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08-12-09, 05:34
Uighurs using missionary railway to flee China



BEIJING — An underground network of Christian missionaries that usually
works with North Korean refugees says it has helped smuggle nearly two dozen
Muslim Uighurs out of China following last summer's deadly ethnic violence
and the subsequent government crackdown.

It's the first time the Christian interfaith network has worked with a group
of Uighurs, and it won't be the last, with more currently using the so-
called underground railway to make their way out of the country and requests
for assistance surging into the hundreds, missionaries said.

Long-simmering tensions between Turkic Uighurs and China's Han majority have
increased since July's riots in the western region of Xinjiang. The Chinese
government says the violence left nearly 200 people, mostly Han, dead.

A Chinese court sentenced three Uighurs to death Friday for their actions
during the rioting, bringing to 17 the number of death sentences handed down
over the violence. Overseas Uighur groups say Uighurs have been rounded up
in mass detentions since the riots.

Some have turned to the "railway" for help, and one Macau-based missionary
who is part of the network said they now have daily contact with major
Uighur exile groups.

The network of sympathetic Chinese Christians shelter and guide people,
usually North Koreans, as they cross China on their way to UN refugee
offices abroad to seek asylum.

The first group of 22 Uighurs, who've been described by exile groups as
witnesses to the rioting, made their way through China and Vietnam before
arriving over the past few weeks in the Cambodian capital, where they have
made contact with the UN refugee office and applied for political asylum.

However, they live in fear of being picked up and returned to China, which
has close ties with Cambodia, Uighur groups said.

"China has a very big influence in Cambodia. So their life is in risk, I
would say," said Ilshat Hassan, the U.S.-based director of interior affairs
for the World Uyghur Congress.

A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry asked that questions about the 22
Uighurs be sent in a fax, and offered no immediate response Friday. The
Public Security Bureau in Xinjiang did not immediately respond to a faxed
request.

Hassan said the group is the first large one to leave China after the riots.
Two other Uighurs were arrested in Vietnam, he said, and he lost contact
with another group of four.

A spokesman for Cambodia's Ministry of the Interior, Pol. Lt. Gen. Khieu
Sopheak, said Friday that at least 16 Uighurs are staying at the office of
the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Phnom Penh. The office
is the closest UNHCR office to China in Southeast Asia.

UNHCR's spokeswoman for Asia, Kitty McKinsey, said she could not discuss the
case. "It's our policy everywhere in the world never to speak about
individual asylum seekers or refugees," she said.

Cambodian government spokesman Khieu Kanharith said the government would
consider carefully any repatriation request from China. He said Cambodia has
the right to deny such a request if the people are considered political
asylum seekers.

"But if they are purely criminal people and there is a request, we may
deport them," he said.

It was unclear what role, if any, the 22 Uighurs played in the rioting. They
could not be reached for comment Friday.

"They may have been involved in the protest July 5, but it is not clear at
the moment," said Dilxat Raxit, a spokesman for the World Uyghur Congress.

Radio Free Asia reported Friday that two of the Uighurs told the UNHCR they
watched the July violence unfold. One said he feared retribution for taking
photos.

Hassan said the Uighurs still have photos of the riots and government
response, but there were no immediate plans to make them public. "We want to
get them first to a safe place," he said.

Overseas Uighur groups have been making more and more requests to use the
railway, said the Rev. Marcus Ramsey of the Macau Interfaith Network, whose
group collaborates with other missionary groups and helped the 22 Uighurs
leave China.

Another Macau-based missionary, who didn't want to give his name because of
concerns about official retribution, said the network had a few requests for
help from Europe-based Uighur Christians before the July violence, but
requests have since surged.

He dismissed the idea of possible tensions between the Muslim Uighurs and
the Christian Chinese who help them cross China.

"This is what it means when they ask, 'What would Jesus do?'" he said.

Hassan did not want to talk about any involvement with the missionary
network, saying only "some locals from the China side helped."

Now, however, China has tightened border controls and passing through
Vietnam is no longer possible, he said.

The missionaries sounded more optimistic. "The first group took two months,"
the Macau-based missionary said, "but some things can be streamlined next
year."

Associated Press Writers Sopheng Cheang in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and Jocelyn
Gecker in Bangkok contributed to this report.

