Detained & imprisoned (medicine)

Entry Victim’s Name Chinese name ID no. About the Testifier Relation About the Victim Assumed Location When Detention Took Place Detention Reason Victim’s Status How Testifier Learned of Status Additional Info About 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) Age Gender Ethnicity Location Detention type Detention time Detention reason Official detention reason (1) Official detention reason (2) Official detention reason (3) Health status Profession
51 Omer Turdi 65280119????????O? Testimony 1-2: Anwar<br />Currently reside in the Netherlands<br />Originally from Korla City’s Karayulghun Village Testimony 1-2: The victim is Anwar’s brother. Omarjan Turdi, a medical doctor. Unclear. (presumably in Konasheher) Beginning of 2018. 1) Having visited Anwar in the Netherlands in 2014.<br />2) Refusing to follow government order not to treat patients who wore hijabs or grew beards. In a “re-education camp”.<br /><br />Testimony 2 (update): the testifier “recently” (as of September 2019) learned that the victim has been released from camp and appears to be in normal health. Unclear. Testimony 2: the testifier mentions not being able to communicate with his other family members and appeals for contact to be restored. Enwer, originally from Korla’s Qarayulghun Township, now resides in the Netherlands. The victim is Enwer’s brother. Omer Turdi is a medical doctor. [Presumably in Korla, as that’s where the family appears to be from.] Taken to camp in the beginning of 2018. Enwer provides two reasons:<br /><br />1) Having visited Enwer in the Netherlands in 2014.<br />2) Refusing to follow a government order not to treat patients who wear hijabs or grow beards. According to Enwer in September 2019, he’s recently learned that his brother is out of camp and apparently in normal health. Not stated. Enwer mentions not being able to communicate with his other family members and appeals for contact to be restored. M Uyghur Bayingolin unclear (soft) Jan. 2018 – Mar. 2018 challenging authority medicine
269 Rizwangul Musa 650105197210????E? گۈلپەرى زۇنۇن سىڭلىم 1.رىزۋانگۈل مۇسا سىڭلىم .1972-يىلى 10-ئايدا ئۈرۈمچى شىمىگو رايونى تىكقۇدۇقتا تۇغۇلغان خىزمەت ئورنى شىمگو رايونلۇق لىۇداۋەن يولى 340-نومۇر شىمگو رايونلۇق خەلق دوختۇرخانىسى مىساتوڭ داۋالاش پونكىتى «水磨沟区六道湾路340号水区人民医院美沙酮门诊» <br />سىڭلىم 2017-يىلى 10-ئاينىڭ 16-كۇنى لىۇداۋەن ساخچىخانا تەرىپىدىن سورايدىغان ئش با دەپ چاقىرىلىپ سوراق قىلىنىپ ئاندىن قولىغا كىشەن سالغان ھالدا ئۈگۈنۈشكە بارىدۇ دەپ ئېلىپ كېتىلگەن .تۇتۇلۇش سەۋەبى بولسا سىڭلىمنىڭ ئومرىدە بىرىنجى قېتىم تۈركىيەگە ساياھەتكە چىققانلىغى بولغان .تا ھازىرغىچە ھىچقانداق خەۋىرى يوق .ئز دېرەكسىز .بۇ سەۋەبلىك ئاكام ئاچاملانىڭ بىر-بىرىنىك ئۆيىگە بېرش ۋە تېلفونلىشىشى چەكلەنگەن .ھەتتا ئاپامنىڭ ئۆيىگىمۇ ئەركىن ئازادە چىقالمايدىكەن . بىلمەيمەن ليۇداۋان ساقچىخانىسى تەرىپىدىن 2017-10-16 تۈركىيىگە ساياھەتكە چىققانلىقى ئۈچۈن بىلمەيمەن باشقىلار ئارقىلىق بىلدىم Gulperi Zunun. The victim is my younger sister. Rizwangul Musa was born in October 1972 in Urumqi’s Shuimogou District. She worked at the People’s Hospital in the same district, in the Meishatong ambulant clinic on 340 Liudaowan Road. [Presumably in Urumqi.] She was first questioned by local police on October 16, 2017, and then sent to a re-education camp with her hands shackled. She was detained mainly because of her trip to Turkey. We have not gotten any information about her since the arrest, and my family members were restricted from visiting one another. My siblings could not even visit their own mother freely. [“from others”, writes the testifier.] 35-55 F Uyghur Urumqi concentration camp Oct. 2017 – Dec. 2017 related to going abroad medicine
490 Shawkat Nurmamat 654002??????????O? Maryam Abdureem from Ghulja City and currently living in Austria Auntie Shawkat Nurmamat from Ghulja was taken into an internment camp 2017 November.<br />Found about his internment in September 2018.<br />Studied as a veterinarian and worked in his chosen field Ghulja city Nov-17 Not known internment camp not disclosed M Uyghur Ili concentration camp Oct. 2017 – Dec. 2017 medicine
491 Latif Nurmemet 654002??????????E? Maryam Abdureem is originally from Ghulja and currently living in Austria Niece Latif Nurmemet is a Nurse and was working in the local hospital. <br />Was taken to an internment camp in November 2017 Ghulja Nov-17 Not known Internment camp Not disclosed F Uyghur Ili concentration camp Oct. 2017 – Dec. 2017 medicine
1102 Zulhumar Ismayil 65292319????????E? J. Bagdonas, database volunteer N/A Zulhumar Ismail, a doctor at Kucha’s People’s Hospital. presumably in Kucha county, Aksu prefecture On June 2017, she cut off her WeChat’s foreign contacts Unclear Info from a testimony document F Uyghur Aksu medicine
