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Amnesty International: China “creates dystopian hell” in Xinjiang-BBC News

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  • Joel Gunter
  • BBC reporter

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Since the escalation of the Chinese government’s “anti-terrorism” and de-radicalization actions in Xinjiang in 2017, the Chinese government’s actions in Xinjiang have aroused global anger.

The human rights organization Amnesty International stated that China has committed crimes against humanity in Xinjiang.

A report issued by “Amnesty International” on June 10 called for the UN to investigate this, and claimed that China was detaining, monitoring and torturing people of Uighurs, Kazakhs and other Muslims on a large scale.

Amnesty International Secretary-General Agnès Callamard accused the Chinese authorities of creating “a scene of dystopian hell on a staggering scale.”

Karamad said: “A large number of (Muslim) people are brainwashed, tortured and subjected to other degrading treatment in detention camps, while millions of people live in fear of huge surveillance machines. This should shock humanity. Conscience.”

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