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08-12-09, 06:37
Uighurs using missionary railway to flee China



BEIJING — An underground network of Christian missionaries that usually
works with North Korean refugees says it has helped smuggle nearly two dozen
Muslim Uighurs out of China following last summer's deadly ethnic violence
and the subsequent government crackdown.

It's the first time the Christian interfaith network has worked with a group
of Uighurs, and it won't be the last, with more currently using the so-
called underground railway to make their way out of the country and requests
for assistance surging into the hundreds, missionaries said.

Long-simmering tensions between Turkic Uighurs and China's Han majority have
increased since July's riots in the western region of Xinjiang. The Chinese
government says the violence left nearly 200 people, mostly Han, dead.

A Chinese court sentenced three Uighurs to death Friday for their actions
during the rioting, bringing to 17 the number of death sentences handed down
over the violence. Overseas Uighur groups say Uighurs have been rounded up
in mass detentions since the riots.

Some have turned to the "railway" for help, and one Macau-based missionary
who is part of the network said they now have daily contact with major
Uighur exile groups.

The network of sympathetic Chinese Christians shelter and guide people,
usually North Koreans, as they cross China on their way to UN refugee
offices abroad to seek asylum.

The first group of 22 Uighurs, who've been described by exile groups as
witnesses to the rioting, made their way through China and Vietnam before
arriving over the past few weeks in the Cambodian capital, where they have
made contact with the UN refugee office and applied for political asylum.

However, they live in fear of being picked up and returned to China, which
has close ties with Cambodia, Uighur groups said.

"China has a very big influence in Cambodia. So their life is in risk, I
would say," said Ilshat Hassan, the U.S.-based director of interior affairs
for the World Uyghur Congress.

A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry asked that questions about the 22
Uighurs be sent in a fax, and offered no immediate response Friday. The
Public Security Bureau in Xinjiang did not immediately respond to a faxed
request.

Hassan said the group is the first large one to leave China after the riots.
Two other Uighurs were arrested in Vietnam, he said, and he lost contact
with another group of four.

A spokesman for Cambodia's Ministry of the Interior, Pol. Lt. Gen. Khieu
Sopheak, said Friday that at least 16 Uighurs are staying at the office of
the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Phnom Penh. The office
is the closest UNHCR office to China in Southeast Asia.

UNHCR's spokeswoman for Asia, Kitty McKinsey, said she could not discuss the
case. "It's our policy everywhere in the world never to speak about
individual asylum seekers or refugees," she said.

Cambodian government spokesman Khieu Kanharith said the government would
consider carefully any repatriation request from China. He said Cambodia has
the right to deny such a request if the people are considered political
asylum seekers.

"But if they are purely criminal people and there is a request, we may
deport them," he said.

It was unclear what role, if any, the 22 Uighurs played in the rioting. They
could not be reached for comment Friday.

"They may have been involved in the protest July 5, but it is not clear at
the moment," said Dilxat Raxit, a spokesman for the World Uyghur Congress.

Radio Free Asia reported Friday that two of the Uighurs told the UNHCR they
watched the July violence unfold. One said he feared retribution for taking
photos.

Hassan said the Uighurs still have photos of the riots and government
response, but there were no immediate plans to make them public. "We want to
get them first to a safe place," he said.

Overseas Uighur groups have been making more and more requests to use the
railway, said the Rev. Marcus Ramsey of the Macau Interfaith Network, whose
group collaborates with other missionary groups and helped the 22 Uighurs
leave China.

Another Macau-based missionary, who didn't want to give his name because of
concerns about official retribution, said the network had a few requests for
help from Europe-based Uighur Christians before the July violence, but
requests have since surged.

He dismissed the idea of possible tensions between the Muslim Uighurs and
the Christian Chinese who help them cross China.

"This is what it means when they ask, 'What would Jesus do?'" he said.

Hassan did not want to talk about any involvement with the missionary
network, saying only "some locals from the China side helped."

Now, however, China has tightened border controls and passing through
Vietnam is no longer possible, he said.

The missionaries sounded more optimistic. "The first group took two months,"
the Macau-based missionary said, "but some things can be streamlined next
year."

Associated Press Writers Sopheng Cheang in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and Jocelyn
Gecker in Bangkok contributed to this report.



