Turkey speaks up against China’s Uighur internment camps | DW News

Turkey speaks up against China's Uighur internment camps | DW News
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A video has been released after reports emerged of Uighur singer Abdurehim Heyit’s death in a Chinese internment camp. It purports to show Heyit alive, but in prison. Prisons have sprung up across north-west China, housing more than one million Muslims in what China has called “re-education camps.” The reported death of Heyit has now prompted the first rebuke from a Muslim-majority nation. Turkey called the “re-introduction of interment camps in the 21st century – a great shame for humanity” and asked China to “close the internment camps.”
Reports of the death of Heyit however, prompted for the first time, a rebuke from a majority Muslim nation, Turkey. It called the ‘re-introduction of interment camps in the 21st century – a great shame for humanity’ and asked China to ‘close the internment camps’.
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