Uighur Diaspora Hails Removal of ETIM From US Terror List

The below article was published by Voice of America (VOA), Photo credit: VOA Uighur activists and experts alike welcomed the removal of the East Turkistan Islamic Movement (ETIM) from the U.S. terrorist list, saying the move by Washington last month helps the religious minority fight more effectively for its rights,...

Pompeo Weighs Genocide Designation for China

The below article was published by Foreign Policy, Photo credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 14: Supporters and members of the East Turkistan National Awakening Movement rally outside the White House to urge the United States to end trade deals with China and take action to stop the...

Is the ICC corrupted by China?

The below article was published by Fox News, Photo credit AP Photo/Peter Dejong Legal analysts have questioned whether Beijing's influence is blocking efforts to investigate alleged acts of genocide against the Uighur minority For people like Sainawar Rouzi, life in exile is one punctured by the pains of the unknown.   ...

Salih Hudayar on China’s Uyghur Genocide

The below article was published by the Middle East Forum, Photo credit MEF https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGzW242SY4s&feature=emb_title Salih Hudayar, prime minister of the East Turkistan Government-in-Exile, spoke to participants in a November 13 Middle East Forum webinar (video) about the history of the Uyghur people and their persecution by the government of China....

China faces charges of Uighur genocide

The below video was created by WION News, Photo credit: WION https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6HQzp-zPPo The international criminal court has asked for more evidence before it starts an investigation to claims of Uighur genocide by china. The international body has said that there is not enough evidence to open full scale investigation against...

ICC asks for more evidence on Uighur genocide claims

The below article was published by the Guardian, photo credit : Murad Sezer/Reuters The international criminal court (ICC) has asked for more evidence before it will be willing to open an investigation into claims of genocide against Uighur people by China, but has said it will keep the file open for...