1553 Abbas Eset 65????19????????O? Anonymous volunteer None Abbas Eset is a faculty member of Xinjiang Medical University. He was detained by the local authorities and whereabouts of the victim is still unknown.<br /><br />From “Uyghuriya Alip”‘s Facebook post on April 9, 2019 (which seems to contradict Abduweli Ayup’s information that he’s been released):<br /><br />”China! Where is my English teacher Abbas Asset? He is postdoctoral of Stomatology, a member of Asia Dental Center, and College English Test(CET)bands 4and 6 exams remarking expert, most surprisingly he got IELTS full marks(IELTS full mark is 9). he had been working Department of Stomatology at China -Xinjiang Medical University. Also, he has some research and thesis in SCI and another scientific journal. In addition, he is a builder of Pioneers English Training Program, so he has offered opportunities to others and has relieved Chinese Communist Parties employment pressure. Also, his father has retired from the education system and his mother has retired from the medical field. Their family had been worked to the Chinese communist party. Abbas Asset disappeared from March 2018 and has sentenced for 15year in the Chinese prison, but he never needs to Chinese re-education.” Unclear March 2018, according to student’s Facebook post. Unclear According to Abduweli Ayup, he was released “recently” (as of May 13, 2019). Some friends had told him, saying that the victim’s WeChat became active again. UHRP report UHRP report: https://docs.uhrp.org/pdf/UHRP_Disappeared_Forever_.pdf<br /><br />This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf M Uyghur Urumqi unclear (soft) Jan. 2018 – Mar. 2018 medicine
1727 Gulshen Abbas 古丽先·阿巴斯 650103196206122322 Testimony 1: Rushan Abbas, as reported by Associated Press. (sister)<br /><br />Testimony 2: Rushan Abbas, as reported by Washington Post. (sister)<br /><br />Testimony 3: Rushan Abbas, as reported by New York Times. (sister)<br /><br />Testimony 4: Abduweli Ayup, a language activist, linguist, and writer, originally from Kashgar but now residing in Norway. (relation unclear)<br /><br />Testimony 5|6: Ziba Murat, the daughter of Gulshen Abbas, lives in the US. (daughter)<br /><br />Testimony 7: Hanna Burdorf, a postgraduate research student at the University of Newcastle.<br /><br />Testimony 8: Rushan Abbas, an Uyghur-American activist. (sister) name: Dr. Gulshan Abbas<br />gender: female <br />ethnicity: Uyghur<br /><br />She was a doctor at the Xinjiang Oil Field Company MingYuan Workers Hospital. <br /><br />Address: Apt. 302, third floor, 318 Shengli Road, Urumqi.<br /><br />Chinese passport number: E23022399<br /><br />Phone number: 13999880877. She spent her whole life in Urumqi. Disappeared on September 11, 2018 (confirmed by Rushan Abbas). unknown, but strong reason to believe it’s related to her sister’s activism in a “re-education” camp and in a clothes factory, according to media reports, but these are not factual [according to Rushan Abbas, there has been no news of her sister since her disappearance]<br /><br />”no news since disappearance” (Rushan Abbas in personal correspondence)<br /><br />According to the article on Citizen Truth (https://citizentruth.org/uyghurs-testimonies-of-chinese-atrocities-inside-xinjiang-camps/), Gulshan had to retire because of personal health issues.<br /><br />[update: someone who went to her apartment in Urumqi in mid-September 2019 found the apartment sealed] https://www.bonnercountydailybee.com/article/20181217/AP/312179983 (Testimony 1) (published 19 DEC 2018) This story has also been covered in the Washington Post (Testimony 2): https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/democracy-post/wp/2018/10/19/my-aunt-and-sister-in-china-have-vanished-are-they-being-punished-for-my-activism/<br /><br />and in the New York Times (Testimony 3): https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/18/world/asia/uighur-muslims-china-detainment.html<br /><br />This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at (Testimony 4): shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf<br /><br />Rushan Abbas’s testimony (Testimony 8): https://www.foreign.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/040919_Abbas_Testimony.pdf Testimony 1: Rushan Abbas, as reported by Associated Press. (sister)<br /><br />Testimony 2: Rushan Abbas, as reported by Washington Post. (sister)<br /><br />Testimony 3: Rushan Abbas, as reported by New York Times. (sister)<br /><br />Testimony 4: Abduweli Ayup, a language activist, linguist, and writer, originally from Kashgar but now residing in Norway. (relation unclear)<br /><br />Testimony 5|6: Ziba Murat, the daughter of Gulshen Abbas, lives in the US. (daughter)<br /><br />Testimony 7: Hanna Burdorf, a postgraduate research student at the University of Newcastle.<br /><br />Testimony 8: Rushan Abbas, an Uyghur-American activist. (sister) Gulshen Abbas was a doctor at the Xinjiang Oil Field Company Mingyuan Workers Hospital. She spent her whole life in Urumqi, and at one point had to retire because of personal health issues.<br /><br />Address: Apt. 302, Third Floor, 318 Shengli Road, Urumqi.<br /><br />Chinese passport number: E23022399<br /><br />Phone number: 13999880877 [Presumably in Urumqi.] September 11, 2018. Both Rushan Abbas’s sister and aunt disappeared soon after Rushan spoke publicly about the situation in Xinjiang, and so it is very likely that the reason is Rushan’s activism. No news since her disappearance. Someone who went to her apartment in Urumqi in mid-September 2019 said that the apartment was sealed by the Public Security Bureau. The story has been featured in the media, as presented by Rushan Abbas. Rushan’s gotten info from contacts in the region.