BBC: Saudi Arabia has targeted the Uyghur people in the Middle...

BBC: Saudi Arabia has targeted the Uyghur people in the Middle...
BBC: Saudi Arabia has targeted the Uyghur people in the Middle...

Washington – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”:
A report by the “Night News” program in the British “BBC” network revealed that Saudi Arabia has targeted the Uyghur people in the country and the Middle East region in general, in an apparent disgraceful cooperation with the Chinese authorities, which adopt a notoriously aggressive campaign against the Muslim minority.
The station pointed out that Saudi Arabia has detained Uyghur pilgrims and students in Saudi Arabia and forcibly deported them to China, where they were subsequently placed in the famous detention camps in the country under the name of “re-education centers”.
Activists estimate that hundreds of Uighurs have come under pressure from the Chinese authorities to return from abroad due to threats and long imprisonment of their family members back home.
China and Saudi Arabia denied targeting the Uyghurs in this way, and the Chinese embassy claimed to the program that these allegations are based on fabricated rumors, and claimed, also, that China guarantees the rule of personal freedom law for citizens and their right to leave and enter the country, and that China has never put pressure on any other country to deport people Forcibly returned to China.
The Chinese embassy denied the existence of re-education camps in Xinjiang, and claimed that “training centers” were established in accordance with the law, while the Saudi embassy claimed that Riyadh complied with international norms and Saudi law when cooperating with other countries on issues such as deportation, and claimed that it looks into every case on the spot. Sharpness.
The station confirmed that the Egyptian and Emirati embassies refused to comment on the report.

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