美联社,南韩背景的中国地下基督教会帮助xj暴乱分子出逃柬埔寨

Yuqiridiki Ingilizche maqale bek muhim maqaledek qilidu, Uyghurchigha terjume qilinishi shert ,

Andin yene yuqiridiki Hitayche jumle ochuq emes, belki shu Ingilizche maqalening Hitayche terjumesi ohshaydu,tehminen terjume qilsam mundaq deptu,;" Mei Lain She Agentlighi,; ( 南韩 bu Hitayche hetni eniq oquyalmidim, Nan Han, Nan Wei, Nan Chao men Jenobi koriye dep aldim, ) Jenobi Koriye arqa terekligidiki Hitay mehpi Hiristiyan jemiyetler,bu ( ' xj ' bu sozning menisi bilinmidi, ) Uyghur teroristlernige yardem qilip ularni Kambodjagha chiqiriwetken."


IHTIYARI MUHBIR : MEKKE

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08-12-09, 08:58
美联社,南韩背景的中国地下基督教会帮助xj暴乱分子出逃柬埔寨

Yuqiridiki Ingilizche maqale bek muhim maqaledek qilidu, Uyghurchigha terjume qilinishi shert ,

Andin yene yuqiridiki Hitayche jumle ochuq emes, belki shu Ingilizche maqalening Hitayche terjumesi ohshaydu,tehminen terjume qilsam mundaq deptu,;" Mei Lain She Agentlighi,; ( 南韩 bu Hitayche hetni eniq oquyalmidim, Nan Han, Nan Wei, Nan Chao men Jenobi koriye dep aldim, ) Jenobi Koriye arqa terekligidiki Hitay mehpi Hiristiyan jemiyetler,bu ( ' xj ' bu sozning menisi bilinmidi, ) Uyghur teroristlernige yardem qilip ularni Kambodjagha chiqiriwetken."


IHTIYARI MUHBIR : MEKKE


Towendikisi Googledin Ingilizchidin turkchige terjumesi, az-kop paydilanghili bolidiken

I. M : MEKKE

Uygurlar Çin kaçmaya misyoner demiryolu kullanarak



PEKİN - Hıristiyan misyonerlerin bir yeraltı şebekesi genellikle
Kuzey Kore mülteciler ile çalışır yaklaşık iki düzine kaçırmaya yardımcı olduğunu söylüyor
Müslüman Uygurlar out of China aşağıdaki geçen yaz ölümcül etnik şiddet
ve sonraki hükümeti darbe.

Bu Hıristiyan dinlerarası ağ bir grup ile çalıştı ilk defa's
Uygurlar, onun olmayacak son, şu anda daha çok kullanarak -
yeraltı demiryolu ülke ve isteklerinin kendi yollarını yapmak dışarı çağırdı
yardım yüzlerce kabaran için, misyoner dedi.

Uzun Türk ve Uygurlar, Çin'in Han çoğunluk arasındaki gerginliği kaynayan var
Xinjiang batı bölgesinde Temmuz ayında beri ayaklanmalar arttı. Çince
Hükümet şiddet yaklaşık 200 kişi, çoğunlukla Han, ölü bıraktı diyor.

Bir Çin mahkemesi ölüm Cuma eylemleri için üç Uygurlar mahkum
isyan, 17 ölüm cümle sayısı getirerek sırasında aşağı uzattı
şiddet üzerine. Yurtdışı Uygur gruplar Uygurlar yuvarlanır edilmiştir ki
ayaklanmaları toplu gözaltı beri.

Yardım için "demiryolu" ve bir misyoner Macau-tabanlı açık var
kim ağının bir parçası olduğunu artık günlük temas söyledi büyük
Uygur sürgün grupları.

Sempatik Çince Hıristiyanlar barınak ve rehber insanların ağı
genellikle Kuzey Koreliler, onlar BM mülteci giderken Çin çapraz
ofisleri yurtdışında iltica etmek.

Kim olarak sürgün gruplar tarafından açıklanan been 22 Uygurlar, ilk grup
isyan, tanıkların, Çin ve Vietnam ile önce kendi yollarını yapılmadı
nerede var Kamboçya başkenti olarak son birkaç hafta içinde gelen
BM mülteci ofisi ile yapılan temas ve siyasi sığınma için başvurmuştu.

