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18-12-09, 23:56
Cambodia to expel Uighur asylum-seekers from China

(AP) – 44 minutes ago

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — A group of Muslims who fled China after deadly ethnic rioting and sought asylum in Cambodia will be deported.

The group of 22 ethnic Uighurs — who fled China with the help of a secret network of missionaries and arrived in Phnom Penh in recent weeks — was being expelled because it was determined they entered the country illegally, Foreign Ministry spokesman Koy Kuong said. Two Uighurs have gone missing, he said.

Cambodian Interior Ministry spokesman Lt. Gen. Khieu Sopheak said the group would be expelled within a week and could be returned to China.

"I can't say where they will be sent, but I assume their final destination will be China, the place where they come from," he said.

The deportations follow intense pressure from China, which has called the Uighurs criminals. The move comes as Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping visits Cambodia on Sunday as part of a four-country tour.

Some countries have refused to send Uighurs — such as ones released from U.S. detention at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba — back to China over concerns about retribution and abuse.

The office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees had been evaluating the Uighurs, including two children, for possible refugee status.

Kitty McKinsey, a UNHCR spokeswoman at the agency's office in Bangkok, said refugee status for the Uighurs had not been assessed yet.

"Last night UNHCR conveyed a message to the Cambodian government asking them to refrain from deporting them and offering our assistance to the Cambodian government to deal with the cases," she said.

The United States has urged Cambodia not to send the Uighurs back to China.

"We are deeply disturbed by the reports that the Cambodian government might forcibly return this group of Uighurs without the benefit of a credible refugee status determination process," said U.S. Embassy spokesman John Johnson in Phnom Penh. "We strongly urge the Cambodian government to honor its commitment under international law."

Ethnic rioting in July between Uighurs and the majority Han Chinese was China's worst communal violence in decades. The Chinese government says nearly 200 people, mostly Han, died.

Overseas Uighur groups say Uighurs have been rounded up in mass detentions since the violence. China has handed down at least 17 death sentences over the rioting.

Associated Press writers Cara Anna in Beijing and Alexander G. Higgins in Geneva contributed to this report.

Copyright © 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

Unregistered
19-12-09, 00:07
Bu hewerge qarighanda eger ularni alidighan birer dowlet chiqsa yenila az-tola umut bardek. Hemme Uyghurlar ozliri turiwatqan dowletlerge jiddi iltimas sunishi kirek!

Unregistered
19-12-09, 00:13
Shundaq hemme Uyghur barliq kucini ciqirish kerek, mana bu erkin dunyadiki 22 Uyghurni erkinlikke ciqiralisaq, andin wetendiki 20 million Uyghurning teghdiridin soz acsaq bolghudek...


Bu hewerge qarighanda eger ularni alidighan birer dowlet chiqsa yenila az-tola umut bardek. Hemme Uyghurlar ozliri turiwatqan dowletlerge jiddi iltimas sunishi kirek!

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19-12-09, 00:18
Cambodia to expel Uighur asylum-seekers from China

(AP) – 44 minutes ago

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — A group of Muslims who fled China after deadly ethnic rioting and sought asylum in Cambodia will be deported.

The group of 22 ethnic Uighurs — who fled China with the help of a secret network of missionaries and arrived in Phnom Penh in recent weeks — was being expelled because it was determined they entered the country illegally, Foreign Ministry spokesman Koy Kuong said. Two Uighurs have gone missing, he said.

Cambodian Interior Ministry spokesman Lt. Gen. Khieu Sopheak said the group would be expelled within a week and could be returned to China.

"I can't say where they will be sent, but I assume their final destination will be China, the place where they come from," he said.

The deportations follow intense pressure from China, which has called the Uighurs criminals. The move comes as Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping visits Cambodia on Sunday as part of a four-country tour.

Some countries have refused to send Uighurs — such as ones released from U.S. detention at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba — back to China over concerns about retribution and abuse.

The office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees had been evaluating the Uighurs, including two children, for possible refugee status.

Kitty McKinsey, a UNHCR spokeswoman at the agency's office in Bangkok, said refugee status for the Uighurs had not been assessed yet.

"Last night UNHCR conveyed a message to the Cambodian government asking them to refrain from deporting them and offering our assistance to the Cambodian government to deal with the cases," she said.

The United States has urged Cambodia not to send the Uighurs back to China.

"We are deeply disturbed by the reports that the Cambodian government might forcibly return this group of Uighurs without the benefit of a credible refugee status determination process," said U.S. Embassy spokesman John Johnson in Phnom Penh. "We strongly urge the Cambodian government to honor its commitment under international law."

