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Disney is ‘worse than silent’ on China’s Uyghur genocide: Sen. Cotton

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"Remember a couple years back, they actually thanked the government of Xinjiang province in China, where they are systematically trying to exterminate a religious and ethnic minority, putting millions of them in conc...

DC Uyghur restaurant owner: ‘This Olympic is genocide Olympics’

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"If I watch this Olympic, in my eyes I can see my brothers, my sister, my nation and my motherland. His very difficult life in jail. Very difficult life in camp very difficult life in cheap labor factory. So, I canno...

CCP mouthpiece attacks Holocaust museum for condemning China’s Uyghur genocide

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"At the [Olympics] you’ll see a well-known tradition – the torch relay – which the Nazis used at the 1936 Olympics for propaganda purposes," the museum wrote Tuesday about the games. "Today, we witness how the Olympi...

Daughter of imprisoned Uyghur scholar concerned China using Olympics as a propaganda tool

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"I know that the Chinese government wants zero discussion on human rights during this Olympics," Jewher Ilham told Fox News. The Games kicked off in Beijing on Friday morning, marking the first time China has hosted ...

Warriors’ Steve Kerr dismisses part-owner’s scathing remarks on Uyghur Muslims

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Palihapitiya said on the "All-In Podcast" on Saturday that "nobody cares" about the plight and human rights abuses Uyghur Muslims are facing in China. The comments set off a firestorm and warranted a comment from Ker...

ESPN avoids on-air coverage of Golden State Warriors owner’s Uyghur comments, other networks also ignore

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The Disney-owned network has not drawn any attention to Warriors part-owner Chamath Palihapitiya, who went viral on Monday when he claimed that "nobody cares" about the Chinese Communist Party-sponsored (CCP) genocid...

Celtics’ Enes Kanter Freedom blasts Warriors’ co-owner’s ‘disgusting’ dig at Uyghur crisis

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Kanter called the treatment of Uyghurs, who are reportedly housed in dire conditions in concentration-type camps and endure forced labor and other abuses, as a "genocide" – which select Western leaders have brought a...

Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act passed unanimously by the House

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The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act, also known as H.R. 6256, passed by voice vote on Tuesday evening after Republicans and Democrats agreed on a revised version of legislation that stripped out differences betwee...

Rubio demands answers from New York Times on Uyghur genocide ‘cover-up’

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In a Thursday letter, first obtained by Fox News, Rubio again requested the Times answer inquiries he first submitted last month that questioned its failure to release in full 403 pages of leaked documents – includin...

Uyghur tribunal rules that China ‘committed genocide’ against the Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities

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London A London-based independent tribunal has ruled that China committed genocide against Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in its western Xinjiang region, accusing China's senior leadership including President Xi...

Beijing must not host Winter Olympics, Uyghur American pleads in heartbreaking testimony

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"I’m here today not as a professional activist, expert, or a scholar but just as a daughter, someone directly affected by the atrocities" in Xinjiang, Ziba Murat, the Uyghur American, said in a news conference hosted...

Curry & Abbas: China’s war on Uyghur Muslims – here’s why this persecution should matter to Christians

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China’s censorship efforts targeting religion and surveillance programs have now stretched beyond its borders. In Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony on Capitol Hill on March 25, the Facebook founder confirmed that Chinese g...

Sister of Uyghur businessman believed to be detained in China urges Biden to act over ‘unspeakable injustice’

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Washington Almost five years ago, Ekpar Asat disappeared upon returning to China after participating in a prestigious State Department program in the United States. His sister, Rayhan, has not seen or heard from him ...