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09-07-11, 18:58
Assalamu aleykum!!!

7-Ayning 5-Küni Belgiyediki Uyghurlar Brussel shehiride 5-Iyul weqesining ikki
yilliqi munasiwiti bilen namayish ötküzdi.
Brussel shehirining Hitay elchihanisining aldida toplanghan Uyghurlar
chüshtin kéyin saet 15:00 din 17:00 ghiche onlighan ay-Yultuzluq kökbayraq,
5-Iyul shéhitlirining süretliri chaplanghan taxtaylar we uyghurlarning
erkinlik telepliri yézilghan lozunkilarni kötürüp namayish élip bardi. Belgiye
Uyghur Jemiyiti teripidin uyushturulghan bu namayishqa erlerdin sirt,
köpligen ayallar we balilarmu qatnashti. Gollandiyedin Geyretjan Rozi alayten Tibetlikler, Mongollar, Gollandiyaliklar,Iraktin ve Libanliqlarmu Brusselgha kelip bu namayishqa qatnashti.Yene bir qisim Belgiyelikler,

namayishqa ishtirak qildi, jemi bolup tehminen 100 ge yeqin adem qatnashti.
Namayish jeryanida, BUJning rehberliri etraptiki közetküchi ammigha 5-Iyul
qanliq qirghinchiliqigha ait melumatlarni Fransuzche tilda yetküzüp, Belgiye
jamaitining diqqiti we hésdashliqini qozghidi. Belgiye Uyghur Jemiyiti
teripidin teyarlanghan teshwiqat waraqchillarmu (Fransuzche ve Angliysche
2tilda 500 din oshuq teshwiqat waraqchiliri tarqitildi) kishilerge tarqitip
bérilgen.2009-Yili 5-Iyul weqesige munasiwetlik süretler boldi.BUJning Reisi
Imerov Abdumutelip bir neche muhbirlargha interviu berdi.

Namayishtin korunushlerni evettim.

http://zhimin.org/%e4%b8%83%e4%ba%94%e4%b8%a4%e5%91%a8%e5%b9%b4-%e6%af%94%e5%88%a9%e6%97%b6%e7%bb%b4%e6%b1%89%e8%9 7%8f%e8%92%99%e5%85%b1%e5%90%8c%e6%8a%97%e8%ae%ae. html

Hormet bilen
BUJ ning Reisi
Imerov Abdumutelip
www.uyghurbel.be

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PEACEFUL UYGHUR DEMONSTRATION IN BRUSSELS: TIBETANS AND OTHERS SHOW THEIR SOLIDARITY



Belgium, 6th July 2011.



The World Uyghur Congress (WUC) and worldwide Uyghur associations have organized peaceful demonstrations all over the globe on 5th July 2011, to commemorate what happened in Umrumqi, the capital of East Turkistan that is now a part of China, exactly two years ago.



75 people participated in a peaceful demonstration in front of the Chinese embassy in Brussels, Belgium. Most of them were Uyghur, but about 10 Tibetans, some Chinese dissidents and a Mongolian joined the protest to show their solidarity and support for the Uyghur people. Moreover, a few Belgians participated as well, and people from Lebanon, Iran, Albania and Iraq. Of course the situation in East Turkistan is similar to Tibet, as all minorities suffer from the oppression by the Chinese government. It was heartwarming to see more Tibetans showing their solidarity to the Uyghur, and even people from other nationalities. The colorful Tibetan flags (that are forbidden in Tibet) were hanging next to the blue flags of East Turkistan. Two different ethnic groups with other religions together, demonstrating peacefully.



The demonstration that lasted two hours was organised by the Uyghur Association Belgium. Slogans as "Free Uyghur", "We want freedom", "China terrorist" and "Shame on China" were shouted, but also "Freedom for Tibet", "Freedom for Mongolia", "We want justice" and "Stop genocide". Some of the messages on the banners and pacards were "Save our nation", "Save the Uyghur", "China go out from East Turkistan", "Uyghur need human rights". On one banner we read "Chinese hostage the minority in Xin Jiang with guns and tanks... but they can't change history!", on others "Les Uighurs ne sont pas des terroristes" ("the Uyghurs are not terrorists") and "Stop au genocide" ("Stop the genocide").



