A Uyghur in Malaysia says she recently learned that her mother was detained in a political re-education camp by authorities in Xinjiang.
Sources say the two men were targeted as part of a crackdown on so-called ‘two-faced’ officials.
She may have been targeted for studying in a country deemed a hotbed of Muslim ‘extremism.’
She is believed to be one of several detained relatives of two men who run a bakery in Egypt.
The US delegation says China is engaging in ‘a reprisal against an individual.’
Agreements are signed pledging to eat during the Islamic holy month.
Sources say he was arrested in February after returning from a concert in Shanghai.
Cadres collect information on families and indoctrinate them during their ‘visits.’
Uyghurs suggest arrest of Chinese obscures fact that the Muslim group is authorities' main target.
He had admitted at a ‘confession meeting’ that he took his son there to meet other children.
The ‘open’ camps are for those accused of minor cases and allow them to return home at night.
Obulkasim Haji was arrested in December and sent to a ‘political re-education camp,’ sources said.