Detained & imprisoned (banking & accounting)

EntryVictim’s NameChinese nameID no.About the TestifierRelationAbout the VictimAssumed LocationWhen Detention Took PlaceDetention ReasonVictim’s StatusHow Testifier Learned of StatusAdditional InfoAbout the Testifier (Translated/Edited)Relation (Translated/Edited)About the Victim (Translated/Edited)Assumed Location (Translated/Edited)When Detention Took Place (Translated/Edited)Detention Reason (Translated/Edited)Victim’s Status (Translated/Edited)How Testifier Learned of Status (Translated/Edited)Additional Info (Translated/Edited)Prison Term (Years)AgeGenderEthnicityLocationDetention typeDetention timeDetention reasonOfficial detention reason (1)Official detention reason (2)Official detention reason (3)Health statusProfession
679Habibulla Kerim????????????????O?Qurban Arif, living in Norway. He is originally from Bortala city.ClassmateHabibulla Kerim, was working at government’s bank (Industrial and Commercial Bank of China). He is brother of Ablikim Kerim.Unclear5-ئاي, 2018UnclearUnclearUnclearMUyghurApr. 2018 – June 2018banking, accounting
1922Shijaet Memetimin659001199203061230Polat, AustralianephewXijiaaiti. Maimaitiyiming born on 06/03/1992 healthy, educated young man<br />Chinese ID number: 659001199203061230<br />studied electrical engineering in France for 4 years on student visa and Chinese passport legally issued by the Chinese government, never participated in any &quot;anti-government&quot; activities while aboard <br />returned to Urumqi in 2014 December with Chinese passport to visit his family and never able to return back to France due to visa issues. <br />was working as an accountant prior to the date of detentionUrumqi3-9-2018studied abroadcurrently in the concentration camp in Urumqivia his mother18-35MUyghurUrumqiconcentration campJuly 2018 – Sep. 2018related to going abroadbanking, accounting
2112Roshengul Abdurehim653101195712220422Testimony 1: Fatimah Abdughopur, as reported by Hanna Burdorf. (daughter)<br /><br />Testimony 2: Fatimah Abdughopur, as reported by Gene A. Bunin. (daughter)<br /><br />Testimony 3: Fatimah Abdughopur, as reported by Citizen Truth. (daughter)<br /><br />Testimony 4: Fatimah Abdughopur, as reported by New York Times. (daughter)<br /><br />Testimony 5|6|7|8|9: Fatimah Abdughopur, an Uyghur poet, originally from Kashgar but now based in Australia. (daughter)name: Rushangul Abdurehim<br />gender: female <br />ethnicity: Uyghur<br />occupation: retired accountant<br /><br />Address: Xingxin Huayuan Xiaoqu Dazhong Rd., Unit 7, Apt#111, Kashi, Xinjiang, 844000, ChinaThe family is from Kashgar (so likely there).Citizen Truth (Testimony 3): In June 2017, Fatimah’s mother and sister called to say that they were being “taken to the hospital”.visiting Turkey in 2015Fatimah suspects that she is in a “re-education” camp. She was in good health (no mental issues, chronic illnesses) when Fatimah last saw her.<br /><br />Update: in August 2019, Fatimah posted a tweet that showed a photo of her mother and her brother’s family, which seems to suggest that she’s been released.Tweet by her daughter Fatimah Abdulghafur (Testimony 1): @FatimahAbdulgh2 (on 12 JAN 2019)<br /><br />Testimony 9: a friend in China was able to call and contact the family.Story featured in: https://citizentruth.org/uyghurs-testimonies-of-chinese-atrocities-inside-xinjiang-camps/<br /><br />Mention in the New York Times (Testimony 4): https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/08/world/asia/china-muslims-camps.htmlTestimony 1: Fatimah Abdughopur, as reported by Hanna Burdorf. (daughter)<br /><br />Testimony 2: Fatimah Abdughopur, as reported by Gene A. Bunin. (daughter)<br /><br />Testimony 3: Fatimah Abdughopur, as reported by Citizen Truth. (daughter)<br /><br />Testimony 4: Fatimah Abdughopur, as reported by New York Times. (daughter)<br /><br />Testimony 5|6|7|8|9: Fatimah Abdughopur, an Uyghur poet, originally from Kashgar but now based in Australia. (daughter)Roshengul Abdurehim, a retired accountant.