‘Extremely Sadistic’: Guards Gang Rape Religious Minorities In China’s Concentration Camps, Former Detainees Allege

  
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‘Extremely Sadistic’: Guards Gang Rape Religious Minorities In China’s Concentration Camps, Former Detainees Allege
guards forced her on to a table where they “inserted a stun baton” inside her and “twisted and shocked” her until she “blacked out” from the pain. A couple of weeks later she was ganged raped by several men, an experience she said happened to her multiple times while in the camps. “They were extremely sadistic, causing pain and damage to the body by beating and smacking my head on the wall,”

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China truly is a sadistic brutal fascist regime.  They are the face of evil in this world, truly an evil empire.  There is no freedom there,no individual rights, no religious liberty, and economic actions are controlled by the regime, a clear fascist trait.  China is a threat to all their neighbors.  Myanmar being the current one where a pro China military did a coup against their democratically elected government.  China is an economic, political, and military threat to the western democracies particularly the English speaking ones.  This article is but one of many that show the brutal horrors that are the CCP.  


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Reports have recently surfaced of violent gang rape against religious minorities detained in Chinese concentration camps  in Xinjiang.

Qelbinur Sidik, who was forced to teach inside the camps, made the allegations in an interview published by CNN this week. CNN’s report relied solely on the accounts of alleged witnesses.

Sidik’s story begins by noting that a policewoman told her very early on that she had been assigned to investigate reports of rapes and torture taking place at the facility. Sidik said that the policewoman described to her how the male guards at the camp often bragged while drinking about how they “raped and tortured girls.”

Sidik said that her first encounter with new detainees was approximately 100 men and women who were chained in shackles around their hands and feet. She said that even those that came in physically and mentally strong eventually were broken by the brutal system that the communist Chinese had installed in the camps, where an estimated nearly 2 million religious minorities are being detained. She said that she witnessed “horrific traged[ies]” while working at the camp where women were regularly “crying loudly.”

Another witness, Tursunay Ziyawudun, told CNN that she committed no crime when she was sent to the camps. After a month in the camp, authorities released Ziyawudun, only to arrest her a short time later for a nine-month “nightmare.” Ziyawudun, who is now in the U.S., told CNN that large numbers women were often crammed into small spaces, allowed minimal time to basic facilities like toilets, and were brutally punished for small things like using the facilities for too long.

During an interrogation session, Ziyawudun said that she was beaten so intensely that she passed out. Another time, guards forced her on to a table where they “inserted a stun baton” inside her and “twisted and shocked” her until she “blacked out” from the pain. A couple of weeks later she was ganged raped by several men, an experience she said happened to her multiple times while in the camps.

“They were extremely sadistic, causing pain and damage to the body by beating and smacking my head on the wall,” Ziyawudun said, “It was their way of punishing us.”

Numerous other reports have surfaced making similar allegations about what is taking place in China’s concentration camps.

Xu Guixiang, a spokesperson for the Communist Party publicity department in Xinjiang, said earlier this month that religious minorities were not being rounded up in Xinjiang and claimed without evidence that China was only cracking down on “heinous and obstinate leaders and backbones of extremist groups.”

In a statement to CNN, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs did not address the allegations by the several women who spoke to CNN but suggested that their accounts were false.

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1  seeder  MAGA    6 days ago
even those that came in physically and mentally strong eventually were broken by the brutal system that the communist Chinese had installed in the camps, where an estimated nearly 2 million religious minorities are being detained. She said that she witnessed “horrific traged[ies]” while working at the camp where women were regularly “crying loudly.”

Numerous other reports have surfaced making similar allegations about what is taking place in China’s concentration camps.

 
 
 
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1.1  seeder  MAGA  replied to  MAGA @1    6 days ago

Human rights groups say the Chinese government has gradually stripped away the religious and other freedoms of the Uighurs, culminating in an oppressive system of mass surveillance, detention, indoctrination, and even forced sterilisation .

The policy flows from China's President, Xi Jinping, who visited Xinjiang in 2014 in the wake of a terror attack by Uighur separatists. Shortly after, according to documents leaked to the New York Times, he directed local officials to respond with "absolutely no mercy". The US government said last month that China's actions since amounted to a genocide.