There were also protests in France, The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Finland, Norway, Sweden, India, Japan, Turkey and Kazakhstan.



On 5th July 2009, Uyghurs gathered in Urumqi, to protest peacefully on the occasion of the killings of migrant Uyghur factory workers in Shaoguan, in the Chinese Guangdong Province on 26th June. The demonstration started peacefully, but after a time riots broke out followed by a very violent reaction of the Chinese Police. According to official figures, almost 200 people died, the vast majority of them were Han Chinese. The Chinese authorities immediately blamed overseas agitators for planning, directing and instigating the unrest, without presenting evidence.



After the protests on 5th July 2009, thousands of extra police and soldiers were brought into the city. Two days later the authorities reported that almost 1500 people had been arrested for taking part in the demonstration, which they described as “a pre-empted, organised violent crime.”



Eyewitness accounts gathered by Amnesty International cast doubt on the official version of the events and pointed to unnecessary and excessive use of force by the Chinese Police against Uyghur prostestors, including beatings, use of tear gas and shooting directly into crowds. Mass arrests followed the unrest with numerous reports of enforced disappearances and torture and ill-treatment in detention. Until now Chinese authorities have refused to allow any independent investigation into the unrest.



Hundreds of individuals were detained and prosecuted in connection with the July 2009 protests. At least 9 people were sentenced to death after summary trials. Others were prosecuted and sentenced to long prison terms for nothing more than exercising their freedom of expression and for seeking to communicate information to the outside world regarding the treatment of the Uyghur people in China. The Chinese authorities still continue to pursue and prosecute individuals who divulge sensitive information about the treatment of Uyghurs during the 5 July unrest of the ensuing crackdown.



By treating individuals who peacefully express their opinions or divulge information sensitive to the authorities as “terrorists”, the Chinese government perpetuates a climate of fear which helps to ensure a near-total black-out of information regarding the human rights violations suffered by Uyghurs in China.



Amnesty International calls on the Chinese authorities to immediately release all individuals detained solely for exercising their right of freedom of speech or assembly, and to respect the rights of Uyghurs to exercise their freedoms.



Very recently, in June, a video appeared on YouTube that shows police and soldiers making arrests in Urumqi. The footage shows a succession of Uyghur men being dragged into the street, handcuffed and made to lie face down. Their shirts are then pulled over their heads. The film also shows bystanders hitting the arrested men with sticks or bats, and the police and soldiers doing little to stop them. The clip appears to have been shot for state TV, since the reporter has permission to film. The video’s appearance just before the second anniversary of the riots, may be a part of an attempt to mobilise dissent, perhaps inspired by protests in other parts of China (not to mention the Middle East).



Videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyopjgzgcNA and http://www.tempi.it/cina-ecco-il-video-inedito-del-regime-che-reprime-i-musulmani-uiguri.



The Chinese government is wary of such anniversaries. In the days preceding the 2nd anniversary of the events of 5th July 2009, the WUC has faced severe cyber attacks, electronic spamming and telephone blockades originating in China.



WUC´s website www.uyghurcongress.org has been inaccessible since 28th June 2011 through massive “Distributed Denial-of-Service” (DDoS) attacks originating in China. This is a type of cyber attack aimed at putting a site out-of-service, by submerging it with unnecessary and extremely increased traffic, leading to the collapse of the site. In order to be able to distribute information on the 5th July protest actions and commemoration events, on 1st July 2011 the WUC created a temporary webpage/blog at Wordpress https://uyghurcongress.wordpress.com/. However, only two days later, the WUC received a message from the Wordpress team, saying that since its creation the page has been under a constant DDoS and other types of hacker attacks, aiming to making the site unavailable to visitors. In addition, other Uyghur website is currently off-line due to DDoS attacks. Hackers are also spamming WUC´s e-mail account with thousands of e-mails in less than two days.



Based on new important evidences (videos and unpublished pictures leaked to the WUC), the WUC calls on the international community, especially on the EU and the UN, to urge the Chinese government to:
•Conduct an meaningful independent investigation into the events of July 2009 to clarify the the real circumstances of these events.
•Immediately and unconditionally release all those who protested peacefully on July 5th or who have been held without evidence and to ensure that those accused of cognizable crimes under international and domestic law are afforded due process, not subjected to torture or other forms of ill treatment, tried in an open and fair court, and given access to legal representation of their choice.
•Prove that trials in East Turkestan were conducted according to international standards, including allowing defendants to hire lawyers of their own choosing, allowing them access to their family and lawyers, and informing family members in a timely fashion of detentions, charges and trials.
•To address the root causes of the July 5th protest and the ethnic unrest, including the severe political and religious repression and economic discrimination to which Uyghurs are subjected and the dilution of Uyghurs’ language and culture.