Ethnic rioting in July between Uighurs and the majority Han Chinese was China's worst communal violence in decades. The Chinese government says nearly 200 people, mostly Han, died.

Overseas Uighur groups say Uighurs have been rounded up in mass detentions since the violence. China has handed down at least 17 death sentences over the rioting.

Associated Press writers Cara Anna in Beijing and Alexander G. Higgins in Geneva contributed to this report.

Copyright © 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

18 qisla keqtiki hever.

Ehvalga kariganda ular tehiqe cambodja-da ohxaydu, hem ularning ikkisi keqip ketken ohxaydu.
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http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D9CM5AR80&show_article=1&catnum=2

freeuyghur
19-12-09, 00:36
Lives of those 22 Uyghurs are in imminent danger. Every Uyghur in the West must take an urgent action to help free those would be-refugees. We all have time and effort especially this time of the year to work on this issue. We should help raise the awareness of the US and western governments on those 22 Uyghurs by sending letters to the state representatives and congressman.

Here is a simple letter I drafted using various sources on the internet. You may copy the letter and start sending it to related government offices and represntitives.

Dear XX:

My name is XX. I am a resident of the great XX and an employee at XX.

I am deeply concerned of the fate of the 22 Uyghurs who are about to be deported to China after seeking a refugee status in Cambodia. Uyghurs are indigenous people residing in northwestern part of China, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, an area known to Uyghurs as East Turkestan. Uyghurs have been subjected to brutal Chinese repression ever since it fell under the colony of communist China in 1949. There has been intensification of repression of Uyghurs by Chinese government during last 20 years. Uyghurs have been discriminated in almost all aspects of their life including their basic rights such as seeking employment, practicing their social customs, practicing religion and even speaking their own language. All of those have been well documented in free presses in western world including United States Washington post, New York Times etc.

Those 22 arrived in Cambodia in recent weeks and have claimed asylum on the basis that they face harsh treatment in China following accusations of an involvement in violent protests on July 5th earlier this year (2009). The charges against them remain unknown. The Chinese authorities have used the July 5th unrest as an excuse to increase the use of oppressive policies against the Uyghurs and unwarrantedly label them as criminals. Thousands of Uyghurs have been detained, regardless of their involvement in the demonstrations and ensuing turbulence and the human rights of imprisoned Uyghurs are harshly violated.

Over the past few months, news has surfaced of death sentences being imposed by Chinese authorities on at least 20 of the Uyghurs in custody, 9 of whom were executed in November 2009 to international condemnation.

Sending any Uyghur asylum seeker back to China could very well lead to the detainment, trial and potentially the execution of the people involved. This story is reminiscent of previous instances of extradition where even non-Chinese nationals face unfair trials and long prison sentences when forcibly returned to China. Huseyin Celil, an ethnic Uyghur who once fled China and gained Canadian citizenship, was arrested in Uzbekistan in April 2006. He was extradited to China against the objections of the Canadian government and sentenced to life in prison.

I would like to call on your office to raise the issue of those would be- refugees in US house and senate and help protect the lives of those Uyghurs. As I am writing this letter to you, those Uyghurs are about to be transported to the Chinese plane to deport to China. I sincerely hope that your office would take an urgent action to raise the awareness of the US administration on this urgent matter so that innocent human lives will be saved.

Sincerely,

Your contact here.

Unregistered
19-12-09, 01:57
bichchare uyghurlardin yiqqan 100 dollardin pul bilen 22 uyghurni qutquzimiz desek,bu uchigha chiqqan axmaqning ishi bolidu.pulning yerimini yiqqiche Xitay qilidighinini qilip bolidu


rabiye hanim uyghur oyi uyghur poyi degen gepni qoyup, shu pulgha Amerikidin lobichilarni setiwelip ishqa selish kerek. 22 uyghurni xitaygha tutquzup qoyup uyghur oyi qursimu undaq oyge hichkimning dessigisi kelmeydu.

Unregistered
19-12-09, 02:19
Hitaylar kambodiya hukumitige 1 Billion USD, 1 milyar amerka dolliri biridighanliqigha imza qoyshaptu, aldimizdiki hepte bu pulning 857 milyon dollarni neh birdiken, bu pulning aldida DUK Rabiya kadeer ning yighiwatkan pulliri hiq nime bolalmaydu, azirqi mesile eyip izdimey herqanda wasta media arqiliq dunya jamaetining hisdashlighini qozghap shu ballarni putun kuchumiz bilan qoghdap qilishimiz kirek.

