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May 25 - China's brutal 're-education' camps exposed: Hoods, sadistic guards with bats



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May 25 - China's brutal 're-education' camps exposed: Hoods, sadistic guards with bats
 

 
China's brutal 're-education' camps exposed: Manacles, hoods, sadistic guards wielding baseball bats... will these leaked pictures revealing barbaric treatment of Uighur Muslims finally hold Beijing to account?

Images show brutal treatment of Uighur Muslims in China’s ‘re-education camps’
Leaked data reveals a sickening shoot-to-kill policy for those trying to escape
Elsewhere, horrific pictures appear to show shackled prisoners being tortured
Thousands of Uighurs have been detained on trumped-up ‘terrorism’ charges

China's brutal 're-education' camps exposed: Manacles, hoods, sadistic guards wielding baseball bats... will these leaked pictures revealing barbaric treatment of Uighur Muslims finally hold Beijing to account?
Images show brutal treatment of Uighur Muslims in China’s ‘re-education camps’
Leaked data reveals a sickening shoot-to-kill policy for those trying to escape
Elsewhere, horrific pictures appear to show shackled prisoners being tortured
Thousands of Uighurs have been detained on trumped-up ‘terrorism’ charges

‘terrorism’ charges and given long sentences.

It provides an unprecedented insight into the camps built since 2017 across Xinjiang in northwest China. Critics say ‘the Chinese propaganda veneer’ has been blown apart.

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These images show internment camp police security drills from 2018, taken by the detention center photographer

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Repression: Police carry out an exercise at a Uighur detention centre in Xinjiang

In one particularly disturbing image, two young men are shackled and hooded as they are held in stress positions at gunpoint.

It is not clear whether the pictures are of actual detainees or a training exercise but is evidence of the brutality believed to be being meted out by guards.

The classified haul, dubbed the Xinjiang Police Files, lays bare how more than 20,000 Uighurs were held between 2017 and 2018.

The images show they are far from the willing ‘students’ China has long claimed.

The police protocols describe routine use of armed officers in all areas and the positioning of machine guns and sniper rifles in watchtowers. In many of the images the threat of physical force is visible, with guards brandishing rifles and batons.

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It is a*sumed that the photographs are organised drills and not actual escape attempts

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ThIS image of a drill was among the pictures smuggled from the detention centre

Blindfolds, handcuffs and shackles are mandatory when any ‘student’ is transferred between facilities. The files revealed the terrified faces of nearly 3,000 detainees.

Many have been jailed for ordinary signs of the Islamic faith including a man given ten years on terrorism charges for ‘not smoking or drinking’. His mother was targeted by the authorities for ‘guilt by a*sociation’.

A list of ‘relatives of the detained’ show that thousands were placed under suspicion by the authorities. Others were punished for visiting Muslim countries or, in the case of a man, jailed for nearly 17 years for growing a beard. He was said to be ‘under the influence of religious extremism’.

Many are punished retrospectively for supposed crimes carried out well before China launched its crackdown on the region in 2014 following two terror attacks blamed on Islamic extremists from Xinjiang.

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Hooded prisoners cower during a supposed drill at the camp

Examples include a man jailed for ten years for studying ‘Islamic scripture with his grandmother’ for a few days in 2010. Hundreds are targeted for using mobile phones to listen to ‘illegal lectures’.

Dr Adrian Zenz, a scholar at the US-based Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, received the cache from a source who claims to have decrypted them from police computer servers. He said: ‘We have everything – we have confidential documents. We have speech transcripts where leaders freely talk about that they really think.

‘It blows apart the Chinese propaganda veneer.’

Beijing officials including foreign minister Wang Yi have claimed the camps are ‘schools that help people free themselves from extremism’.

And in a written response to the leak, the Chinese embassy in Washington DC said: ‘Xinjiang-related issues are in essence about countering violent terrorism, radicalisation and separatism, not about human rights or religion.’

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The youngest detainee: Rahile Omer, 15

The youngest Uighur detainee was just 15 when she was held by the Chinese authorities over a family connection.

Rahile Omer was targeted because her Muslim mother was serving six years in prison for allegedly disturbing ‘the social order’ by following ‘extreme religious practices’.

Her father had already been sent to a ‘re-education camp’.

Rahile’s mugshot is in a data leak of thousands of Uighurs targeted on trumped-up terror charges. They include the oldest detainee, 73-year-old Anihan Hamit, who was held on unknown charges.

Tursun Kadir, 58, was charged with the crime of ‘growing a beard under the influence of religious extremism’.

Also accused of preaching and studying Islamic scripture dating back to the 1980s, he was sentenced to 16 years and 11 months in jail.