Dennis Barbion, 5th July 2011.



http://zhimin.org/%e4%b8%83%e4%ba%94%e4%b8%a4%e5%91%a8%e5%b9%b4-%e6%af%94%e5%88%a9%e6%97%b6%e7%bb%b4%e6%b1%89%e8%9 7%8f%e8%92%99%e5%85%b1%e5%90%8c%e6%8a%97%e8%ae%ae. html


七五两周年 比利时维汉藏蒙共同抗议 希望之聲/自由亞洲報導

Jul 7, 2011 by Mona ZhiMin Tan2011年7月6日 星期三 节目长度:3分21秒 下载mp3(16k) | (128k)

2011年7月5号是乌鲁木齐七五流血事件两周年。在比利时首都布鲁塞尔,流亡欧洲的部分维吾尔族人和蒙古 人、西藏人和汉族人,共同举行了一场抗议活动。活动组织者艾力江先生告诉本台记者,七五事件中死亡的维吾尔 人达3000左右,大陆当局多年来通过汉族移民企图消灭维吾尔民族。
艾力江说,【录音】在比利时,在布鲁塞尔,就是在欧洲联盟的总部,还有在中共大使馆门口,我们搞了一个抗议 游行。现在主要是给欧洲的西方社会努力的把这些问题就给他们提出来。通过不同的角度,也不是光是政治手段, 还有文化、文艺、艺术各种层次的活动。
七五事件后,大陆官方公布至少197人死亡。艾力江介绍了“世界维吾尔代表大会”通过民间渠道得出的数据远 超过官方。【录音】2000多,3000左右。因为官方他们说的是200人左右。我也看到在伦敦的一个维吾 尔人,他也公布了一些数字。他说,3000左右。死亡的是3000。那么大的一个城市,(2009年7月5 号)整个一个晚上都没有电。然后共产党想掩盖什么呢?它第二天很多消防队的车,街上都是水,它都是把那么血 全部都洗掉了,知道吧?
2009年7月5日,大陆当局在乌鲁木齐镇压抗议的维吾尔人时,发生了流血事件。事件的起因是,在广东韶关 打工的维吾尔族人被打死后,当局没有妥善处理。
【录音】这个本身就是中共在背后操纵。在1949年中共成立、所谓的建国,中共大批量的移民,当时的我们的 维吾尔地区就是2%的移民,现在已经达到60%。把我们的维吾尔人发配到内地的一些工厂。这就是一种消灭一 个民族的手段,以前就是纳粹希特勒发配犹太人,还有苏联的斯大林,他把巴尔干地区的很多民族都发配到西伯利 亚。这个和独裁的中共的行事都是一样的。
蒙维藏汉协谈会汉族成员汤志敏女士也参加了抗议游行活动。她表示,【录音】要揭穿中共向全世界灌输的这种谎 言,说维吾尔人和汉人之间如何的仇恨。我去了,我要让世界人知道,你看,维吾尔人和汉人之间没有什么仇恨, 他们完全可以走到一起,共同来揭露中共那种不人道的做法。如果没有民族问题,它就挑起地方之间的问题、城市 和农村之间的问题、法轮功学员和非法轮功学员的问题、民运人士和非民运人士之间的矛盾,它处处都在挑起矛盾 。
7月5号前后,乌鲁木齐全城的警力大增,特警持枪检查,日夜不断。7月5号当天,全世界多个城市里,维吾尔 人举行了抗议活动。世界维吾尔代表大会呼吁欧盟和联合国敦促大陆当局准许对七五事件进行独立调查,并要求北 京公布事件真相。
希望之声国际广播电台记者唐音采访报道
Radio Free Asia:
流亡欧洲的维吾尔族民众在欧洲各大城市同时举办纪念七五事件两周年,抗议中共暴政,要求国际社会关注中国各 民族和民众的人权问题,各民族文化环境问题。以下是特约记者天溢对欧盟首都布鲁塞尔抗议活动的 采访报道。

