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Uighurs conference held in Estonia

The Estonian government has ignored a diplomatic protest from Beijing and
allowed some seventy ethnic Uighurs to hold a conference in the capital,
Tallinn./
From the newsroom of the BBC World Service
/ Tikan Chemenlik <tikan@usa.net>


Due to the efforts of Mr. Erkin Alptekin, the Unrepresented Peoples and  Nations Organization (UNPO) and many other dedicated Eastern  Turkestani  activists, the Chinese government has had to openly admit that Eastern Turkestan is now an 'international issue.'   The consequences will be a stepped up propaganda campaign declaring  peace-loving faithful Moslems to be 'Fundamentalists,' as though the media will once again parrot the People's Daily. We can probably expect to be seeing  the appearance of a 'White Paper' declaring that Xinjiang has been Chinese
since 'ancient times,' in an vain attempt to legitimize the colonialist  policies of the Chinese Communist Party.  Other consequences will be more positive media coverage and legislation to support the people of Eastern Turkestan, outside and away from the guns of the  PLA.  The gauntlet has been thrown down and a new door opens.   The valiant heroes, mentioned and unmentioned, that brought the truth to this  point will, no doubt, redouble their efforts. Now that the balance is swinging   the other way and the path is clear, what will YOU do ?   We remember you everyday Rebiya-hede.   tikan chemenlik 
PS We also listen to our friends from Eastern Turkestan here in the United  States. We welcome any and all gatherings to extoll the truth and build
understanding to solve the dilemma.
Estonia ignores Beijing's protest over Uighurs
The Estonian government has ignored a diplomatic protest from Beijing and  allowed some seventy ethnic Uighurs to hold a conference in the capital, Tallinn.
An Estonian foreign ministry spokesman press secretary Vahur Soosar told the   BBC that representatives from the Chinese embassy had lodged a complaint  about the meeting, which is being organised by the Unrepresented Peoples'
and Nations' Organisation.  But the Estonian spokesman said Estonia is a democratic country and could   not stop the meeting.  An organiser of the conference, Erkin Alptekin, said the group had
information that arbitrary arrests, torture and executions were increasingly   common in China's northwestern province of Xinjiang where the majority of  the population is ethnic Uighur or Turkic-speaking Muslims.  The Chinese government sees the activities of ethnic Uighurs wanting
independence for the region as a matter of internal security.   From the newsroom of the BBC World Service  

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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