Uyghur Times Bi-weekly Synopsis (Nov 1-15, 2022)

Uyghur Times Bi-weekly Synopsis (Nov 1-15, 2022)

China vows to continue its draconian zero-Covid policy

Nov 15, 2022


China’s state media, Xinhua News, reported last week that the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee held a meeting on November 10 to listen to the report on the prevention and control of Covid. The communist leadership wants to study and deploy twenty measures to optimize the prevention and control work. CPC Central Committee General Secretary Xi Jinping presided over the meeting and delivered an important speech, Xinhua News says.




Nonpartisan, student-founded Athenai Institute dedicated to removing CCP influence from US colleges

Nov 11, 2022


Across the United States, a student-founded Athenai Institute is taking its fight to the CCP – and winning: From conducting groundbreaking research on financial entanglements of American universities with the Chinese government to urging universities to divest from China, the Athinai Institute newsletter says.





Mysterious visit of top Chinese police to Turkiye sparks fears among Uyghurs in diaspora

Nov 09, 2022


By Uyghur Reporter


The Uyghur diaspora is still in shock and uncertainty after a delegation of high-level Chinese police and security officials visited their Turkish counterparts in a closed-door meeting in Turkiye.


The timing of the meeting was very sensitive, as it came right after the Canadian Parliament had discussed and passed a bill to accept 10,000 Uyghur refugees…





No mention of Uyghurs during China’s 20th National People’s Congress

Nov 03, 2022

By Yaruq

China’s 20th National People’s Congress took place in Beijing on October 16-22. Uyghurs in the diaspora and those interested in the Uyghur issue carefully followed whether the congress would mention the Uyghurs. During the entire period, no one uttered ‘Uyghur’ in any context. Even while Xi was giving his two-hour closing speech, there was no mention of Uyghurs.


Canadian government urged to grant asylum to 10,000 Uyghur refugees


Nov 02, 2022


Canadian MPs and advocates are calling on the federal government to resettle in Canada 10,000 Uyghurs and other Turkic refugees who have fled China, the Star reports. Experts, however, warn that it could create a diplomatic rift between Ottawa and Beijing…





Anne Kader

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China's novelle network of camps in Uyghur homeland to hold 'Covid captives'

Thu Nov 24 , 2022
A soon-to-be-completed COVID quarantine camp in the Uyghur homeland can detain up to 100,000 Uyghurs. According to the official CCP narrative, the quarantine camps serve the people with COVID symptoms.

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