<br /><br />There is also eyewitness information from someone who went to her apartment. Daughter’s website: https://all4mom.org/<br /><br />Sister’s written testimony: https://www.foreign.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/040919_Abbas_Testimony.pdf<br /><br />Coverage in the Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/democracy-post/wp/2018/10/19/my-aunt-and-sister-in-china-have-vanished-are-they-being-punished-for-my-activism/<br /><br />Coverage in the New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/18/world/asia/uighur-muslims-china-detainment.html<br /><br />Coverage in the New Statesman: https://www.newstatesman.com/world/asia/2019/08/chinas-missing-million-search-disappeared-uyghurs<br /><br />Mention in UHRP report: https://docs.uhrp.org/pdf/UHRP_RepressionAcrossBorders.pdf<br /><br />This victim is also included in the list of prominent detained Uyghurs, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf 55+ F Uyghur Urumqi no news for over a year July 2018 – Sep. 2018 relative(s) has problems medicine
1827 Nejibulla Ablet 乃吉布拉·阿布来提 653129198802120011 Testimony 1|2|3|4|6: Muhemmed&apos;eli Ablet, originally from Peyzawat County but now living in the United States. (brother)<br /><br />Testimony 5: Abduweli Ayup, a language activist, linguist, and writer, originally from Kashgar but now residing in Norway. (relation unclear)<br /><br />Testimony 7: Muhemmed&apos;eli Ablet, as reported by Gene A. Bunin. (brother) Nejibulla Ablet, 30 years old Uyghur man. He went to high school in inner China. Graduated with a medical degree in 2012 (also in inner China), and worked as a cardiologist and endocrinologist in Kashgar District First People‘s Hospital (Kirembagh Hospital). He’s a fluent Mandarin speaker. Father of 2. Kucha county, Aksu prefecture (based on hearsay, not confirmed) On February 20, 2018, he was summoned by a local police in Kashgar for a talk. unknown Missing since he was summoned by police. Detained without any due trial/process. unclear When the testifier tried to call the hospital where the victim was employed, he was told by the staff that they could not provide information about other staff as instructed by government notice.<br /><br />This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals (Testimony 5), available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf Testimony 1|2|3|4|6: Muhemmed&apos;eli Ablet, originally from Peyzawat County but now living in the United States. (brother)<br /><br />Testimony 5: Abduweli Ayup, a language activist, linguist, and writer, originally from Kashgar but now residing in Norway. (relation unclear)<br /><br />Testimony 7: Muhemmed&apos;eli Ablet, as reported by Gene A. Bunin. (brother) Nejibulla Ablet was a cardiologist and endocrinologist at the Kashgar No. 1 People’s Hospital (also known as Kirembagh Hospital). He finished both high school (Nanjing Advanced High School) and university (clinical medicine, Northwestern Nationalities University (西北民族大学), 2012) in inner China, and speaks Mandarin fluently. He’s a father of two. The testifier says that he heard that his brother is in Aksu’s Kucha County. However, he adds that he has not been able to confirm this. The victim was summoned by local Kashgar police for a talk on February 20, 2018, and has been missing since. No news of him since he was summoned by the police. Testifier says that he was detained without any due process. Not stated. When Muhemmed’eli tried to call the hospital where his brother was employed, he was told by the staff that they could not provide information about other staff, as instructed by a government notice.<br /><br />This victim is included in the list of prominent detained Uyghurs, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf 18-35 M Uyghur Aksu no news for over a year Jan. 2018 – Mar. 2018 medicine
2173 Chimangul Zikri 65????19????????E? H. information publicly available name: Qimangul Zikri<br />gender: female <br />ethnicity: Uyghur<br />age: 72 (as of 23 FEB 2018) <br />occupation: pharmacist <br /><br />She is the mother of Gulchehra Hoja, a journalist working for RFA.<br />On 1 Feb 2018, she was detained for one month and released in March 2018. Since she suffers from a hear disease which grew more severe in detention and just had had foot surgery, she was released to a hospital and later able to return home. She has stopped answering calls from her daughter since October 2018. She is under house arrest and not allowed to see the doctor without the permission from Chinese authorities. probably Urumchi 1-Feb-18 because her daughter works as a journalist for RFA house arrest https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2018/03/uighur-journalists-unbreakable-resolve-to-help-detained-family/ (published 16 Mar 2018)<br />https://justpaste.it/1hgr4 (published 23 FEB 2018)<br />http://www1.alliancefr.com/actualites/les-musulmans-ouigours-en-chine-maltraites-pour-les-reportages-de-leurs-proches-aux-etats-unis-6072795 (published 13 Dec 2018)<br />https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/14/asia/uyghur-china-xinjiang-interview-intl/ (published 15 NOV 2018) Mention in the CECC report: https://www.cecc.gov/sites/chinacommission.house.gov/files/documents/CECC%20Pris%20List_20181011_1424.pdf 55+ F Uyghur Urumqi house/town arrest Jan. 2018 – Mar. 2018 relative(s) has problems medicine
