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tv   Reporter - Chinas harassment of Muslims  Deutsche Welle  September 15, 2018 12:15pm-12:30pm CEST

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even smarter with the d w for smart. what you watch when you lot are up to date extraordinary. depth you decide what's all find out more. dot com smart t.v. . shows kyra and some account is a cause of action he spent six months in a reality cation center in a northwestern shin jang region of china. to live my first thought was this is a. contract is now an hour marty the former capital of kazakhstan and the country's largest city he's one of the few to have made it out of a reactor cation camp in shin chang these camps of a turning muslim minorities into chinese patriots and over a million people are thought to be detained there kyra it is trying to ensure that
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the world does something about it. not long ago it would have been dangerous for cairo to watch a video of a kazakh hit on his phone he was in a reeducation camp until march he's an ethnic but was born in china he lived in kazakhstan for a few years before being detained. but i was in the village they summoned me to the police station. i went there on the nineteenth of october so they kept asking me what i had done in kazakhstan who i had met and they searched marshawn my social media user name was k.z. short for kazakhstan they told me i was to first only with here. in chinese
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communist party jargon someone who is two faced is loyal to their own ethnic group and not to the chinese nation kyra is trying to show the activist kid a rally or as a lily exactly where the camp was located but. i want to talk about what i know so that the situation of muslims in china improves. shinji hang in china's north west is home to many ethnic groups including weekers and. international organizations say that there is a network of internment camps in which about a million people are detained. kyra is one of the few who has been able to get out and leave china. to manage to locate the area of the camp. is this the camp and we know that's the houses you know.
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for the road we. want to see you this is the cement factory that's really close. further there. must be at least three buildings the former you showing people look. these ones here yes exactly. yeah i was there in the medium sized building every day the chinese flag was hoisted in the yard there was one building for religious people and one for those who had contacts abroad. my first thought was this is it if you do this.
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thing or a silly family is used to guests. kyra at some are can has been living with them for a few months now. he's an important eyewitness one of the few who knows what it's like inside the camps. all over kid o'reilly and his parents are also from china since the one nine hundred ninety s. some two hundred thousand kazakhs from shin jiang have become naturalized citizens of kazakstan many of them have experienced the sudden disappearance of their relatives on the other side of the border. you know because i kept hearing stories about what was happening in china every day. is on my lap at her door and started
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documenting all the stories china has denied the existence of the camps to the international community but the state media have praised them as successful means of combat in religious extremism this article was published on a local website but quickly deleted but there's still an archived version bus did you wear clothes like that at all louis. yes but darker did you have warm clothes in winter who no not at all good luck to those even close to the worst thing was not knowing whether i would ever be freed or whether they were just killers there. kyra who is a businessman is now trying to build up a new life for himself in kazakstan he wants to set up his own company. but because all his savings are in china he's working at a market for the moment. kitty
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rally or as a lily is also a businessman he worked as a pharmaceutical sales representative before turning his full attention to the situation in shin jan. i'm scared. i'm always stressed. but that whenever i have to go somewhere i try to travel with a friend he has. this must rule them especially at night in. the good. we all of us activists we are scared it leads us. well yeah but the chinese government has a long arm. kazakstan and china have a close economic relationship. beijing has invested a lot into kazakhs stands infrastructure as part of its new silk road project. which gets you to the goods with a little bit. but the internment of muslims in china has caused quite
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a stir in kazakstan. many cossacks have relatives in the chinese camps. at a door it records all the cases of which there are more and more each day. it already has detailed files on one thousand cases and knows of at least ten thousand more. it's often because of their relatives abroad that chinese cossacks encounter problems with the author or it is. on. one man was arrested after visiting his daughter. the author already saw an encrypted message on whatsapp which raised their suspicions the family's desperate . give up on the missing him like my brother and i went there we told the authorities that we had installed the upon his telephone they told us he would be
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freed in two or three days but he wasn't released his bill he has problems with his stomach we found out that they take him from the camp to the hospital where he stays for a few days and then he goes back into the camp and into hospital for a few days. after george has forwarded the case to the kazakh government they hope the file will be translated and the case will be raised at the united nations. every day we hear about new cases about detained cossacks are simple people. none of them are involved in politics. just ordinary people who didn't complete school. ordinary people who are being kept in jail that's the direction that. there are no trials nor sentencing the camp decides who stays or
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leaves kyra it was released after a suicide attempt he banged his head against the wall until he became unconscious it's hard for him to talk about it i mean it was terrible i couldn't deal with. he told the authours he had a wife and children in kazakhstan and wanted to see them but they didn't let him. go with the date that i told mark commit suicide over didn't let me go or i kill someone else then they could just put me in jail and isn't. it you can the cops and . the threat worked he was allowed to leave china for a month and he stayed in kazakstan. now he's telling the international community about his experience he and kid a rally are meeting a team from amnesty international they bump into some others who have already spoken to the human rights organization. this woman has many relatives in camps.
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she tells kid o'reilly that her husband was detained in brewer tala and her brother was detained in a room key get a rally replies that she should come and see him at at her door so they can set up a file she says she will come to morrow. before that. amnesty international is very interested in cairo as experiences. patrick boone is china researcher. we were in the international class because we've gone abroad to arab countries kazakhstan for g.q. sterno speckly stern and britons was then what was everyday life like right. after breakfast we are dissing them with no interruption or without the communist party there would be no new china sounds like that we had to study the nineteenth party congress and repeat what a great person president xi jinping is in order great country china is. this all
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for in washington for them to us that you were chinese and you had a set that it's a national unity is size to make you feel you are part of the nation you don't need to keep your own ethnic identity it's just really like it ethnic cleansing practice so it's really terrible. the casaca authorities have warned cairo at that he could be endangered by what he has said. you have to be strong and have the courage to speak the truth. and if we don't say what's going on there oh well and that's why i'm making a statement. from the book by. conrad is helping to raise awareness in the world about what is going on across the chinese border but life goes on and now he has to go to work.
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