七月五号是中国共产党政府继八九年天安门大屠杀后,二零零九年再次采取血腥镇压手段镇压乌鲁木齐的维吾尔族 民众两周年纪念。为此,流亡到欧洲各地的维吾尔族民众同时在欧洲各大城市的中国使馆等机构前举行了不同形式 的抗议活动。记者到欧盟首都布鲁塞尔采访了在布鲁塞尔中国大使馆前的抗议活动。

活动在下午三点钟开始。在活动中,记者采访了组织这次活动的阿博蒂穆塔利普先生(Imerov Abdymutalip),荷兰支援维吾尔同盟负责人艾江先生为记者做了翻译。
阿博蒂穆塔利普先生首先说,“我叫阿博蒂穆塔利普,是比利时维吾尔协会的负责人。今天是维吾尔人在七五事件 被中共血腥镇压两周年纪念日,所以我们维吾尔人协会在中共驻比利时大使馆前举行这个抗议活动。我很感谢有蒙 古族人、藏人,还有汉族的民主派人士跟我们一起参加这个两周年的抗议中共压迫的纪念活动。”

七月五号宣布成立的蒙维藏汉协谈会的蒙古族、藏族和汉族的代表也从德国、荷兰等国赶来布鲁塞尔参加活动,对 此阿博蒂穆塔利普先生说,“我们维吾尔人,我们一点都没有反对汉族民众的意思。我们反对的是共产党。我们希 望,中国的汉人也不要受到中国共产党政府的打压迫害。我相信,我们维吾尔人受到的迫害,中国的汉人也受到同 样的迫害。中国的人权问题不能够解决,我们民族之间的一些冲突问题也不能够解决,这都是共产党造成的。所以 我希望汉人理解我们所进行的这些合法的争取自己权利的活动。”

来自德国的蒙维藏汉协谈会主席席海明先生在抗议活动中重申,各族民众支持维吾尔族民众维护自己人权自由的基 本要求,谴责中共一而再、再而三在中国各地区的不择手段的残暴行为,席海明先生对中国使馆喊话说,“你们是 用国家恐怖主义镇压维吾尔族人民,反而给维吾尔民众扣上恐怖主义的帽子,你们是地地道道的恐怖主义,是国家 恐怖主义。你们这样下去是没有出路的,你们必须尽快回到人性的道路上来,停止对维吾尔民众的镇 压。”

以上是特约记者天溢由德国发来的报道。報導鏈接:http://www.rfa.org/mandarin/yataibaodao/gr-07062011093318.html報導音頻:自由亞洲報導音頻

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10-07-11, 07:05
yaxshi boptu. yaraysile.

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11-07-11, 12:51
Gollandiye paliyetchiliri Europagha yuzliniptu dimek yo digen mushundaq oz ara hemkarlik bilen echilidu, bir yoldila cheklinip qalmasliq kerek , DUQ ning kengeytilgen yighinidimu mushularni tekitligenler bolghan birak hemme nuhti nezer bir merkezgila beqinip alghachqa ziyalilirimiz oz pikrilirini ipade qilidighan sehnilerning yenila kemchillikini hish qilishqan , tirishinglar kop yollarni echinglar kopligen hemkarliq ornutunglar mana bu heqiqi Demcuratiye.....

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11-07-11, 13:03
Towendiki raporlar intayin yahshi yeziliptu kespi siyasi tetqiqqat orunlardek qilidu , ish qilish tes uni yahshi yusunda anglitish hewer berish tehimu tes, mu raportlarni hazirlighan kishilerge Alla razi bolsun! europada yuzligen Tibet , mongul we hitay demcuratchiliri 5- iyul wekesini teng otkuzgen bolsa bu bizning utuqimiz keler yeli yenemu kengiyish kereklini chiqip turuptu, ishning yoli mushundaq bolushi kerek , bezide Uyghur ichide sel qaralghan yahshi sih bolsimu emelge ashmighan ,ahmighan ish paliyet mushuninggha ohshash renggareng siyasi meydanlarda eqip qalidu, bizde bir yaman adet bar ozimiz ish qilmaymiz bashqilargha bek addi qaraymiz emiliyette heqiqi ish qiliwatqanlar sanaqliq bolidu.