2296 Nurmemet Emet 努尔买买提·艾买提 65????19????????O? Testimony 1: Abduweli Ayup, a language activist, linguist, and writer, originally from Kashgar but now residing in Norway. (relation unclear)<br /><br />Testimony 2: Xinjiang People&apos;s Procuratorate, the official prosecuting government body for Xinjiang. Nurmemet Emet. He was the president of the Uyghur traditional medicine department of Xinjiang Medical University.<br /><br />From public sources: Former laboratory technician at Central Laboratory of Xinjiang Medical University (新疆医科大学中心实验室原实验员) unknown (possibly in Urumqi) unknown unknown [possibly] in detention<br /><br />As of July 2018, there was an ongoing investigation and prosecution on suspected corruption and bribery (according to official notice). The XUAR People’s Procuratorate has handed the case over to the People’s Procuratorate of Urumchi for prosecution. Not stated. This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals (Testimony 1), available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf<br /><br />Official notice (Testimony 2): https://web.archive.org/save/http://www.xj.jcy.gov.cn/jwgk/qwfb/201808/t20180818_2331019.shtml<br /><br />Mentioned in list of 41 doctors arrested around China: http://archive.is/L4fa9 Testimony 1: Abduweli Ayup, a language activist, linguist, and writer, originally from Kashgar but now residing in Norway. (relation unclear)<br /><br />Testimony 2: Xinjiang People&apos;s Procuratorate, the official prosecuting government body for Xinjiang. Nurmemet Emet was the president of the Uyghur Traditional Medicine Department at Xinjiang Medical University, as well as a laboratory technician at the university’s central laboratory (新疆医科大学中心实验室原实验员).<br /><br />He has co-authored a number of academic articles, including ones in international, peer-reviewed journals, with his colleague and also victim Halmurat Ghopur. [Presumably in Urumqi as this is where his case is being handled.] It is unclear when he was initially detained, but an official notice from July 25, 2018 states that his case is being handed over to the Urumqi People’s Procuratorate for inspection and prosecution [so, it is likely he was detained in the early summer or in the spring of the same year]. The official charges against him are “corruption” and “accepting bribes”. Most likely in custody as his case is being handled, but this is not confirmed. It is not clear how Abduweli Ayup learned of his arrest or disappearance.<br /><br />The notice of his case being transferred for prosecution comes from an official government body. This victim is included in the list of prominent detained Uyghurs, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf<br /><br />He is mentioned in a list of 41 doctors arrested around China: http://archive.is/L4fa9 M Uyghur Urumqi taking bribes corruption medicine
2314 Abduqeyum Tewekkul 6531??19????????O? This victim is placed in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals made by Abduweli Ayup. none Abduqeyyum Tewekkul. He was a medical doctor at Kashgar People’s Hospital (also known as Kirembagh Hospital). He is currently in detention and situation is unknown. [Presumably in Kashgar.] unknown unknown unknown unclear This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf<br /><br />RFA coverage: https://www.rfa.org/uyghur/xewerler/qeshqer-kerembagh-09112019115714.html (report mentions that a lot of people from this hospital are in camps) M Uyghur Kashgar unclear (hard) medicine
2315 Enwer Abdukerim 6531??19????????O? This victim is placed in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals made by Abduweli Ayup. none Enwer Abdukerim. He was a medical doctor at Kashgar county level people’s hospital (in the RFA report, it says he was a doctor at the Kashgar People’s Hospital, or the Kirembagh Hospital). He is now in detention and current situation is unknown. unknown (possibly in Kashgar) unknown unknown RFA report: still in camp unclear This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf<br /><br />RFA coverage: https://www.rfa.org/uyghur/xewerler/qeshqer-kerembagh-09112019115714.html M Uyghur Kashgar concentration camp medicine
2847 Husen Hesen 65??????????????O? Abduweli Ayup, an Uyghur scholar, linguist, activist now living in Turkey. No known relation. Husen Hesen, a physician at the Kucha Uyghur Medicine Hospital. Possibly in Aksu. Unclear. Detained. Unclear. This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf M Uyghur Aksu unclear (hard) medicine
2848 Ebeydulla Hesen 65??????????????O? Abduweli Ayup, an Uyghur scholar, linguist, activist now living in Turkey. No known relation. Ebeydulla Hesen, a physician from the XUAR Uyghur Medicine Hospital. Unclear. Detained. Unclear. This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf M Uyghur unclear (hard) medicine
2849 Tahir Hesen ??????19????????O? Abduweli Ayup, an Uyghur scholar, linguist, activist now living in Turkey. No known relation. Tahir Hesen, a physician at the Kucha People’s Hospital. [Presumably in Aksu.] RFA report: believed to be detained for about one year (as of September 2019). RFA report: A security personel suggested that the victim has been arrested because of having conacted to “dangerous people” overseas. Another National Security personel of Kucha County confirmed his detention and the reason of his arrest. Detained. Unclear. This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf<br /><br />RFA coverage: https://www.rfa.org/uyghur/xewerler/tahir-hesen-09272019205838.html M Uyghur Aksu unclear (hard) contact with outside world medicine
