In America, Uighur Muslims celebrate Ramadan and observe Islamic traditions. However, in Xinjiang, China, these practices are illegal.
As part of their crackdown on Uighurs and other Muslim minorities, the Chinese government has destroyed or converted Muslim mosques.
Religious freedom is a fundamental right and a U.S. priority. The State Department's annual International Religious Freedom Report monitors abuses.
Life for Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang is like living in an open-air prison, with cameras everywhere, police on every corner and no privacy.
Though the Chinese government calls them schools, budget documents, human rights reports and survivors' accounts tell a more brutal story.
Uighurs who survived China’s detention camps or lost family members to the camps shared their stories with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
When Mihrigul Tursun returned to China, she was arrested and separated from her children. Her crime? Being a Uighur Muslim who had lived outside of China.
Çin'in Müslüman Uygurları kitlesel olarak gözaltına alması hikayesi, Özgür Asya Radyosu'nun ABD’de yerleşik Uygurca konuşan altı habercisisinin bizzat yaşadığı bir hikaye. Bir çok ailenin...
Learn some commonplace activities that have put thousands of Uighurs and other Muslim minorities in internment camps in China.