Photographs show him both before and after the Chinese determined his expression of Uighur identity as illegal and ordered him clean shaven.

He was locked up alongside Yusup Ismayil, 35, who was punished for travelling to a ‘sensitive country’ – believed to be any nation with a large Muslim population.

Tajigul Tahir, 60, was put under suspicion because her son was jailed for ten years for ‘strong religious leanings’ – the evidence being that he didn’t drink or smoke. She was also accused of illegal preaching

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16 years for beard: Tursun Kadir was made to shave

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Oldest detainee: Anihan Hamit, 73, was held on unknown charges

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 1 month ago '15        #2
Lockwind 
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Thanks Biden smfh
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 1 month ago '17        #3
Lazy  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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America, China, Israel, and Russia keeping Nazi traditions alive
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 1 month ago '11        #4
Sin  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x51
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looks like an American prison
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 1 month ago '05        #5
ice wolf  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x13 OP
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 Sin said
looks like an American prison
Aesthetically yes, but American prisons aren't filled with prisoners that are there because the State government wants them to change religions and their native spoken language. Nor are American prisons seeking one specific religious group, and then separating them from their immediate families for 're-education purposes'.
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 Lazy said
America, China, Israel, and Russia keeping Nazi traditions alive






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 1 month ago '11        #7
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 ice wolf said
Aesthetically yes, but American prisons aren't filled with prisoners that are there because the State government wants them to change religions and their native spoken language. Nor are American prisons seeking one specific religious group, and then separating them from their immediate families for 're-education purposes'.
china is too powerful for anyone to do anything
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ice wolf  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x13 OP
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 Sin said
china is too powerful for anyone to do anything
Factz, but some said the same about Russia, and now the west is actively f*ghting them in a proxy war. We may see similar proxy war efforts with Taiwan if the sh!t hits the fan and the CCP decides to invade.

Point taken though.
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 imthatinfamous said








Don't bother paying attention to @Intellectually Lazy. He follows a very generic libtard philosophy where Israel and America will always be the bad guys. Clearly, the worst prisons overall are actually all in 3rd and developing world countries.

The World's 10 Most Overcrowded Prison Systems

1 Haiti 454.4% (Capacity (Percentage)
2 Philippines 436.0 % (Capacity (Percentage)
3 El Salvador 348.2 % (Capacity (Percentage)
4 Zambia 303.0 % (Capacity (Percentage)
5 Guatemala 296.2 % (Capacity (Percentage)
6 Uganda 293.2 % (Capacity (Percentage)
7 Sudan 255.3 % (Capacity (Percentage)
8 Bolivia 253.9 % (Capacity (Percentage)
9 Comoros 246.7 % (Capacity (Percentage)
10 Benin 240.0 % (Capacity (Percentage)




Behind Bars: South Cotabato Jail, Philippines













At the end of the day this thread is about the CCP's crimes against humanity, pertaining to the imprisonment and religious prosecution of the Muslim Uyghurs, not about who has the worst prison systems. In China's defence, their actual prisons and prison system are far from the worst on a global scale.
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 1 month ago '11        #10
Sin  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x51
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 ice wolf said
Factz, but some said the same about Russia, and now the west is actively f*ghting them in a proxy war. We may see similar proxy war efforts with Taiwan if the sh!t hits the fan and the CCP decides to invade.

Point taken though.
Russia doesn't make most of the words consumer goods, Europe seems okay with the rising energy cost
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 Sin said
Russia doesn't make most of the words consumer goods, Europe seems okay with the rising energy cost
No question it'll be financially disastrous if the U.S/NATO go to war with China over Taiwan. The stock market and global economy would be in a state of gloom and doom for many years to come if a war were to transpire. The economy is already a dumpster fire. Let's hope diplomacy wins in the end.
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 ice wolf said
No question it'll be financially disastrous if the U.S/NATO go to war with China over Taiwan. The stock market and global economy would be in a state of gloom and doom for many years to come if a war were to transpire. The economy is already a dumpster fire. Let's hope diplomacy wins in the end.
I can see Putin dying and his replacement being more sensible
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 Sin said
I can see Putin dying and his replacement being more sensible
Likewise broski.

I don't see Putin lasting beyond 2022. He's already apparently survived a recent a*sassination attempt. I think the Oligarch's will be smart enough to murk Putin and replace him with someone more level headed that is focused on getting their economy back on track.