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PEACEFUL UYGHUR DEMONSTRATION IN BRUSSELS: TIBETANS AND OTHERS SHOW THEIR SOLIDARITY



Belgium, 6th July 2011.



The World Uyghur Congress (WUC) and worldwide Uyghur associations have organized peaceful demonstrations all over the globe on 5th July 2011, to commemorate what happened in Umrumqi, the capital of East Turkistan that is now a part of China, exactly two years ago.



75 people participated in a peaceful demonstration in front of the Chinese embassy in Brussels, Belgium. Most of them were Uyghur, but about 10 Tibetans, some Chinese dissidents and a Mongolian joined the protest to show their solidarity and support for the Uyghur people. Moreover, a few Belgians participated as well, and people from Lebanon, Iran, Albania and Iraq. Of course the situation in East Turkistan is similar to Tibet, as all minorities suffer from the oppression by the Chinese government. It was heartwarming to see more Tibetans showing their solidarity to the Uyghur, and even people from other nationalities. The colorful Tibetan flags (that are forbidden in Tibet) were hanging next to the blue flags of East Turkistan. Two different ethnic groups with other religions together, demonstrating peacefully.



The demonstration that lasted two hours was organised by the Uyghur Association Belgium. Slogans as "Free Uyghur", "We want freedom", "China terrorist" and "Shame on China" were shouted, but also "Freedom for Tibet", "Freedom for Mongolia", "We want justice" and "Stop genocide". Some of the messages on the banners and pacards were "Save our nation", "Save the Uyghur", "China go out from East Turkistan", "Uyghur need human rights". On one banner we read "Chinese hostage the minority in Xin Jiang with guns and tanks... but they can't change history!", on others "Les Uighurs ne sont pas des terroristes" ("the Uyghurs are not terrorists") and "Stop au genocide" ("Stop the genocide").



There were also protests in France, The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Finland, Norway, Sweden, India, Japan, Turkey and Kazakhstan.



On 5th July 2009, Uyghurs gathered in Urumqi, to protest peacefully on the occasion of the killings of migrant Uyghur factory workers in Shaoguan, in the Chinese Guangdong Province on 26th June. The demonstration started peacefully, but after a time riots broke out followed by a very violent reaction of the Chinese Police. According to official figures, almost 200 people died, the vast majority of them were Han Chinese. The Chinese authorities immediately blamed overseas agitators for planning, directing and instigating the unrest, without presenting evidence.



After the protests on 5th July 2009, thousands of extra police and soldiers were brought into the city. Two days later the authorities reported that almost 1500 people had been arrested for taking part in the demonstration, which they described as “a pre-empted, organised violent crime.”



Eyewitness accounts gathered by Amnesty International cast doubt on the official version of the events and pointed to unnecessary and excessive use of force by the Chinese Police against Uyghur prostestors, including beatings, use of tear gas and shooting directly into crowds. Mass arrests followed the unrest with numerous reports of enforced disappearances and torture and ill-treatment in detention. Until now Chinese authorities have refused to allow any independent investigation into the unrest.



Hundreds of individuals were detained and prosecuted in connection with the July 2009 protests. At least 9 people were sentenced to death after summary trials. Others were prosecuted and sentenced to long prison terms for nothing more than exercising their freedom of expression and for seeking to communicate information to the outside world regarding the treatment of the Uyghur people in China. The Chinese authorities still continue to pursue and prosecute individuals who divulge sensitive information about the treatment of Uyghurs during the 5 July unrest of the ensuing crackdown.



By treating individuals who peacefully express their opinions or divulge information sensitive to the authorities as “terrorists”, the Chinese government perpetuates a climate of fear which helps to ensure a near-total black-out of information regarding the human rights violations suffered by Uyghurs in China.



Amnesty International calls on the Chinese authorities to immediately release all individuals detained solely for exercising their right of freedom of speech or assembly, and to respect the rights of Uyghurs to exercise their freedoms.



Very recently, in June, a video appeared on YouTube that shows police and soldiers making arrests in Urumqi. The footage shows a succession of Uyghur men being dragged into the street, handcuffed and made to lie face down. Their shirts are then pulled over their heads. The film also shows bystanders hitting the arrested men with sticks or bats, and the police and soldiers doing little to stop them. The clip appears to have been shot for state TV, since the reporter has permission to film. The video’s appearance just before the second anniversary of the riots, may be a part of an attempt to mobilise dissent, perhaps inspired by protests in other parts of China (not to mention the Middle East).



Videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyopjgzgcNA and http://www.tempi.it/cina-ecco-il-vid...sulmani-uiguri.



The Chinese government is wary of such anniversaries. In the days preceding the 2nd anniversary of the events of 5th July 2009, the WUC has faced severe cyber attacks, electronic spamming and telephone blockades originating in China.



WUC´s website www.uyghurcongress.org has been inaccessible since 28th June 2011 through massive “Distributed Denial-of-Service” (DDoS) attacks originating in China. This is a type of cyber attack aimed at putting a site out-of-service, by submerging it with unnecessary and extremely increased traffic, leading to the collapse of the site. In order to be able to distribute information on the 5th July protest actions and commemoration events, on 1st July 2011 the WUC created a temporary webpage/blog at Wordpress https://uyghurcongress.wordpress.com/. However, only two days later, the WUC received a message from the Wordpress team, saying that since its creation the page has been under a constant DDoS and other types of hacker attacks, aiming to making the site unavailable to visitors. In addition, other Uyghur website is currently off-line due to DDoS attacks. Hackers are also spamming WUC´s e-mail account with thousands of e-mails in less than two days.



Based on new important evidences (videos and unpublished pictures leaked to the WUC), the WUC calls on the international community, especially on the EU and the UN, to urge the Chinese government to:
•Conduct an meaningful independent investigation into the events of July 2009 to clarify the the real circumstances of these events.
•Immediately and unconditionally release all those who protested peacefully on July 5th or who have been held without evidence and to ensure that those accused of cognizable crimes under international and domestic law are afforded due process, not subjected to torture or other forms of ill treatment, tried in an open and fair court, and given access to legal representation of their choice.
•Prove that trials in East Turkestan were conducted according to international standards, including allowing defendants to hire lawyers of their own choosing, allowing them access to their family and lawyers, and informing family members in a timely fashion of detentions, charges and trials.
•To address the root causes of the July 5th protest and the ethnic unrest, including the severe political and religious repression and economic discrimination to which Uyghurs are subjected and the dilution of Uyghurs’ language and culture.

Dennis Barbion, 5th July 2011.



http://zhimin.org/%e4%b8%83%e4%ba%94...%e8%ae%ae.html


七五两周年 比利时维汉藏蒙共同抗议 希望之聲/自由亞洲報導

Jul 7, 2011 by Mona ZhiMin Tan2011年7月6日 星期三 节目长度:3分21秒 下载mp3(16k) | (128k)