<br /><br />Address: Apt. 111, Unit 7, Xingxin Huayuan Xiaoqu Dazhong Rd., Kashgar, Xinjiang.Very likely in Kashgar.According to an interview given by Fatimah to “Citizen Truth”, her mother and sister called her in June 2017 to say that they were being “taken to the hospital”. They appear to have been released sometime in 2019.Visiting Turkey in 2015.In August 2019, Fatimah posted a tweet that shows a photo of her mother with Fatimah’s brother’s family, which seems to suggest that her mother has been released.From relatives in the region. Fatimah’s friend in China was also able to call and contact the family.In her video testimony, the victim’s daughter mentions that they last made contact on January 28, 2016.<br /><br />Story featured in: https://citizentruth.org/uyghurs-testimonies-of-chinese-atrocities-inside-xinjiang-camps/<br /><br />Mention in the New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/08/world/asia/china-muslims-camps.html<br /><br />The United Nations Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances sent an official mandate to Fatima Abdulghopur on November 18, 2019, confirming that the victim’s case had been transmitted to the Chinese government for investigation.55+FUyghurKashgarunclear (soft)Apr. 2017 – June 2017related to going abroadbanking, accounting
3088Reyhansem Abla热牙尼沙·阿不拉652924196909200048A human being who has no more patience for what is happening to the people he cares about.FriendReyhansem Abla, wife of Gheni Hoshur. Chinese name: 热牙尼沙·阿不拉, 49 years old, Uyghur, lives in Urumchi.<br /><br />She is a law-abiding Chinese citizen, a well-educated lady, can speak fluent Chinese, does not need any “re-education”.<br /><br />She got her bachelor degree from Xinjiang University of Finance & Economics. She worked as an accountant in the state-owned company for many years, and retired due to the health problem.<br /><br />She has been to abroad only twice with her husband, to Australia and South Korea with the company trip, with all Chinese colleagues.<br /><br />I believe her passport was confiscated between May to September 2017. And she was taken to the detention center in September 2017. Since then, I have not heard anything from her. I don’t even know if she is still alive.<br /><br />She has not committed any crime, she is one of the kindest, nicest ladies on the earth. I demand China immediately release her!<br /><br />[Address, as given at a testimony event: No. 160 Shengli Road, Tianshan District, Apt 1903.]UrumchiSep-17She was taken away without any reason, I assume because of going abroad.Unknown<br /><br />[in late July 2019, testifier learned from contacts in the region that the victim had allegedly returned home, but it’s unclear how reliable this is]From friendsA human being who has no more patience for what is happening to the people he cares about.Friend.Reyhansem Abla (Chinese name: 热牙尼沙·阿不拉) is the wife of Gheni Hoshur (3087). She is 49 years old [as of March 2019], Uyghur, and lives in Urumchi. She got her bachelors degree from the Xinjiang University of Finance & Economics and worked as an accountant in a state-owned company for many years before retiring because of health problems.<br /><br />She is a law-abiding Chinese citizen, and a well-educated lady who can speak fluent Chinese and does not need any “re-education”. She has been to abroad only twice with her husband, to Australia and South Korea, both times on company trips with all Chinese colleagues.<br /><br />[Her address, as provided at a testimony event, the data from which was then relayed to shahit.biz with testifiers’ consent: Apt. 1903, 160 Shengli Road, Tianshan District, Urumchi.]Urumchi.I believe her passport was confiscated sometime between May and September 2017, before she was taken to a detention center in September 2017.She was taken away without any reason. I assume it was because of going abroad.In July 2019, I got news from contacts in the region that she had returned home, but I don’t know how trustworthy this is.From friends.She has not committed any crime. She is one of the kindest, nicest ladies on earth. I demand that China release her immediately!35-55FUyghurUrumqiunclear (soft)Apr. 2017 – June 2017related to going abroadhas problemsbanking, accounting