2850 Dolqun Tursun 65??????????????O? Abduweli Ayup, an Uyghur scholar, linguist, activist now living in Turkey. No known relation. Dolqun Tursun, from the XUAR Department of Preventive Medicine. Unclear. Detained. Unclear. This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf M Uyghur unclear (hard) medicine
2851 Ilham Imam 65??????????????O? Abduweli Ayup, an Uyghur scholar, linguist, activist now living in Turkey. No known relation. Ilham Imam, an ENT specialist at the XUAR Medical University Hospital. Unclear. Detained.<br /><br />[According to a July 25, 2019 post by Abduweli Ayup, he is believed to be released.] Unclear. This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf M Uyghur unclear (soft) medicine
2852 Abdurehim Emet 阿布都热衣木·艾麦提 653101198705132014 Testimony 1: Abduweli Ayup, an Uyghur scholar, linguist, activist now living in Norway.<br /><br />Testimony 2: Qedirye Emet is from Kashgar and has been living in Istanbul, Turkey for over nine years. Testimony 1: No known relation.<br /><br />Testimony 2: Older brother. Abdurehimjan Emet, a physician at the XUAR Uyghur Medicine Hospital. He graduated from the Xi’an Jiaotong University.<br /><br />Address: No. 151, First Entrance, Building No. 2, Residence No. 155, Qizildowe Street, Kashgar City, Xinjiang. [Presumably in Kashgar.] Unclear. Testimony 2: unclear, but his sister says that he has never been abroad, is excellent in his work, and is very hardworking. Detained. Unclear. This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf 18-35 M Uyghur Kashgar unclear (hard) medicine
2922 Sare Islam 萨热·伊斯拉木 652401194303090525 Testimony 1-3: Mardan Ablezuly, born on May 11, 1977, is now a Kazakhstan citizen. His ID number is 16454884. Testimony 1-3: mother Sara Islam, born on March 9, 1943, is a Chinese citizen. She worked at Yili Prefecture Friendship Hospital (伊犁州友谊医院) as a gynecologist and retired. She is a well-educated and well-known doctor in the region. Her passport number is G51081781178 (expired); her Kazakhstan green card number is 026050047. She went to her hometown in China in April 2017 as she was summoned by her old work unit and had her passport taken. In Autumn the same year, local police announced her to be re-educated and her relative was a guarantor so she could stay at home not in the camp. Unfortunately, her relative passed away in January 2018 and she was taken to the camp on March 10, 2018, and released to house arrest after three days because they started implementing a new policy which allows the elderly older than 70 to stay at home. She has been staying at home since but she was refused to get a new passport. There are two people from the community (社区) who visit her once a month. They bring presents for her and stay overnight. she suffers from diabetes, hypertension and coronary heart disease.<br /><br />Address: Ili Kazakh autonomous prefecture, Yining city, Ahmetijan Street (阿合买提江路), Fourth Alley, No. 2, Building 4, Unit 4, Third Floor, Apt No. 406 Yining city, Yili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture end of April 2017 installing Whatsapp client on her phone the local authorities are not issuing her a passport<br /><br />[from testifier on June 10, 2019: the passport is ready, but they won’t give it to her because she is Uyghur] He regularly contacts with the victim through Wechat.<br /><br />In Testimony 3, however, he says that he can no longer call her directly. She had been living in Kazakhstan with her youngest son and she had a small clinic in Almaty.<br /><br />The testifier has gone to the Chinese consulate in Almaty several times. Their answers have been positive but there’s never been any progress. He sent her mother an invitation letter, but the local authorities didn’t issue her a passport. They never say no, but they don’t do anything either.<br /><br />Testimony 3: Chinese officials required Abliz to send his documents to “clarify a mistake”, since Abliz’s application for citizenship had 1977 written as year of birth, when in fact it was 1973. All testimonies are delivered by Merdan Abliz, an Uyghur-Kazakh athlete and businessman originally from Ghulja but now a Kazakhstan citizen residing in Almaty. The victim is Merdan’s mother. Sara Islam is a well-known doctor in the Ghulja region, having previously worked at the Ili Prefecture Friendship Hospital (伊犁州友谊医院) as a gynecologist but having now retired. She had been living in Almaty with her youngest son and had a small clinic there.<br /><br />Address: Apt. 406, Third Floor, Fourth Entrance, Building No. 4, No. 2 Fourth Alley, Ehmetjan Road (阿合买提江路), Ghulja (Yining) City, Ili, Xinjiang.