2011年7月5号是乌鲁木齐七五流血事件两周年。在比利时首都布鲁塞尔,流亡欧洲的部分维吾尔族人和 蒙古 人、西藏人和汉族人,共同举行了一场抗议活动。活动组织者艾力江先生告诉本台记者,七五事件中 死亡的维吾尔 人达3000左右,大陆当局多年来通过汉族移民企图消灭维吾尔民族。
艾力江说,【录音】在比利时,在布鲁塞尔,就是在欧洲联盟的总部,还有在中共大使馆门口,我们 搞了一个抗议 游行。现在主要是给欧洲的西方社会努力的把这些问题就给他们提出来。通过不同的角度,也不是光 是政治手段, 还有文化、文艺、艺术各种层次的活动。
七五事件后,大陆官方公布至少197人死亡。艾力江介绍了“世界维吾尔代表大会”通过民间渠道 得出的数据远 超过官方。【录音】2000多,3000左右。因为官方他们说的是200人左右。我也看到在伦 敦的一个维吾 尔人,他也公布了一些数字。他说,3000左右。死亡的是3000。那么大的一个城市,(20 09年7月5 号)整个一个晚上都没有电。然后共产党想掩盖什么呢?它第二天很多消防队的车,街上都是水,它 都是把那么血 全部都洗掉了,知道吧?
2009年7月5日,大陆当局在乌鲁木齐镇压抗议的维吾尔人时,发生了流血事件。事件的起因是,在广东 韶关 打工的维吾尔族人被打死后,当局没有妥善处理。
【录音】这个本身就是中共在背后操纵。在1949年中共成立、所谓的建国,中共大批量的移民, 当时的我们的 维吾尔地区就是2%的移民,现在已经达到60%。把我们的维吾尔人发配到内地的一些工厂。这就 是一种消灭一 个民族的手段,以前就是纳粹希特勒发配犹太人,还有苏联的斯大林,他把巴尔干地区的很多民族都 发配到西伯利 亚。这个和独裁的中共的行事都是一样的。
蒙维藏汉协谈会汉族成员汤志敏女士也参加了抗议游行活动。她表示,【录音】要揭穿中共向全世界 灌输的这种谎 言,说维吾尔人和汉人之间如何的仇恨。我去了,我要让世界人知道,你看,维吾尔人和汉人之间没 有什么仇恨, 他们完全可以走到一起,共同来揭露中共那种不人道的做法。如果没有民族问题,它就挑起地方之间 的问题、城市 和农村之间的问题、法轮功学员和非法轮功学员的问题、民运人士和非民运人士之间的矛盾,它处处 都在挑起矛盾 。
7月5号前后,乌鲁木齐全城的警力大增,特警持枪检查,日夜不断。7月5号当天,全世界多个城市 里,维吾尔 人举行了抗议活动。世界维吾尔代表大会呼吁欧盟和联合国敦促大陆当局准许对七五事件进行独立调 查,并要求北 京公布事件真相。
希望之声国际广播电台记者唐音采访报道
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流亡欧洲的维吾尔族民众在欧洲各大城市同时举办纪念七五事件两周年,抗议中共暴政,要求国际社 会关注中国各 民族和民众的人权问题,各民族文化环境问题。以下是特约记者天溢对欧盟首都布鲁塞尔抗议活动的 采访报道。

七月五号是中国共产党政府继八九年天安门大屠杀后,二零零九年再次采取血腥镇压手段镇压乌鲁木 齐的维吾尔族 民众两周年纪念。为此,流亡到欧洲各地的维吾尔族民众同时在欧洲各大城市的中国使馆等机构前举 行了不同形式 的抗议活动。记者到欧盟首都布鲁塞尔采访了在布鲁塞尔中国大使馆前的抗议活动。

活动在下午三点钟开始。在活动中,记者采访了组织这次活动的阿博蒂穆塔利普先生(Imerov Abdymutalip),荷兰支援维吾尔同盟负责人艾江先生为记者做了翻译。
阿博蒂穆塔利普先生首先说,“我叫阿博蒂穆塔利普,是比利时维吾尔协会的负责人。今天是维吾尔 人在七五事件 被中共血腥镇压两周年纪念日,所以我们维吾尔人协会在中共驻比利时大使馆前举行这个抗议活动。 我很感谢有蒙 古族人、藏人,还有汉族的民主派人士跟我们一起参加这个两周年的抗议中共压迫的纪念活动。”

七月五号宣布成立的蒙维藏汉协谈会的蒙古族、藏族和汉族的代表也从德国、荷兰等国赶来布鲁塞尔 参加活动,对 此阿博蒂穆塔利普先生说,“我们维吾尔人,我们一点都没有反对汉族民众的意思。我们反对的是共 产党。我们希 望,中国的汉人也不要受到中国共产党政府的打压迫害。我相信,我们维吾尔人受到的迫害,中国的 汉人也受到同 样的迫害。中国的人权问题不能够解决,我们民族之间的一些冲突问题也不能够解决,这都是共产党 造成的。所以 我希望汉人理解我们所进行的这些合法的争取自己权利的活动。”

来自德国的蒙维藏汉协谈会主席席海明先生在抗议活动中重申,各族民众支持维吾尔族民众维护自己 人权自由的基 本要求,谴责中共一而再、再而三在中国各地区的不择手段的残暴行为,席海明先生对中国使馆喊话 说,“你们是 用国家恐怖主义镇压维吾尔族人民,反而给维吾尔民众扣上恐怖主义的帽子,你们是地地道道的恐怖 主义,是国家 恐怖主义。你们这样下去是没有出路的,你们必须尽快回到人性的道路上来,停止对维吾尔民众的镇 压。”

以上是特约记者天溢由德国发来的报道。報導鏈接:http://www.rfa.org/mandarin/yataibao...38899;頻