Ancak korkusu ile aldı varlık canlı ve Çin, geri olan
Kamboçya ile yakın bağları bulunan, Uygur grupların söyledi.

"Çin Kamboçya çok büyük etkisi vardır. Yüzden onların yaşam riski olduğu için, ben
derdim, "Ilshat Hassan, ABD tabanlı içişleri müdürü
Dünya Uygur Kongresi.

Çin Dışişleri Bakanlığı sözcüsü sordu ki 22 ile ilgili sorular
Uygurlar bir faks yılında gönderilecek ve hemen bir yanıt teklif Cuma.
Asayiş Büro Sincan hemen bir faksla yanıt vermedi
talep etmek.

Hasan grup isyan sonra Çin bırakmak için ilk büyük olduğunu söyledi.
Diğer iki Uygurlar Vietnam tutuklandı, dedi, o da iletişim kaybetti
dört kişilik başka bir grup ile.

Kamboçya Bakanlığı İçişleri Pol için bir sözcüsü. Korgeneral Khieu
Sopheak, Cuma en az 16 Uygurlar ofis kaldıkları söyledi
Birleşmiş Milletler Mülteciler Yüksek Komiseri Phnom Penh içinde. Ofis
Güneydoğu Asya'da Çin'e yakın BMMYK bürosu oldu.

Asya, Kitty McKinsey için BMMYK sözcüsü, diye tartışmak söyledi
olay. "Bizim her yerde dünya politikası hakkında konuşmak hiç
bireysel sığınmacı veya mülteci, "dedi.

Kamboçyalı hükümet sözcüsü Khieu Kanharith dedi hükümet olur
Çin özenle herhangi bir geri dönüş isteği düşünün. He Kamboçya söyledi
Doğru böyle bir isteği reddetmek için eğer insanlar siyasi olarak kabul edilir
sığınmacı.

"Ama onlar sadece suç insanların ve bir istek olduğu için, olabilir
Onları sınır dışı, "dedi.

Bu belirsiz ne rolü varsa, 22 Uygurlar isyan oynadı. Onlar
Yorum için Cuma ulaşılamadı.

"Onlar dahil olabilir protesto Temmuz 5, ama temiz değil
an, "Dilxat Raxit, Dünya Uygur Kongresi sözcüsü.

Radio Free Asia Cuma iki Uygurlar ve BMMYK söyledi rapor onlar
Temmuz şiddet açığa izledi. Bir o ayırdığınız için ceza korkuyorlardı dedi
fotoğraflar.

Hasan Uygurlar hala isyanlar ve hükümet fotoğraflar var dedi
yanıt, ama bunları kamuoyuna açıklamak için hemen bir plan vardı. "Biz istiyoruz
olsun onları güvenli bir yere ilk, "dedi.

Yurtdışı Uygur grupların daha fazla kişi kullanmak için yapmaktayız
demiryolu, Rev Marcus Ramsey Makao Dinlerarası Ağı olan dedi
diğer misyoner gruplar grup işbirliği ve yardım 22 Uygurlar
Çin bırakın.

Başka bir Macau, onun adı nedeniyle vermek istemiyordu misyoner tabanlı
Resmi intikam kaygıları, ağ birkaç kişi için söyledi
Avrupa-yardım Temmuz şiddet önce, ama Uygur Hıristiyanlar tabanlı
beri arttığını isteğiniz yok.

O Müslüman Uygurlar arasında olası gerginliklerin fikrini reddetti
Hıristiyan onları Çin çapraz yardım Çince.

"Bu o zaman sorun ne demek olduğunu, 'İsa ne yapardın?" Dedi.

Hasan misyoner ile herhangi bir ilgisi hakkında konuşmak istemiyordu
ağ, sadece "Çin tarafı bazı yerel söyleyerek yardımcı oldu."

Şimdi ise, Çin sınır kontrolleri ve geçerek artırıldığını ve
Türkiye artık mümkündür, dedi.

Misyonerlerin daha iyimser geldi. "Birinci grup," iki ay sürdü
Macau tabanlı misyoner, "ama bazı şeyler yanında akıcı olabilir dedi
yıl. "

Associated Press Yazarlar Sopheng Cheang Phnom Penh, Kamboçya ve Jocelyn içinde
Gecker Bangkok bu rapora katkıda bulunmuştur.