Unregistered
19-12-09, 03:38
Yil 1947
yili hejge mengip ottura sherq urushi mezgilide qapsilip qalghan Uyghur turkiye hokumiti teripidin turkiyege epkelinip adanagha olturaqlashturuldi.
Yil 1949 yili we u etirapida
1949 yili Merhum eysa yusup alp tikin we memtimin hezret ( bughra ) bilen weten qechip chiqqan 2000 yeqin uyghurlanlar ilgi axiri bolup turkiyege kelip olturaqlashti
Yil 1996
Taylanbda qapsilip qalghan ikki Uyghur ( hazir kambodiadaki uyghurlargha oxshash) turkiye hokumiti otturigha cheqip turkiyege kelip olturaqlashti.

Eger miasslalni dep kelsek bek kop emma hazir waqt israp qildiighan chagh emes.
Jiddi herket qelishimiz kirek.
Rabiye Qadir Xanimning yawrupadiki ziyaretining qaysi bashquchta ikenlikini bilmeymen eger, tugumigen bolsa derhal bikar qilip Turkiye hokumiti bilen biwaste korushup (Rejep Tayyip Erdoghan, oz bayanitini elan qilghandin keyin “ keyinki 5 ay 10 kunde turkiye ziyaretini qilmay nimish qilghini bilmeymen,) 22 Uyghur mesilini derhal Ottgturigha qoyushi kirek dep qaraymen , chunki Rabiye Qadir XAnimning Turkiye Ziyareti Uyghurlarning keyinki kiridighan kama tapalmaydighan halitige hatime beridighan birdin bir yolning eng axirqi umidi we pursiti.

Buningdin burunmu bundaq ehwallar bolghan we buni turkiyeg ottureigha cheqip hel qilghan ed. 7-5-kunidin keyin dost dushmen ayrilip heq qollighuchi bilen naheq qollighuchiliri otturida roshen korunup turghan mushundaq bir mezgilde ozimizge eng paydiliq sharaitlardin paydilanmay nedeki yoqilang dolet ziyaretlirni qilishi meningche bek eqilge muwapiq emes. Rabiye xanim tomurni qizighida soqup Turkiyening hazirqi hokumiti bilen tuzeligudek putun toxtamlirini tuzup mushundaq qara kunlerde ozining ( uyghurlarning) cheqish yolini tepishi kirek edi emma aridin 5 ayning koprek otken mushundaq bir chaghqiche hichqandaq bir shepe yoq , nediki YApniye ziyareti, yaponiyeni 2-qetip ziyaret qilish , yawrupa ziyareti digendek ziyaretlerni qilip quruq soz we wedilerge mest bolup yurishi uyghurlaning chet’ellerdeki tayanch bazinsi quralmasliqning asasni yartip bermekte.
Chashqan jeni chokep ketiwatqan kimidin uzaqlishidu.
Hazirqi Turkiyening siyasi ewhalida Uyghurlar PAydilliq Amillar nahayti kop bolup Eysa Yusup Alptikin wapat bolghandikn kiyinki Uyghurlar ozini eng kop we eng netijili tonutqan we dertini eytalighan hokumet we helq otturida turmaqta
Abdulla Gul Turkiyde ( Turkiye Jumhur bashlighi )Uyghurlareng kop olturaqlashqan Qeysiride Chong bolghan
Rejep TAyip Erdoghan ( bash Minister) 7-5kunidin keyinki bayanatida dep otti
Exmet Dawut Oghli Tashqi IShlar Ministiri Uyghurlarning eng yaxshi bildighanlardin biri ( Bilishimche ali mektepte ders beriwatqanda uning bir oqughuchisi Uyghur iken )
We wahakazalar


Silerge tewsiye
----------------Akang kimni alsa yenggeng shu !
----------------Etiki Quyruqtin Bugunki Opke yashi (Uyghurgha ete zadi quyruqmu yoq )
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Uyghur xelq maqal

22 Uyghurning kelgusige yolni jaylap mangalghan Siyasetchilirmiz we uning perde arqisi yol korsetkuchilerge baghliq!

Buning birdin bir cheqish yoli 22 Uyghurni turkiyege ep cheqip ketish hem bu hel bolghis ish. Gep uni qandaq mengishta






Cambodia to expel Uighur asylum-seekers from China

(AP) – 44 minutes ago

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — A group of Muslims who fled China after deadly ethnic rioting and sought asylum in Cambodia will be deported.

The group of 22 ethnic Uighurs — who fled China with the help of a secret network of missionaries and arrived in Phnom Penh in recent weeks — was being expelled because it was determined they entered the country illegally, Foreign Ministry spokesman Koy Kuong said. Two Uighurs have gone missing, he said.

Cambodian Interior Ministry spokesman Lt. Gen. Khieu Sopheak said the group would be expelled within a week and could be returned to China.

"I can't say where they will be sent, but I assume their final destination will be China, the place where they come from," he said.

