WEBINAR | Silence and Oppression: Discussion on Uyghurs in Saudi Arabia
Several NGOs have accused Saudi Arabia of having arbitrarily arrested four Uighurs and of trying to extradite them to China, where their fate is extremely uncertain. The detainees include two men who had travelled to the country to make a pilgrimage to Mecca in November 2020, as well as a mother and her 13-year-old daughter, who were arrested on March 31, according to several sources. Videos of their cries for help are circulating on social media.
This discussion is focused on the plight of the Uyghurs in their homeland and on the ways to uphold their human rights and stop their persecution by the Chinese Communist Party and its enablers around the world.
Se Hoon Kim | Moderator
Director, Captive Nations Coalition of the Committee on Present Danger: China
China Outreach Coordinator, The Uyghur Human Rights Project
Government Relations Manager, The Uyghur Human Rights Project
Linguist, survivor of the CCP concentration camps
A joint project of the Captive Nations Coalition of the Committee on Present Danger: China with special thanks to The Uyghur Human Rights Project.
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