Turkish political parties, activists protest against Chinese atrocities on Human Rights Day – ThePrint – ANIFeed

Istanbul [Turkey], December 10 (ANI): Uyghur activists protested close to the Chinese language Consulate within the Sariyer district of Istanbul and raised considerations over human rights violations within the Xinjiang area in China.

Round 120-130 individuals, most of whom have been ladies and youngsters gathered close to the Chinese language Consulate at round 10:30 am on Friday and recited Quranic verses have been recited and in addition performed Nationwide anthems of East Turkestan and Turkey.

Notably, the protests have been held forward of Human Rights Day, celebrated on December 10 in line with the United Nations.

Through the protests, Abdul Selam Abdullah, a consultant of Uyghur NGO East Turkestan Human Rights (ETHR) appealed to the Worldwide group to avoid wasting the Uyghur group from extinction and accused the Chinese language authorities of killing Uyghurs underneath the pretext of Covid-19 management measures.

Girls activists Rusen Mahmud and Magfiret Ubul raised the problems of compelled marriages and sterilization going down underneath the Chinese language regime and appealed for united motion by humanitarian organizations and international locations in opposition to the atrocities in East Turkestan.

Earlier, on the night of December 8, the representatives of the Refah (Welfare) Occasion and NGO Dogu Turkistanlilar Federasyonu (DTF) protested close to the Chinese language Consulate at round 8.30 pm (native time).

DTF chief Mahmud Damollah urged the Turkey authorities to take motion to cease the Uyghur genocide and never simply make statements on the matter.

Protests relating to the Uyghur concern have intensified in Turkey following the loss of life of a number of Uyghurs in a residential condo hearth in Urumqi on November 24 final month. Since then, about eight protest demonstrations have occurred in Turkey in opposition to China. (ANI)

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