Disclosure of the forced deportation of “Igor” by Saudi Arabia, the...

Disclosure of the forced deportation of “Igor” by Saudi Arabia, the...
Disclosure of the forced deportation of “Igor” by Saudi Arabia, the...

The BBC published a report revealing that the Saudi, Egyptian and Emirati authorities have forcibly deported Uighur citizens who were on their territory.

In its report, the BBC offered a testimony to the wife of a Uighur citizen who had been deported from Saudi Arabia.

According to the woman’s testimony, she fled with her husband and her family from persecution by the Chinese authorities against the Muslim minority in East Turkestan to Turkey.

In 2018, her husband called “Osman” yearned for Hajj and to visit Mecca, thinking that nothing would befall him there. Two days before his return from the Hajj trip, he discovered that he was being pursued by the Saudi police, and he was arrested and forcibly deported to China.

The woman says, “They handcuffed him and arrested him. After 15 days, he called his sister, saying,” It is possible that they will take me somewhere. Then they told her that he was returned to China. “

“Our child has become without a father … we left to our fate, at the age when we most need tenderness,” she added.

According to the “BBC”, the Saudi authorities had not previously announced the deportation of Osman from its lands.

The report says: “We discovered more cases of targeted persecuted people in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE and other countries. We heard stories of vulnerable students and pilgrims who were arrested and displaced.”

It quoted a Uyghur as saying that 67 of them were arrested in Saudi Arabia, and 762 in Egypt.

The British newspaper “Observer” previously published a report in which it inquired about the causes of silence practiced by Islamic countries regarding the violations the Uyghurs are subjected to in China.

The newspaper pointed out that countries such as Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Algeria helped in 2019 to prevent the passage of a United Nations resolution demanding that China allow international inspectors to enter Xinjiang, where the Uighurs live.

On July 7, Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan stated his country’s support for Chinese territorial integrity, ignoring at the same time Beijing’s violations of the Uyghur Muslim minority.

Chinese media quoted Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as saying last year that the kingdom supports “China’s rights to take measures to combat terrorism and extremism.”

An AFP report last January dealt with the “mysterious fate” that awaits several hundred Uyghurs in Saudi Arabia.

In July 2019, China thanked the UAE for what it said was “support” for the security crackdown carried out by the authorities, in Xinjiang.

In July 2017, the Egyptian authorities carried out a campaign of arrests of about 500 Turkestan students studying in Al-Azhar, which led to a wave of human rights criticism of the Egyptian measures.

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