’s Prime Minister Salih Hudayar joins Tom Anderson with an update on the Chinese subjugation of the Uyghurs (Turkic-speaking Muslims from the Central Asian region). The Uyghurs are the largest population in the region and the most severely persecuted Muslim minorities in Xinjiang, including the Kazakhs, Uzbeks, Tajiks, Kyrgyz, and Hui.

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