These Russian billionaire Oligarch's don't wanna lose more than what they've already lost. NATO and the EU would probably be quick to patch things up with Russia if they replaced Putin with someone less hawkish.
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 Sin said
looks like an American prison
Actually looks nicer
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 1 month ago '15        #18
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people really ignorant to what's going on in China? , mass sterilisation , genocide , mass imprisonment , chinese policemen being sent to live in uighurs family homes , whilst the men are in prison so they can "watch over" remaing family members , mass r*pe accusations , and all happening In 2022 , and more people know how many times rakim is masturbating then whats going in the world , SMH.





Several countries, including the US, UK, Canada and the Netherlands, have accused China of committing genocide - defined by*international convention*as the "intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group".

The declarations follow reports that, as well as interning Uyghurs in camps,*China has been forcibly mass sterilising Uyghur women*to suppress the population, separating children from their families, and attempting to break the cultural traditions of the group.

The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, has said*China is committing "genocide and crimes against humanity".

The UK parliament declared in April 2021 that China was committing a genocide in Xinjiang.

A UN human rights committee in 2018 said it had credible reports that China was holding up to a million people in "counter-extremism centres" in Xinjiang.

The*Australian Strategic Policy Institute*found evidence in 2020 of more than 380 of these "re-education camps" in Xinjiang, an increase of 40% on previous estimates.

Analysis of data contained in the latest police documents, called the*Xinjiang Police Files, showed that almost 23,000 residents - or more than 12% of the adult population of one county - were in a camp or prison in the years 2017 and 2018. If applied to Xinjiang as a whole, the figures would mean the detention of more than 1.2 million Uyghur and other Turkic minority adults.

The UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said the files contained "shocking details of China's human rights violations".
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 1 month ago '05        #19
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False equivalence.

The difference with Guantanamo Bay and with the Uyghur Xinjiang re-education camps is that Guantanamo Bay was a prison for actual terrorists. America wasn’t rounding up every Muslim in their country , separating them from from their families, forcing them to learn another language. Guantanamo Bay was a sick and twisted prison system for terrorists but they didn’t house millions of people like Xinjiang has.


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 1 month ago '10        #20
6.Yrs 
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 Sin said
china is too powerful for anyone to do anything
Yup. Well oiled machine now.

Every day technology advances giving the government a stronger grip on the people.

That sh*t is over forever.
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 1 month ago '20        #21
DrDisrespect 
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Facts

America has no right to talk about human rights when they are the biggest Violators of them.

They now want to act like they care about Muslims...
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 1 month ago '20        #22
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 ice wolf said
False equivalence.

The difference with Guantanamo Bay and with the Uyghur Xinjiang re-education camps is that Guantanamo Bay was a prison for actual terrorists. America wasn’t rounding up every Muslim in their country , separating them from from their families, forcing them to learn another language. Guantanamo Bay was a sick and twisted prison system for terrorists but they didn’t house millions of people like Xinjiang has.
Guantanamo Bay = Uyghur Concentration Camps

No difference,

Is speaking Arabic Being a Terrorist? Who declares what is a Terrorist?

They was arresting anyone who was muslim,Stop trying to act like America was doing God's work.

They k*lled Millions of Iraqies and you saying it was God's Work.

I wish you can say all that sh*t in front of Muslim's, They would beat your stupid a*s.
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 ice wolf said
False equivalence.

The difference with Guantanamo Bay and with the Uyghur Xinjiang re-education camps is that Guantanamo Bay was a prison for actual terrorists. America wasn’t rounding up every Muslim in their country , separating them from from their families, forcing them to learn another language. Guantanamo Bay was a sick and twisted prison system for terrorists but they didn’t house millions of people like Xinjiang has.
Most of the prisoners were actually innocent. Many of the Muslims that the CIA rounded up were ordinary people who had distant connections to wanted terrorists (i.e.: like going to the same elementary school with a known terrorist, or being a neighbor with the uncle of a known terrorist, or being a caterer for a wedding that a known terrorist attended....20 years ago)

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 FluffyCorleone said
Most of the prisoners were actually innocent. Many of the Muslims that the CIA rounded up were ordinary people who had distant connections to wanted terrorists (i.e.: like going to the same elementary school with a known terrorist, or being a neighbor with the uncle of a known terrorist, or being a caterer for a wedding that a known terrorist attended....20 years ago)
Since 2002, 779 Muslim men and boys have been held at Guantánamo, nearly all of them without charge or trial. Today, 39 men remain indefinitely detained there, and 27 of them have never even been charged with any crime. Fourteen of those 27 have been cleared for transfer or release, some for years.Jan 11, 2022




Again…. False equivalence.

Less than 50 out of 779 prisoners were never charged with a crime or cleared. This is a classic whataboutism. Youre far off the mark of having an argument here. You’re comparing the struggle of less than 800 people, (most of which were hardened terrorists) to MILLIONS of totally innocent people who’s only crime is their religion and language.
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