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Turkish Campaign to save Uygur Muslims
The Turkish Organization Mazlumder warned of the continued injustices against Chinese Muslims in East Turkestan .
Sunday, July 18,2010 07:46
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The Turkish Organization Mazlumder warned of the continued injustices against Chinese Muslims in East Turkestan . The organization's chairman Mr. Ahmed Tas stressed that the genocides committed by China against Muslims of East Turkestan are war crimes which have been persistent for over 100 years, amid deliberate international silence.

 

He continued during the press conference for Mazlumder held in Qaisari city that the organization will continue working on the case to expose to the entire world the arrogant aggressions against Uyugur Muslims. The first of these events will include a week long photo gallery in Qaysari which will be touring other cities.

 

On July 5, 2009, the world silently witnessed China commit genocide against Uyugur Muslims in occupied Eastern Turkistan , where over 1500 innocent people were killed and more than 5000 injured.

 

tags: Muslims / China / Engaging / Engage / Uygur / Turky / War Crimes / Turkistan
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