Everybody Is Gone is an innovative live event that gives its audiences a unique perspective on the ongoing crisis in the Uyghur Homeland (East Turkistan) – without specifically mentioning China.
Ilham Tohti Initiative, a German non-profit, co-hosted a six-hour international conference in Berlin last week to inform the media and politicians about the Chinese genocidal policy against the Uyghurs and other Turkic people. The panel included Sayragul Sauytbay, a former camp detainee, and Dr. Adrian Zenz, a researcher from the Victims of Communism.
“What if it happened to you” is a campaign devoted to helping to end the Uyghur genocide happening under the Chinese communist regime. The organizers promote human rights, freedom, and justice for the Uyghur people. Their goal is to educate people about the oppression and genocide of the Uyghur people.
Uyghur Prisoners and Victims
‘Today, on April 15, 2022, I called my parents at 10:10 am, Kashgar time. We talked for 42 seconds. The call was abruptly cut off before my mother had the chance to speak. I had been worried about her health,’ Tahir Mutällip Qahiri tweets.