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Unregistered
24-07-09, 12:42
Speak out against the Chinese government’s brutal treatment of Uyghurs!

The Uyghur American Association (UAA) will hold a rally opposite the White House in Lafayette Park (1608 H Street NW) from 12 noon until 5 p.m. on July 28.

UAA calls upon all supporters to join them in condemning the Chinese government’s violent suppression of peaceful protestors in Urumchi on July 5.

According to the Chinese government, 197 people were killed and 1,720 people were injured during the recent unrest. However, according to reports received by the Uyghur American Association, more than 1,000 Uyghurs were killed, and the number of injuries is much higher than 1,720. In addition, independent sources within East Turkestan, as well as the Financial Times newspaper, indicate that the number of Uyghurs arrested since July 5 is at least 4,000.

The Chinese government continues to detain thousands of Uyghurs and is threatening to execute Uyghur protestors. Help us ask the U.S. government to condemn the executions of Uyghurs and to call upon the Chinese authorities to release Uyghur detainees who were arrested without just cause.

UAA Board of Director


Contact: UAA:

202-349-1496
202-349-4192


More information on Uyghurs and the recent violent suppression of Uyghur protestors is available at:
www.uyghuramerican.org
www.iuhrdf.org

Unregistered
24-07-09, 13:50
100 % awaz qoximan. Adminlarga talep: bolsa bundaq muhim bolghan uhtiruxni bax batka chaplisanglar. Rahmat.

Unregistered
24-07-09, 19:28
The so called crack down is never supported by hard evidence. There are many posts in this forum questioning about it and there has been never any pictures/videos showing chinese force massively opened fire on 7/5. There are western medias in this areas now, if there's such evidence, it should already reached them, uyghur women already successfully approached them shortly after the riot.

The protest in front of white house can focus on the fact that chinese government didn't open fire to stop the rioting mobs, letting close to 200 innocent people killed by the mobs, victims include both Han and Uyghur.


Speak out against the Chinese government’s brutal treatment of Uyghurs!

The Uyghur American Association (UAA) will hold a rally opposite the White House in Lafayette Park (1608 H Street NW) from 12 noon until 5 p.m. on July 28.

UAA calls upon all supporters to join them in condemning the Chinese government’s violent suppression of peaceful protestors in Urumchi on July 5.

According to the Chinese government, 197 people were killed and 1,720 people were injured during the recent unrest. However, according to reports received by the Uyghur American Association, more than 1,000 Uyghurs were killed, and the number of injuries is much higher than 1,720. In addition, independent sources within East Turkestan, as well as the Financial Times newspaper, indicate that the number of Uyghurs arrested since July 5 is at least 4,000.

The Chinese government continues to detain thousands of Uyghurs and is threatening to execute Uyghur protestors. Help us ask the U.S. government to condemn the executions of Uyghurs and to call upon the Chinese authorities to release Uyghur detainees who were arrested without just cause.

UAA Board of Director


Contact: UAA:

202-349-1496
202-349-4192


More information on Uyghurs and the recent violent suppression of Uyghur protestors is available at:
www.uyghuramerican.org
www.iuhrdf.org

Unregistered
24-07-09, 23:20
The so called crack down is never supported by hard evidence. There are many posts in this forum questioning about it and there has been never any pictures/videos showing chinese force massively opened fire on 7/5. There are western medias in this areas now, if there's such evidence, it should already reached them, uyghur women already successfully approached them shortly after the riot.

The protest in front of white house can focus on the fact that chinese government didn't open fire to stop the rioting mobs, letting close to 200 innocent people killed by the mobs, victims include both Han and Uyghur.

Yes, Western reporters are warmly welcomed there that they had to be escorted to airport right upon arrival by the Chinese government. If you cannot convince yourself, go for somewhere else for self-education. I can only kindly offer you one of the latest news here about your claim of Western reporters being there now here

http://www.uyghuramerican.org//articles/3346/1/China-Fears-Ethnic-Strife-Could-Agitate-Uighur-Oasis/index.html

Check carefully that is this news is fabricated by UAA or any Uyghur organization.

So many riots happen every year in inner China, why doesn't those Chinese police thousands of Han Chinese people? Why these Uyghur women were crying on so many pictures demanding the release of their husbands and sons?

Unregistered
27-07-09, 12:12
In support of the Uyghur Peoples in Urumqi, in condemnation of the human rights abuses being committed by Chinese government, let’s make an action by attending the peaceful rally at front of White House, to draw attention to media, to make our voice heard, to demand respect for the human rights of Uyghur people.

a woman
a mother
a Uyghur Turkish



The so called crack down is never supported by hard evidence. There are many posts in this forum questioning about it and there has been never any pictures/videos showing chinese force massively opened fire on 7/5. There are western medias in this areas now, if there's such evidence, it should already reached them, uyghur women already successfully approached them shortly after the riot.

The protest in front of white house can focus on the fact that chinese government didn't open fire to stop the rioting mobs, letting close to 200 innocent people killed by the mobs, victims include both Han and Uyghur.