Today

Lawmakers form bipartisan caucus to confront China on Uyghur treatment

It aims to “support legislation aimed at addressing the largest coordinated human rights abuse campaign of the 21st century.” Read more on axios.com



Yesterday

Coca-Cola, Visa reps refuse to condemn China’s treatment of Uyghur people, Cotton calls it ‘pathetic’

Representatives from several major companies on Tuesday declined to denounce the genocide against the Uyghur people in China when directly asked by Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton. Read more on foxbusiness.com


Morocco authorities arrest Uyghur activist at China’s request

Supporters fear Yidiresi Aishan will be extradited and say arrest is politically driven Read more on theguardian.com



This week

The Times view on the oppression of Uighurs: China’s Sycophants

A vital principle of the Enlightenment is religious liberty. Yet religious persecution is rampant across the globe. Read more on thetimes.co.uk



Last week

Xinjiang’s EU trade is booming, despite political forced labour concerns

Some volatility in figures to be expected but debate on labour appears to be having little impact, analysts say. Read more on scmp.com


U.S. lawmakers accuse IOC of setting

Lawmakers are calling on the IOC to postpone or relocate the scheduled 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing unless China ends it genocide against the Uyghurs. Read more on newsweek.com


China’s largest prison where 10,000 inmates are tortured with cattle prods

CHINA’S largest prison holds an estimated 10,000 inmates who are brainwashed, tortured and electrocuted with cattle prods. The Urumqi No. 3 Detention Centre in Dabancheng is located in the Xi… Read more on thesun.co.uk


China Can Lock Up A Million Muslims In Xinjiang At Once

Here is the most complete picture yet of the staggering scale of China’s prisons and detention camps for Muslims in Xinjiang. Read more on buzzfeednews.com


Kodak knocked after deleting post featuring abuses against Uighurs: ‘Global Times gloating about it’

Kodak released a statement on Tuesday apologizing for content it posted on Instagram from French photographer Patrick Wack that highlighted the mass detentions of the Uighurs in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region after backlash from Beijing supporters. Read more on foxnews.com


WSJ News Exclusive | Chinese Suppliers to Apple, Nike Shun Xinjiang Workers as U.S. Forced-Labor Ban Looms

Three Chinese suppliers have phased out thousands of Uyghurs and Turkic Muslims from a region where the Communist Party is carrying out an ethnic assimilation campaign. Read more on wsj.com


Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Olympics: Now, Make It a Reality

UK parliamentarians voted unanimously. What will the government do? Read more on bitterwinter.org


WSJ News Exclusive | Chinese Suppliers to Apple, Nike Shun Xinjiang Workers as U.S. Forced-Labor Ban Looms

Three Chinese suppliers have phased out thousands of Uyghurs and Turkic Muslims from a region where the Communist Party is carrying out an ethnic assimilation campaign. Read more on wsj.com


China denies influencing UNESCO move on Great Barrier Reef | DW | 18.07.2021

A top Chinese official has rejected Australian claims that a UNESCO move to class the reef as “in danger” is political. The decision was based on data and reports from Australia itself, he said. Read more on dw.com


Opinion: CPP Investments must stop investing in companies benefiting from Uyghur persecution

Irwin Cotler is the international chair of the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights, an emeritus professor of law at McGill University and a former minister of justice and attorney-general of Canada. Read more on theglobeandmail.com


Uyghur American: I was born in a Chinese reeducation camp. I will always fight China’s lies.

Uyghur children shaped by our mothers’ sufferings, our fathers’ toil, and our homelands’ tribulations, will not rest until China’s lies are exposed. Read more on usatoday.com