She goes back to the days when people were detained with her in the camp and her father died in Xinjiang police custody.
He said, “I think justice has been done now because there are people in the world who take care of others. I think our efforts to spread awareness finally paid off. ,
The UN report on the mass detention (in Uighurs) and other human rights abuses of Davut and other Uyghur victims now outside China is the result of years of campaigning. At the same time, for them it is a confirmation of the actions that the Chinese government had taken.
The much-awaited report was released late Wednesday night by the United Nations Human Rights Office in Geneva. It said that China committed serious human rights violations under its anti-terrorism and extremism policies. At the same time, it has appealed to the United Nations, the world community and China itself to pay immediate attention to its solution.
It is noteworthy that they faced threats from Chinese police for years as part of attempts to silence the voices of those held in detention camps.
Mihrigul Tursun, who testified in November 2018 before the US Congress about the camps, said she had to pay the price for speaking up because of the continued threats to her security. He told that he was called a liar, he was followed by a car and he was photographed by strangers in the restaurant.
“The report is just the beginning. Till all the detention centers are not closed, they will not get rest. ,
“We want results, we want action. I want to know what will happen after the UN report, what can we do after that?