Countries that Condemned or Defended China’s Mass Detention of Uyghurs

In a battle of letters that unfolded at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva this month, 22 countries formally condemned China's mass detention of some 1.5 million Muslims in determent camps. In response, China enlisted the support of fellow authoritarian countries. The resulting letter was signed by 37 states, and read: "We commend China’s remarkable achievements in the field of human rights.”
2019-07-17
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Map of Countries that Condemned or Defended China’s Mass Detention of Uyghurs
Map of Countries that Condemned or Defended China’s Mass Detention of Uyghurs
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Anonymous Reader

This is a complete disgrace on the part of any country failing to condemn these evil acts of mankind.

Dec 05, 2019 09:03 AM

Anonymous Reader

This is disgusting and outrageous, the idea that any country in the middle east region would fail to condemn this brutal affair. I would have expected the state of Israel to condemn China for running camps that may turn into gas chambers. The Chinese are brutal, and have been for the past 100 years. The Nazi ideology buried deep within Marxism is in play. The tide is shifting. Down with Communism.

Nov 25, 2019 11:20 PM

Anonymous Reader

And why didn't the US signed to condemn China? Very Shameful.

Aug 08, 2019 01:33 AM

CH. 1: MANDARIN | CANTONESE

CH. 2: VIETNAMESE | BURMESE | KOREAN

CH. 3: KHMER | LAO | UYGHUR

CH. 4: TIBETAN

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