<br /><br />She is a Chinese citizen. Her Chinese passport (expired) number: G15081178. Her Kazakhstan green card (expired) number: 026050047. At her home in Yining. She went to her hometown in China in April 2017 as she had been summoned by her old work unit, and had her passport confiscated upon her return. In the fall of the same year, local police announced that she needed to be re-educated, but allowed her to stay at home, without going to camp, by making one of her relatives a guarantor. Unfortunately, this relative passed away in January 2018, which resulted in her being taken to camp on March 10, 2018. However, she was released to house arrest 3 days later because of a new policy that allowed elderly people above 70 to stay at home. Installing WhatsApp on her phone. She has been staying at home, but has not been given a new passport by the authorities, even though all the procedures are supposedly complete and the passport itself is ready. Her family in Kazakhstan claims that someone in the government office told her that the reason was simply her ethnicity – although the family is ethnically mixed with most members Kazakh, Sara Islam is Uyghur and for this reason is not being given her passport (which would allow her to reunite with her family in Kazakhstan).<br /><br />There are two people from the neighborhood administration office (社区) who visit her once a month, bringing presents and staying overnight. She is supposedly very liked by the people in the neighborhood.<br /><br />Her family in Kazakhstan worries as she is elderly and has no one to look after her, however. This is especially worrying as she suffers from diabetes, hypertension, and coronary heart disease. The testifier and the victim are able to stay in touch directly via WeChat, without major limitations. The victim can also call her family in Kazakhstan from a special office reserved for such phone calls. The testifier has gone to the Chinese consulate in Almaty several times. Their answers have been positive, but there’s never been any progress. 55+ F Uyghur Ili documents withheld Apr. 2017 – June 2017 phone, computer has problems medicine
2939 Dilshat Alim 65????19820217??O? Mmm Old classmate, friend Dilshat Alim. À full time surgeon at a prestigious hospital of uyghur region (number2 hospital, Urumqi ) since 2008 . Had masters dgeee in clinic . A father of two boys (3&amp;6 years old) and a husband . Was taken into concentration camp in late December 2018. He was hard working and law-abiding man, excels in his career and in Chinese language , therefore he dosen’t need so called technical trainings of any kind . unknown Late December 2018 Non Was healthy before he was taken<br /><br />[testifier update on July 18, 2019: released from camp recently, and according to coded information from the region may have been able to come back to his old job at the hospital] From relatives and his friends in diaspora Date of birth : 17/02/1982.<br /><br />[This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf] 35-55 M Uyghur Urumqi unclear (soft) Oct. 2018 – Dec. 2018 medicine
3052 Sayragul Rozi 65??????????????E? Testimony 1: Adile Sadir, now living in Boston, where she is the owner of an Uyghur restaurant. She obtained a bachelor&apos;s degree from UMass Boston. (cousin)<br /><br />Testimony 2|4: Mariye Muhemmed, originally from Atush but now residing in Boston, where she helps operate an Uyghur restaurant. (aunt)<br /><br />Testimony 3: Anonymous, but with a verified identity. (relation unclear)<br /><br />Testimony 5|6: Mariye Muhemmed, as reported by Gene A. Bunin. (aunt) Sayragul Rozi (沙日古*肉孜).<br /><br />According to information provided at a testimony event in early 2019 (Testimony 3), she lives in Urumqi and is a veterinary science graduate from a top Chinese university. Testimony 2+5: October 1, 2017.<br /><br />Early 2018, according to info provided at a testimony event in early 2019. earlier: In a concentration camp, according to the testifier.<br /><br />Testimony 5: no news since her detention.<br /><br />Testimony 6: in late March / early April 2020, Mariye got news that the victim (and about 10 other relatives) had been released. Testimony 5: the victim wrote the testifier to say that she was being taken away. Testimony 1: Adile Sadir, now living in Boston, where she is the owner of an Uyghur restaurant. She obtained a bachelor&apos;s degree from UMass Boston. (cousin)<br /><br />Testimony 2|4: Mariye Muhemmed, originally from Atush but now residing in Boston, where she helps operate an Uyghur restaurant. (aunt)<br /><br />Testimony 3: Anonymous, but with a verified identity. (relation unclear)<br /><br />Testimony 5|6: Mariye Muhemmed, as reported by Gene A. Bunin. (aunt) F Uyghur unclear (soft) medicine
3157 Ruqiye Jappar 652101198509021826 Abdulla Tohti Arish Sister in law My brother’s wife Ruqiya Jappar was born in 2 Sep 1985 and her Chinese national ID number is 652101198509021826. She had completed her Masters at Zhe Jiang University in 2013 and was working as Nutritionist in Altebir Biotechnology LLC in Urumchi. She was detained and taken to the Concentration Camp in October 2017. Urumqi Oct 2017<br /><br />[testifier: released sometime in mid-late 2019] Born in East Turkistan, Born As Uyghur, Born As Muslim Via Han Chinese Friend [mentioned in: https://www.australianherald.com/news/260012982/new-zealand-shooting-suspect-praised-china-for-lacking-diversity (published 19 MAR 2019)] 18-35 F Uyghur Urumqi unclear (soft) Oct. 2017 – Dec. 2017 medicine