The deportations follow intense pressure from China, which has called the Uighurs criminals. The move comes as Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping visits Cambodia on Sunday as part of a four-country tour.

Some countries have refused to send Uighurs — such as ones released from U.S. detention at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba — back to China over concerns about retribution and abuse.

The office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees had been evaluating the Uighurs, including two children, for possible refugee status.

Kitty McKinsey, a UNHCR spokeswoman at the agency's office in Bangkok, said refugee status for the Uighurs had not been assessed yet.

"Last night UNHCR conveyed a message to the Cambodian government asking them to refrain from deporting them and offering our assistance to the Cambodian government to deal with the cases," she said.

The United States has urged Cambodia not to send the Uighurs back to China.

"We are deeply disturbed by the reports that the Cambodian government might forcibly return this group of Uighurs without the benefit of a credible refugee status determination process," said U.S. Embassy spokesman John Johnson in Phnom Penh. "We strongly urge the Cambodian government to honor its commitment under international law."

Ethnic rioting in July between Uighurs and the majority Han Chinese was China's worst communal violence in decades. The Chinese government says nearly 200 people, mostly Han, died.

Overseas Uighur groups say Uighurs have been rounded up in mass detentions since the violence. China has handed down at least 17 death sentences over the rioting.

Associated Press writers Cara Anna in Beijing and Alexander G. Higgins in Geneva contributed to this report.

Copyright © 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

Unregistered
19-12-09, 08:30
Cambodia to deport Uighurs despite persecution fears
Jared Ferrie
PHNOM PENH
Sat Dec 19, 2009 5:20am ESTPHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia plans to deport at least 20 Muslim Uighurs who fled China after deadly ethnic violence this year, a government official said on Saturday, despite concerns they will face persecution by Beijing.

World | China

The Uighurs, a Turkic Muslim ethnic group involved in rioting in western China that killed nearly 200 people in July, were smuggled into Cambodia in recent weeks and applied for asylum at the United Nations refugee agency office in Phnom Penh.

"The Cambodian government is implementing its immigration law. They came to Cambodia illegally without any passports or visas, so we consider them illegal immigrants," said Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesman Koy Kuong.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry had no immediate comment in response to the announcement, an official in Beijing said.

Human rights groups say they fear for the lives of the Uighurs if they are deported to China.

"Cambodia will be sending these Uighurs to a terrible fate,

possible execution and likely torture," said Amy Reger, a researcher at the Washington-based Uighur American Association.

She cited the case of Shaheer Ali, a Uighur political activist who fled to Nepal in 2000 and was granted refugee status by the United Nations. He was forcibly returned to China from Nepal in 2002 and executed a year later according to state media.

Reger's group received reports at least 20 of the Uighurs were put on a flight to Shanghai early on Saturday. But she said it appeared they had not yet been deported.

Washington is "deeply disturbed" that the Uighurs may be forcibly returned, said John Johnson, U.S. embassy spokesman in Phnom Penh. "The U.S. strongly urges the Cambodian government to honor its commitments under international law."

UN OFFERS HELP

Cambodia's Foreign Ministry spokesman said he did not know their location.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) office said it believed they were still in Cambodia.

"We have conveyed a message to the Cambodian government to refrain from deporting them," said Kitty McKinsey, a spokeswoman for the UNHCR office. The U.N. body had offered assistance to the Cambodian government to resolve the case, she said.

Beijing has called the asylum seekers "criminals," although it has offered no evidence to back up the allegations.

Rights groups say Cambodia is bound by a 1951 convention on refugees pledging not to return asylum seekers to countries where they will face persecution. Cambodia is one of two Southeast Asian nations to have signed the convention.

When asked about Cambodia's obligations under the 1951 convention, Koy said: "We are implementing our internal laws."

The Uighurs have put Cambodia's leaders in an awkward position ahead of a visit on Sunday by Chinese Vice-President Xi Jinping, who is expected to sign 14 agreements related to infrastructure construction, grants and loans.

China is Cambodia's biggest investor, having poured more than $1 billion in foreign direct investment into the country.

The July 5 riots, which began with protests against attacks on Uighur workers in south China, killed 197 people, most of them Han Chinese. More than 1,600 were wounded, official figures show.

At least eight people have been sentenced to death for murder and other crimes during the rioting, and nine other people have been executed, Chinese state media have reported.

(Additional reporting by Chris Buckley in BEIJING; Editing by Jason Szep and Paul Tait)





18 qisla keqtiki hever.

Ehvalga kariganda ular tehiqe cambodja-da ohxaydu, hem ularning ikkisi keqip ketken ohxaydu.
tor menbesi
http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D9CM5AR80&show_article=1&catnum=2