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14-04-06, 09:52
Amerika Germaniyeni Guantanomodiki Uyghurlarni qobul qilishqa qistighan. Tepsilatini oqung.


U.S. pressures Germany to accept group from Guantanamo

14 Apr 2006 12:49:01 GMT
Source: Reuters

BERLIN, April 14 (Reuters) - The U.S. government wants to deport a group of Chinese Muslims held at the Guantanamo prison camp to Germany and is pressuring Chancellor Angela Merkel to take in the ethnic Uighurs, a newspaper reported on Friday.

The German daily Die Welt quoted diplomatic sources saying Merkel's government has resisted the U.S. pressure to accept the 15 Uighurs from the restive, predominantly Muslim region of Xinjiang in China's northwest.

"We have no comment on the report," a government spokesman in Berlin said on Friday. Merkel is the only European leader to have publicly called on the United States to close the camp.

The men, who oppose China's Communist rule, are from the region that was known as East Turkestan until it was annexed by the Manchu Empire in 1884. Its Uighur inhabitants, a Muslim Turkic people, want more autonomy; some want independence.

The newspaper report, to appear in the daily's Saturday edition, said Germany was identified as a suitable location for the Uighurs, held since 2002, because another group of Uighurs already live in exile in Bavaria.

The German government has resisted the U.S. pressure so far, the daily said, because it does not want to put strains on its relations with China and fears accepting the Uighurs would be seen in Beijing as a hostile act.

The diplomatic sources told the newspaper the issue was expected to be discussed between U.S. President George W. Bush and Merkel when she visits Washington in May.

Just days before her first trip as chancellor to meet Bush in January, Merkel said in a magazine interview that the United States should close the Guantanamo Bay camp and find other ways to deal with terrorism suspects.

Court documents in the United States said the men got military training in Afghanstan under the Taliban. Military officials said they were learning to fight. The U.S. State Department has tried for months to find someone to take them.

In December, U.S. District Judge James Robertson ruled that the men's continued detention was illegal since they were no longer considered enemy combatants.

Unregistered
14-04-06, 12:26
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Unregistered
14-04-06, 13:32
Bu xewerning qisqiche mezmunini Uyghurchigha terjime qilip qoydum:

Amerika Germaniyedin GITMO da tutup turuliwatqan 15 Uyghur mehbusni qobul qilishni telep qilghan. Amerika bu telepni otturgha qoyushta, Germaniyening Bawariye olkiside yashawatqan bir qisim sergerdan Uyghurlarning barliqini oylashqan. Germaniye bash ministiri Yawropa doletliri ichide birdin-bir Amerikini tenqit qilip, GITMO diki turmeni taqashni ochuq otturigha qoyghan idi. Lekin Germaniye terep Xitay bilen munasiwitining yirikliship qelishidin endishe qilip, bu tutqunlarni qobul qilishni ret qilghan.

Bu Uyghurlar Xitayning Sherqiy Turkistan dep atilidighan yeridin Afghanistan'gha berip, Talibandin herbi telim elish jeryanida tutulghan. Bu zimin 1884-yili Xitayning Manju xandanliqi dewride besiwelin'ghan bolup, bu zimindiki Uyghurlarning beziliri koprek aptonomiye, beziliri musteqilliq dawasi qilip kelgen.

(Asasi mezmuni mushunchilik, xataliq bolsa kechurum soraymen.)


Amerika Germaniyeni Guantanomodiki Uyghurlarni qobul qilishqa qistighan. Tepsilatini oqung.


U.S. pressures Germany to accept group from Guantanamo

14 Apr 2006 12:49:01 GMT
Source: Reuters

BERLIN, April 14 (Reuters) - The U.S. government wants to deport a group of Chinese Muslims held at the Guantanamo prison camp to Germany and is pressuring Chancellor Angela Merkel to take in the ethnic Uighurs, a newspaper reported on Friday.

The German daily Die Welt quoted diplomatic sources saying Merkel's government has resisted the U.S. pressure to accept the 15 Uighurs from the restive, predominantly Muslim region of Xinjiang in China's northwest.

"We have no comment on the report," a government spokesman in Berlin said on Friday. Merkel is the only European leader to have publicly called on the United States to close the camp.

The men, who oppose China's Communist rule, are from the region that was known as East Turkestan until it was annexed by the Manchu Empire in 1884. Its Uighur inhabitants, a Muslim Turkic people, want more autonomy; some want independence.

The newspaper report, to appear in the daily's Saturday edition, said Germany was identified as a suitable location for the Uighurs, held since 2002, because another group of Uighurs already live in exile in Bavaria.

The German government has resisted the U.S. pressure so far, the daily said, because it does not want to put strains on its relations with China and fears accepting the Uighurs would be seen in Beijing as a hostile act.

The diplomatic sources told the newspaper the issue was expected to be discussed between U.S. President George W. Bush and Merkel when she visits Washington in May.

Just days before her first trip as chancellor to meet Bush in January, Merkel said in a magazine interview that the United States should close the Guantanamo Bay camp and find other ways to deal with terrorism suspects.

Court documents in the United States said the men got military training in Afghanstan under the Taliban. Military officials said they were learning to fight. The U.S. State Department has tried for months to find someone to take them.

In December, U.S. District Judge James Robertson ruled that the men's continued detention was illegal since they were no longer considered enemy combatants.