3119Ammanisa Qemirdin652924199106290020Testimony 1: Abduweli Ayup, an Uyghur scholar, linguist, activist now living in Turkey.<br /><br />Testimony 2-3: Nejmidin Shirif.Testimony 1: No known relation.<br /><br />Testimony 2-3: The victim is the testifier’s younger sister.Ammanisa Qemirdin, an accountant at the Qarluq electronics company. She is originally from Shayar County in Aksu. She graduated from the Shanghai Foreign Languages University in 2016 (she studied Japanese).According to friend on Twitter, summoned by police in January 2017 and disappeared then.<br /><br />Testimony 2: arrested without reason in January 2018.<br /><br />Testimony 3: sent to camp in 2017. In August 2019, she started to be allowed home visits once a week.Unclear, but her friend on Twitter notes that she’s never been abroad (so that is unlikely to be the reason).In detention.<br /><br />Testimony 3: allowed home visits once a week since August 2019.Not stated.This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf18-35FUyghurJan. 2018 – Mar. 2018banking, accounting
3726Semet Qadir652925??????????O?Victim’s name is included in the Congressional-Executive Commission on China Political Prisoner DatabaseSemet Qadir, a banker from Tasheriq township (塔什艾日克乡), Xinhe (Toqsu) county, Aksu prefectureXinhe (Toqsu) county, Aksu prefecture2018&quot;Inappropriate information&quot; found on his phone.In re-education camp. The Toqsu “political reeducation” center was reportedly established inside a pre-existing Toqsu county Communist Party school facility.According to RFA, public security officials in Toqsu (Xinhe) county, Aksu prefecture, took into custody 17 employees of a Toqsu state-owned bank sometime in 2018, including Semet, who was responsible for the Tasheriq branch. RFA reported that the Toqsu employees were held in connection with “ideological problems” and for being “politically unreliable”<br /><br />https://www.cecc.gov/sites/chinacommission.house.gov/files/documents/CECC%20Pris%20List_20181011_1424.pdfMUyghurAksuconcentration campphone, computerbanking, accounting
3727Memet Niyaz65292519????????O?Victim’s name is included in the Congressional-Executive Commission on China Political Prisoner DatabaseMemet Niyaz, a 45 year old banker from Peyshenbebazar township (排先拜巴扎乡), Xinhe (Toqsu) county, Aksu prefectureXinhe (Toqsu) county, Aksu prefectureSometime in 2018&quot;Sharing inappropriate messages on WeChat&quot;In re-education camp. The Toqsu “political reeducation” center was reportedly established inside a pre-existing Toqsu county Communist Party school facility.According to RFA, public security officials in Toqsu (Xinhe) county, Aksu prefecture, took into custody 17 employees of a Toqsu state-owned bank sometime in 2018, including Memet, who was responsible for the Peyshenbebazar branch. RFA reported that the Toqsu employees were held in connection with “ideological problems” and for being “politically unreliable”<br /><br />https://www.cecc.gov/sites/chinacommission.house.gov/files/documents/CECC%20Pris%20List_20181011_1424.pdf35-55MUyghurAksuconcentration campphone, computerbanking, accounting
