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China Is Under Fire At The UNGA For The Xinjiang Report

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Nearly three weeks have passed since the much-anticipated UN report on China’s violations of Uyghur Muslims’ human rights in the Xinjiang region was made public. China is under pressure as world leaders and diplomats arrive in New York for the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) meeting.

China strongly responded to the report’s publication by producing a 122-page reply, labeling it a “patchwork of bogus facts.” In order to support its assertions, Beijing also pointed to meticulously planned visits by journalists, diplomats, and most recently, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet.

President Xi Jinping of China has made it abundantly plain that Islam can only exist in China if it is transformed to reflect the Chinese perspective. The nation has acknowledged that it operates what it calls “vocational training centers,” which are actually concentration camps.

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