 
 
 
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1.1.1  seeder  MAGA  replied to  MAGA @1.1    6 days ago

Rape in Xinjiang Camps: The Tibetan Precedent

Accounts of sexual abuse of detained Uyghur and ethnic Kazakh women are highly believable. Buddhist nuns are also raped in Tibet’s transformation through education camps, where rape is used as a tool for re-education.

by Massimo Introvigne

Tibetan-nun.jpg A Tibetan nun, photo by Luca Galuzzi

At the end of January, a confidential report by the German Foreign Ministry about Xinjiang ’s transformation through education camps was leaked to some German media. It revealed that, while the CCP claims the camps are simply “vocational schools,” they are in fact horrific jails where, in addition to torture and extra-judicial killing, sexual abuse of female inmates is regularly reported.

A few days before, The New York Times published a feature article by a reporter who had been to Kazakhstan and has interviewed ethnic Kazakhs and Uyghurs who had escaped there from the camps in Xinjiang . What she learned there was far away from the whitewashed accounts of “vocational schools.” “One man, she wrote, was caged underground in a police station, beaten until he lost the hearing in one ear.” Others “were shackled and strung up as if crucified”. It is common to tie inmates to “tiger benches,” chain them, and deprive them of sleep. Muslim inmates are “compelled to renounce religion” and “forced to thank Xi [Jinping] every night for the opportunity to be so enlightened.” The female Times reporter also encountered reports of sexual abuse.

Are these accounts believable? Last week, the debate hit Columbia University in New York when a student criticized the University’s magazine, which is very keen to denounce sexual abuse in other circumstances, for an article about the Xinjiang camps where reports about torture and rape were ignored.

Somewhat missing in the discussion is that rape as part of the CCP “re-education” is not new. Tibetans have long complained that it also exists in the “ transformation through education camps ” in Tibet. Yes, the same camps are present in Tibet, and with the same name.
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2  Sean Treacy    6 days ago

But Ted Cruz went to Mexico!

 
 
 
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2.1  seeder  MAGA  replied to  Sean Treacy @2    6 days ago

But Trump is even worse! Zi is a saint compared to how each treated their citizens....Lol! jrSmiley_86_smiley_image.gifjrSmiley_10_smiley_image.gif

 
 
 
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3  Sean Treacy    6 days ago

Jake Tapper gets the first part:

"The Chinese government is committing genocide against the Uighurs. Right now. We know where. And the world is just sitting back and letting it happen. Disney even thanked local party apparatchiks for letting them film Mulan there."

Now that Biden's President, what's he going to do? Other than defend genocide as a cultural norm in China? 

 
 
 
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3.1  1stwarrior  replied to  Sean Treacy @3    6 days ago

256

 
 
 
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3.1.1  seeder  MAGA  replied to  1stwarrior @3.1    6 days ago

That was utterly pathetic on Biden’s part.  He’s simply    a tool of the CCP.  

 
 
 
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3.2  seeder  MAGA  replied to  Sean Treacy @3    6 days ago

It would not be a surprise for Biden to do just that.  

 
 
 
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4  seeder  MAGA    5 days ago

And Biden makes excuses for the evil empire...

 
 
 
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5  Sean Treacy    5 days ago

What’s crazy is so many On the left justify supporting  genocide in financial terms.  To them, it’s not worth America suffering any economic pain whatsoever to pressure China to stop committing genocide.  They’ll throw cost benefit analysis out the window when it comes to the possible effects of global warming,  but genocide and ethnic cleansing aren’t worth losing dollar one over.

 
 
 
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5.1  seeder  MAGA  replied to  Sean Treacy @5    5 days ago

It’s the way they are and it’s truly sad.  

 
 
 
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5.1.1  Sean Treacy  replied to  MAGA @5.1    4 days ago

It is easy. Sort of how some people will also ignore the 1918 flu that killed 50 million originated in China and will blame America for it as well. 

 
 
 
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5.1.2  seeder  MAGA  replied to  Sean Treacy @5.1.1    3 days ago

According to the far left, America is responsible for most of the ills that have afflicted the world since our founding.  Their motto is that the world would be a great place to live if only America didn’t exist.  

 
 
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