All Comments for Nearly 20 Uyghur Students Unaccounted For Four Months After Egypt Raids

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Andy from Baltimore :

Uighur Ethnic Group in China is experiencing harsh treatments in these years. Uighurs in overseas can't even contact their relatives there in fear of putting their relatives in trouble. i.e., Whoever has a relative overseas seems to be a "problematic Ones" and may end up in re-education camps for no reason at all. I strongly believe the statement that "repressive domestic policies are responsible for violence happened during last few years in Xinjiang Region. Chinese Government, please Just keep in mind : If you pull too hard on a spring it will snap back!

Oct 31, 2017 10:39 AM

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Desmond Wong from Hong Kong :

Well, looks like the spring snapped back despite not having anyone to pull at it in New York when a Muslim Uzbek mowed down pedestrians killing 8 and sending 11 to hospital. The US should try to take in all 10 million Uigurs from Xinjiang after all Rebiya Kadir the head of World Uigur Congress is based in the US. After all Uigur Muslims in Xinjiang look up to US for help and they just love America and hate China.

Nov 01, 2017 03:07 AM

j odinga from nairobi :


“Being Muslims, we Uyghurs … thought all other Muslims are like us. However, to our disappointment we didn’t receive kindness from them. They were good at reciting the verses from the Quran, but they were very cruel, and showed no sympathy towards the pain of fellow Muslims.”

Fellow muslims did not treat uygur well. uygur are naive thinking all muslim good.
HAHAHA Stupid uygur.

Oct 31, 2017 10:29 AM

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