Shocking story of uyghur muslims genocide in China-shocked You

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INTRODUCTION: In the northwest region of China, (mainly Xinjiang) a heartbreaking human rights crisis is going on for years which can be much bigger than the genocide of Jews by Hitler in world war 2. The genocide of Uighur Muslims in china has shocked the international community, revealing the harrowing reality of widespread human rights abuses ,forced labor, and cultural assimilation by the Communist Part of China. This blog of shocked You []aims to shed light on this tragic situation, highlighting the plight of the Uighur community and calling for urgent global action.

Understanding the Uyghur Muslims

Muslims in China

The Uighurs are a predominantly Muslim ethnic minority group residing in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region (XUAR) of China. Uighur people have rich culture and history. But now this community is facing persecution and discrimination for decades. In past few years situation has reached to the level of genocide and they are on the verge of getting extinct. Various research reports and data show that in 2020, Xinjiang’s Uyghur population had grown by only 16% since 2010, to 11.6 million, compared to a 19% increase in Xinjiang’s total population. Even more shocking, the Uyghur population aged 0-4 was only 36% the size of that aged 5-9.

Chinese Crimes against humanity

There are many interviews of survivors, journalists, and human rights workers which shows a grim picture of the atrocities being committed against the Uighur Muslims. The Chinese government has been accused of engaging in a range of human rights abuses, including mass arbitrary detentions, forced labor, torture, forced sterilizations, and cultural suppression.

The Uighur concentration camps, euphemistically referred to as “reeducation centers,” are at the center of these allegations. It is estimated that over a million Uighur Muslims, along with other Turkic Muslim minorities, have been detained in these camps. Detainees are subjected to physical and psychological torture, indoctrination programs, and forced renunciation of their religious and cultural practices.

According to the report published by Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) around 16000 mosques has been destroyed in China by Chinese communist government. This report was made by collecting data from satellites which clearly shows many structures destroyed and some of the mosques were even converted into toilets later on. 

Forced Labor and Systematic Exploitation

Another distressing aspect of the Uighur crisis is the systematic use of forced labor. Numerous global supply chains have been linked to factories and industries that exploit Uighur workers. Companies in various sectors, including textiles, electronics, and automotive, have been implicated in benefiting from forced labor practices, often unknowingly.
The global community has a responsibility to ensure that supply chains are free from forced labor, and consumers must be vigilant about the products they purchase. Governments and international organizations should enact strict legislation and enforce supply chain transparency to prevent complicity in these human rights violations.

Global Response and the Road Ahead

Although the evidence of genocide and human rights abuses against the Uighur Muslims is overwhelming, the international response has been mixed. Some countries and organizations have condemned China’s actions and imposed sanctions, while others have remained largely silent, motivated by political and economic interests. The response of many Islamic countries on this matter also raise questions on there Muslim brotherhood. Major Islamic countries like Saudi Arabia, Iran , UAE, Qatar, etc, are silent on this matter because they have economic interest associated with China. 

It is crucial to emphasize the importance of a united global response to this humanitarian crisis. Governments, international organizations, and human rights advocates must put pressure on China to cease its human rights abuses, release all detainees, and allow independent investigations into the situation in Xinjiang. Economic sanctions, diplomatic measures, and targeted consumer activism can help exert pressure on the Chinese government to bring about change.


The ongoing genocide of Uighur Muslims in China stands as a dark stain on the conscience of humanity. The international community must act swiftly and decisively to put an end to these atrocities and hold those responsible accountable. It is our collective duty to raise awareness, support organizations working to document and address the crisis, and demand justice for the Uighur community. Only through a unified global effort can we hope to put an end to this grave human rights violation and ensure a better future for all.

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