3728Marigul Qadir65292519????????E?Victim’s name is included in the Congressional-Executive Commission on China Political Prisoner DatabaseMarigul Qadir, a 47 year old from Tasheriq township (塔什艾日克乡), Xinhe (Toqsu) county, Aksu prefectureXinhe (Toqsu) county, Aksu prefectureSometime in 2018&quot;ideological problems&quot;In re-education camp. The Toqsu “political reeducation” center was reportedly established inside a pre-existing Toqsu county Communist Party school facility.According to RFA, public security officials in Toqsu (Xinhe) county, Aksu prefecture, took into custody 17 employees of a Toqsu state-owned bank sometime in 2018, including Marigul, who was responsible for the Tasheriq branch. RFA reported that the Toqsu employees were held in connection with “ideological problems” and for being “politically unreliable”<br /><br />https://www.cecc.gov/sites/chinacommission.house.gov/files/documents/CECC%20Pris%20List_20181011_1424.pdf35-55FUyghurAksuconcentration campproblematic thoughtsbanking, accounting
3815Alim Ehmet65292519????????O?shahit.biz part-timerAlim Ehmet (or Ahmet), a 32 year old bankerToqsu county seat (托克苏镇), Xinhe (Toqsu) county, Aksu prefectureSometime in 2018&quot;ideological problems&quot;In re-education camp. The Toqsu “political reeducation” center was reportedly established inside a pre-existing Toqsu county Communist Party school facility.https://www.cecc.gov/sites/chinacommission.house.gov/files/documents/CECC%20Pris%20List_20181011_1424.pdf (Congressional-Executive Commission on China Political Prisoner Database)According to RFA, public security officials in Toqsu (Xinhe) county, Aksu prefecture, took into custody 17 employees of a Toqsu state-owned bank sometime in 2018, including Alim, who was responsible for the county seat branch. RFA reported that the Toqsu employees were held in connection with “ideological problems” and for being “politically unreliable”18-35MUyghurAksuconcentration campproblematic thoughtsbanking, accounting
5008Yusup Muhemmed65282319????????O?Ilminur Yusuf, from Lopnur, Bayingilon.FatherYusuf Muhammad. He was working at Agricultural Bank of China in Lopnur county before detention.[Presumably in Bayingolin, as that’s where the family is from.]March 27th, 2017unclearConcentration campunclearMUyghurBayingolinconcentration campJan. 2017 – Mar. 2017banking, accounting
5050Seydiehmet Seydimemet653224198???????O?Tohtirozi, an Uyghur now living in Germany.The victim is the younger brother of the testifier’s former neighbor.Seydi’ehmet Seydimemet, 38 (as of July 2019), an accountant. He’s married and has 2 kids.<br /><br />Address: Bagcha Neighborhood (mehelle), Qaghliq Village, Dol Township, Lop County, Hotan Prefecture.[Presumably in Hotan.]It’s been more than a month (as of July 2019).In a concentration camp.Through contacts in the region.Tohtirozi, an Uyghur now living in Germany.The victim is the younger brother of the testifier’s former neighbor.Seydi’ehmet Seydimemet, 38 (as of July 2019), an accountant. He’s married and has 2 kids.<br /><br />Address: Bagcha Neighborhood (mehelle), Qaghliq Village, Dol Township, Lop County, Hotan Prefecture.[Presumably in Hotan.]It’s been more than a month (as of July 2019).In a concentration camp.Through contacts in the region.35-55MUyghurHotanconcentration campApr. 2019 – June 2019banking, accounting
5150Metrozi Jumeniyaz653222194???????O?J., database volunteerN/AMetrozi Jumaniyaz, a 75 year-old retiree from a financial management office in Moyu county, Hotan prefecture.<br /><br />Address: Zawa Township, Qaraqash County, Hoten PrefectureAn unnamed township in Moyu countyAround May 2018<br /><br />(RFA Uyghur report says that he was in camp for almost 2 years, though)Released from camp in mid-July, 2019RFA article: https://www.rfa.org/english/news/uyghur/camps-graduate-08022019165547.html<br />https://www.rfa.org/uyghur/xewerler/lager-08032019010546.htmlIn the camp, he broke his hip bone and was also taken to a hospital at some point (his wife’s testimony)55+MUyghurHotanApr. 2018 – June 2018has problemsbanking, accounting
