Uyghur girls and boys moving to Chinese factories for forced labor are reported to be getting younger

Uyghur girls and boys moving to Chinese factories for forced labor are reported to be getting younger  Recently, there has been an increase in advertisements and videos on social media about Uyghur laborers being transferred to Chinese factories by Chinese owners to work in factories.  The videos reveal that the vast majority of the Uyghur labor force brought to the Chinese provinces collectively is young, while the vast majority of Uyghur workers working in Chinese factories are even Uyghur girls and boys who have just dropped out of high school.  Ms. Zumrat Davut, a witness to the camp, is one of the Uyghur activists who has been searching for such videos and constantly posting them on social media.  Ms. Zumrat David interviewed us about this. He said he had recently seen such advertisements and videos on Chinese social media such as Audience, Tik-Tok, and that some Chinese were distributing special advertisements to Chinese companies in the hinterland to provide Uyghur workers.  Zumret Dawut teminligen He said the advertisements stated that the young people who were introduced to the Chinese factories were Uyghur students between the ages of 18 and 23, and that most of them were girls.  Ms. Zumrat Davut also said in videos about Uyghur workers she had discovered on Chinese websites that not only did the young Uyghur forced laborers work hard at various Chinese companies, but also that they were being brainwashed by the Chinese Communist Party and brainwashed.  Ms. Zumrat Davut said that the so-called "Introduction to Uyghur Youth" advertisements are currently on the rise in Chinese networks. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.  Such videos about Uyghur forced labor are currently provoking strong reactions among Uyghurs abroad. Mr. Anwar Ahmet, an independent analyst in Germany, believes that the main relocation target for Uyghur youth between the ages of 18 and 23, especially the relocation of large numbers of Uyghur girls to Chinese provinces in the name of "employment," is an important part of China's "Chineseization and dissolution of Uyghurs" strategy.  Ms. Zumrat Davut said that young Uyghur girls and boys who have been forced to leave their homeland and work in Chinese factories are not allowed to return home.  What worries Ms. Zumrat the most is the fact that these young Uyghur girls of love and marriage age are forced to marry Chinese men and the unpredictable consequences that come with it.  The parliaments of some Western democracies, led by the United States, have acknowledged that the Uyghurs are being massacred by the whole nation, and that the Chinese government is also committing "crimes against humanity" against indigenous Muslim peoples based on the Uyghurs. At the same time, the U.S. government also imposed sanctions on Chinese factories and companies for their forced labor of Uyghurs.

Recently, there has been an increase in advertisements and videos on social media about Uyghur laborers being transferred to Chinese factories by Chinese owners to work in factories.

The videos reveal that the vast majority of the Uyghur labor force brought to the Chinese provinces collectively is young, while the vast majority of Uyghur workers working in Chinese factories are even Uyghur girls and boys who have just dropped out of high school.

Ms. Zumrat Davut, a witness to the camp, is one of the Uyghur activists who has been searching for such videos and constantly posting them on social media.

Ms. Zumrat David interviewed us about this. He said he had recently seen such advertisements and videos on Chinese social media such as Audience, Tik-Tok, and that some Chinese were distributing special advertisements to Chinese companies in the hinterland to provide Uyghur workers.

Zumret Dawut teminligen
He said the advertisements stated that the young people who were introduced to the Chinese factories were Uyghur students between the ages of 18 and 23, and that most of them were girls.

Ms. Zumrat Davut also said in videos about Uyghur workers she had discovered on Chinese websites that not only did the young Uyghur forced laborers work hard at various Chinese companies, but also that they were being brainwashed by the Chinese Communist Party and brainwashed.

Ms. Zumrat Davut said that the so-called "Introduction to Uyghur Youth" advertisements are currently on the rise in Chinese networks. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.

Such videos about Uyghur forced labor are currently provoking strong reactions among Uyghurs abroad. Mr. Anwar Ahmet, an independent analyst in Germany, believes that the main relocation target for Uyghur youth between the ages of 18 and 23, especially the relocation of large numbers of Uyghur girls to Chinese provinces in the name of "employment," is an important part of China's "Chineseization and dissolution of Uyghurs" strategy.

Ms. Zumrat Davut said that young Uyghur girls and boys who have been forced to leave their homeland and work in Chinese factories are not allowed to return home.

What worries Ms. Zumrat the most is the fact that these young Uyghur girls of love and marriage age are forced to marry Chinese men and the unpredictable consequences that come with it.

The parliaments of some Western democracies, led by the United States, have acknowledged that the Uyghurs are being massacred by the whole nation, and that the Chinese government is also committing "crimes against humanity" against indigenous Muslim peoples based on the Uyghurs. At the same time, the U.S. government also imposed sanctions on Chinese factories and companies for their forced labor of Uyghurs.
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