3186 Abduqeyum Yasin 65????19????????O? Abduweli Ayup, an Uyghur scholar, linguist, activist now living in Turkey. No known relation. Abduqeyum Yasin, a physician at the Kashgar No. 1 People’s Hospital. Likely in Kashgar, given his position. Not stated. In detention. Not stated. This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf M Uyghur Kashgar unclear (hard) medicine
3188 Yasinjan Tohti 65????19????????O? Abduweli Ayup, an Uyghur scholar, linguist, activist now living in Turkey. No known relation. Yasinjan Tohti, a pharmacist at the Kashgar Uyghur Medicine Hospital. Not stated. In detention. Not stated. This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf M Uyghur unclear (hard) medicine
3330 Abduhelil Ela 6502??19????????O? Testimony 1|2: Nebijan Ela, originally from Karamay but now residing in Sweden. (brother) Abduhelil Ela. He is 52 years old. He worked as a doctor/surgeon for the Urumqi Pulmonary Hospital. He is now in a concentration camp. Testimony 2: unclear if in a concentration camp in Urumqi or Karamay (or if sentenced) January 2018, according to the list of detained intellectuals. unknown Testimony 2: unclear if in camp or sentenced unclear Testifier testified for the victim on twitter as part of #metoouyghur movement. https://twitter.com/750829na/status/1097916187160268802<br /><br />This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf Testimony 1|2: Nebijan Ela, originally from Karamay but now residing in Sweden. (brother) Abduhelil Ela, 52 years old, was a doctor/surgeon at the Urumqi Pulmonary Hospital. Worked in Urumqi, but unclear if this is where he’s being detained or if he’s been taken to Karamay. January 2018. Unclear if in a camp or sentenced. Not stated. This victim is included in the list of detained Uyghur intellectuals, available at: shahit.biz/supp/list_003.pdf 35-55 M Uyghur unclear (hard) Jan. 2018 – Mar. 2018 medicine
3467 Arzugul Seyit 650203196112070723 Testimony 1: Abdulmajeed Artuch, an Uyghur Turkish citizen, originally from Group 3, Hanbing village (汉宾村), Hanbing township, Yining municipality, Ili Kazakh autonomous prefecture<br /><br />Testimony 2: Rehime Uyghur. She is from Karamay. Testimony 1: Wife<br /><br />Testimony 2: Mother Arzigul Sayit (阿丽旦*赛依提), born on December 7, 1961. Worked in the Karamay hospital, has since retired Address on ID: Karamay city, Karamay region, Gongren neighborhood (工人小区), Block 4 (4幢楼房), Number 8 Testimony 1: 2017<br /><br />Testimony 2: Detained in March 2017 and placed in Kanshousuo for 39 days, then released. After Ramadan Heyt (around late June 2017), she was arrested again for talking to her children in Netherlands, she was placed in a Kanshousuo for 40 days then transferred to a concentration camp. In re-education camp Unclear 55+ F Uyghur Karamay concentration camp Jan. 2017 – Mar. 2017 contact with outside world medicine
3655 Imam Ibrahim 依马木·吾拉音 653129198509200610 Testimony 1*: Anonymous, but with a verified identity. (friend)<br /><br />Testimony 2*|3|4|5|6: Maya Mitalipova, a scientist and biologist at MIT&apos;s Whitehead Institute. Originally from Almaty, Kazakhstan, she is now a US citizen and resides in Boston. (friend) Testimony 1: Imamjan Ibrahim (Yimamu Wulayin) arrested in April 2017 with false accusations. He went to Tokyo University and holds a Masters Degree in Medicine from that university. He also went to Boston University in USA. After finding a job in Beth Israel Deacons Hospital in Boston in 2015 he went to East Turkistan to see his parents and because of US visa issues he was living in Urumqi since then and no news on his whereabouts since his arrest.<br /><br />Testimony 2: Yimamu Wulayin. Was born September 20, 1985 in Xinjiang, China.<br /><br />[additional from video testimony: He graduated from the Xinjiang Medical University. He did his residency in Japan, and was a research fellow at Beth Israel.] Testimony 1: possibly in Urumqi<br /><br />Testimony 2: Concentration camp<br /><br />[additional from video testimony: may be in Kashgar, but sentenced now] Testimony 1: April 2017<br /><br />Testimony 2: 2017<br /><br />[additional from video testimony (Testimony 3): Contact was lost when he left Boston to visit his parents in Kashgar in 2016. He called the testifier in December 2016, from Xinjiang, to say that his passport had been revoked and that he would have difficulties coming back to Boston. The testifier found out that Imam was taken to a camp in April 2017. In 2019, Maysam learned that Imamjan had been sentenced to prison.] Testimony 1: false reasons were given but true reason is that he went to foreign countries<br /><br />Testimony 2: Was living abroad. Testimony 1: No information<br /><br />Testimony 2: Detained in camp Testimony 1: learned from his friends in Urumqi right after his arrest<br /><br />Testimony 2: Through friends Testimony 2: Licensed pharmacist, graduated Xinjiang Medical University. Was a research assistant in Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center before went home to visit parents.