6079Elzat Eli伊力扎提·艾力65????19931003??O?Testimony 1: @jason79188831, an unverified Twitter account. (friend)<br /><br />Testimony 2: Sufane Alimjan, an Uyghur now living abroad. (acquaintance)Elzat Eli, an accountant.<br /><br />Passport number: E12566390.Testimony 2: He was taken back to Ghulja from the Urumchi airport when he got back from Turkey in 2016. In 2017, he was released from camp because of heavy illness and received treatment in the hospital. Then, on September 22, 2018, he was taken to camp again, with no news since.Assumed to be in detention. Testifier says that he’s had no news of him.Not stated.Testimony 1: @jason79188831, an unverified Twitter account. (friend)<br /><br />Testimony 2: Sufane Alimjan, an Uyghur now living abroad. (acquaintance)Elzat Eli, an accountant.<br /><br />Passport number: E12566390.[Presumably in Ili.]After returning from Turkey in 2016, when he was taken back to Ghulja from the Urumqi airport, and later taken to camp. In 2017, he was released from the camp because of serious health issues, and would receive treatment at the hospital. Then, on September 22, 2018, he was taken to camp again, with no news since.No news since he was last taken to camp in late 2018.Not stated.18-35MUyghurIlino news for over a yearbefore 2017has problemsbanking, accounting
8440Hajire Rozi652925197001230029Testimony 1|2: Qedriye Ghopur, originally from Aksu but now residing in Norway. (daughter)Her name is Hajire Rozi. She was born on the 23rd of January in 1970 in Toqsu County, Aksu Prefecture. She has worked as an accountant in Bureau of Cultural Sports in Toqsu, Aksu more than 20 years. <br />Her ID number is 652925197001230029; Passport number is E09201405.Unclear, as sentenced.In June 2017.According to the testifier, having sent the testifier abroad to study and having visited the testifier in Istanbul in in May 2015.The victim has been sentenced for 10 years in prison after having been kept in the camp nearly two years.Not Stated. However, the testifier says, in April 2019, she learnt that the victim was sentenced without having informed any family members of the victim.Testimony 1|2: Qedriye Ghopur, originally from Aksu but now residing in Norway. (daughter)1035-55FUyghursentencedApr. 2017 – June 2017related to going abroadbanking, accounting
8469Abdugheni Hudaberdi652927194805060271Abdurehim Gheni, an Uyghur activist famous for his solo protests in Amsterdam. (son)His name is Abdugheni Hudaberdi. He is 72 years old and he is retired from the agricultural bank of Uchturpan County. His address is No.10, Qashbuy Street, Uchturpan County, Aksu Prefecture.[Presumably in Aksu.]Unknown.Unknown.Unknown. The testifier has completely lost contact with the victim since the 23rd of May 2017 so he doesn’t know if the victim is still alive, or in the camps, or in prison.He hasn’t been able to contact them.In July 2018, the testifier wrote to the King of Netherlands Willem Alexander, Prime Minister Mark Rutte, and Minister of Foreign Affairs Stef Blok, asking them to help him inquire about his family members. They replied to him that his request had been entrusted to the Minister of Foreign Affairs. But there isn’t any news about his family. In June 2019, again, he wrote to Minister of Foreign Affairs of Netherlands, asking them to help him enquire about his family in diplomatic ways and they replied to him in July 2019, informing him that they had contacted the Embassy in China; asked them about his family, and they were asking about Chinese spelling of his family members’ names. He sent them what he was asked in the letter. He waited for three months and there was no reply from the Minister of Foreign Affairs. He wrote them again. He got a reply from them in November 2019 that read, we have contacted China’s Embassy, but they haven’t replied yet; we will get back to you when the Chinese Embassy replies to us. He hasn’t been replied back; the Chinese Embassy hasn’t responded yet.Abdurehim Gheni, an Uyghur activist famous for his solo protests in Amsterdam. (son)55+MUyghurAksuno news for over a yearbanking, accounting
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