Forced labor (Hashar) did not stop in Uyghur : China Forced labor (Hashar) did not stop in Uyghur : China

Forced labor (Hashar) did not stop in Uyghur : China

Forced labor (Hashar) did not stop in Uyghur : China

Chinese authorities have long since announced the abolition of forced labor, or forced labor, and have consistently denied that it continues. As revealed on social media and confirmed by our reporter's phone interviews, forced labor in Uighurs did not stop even during Eid al-Fitr last week.

According to the Facebook account of Zumrat David, a witness of the camp living in the United States, the residents of Uyghur were subjected to forced labor during the Sacrifice. News footage shows hundreds of people, most of them women, working in grass-covered fields. The song and music embedded in the video, which was originally published on "Dowin", reflected the residents' frustration and conflict with this work on Eid.

We called the relevant units and individuals in Uyghur to find out about the forced labor going on this Eid.

It turns out that 170 people from a village in Aksu City took part in the festival held on the 1st day of this year's Eid. Hashar lasted from 5 am to 7 am. 120 people from a village in Kelpin County of Aksu participated in the festival. During the rainy season, the residents were mainly engaged in digging canals, building roads, and repairing bridges. It was also revealed that the two-hour curfew that has been going on since January this year in the morning has been extended to 5 hours during Eid al-Fitr this year. The participants were between the ages of 18 and 65. It turns out that none of the things that have been built on the day of Eid al-Adha are seasonal, and these things can be suspended or temporarily postponed in connection with the Eid.

In the Uyghur era, Hashar fasting continued even during Eid. Mr. Abdurreshit Niyaz, an independent researcher living in Turkey, originally stated that Eid is not a day of rest and entertainment for Muslims, but a day of worship to express gratitude to the Creator, so working on Eid is not recommended. Mr. Abdurreshit believes that the Chinese authorities are forcing the Uyghurs to forget their national and religious holidays as part of the genocide.

Abdur Wali Ayoub, an independent researcher in Norway, suggested that after the mass kidnapping in 2017, some residents consciously or unconsciously accepted not celebrating Eid as a self-defense mechanism.

Residents planted tomato plants in greenhouse fields during forced labor on the day of Ramadan. Some footage showed that a strong storm hit Korla on the day tomato plants were being planted. On the one hand, the residents were freezing from the cold, and on the other hand, they were lying in the fields and trying to protect the greenhouses and other greenhouses that were destroyed by the storm.

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