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Adel.Uyghur
18-01-12, 02:35
It is estimated that 20-30 thousand Uyghur children, who have been abducted or kidnapped by criminal gangs, live in Chinese cities as pickpockets. Those children have been living in great danger and suffering from mental and physical tortures by abductors and the Chinese mob.

According to Chinese news, 800 of those children have already been returned to Uyghur homeland – some of them joined their parents and others are being looked after by government rehab organisations as they were too young to recognise thier parents!. The government’s decision to return those children was made only after the July 2009 Urumqi uprising.

The abduction of Uyghur children started in 1990s and the government deliberately ignored those children and allowed criminal gangs to break the laws for so many years. Through this, the Chinese government might have aimed to achieve two things: causing hatred among dogmatic Han Chinese towards Uyghurs and destroying the lives of young Uyghur children.

Those evil hearted officials could have thought to achieve great “success” in both cases if Uyghurs had not protested in Urumqi in 2009 which caused great international attention and instability.

After death of so many people, we hope that the government’s rescue effort of those suffering children is genuine.

Unregistered
21-01-12, 22:17
The Chinese thought they were killing two birds with one stone: destroying the lives and futures many Uyghurs and portraying the Uyghur people as criminals and thiefs. Their "ethnic unity" slogans are just that, empty slogans. In reality they have been promoting ethnic divide. The Shaoguan incident clearly demonstrated the depth of the chinese hatred of Uyghurs. Any one with a brain can tell that the criminal acitivites of the Uyghur criminals were to blame. The July 5 Urumchi incident served as a wake-up call to the Chinese. It taught them they can not have both ways. Actions have consequences. That is the only reason they are trying to rein in the child-trafficing.


It is estimated that 20-30 thousand Uyghur children, who have been abducted or kidnapped by criminal gangs, live in Chinese cities as pickpockets. Those children have been living in great danger and suffering from mental and physical tortures by abductors and the Chinese mob.

According to Chinese news, 800 of those children have already been returned to Uyghur homeland – some of them joined their parents and others are being looked after by government rehab organisations as they were too young to recognise thier parents!. The government’s decision to return those children was made only after the July 2009 Urumqi uprising.

The abduction of Uyghur children started in 1990s and the government deliberately ignored those children and allowed criminal gangs to break the laws for so many years. Through this, the Chinese government might have aimed to achieve two things: causing hatred among dogmatic Han Chinese towards Uyghurs and destroying the lives of young Uyghur children.

Those evil hearted officials could have thought to achieve great “success” in both cases if Uyghurs had not protested in Urumqi in 2009 which caused great international attention and instability.

After death of so many people, we hope that the government’s rescue effort of those suffering children is genuine.

Unregistered
22-01-12, 01:35
1. Those Uyghur kids are the victims of Chinese government’s ethnic discrimination policy. Every Uyghur knows at least a story about the experience by a relative, a friend or a neighbour who has been deceived by Han Chinese. In most cases, the money is the lifetime saving earned through hard work. A Han Chinese plan a conspiracy for years then comes to Uyghur Homeland with false documents and identities as big bosses looking for partners or as builders and other businessmen. The government does nothing to find out those crooks.

2..Majority of high ranking officials are Chinese. Uyghurs have to give years of saving to those Chinese officials as bribes for government imposed endless stamps such as meeting a son detained for political reasons, opening a restaurant,...