"July 5th Urumqi Massacre" and the turning point in China's Uyghur policy "July 5th Urumqi Massacre" and the turning point in China's Uyghur policy

"July 5th Urumqi Massacre" and the turning point in China's Uyghur policy

"July 5th Urumqi Massacre" and the turning point in China's Uyghur policy

The ``July 5th Urumqi Massacre'', which has been recorded by Uighurs in the diaspora for 15 years, was caused by protesting the attack and beating to death of Uighur workers working at the Shuri toy factory in Shaoguan City, Guangdong Province, China on June 26, 2009. On July 5th of the same year, the Uighur youth in Urumqi held a peaceful protest against the unequal policies of the Chinese government against the Uyghurs and the massacre in Shaguan. This protest was violently suppressed by the Chinese government.

One of the situation analysts interviewed by our radio station, Mr. Hu Peng of New York City, believes that the "July 5 incident" is a sign of the Chinese government's repressive policy against Uyghurs.

He said that the "July 5 protest" which occurred due to Uyghurs' protest against the repression and looting policy of the Chinese Communist government since 1949, was a major turning point in the Chinese government's change to the genocidal policy targeting the entire Uyghur nation.

Hu Ping explained his point of view: "The July 5 incident in 2009 was a very serious incident. First of all, this is the result of the Chinese Communist Party authorities' long-term policy of discrimination and suppression of Uyghurs' rights in Xinjiang, which has exacerbated the divisions and conflicts between ethnic groups. After the July 5 incident, the Chinese Communist Party government announced that it would adopt the so-called "soft policy" by removing Wang Lechuan, the Party Secretary of the Uyghur Autonomous Region, and replacing him with Zhang Chunshan, the Party Secretary of Hunan. This is the authorities' admission that the radical suppression policy they implemented in the region was the cause of the 'July 5 protest' and the protests that took place before it. All this is the recognition of the Chinese government's recognition that autonomous rights are never guaranteed in the Uyghur region, which has been given as an autonomous region, and more importantly, it is a step-by-step recognition of the repressive policy being applied to the Uyghurs.

 Mr. Hu Ping also summarized the cause of the "July 5th Urumqi Massacre" in 2009 and the Chinese government's policy for the next 15 years. The policy of giving is revealed to the world. After that, although Wang Lechuan was transferred and replaced by Zhang Chunshan, Davrang announced that he would implement the so-called ``soft policy'', but he quickly transferred Chen Quanguo and implemented a tougher and more radical policy. A number of 'concentration camps' were established in the region and mass abductions continued to this day. »

Mr. Ilshat Hasan, Vice President of the Executive Committee of the World Uyghur Congress, one of the Uyghur activists in the United States, also received our interview.

He first talked about the "June 26th Shaoguan Incident" which fueled the "July 5th Protest" in 2009, and the Chinese government's policies towards the Uyghurs at that time.

He described the "June 26th Shaoguan Incident" as "the attack and killing of Uyghurs who were forced to work as slaves", and the "July 5th Urumqi Massacre" where Uyghurs were brutally suppressed as the starting point of the Chinese government's "genocide policy" targeting all Uyghurs. .

Mr. Ilshat Hasan also talked about the period of so-called "soft policy" during the Zhang Chunxian era, which was transferred to the region after the "July 5th Urumqi Massacre", and this period was actually the Chinese government's attitude towards the Uighur Chinese government and preparation for the next "genocide" policy. emphasized that the stage

The Chinese state media has been hiding from the world the true situation of the June 26th Chaoguan Incident and the July 5th Massacre, which fueled the "July 5th Urumqi Protest" in 2009. The Chinese media emphasized that 2 Uyghur workers were killed in the conflict at the Shuri toy factory in Shaoguan City, Guangdong Province on June 26 of the same year. Due to the fact that the incident was widely reported on social media created by the Uyghurs, 197 people died in the ``5th of July incident'' in Urumqi. , more than 1,000 people were injured. Chinese authorities have also accused the incident of violence. However, the Chinese government continued to hide the number of Uighurs abducted in the area during July 7th, when Chinese citizens attacked Uighurs in the streets of Urumqi with hammers and killed them, and the attack on Uighurs in September of the same year. It was not allowed. Under these conditions, Uyghur organizations such as the World Uyghur Congress and the independent media such as the Uyghur Department of Free Asia, 18 or more Uyghurs who were attacked and killed by the Chinese in the "June 26th Shaoguan incident", and the Chinese police and military during the Uyghur protest on July 5th The large number of Uyghurs who were shot and killed by the Uyghurs, in particular, the large number of Uyghurs who died in the incidents of attacks on Uyghurs in the streets by the Chinese with clubs in their hands, was revealed.

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