The Kazakh Muslims detained in China’s camps

Since 2017, thousands of Kazakh Muslims have been detained in Chinas infamous re-education camps. Survivors who have returned to Kazakhstan, say during months of incarnation they were tortured, beaten and received unknown injections.

Ethnic Kazakhs, as well as Uighurs and other Muslims minorities, have lived and moved freely across the Chinese-Kazakh border for centuries. However, as Chinas clampdown on Islam continues, Bejing is now accused of locking up its Kazakh neighbours.

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