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Survivors of Uyghur Concentration camps P. 2

Zumrat Dawut gives testimony about the injustices put on mothers and the oppressions she and her family faced even before govenrment crackdowns

Starting Soon: Speaking with Zumrat Dawut on her experiences within the concentration camps. Click To Tweet


Zumrat Dawut, an ethnic Uyghur from Urumqi, who fled China in 2019 to escape the alleged repression of Muslim minorities in Xinjiang. Her four “guests” are Chinese government cadres who lived in her home for 10 days every month for two years before her family fled.

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