GENEVA (Reuters) - United Nations’ human rights experts voiced alarm on Thursday over alleged Chinese political re-education camps for Muslim Uighurs and they called for the immediate release of those detained on the “pretext of countering terrorism”.
The U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination cited estimates that up to one million Uighurs may be held involuntarily in extra-legal detention in China’s far western Xinjiang province.
Its findings were issued after a two-day review this month of China’s record, the first since 2009.
There is another group that is having problems as well. They send armored vehicles into Xinjiang province, you are thinking you are looking at a war zone.