<br /><br />His Facebook page: https://web.facebook.com/imamjan.ibrahim Testimony 1*: Anonymous, but with a verified identity. (friend)<br /><br />Testimony 2*|3|4|5|6: Maya Mitalipova, a scientist and biologist at MIT&apos;s Whitehead Institute. Originally from Almaty, Kazakhstan, she is now a US citizen and resides in Boston. (friend) Imam (Imamjan) Ibrahim, originally from the Kashgar region, is medical professional and licensed pharmacist who obtained his initial degree from the Xinjiang Medical University in Urumqi. Later, he would go to Tokyo University for his residency, before coming to Boston, where he went to Boston University and found a research fellowship at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. [Unclear, as he is said to have been sentenced.] According to Maya, he had his passport confiscated (“revoked”) at the end of 2016. He was then taken to a camp in April 2017, and would allegedly be sentenced to prison in 2019. Both the anonymous testifier and Maya believe it is because Imam had been abroad. The former also mentions “false reasons” being given. According to the latest news, he’s been sentenced to prison, but it is unclear where and for how long. The anonymous testifier says that he learned of the initial arrest from friends in Urumqi, very soon after it happened. Maya learned that Imam’s passport had been confiscated when he himself called her in late 2016, asking her to explain to colleagues that he may be unable to come back to Boston. The victim’s Facebook page: https://web.facebook.com/imamjan.ibrahim 18-35 M Uyghur sentenced before 2017 related to going abroad medicine
3693 Mahire Rehim 6501??1977??????E? Aynur Enwer The victim is the testifier’s cousin. Mahire Rehim (妈衣拉*热何木), born in 1977, was a nurse. She is married and has three children. Presumably in Urumqi. January 2018 (in Urumqi). &quot;No reason other than Uyghur ethnic identity&quot; In detention. From reliable sources in the region. 35-55 F Uyghur Urumqi unclear (hard) Jan. 2018 – Mar. 2018 medicine
3762 Haliq Mehmut 65312519????????O? shahit.biz part-timer Haliq Mehmut, a veterinarian, 62 years old at time of detention. Lived at Tomosteng township (托木吾斯塘乡), Yarkand county No. 6 prison in Urumqi July 30, 2014 Removing a bullet from the leg of one of the Uyghurs shot by Chinese police in Elishqu town (艾力西湖镇), Yarkand (Shache) county, Kashgar prefecture Sentenced to 8 years in prison https://www.cecc.gov/sites/chinacommission.house.gov/files/documents/CECC%20Pris%20List_20181011_1424.pdf<br /><br />Also mentioned in: https://www.rfa.org/english/news/uyghur/resignation-08062019175308.html (6 AUG 2019) Overseas Uyghur rights advocates and Uyghur sources alleged that the Uyghur residents shot in the Elishqu clashes were protesting against an official crackdown during Ramadan, while official accounts described it as a terrorist attack on government offices and a police station. 8 55+ M Uyghur Urumqi sentenced before 2017 assisting “criminals” medicine
3866 Ilnur Hassen 65400319????????E? Victim’s name is included in the Congressional-Executive Commission on China Political Prisoner Database Ilnur Hassen, a retired nurse, sister of U.S.-based Uyghur rights advocate Ilshat Hassan. According to Boxun (9 September 14), Ilnur suffers from severe stomach problems, migraine, hyperthyroidism, and other health problems. Kuitun city, Ili Kazakh autonomous prefecture. August 2014<br /><br />[private correspondence from Ilshat Hassan specifies the date as August 15, 2014] According to RFA, the detention followed a pattern of harassment by authorities of Ilshat Hassan’s family based in the XUAR. Authorities reportedly had previously harassed Ilnur because of regular phone calls she received from her brother Ilshat. Authorities reportedly only allowed relatives to visit Ilnur in detention to bring her money and clothing. According to Ilshat’s testimony, authorities released Ilnur after holding her for around 8 to 10 months without charge, but still required her to report to local police. https://www.cecc.gov/sites/chinacommission.house.gov/files/documents/CECC%20Pris%20List_20181011_1424.pdf F Uyghur Ili free before 2017 relative(s) has problems medicine
4014 Alim Sulayman 阿力木·苏来曼 652924198701060014 Testimony 1*: Osman Tarim, an Uyghur now living abroad. (from same town/region)<br /><br />Testimony 2*|3|4: Eziz Sulayman, originally from Aksu&apos;s Shayar County but now residing in the United States. (brother)<br /><br />Testimony 5: Gulruy Esqer, an Uyghur poet, now living in the United States. (sister-in-law) Alim(jan) Sulayman (阿力木·苏来曼), a dentist who briefly worked at the Shayar Ethnic Hospital (shaya minzu yiyuan). He had previously gone to Turkey in 2014, to study Turkish for 6 months.<br /><br />Address: Sedanbage Dongjie Education District, Building #1, Entrance #3, Room #202.<br />Shaya County, Akesu Prefecture, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, 842200, China<br />中国,新疆维吾尔自治区,阿克苏地区,沙县, 色旦巴格东街教育小区,1号路,3单元, 202号,邮政号: 842200<br /><br />Chinese passport: G58810652. A camp in Shayar county, Aksu prefecture (likely the Shayar county-seat re-education camp (沙雅县职业技术学校) located on the corner of Renmin North Road and Xiwang street)<br /><br />[this is unlikely since he’s been sentenced] Testimony 2-3: June 2016 Testimony 2: “political prisoner”, “for being a young ethnic Uyghur man”<br /><br />Testimony 4: for going to Turkey to study Turkish in 2014 Testimony 1: In re-education camp<br /><br />Testimony 2-3: sentenced to 10 years without trial From reliable sources in the region Written about in (Testimony 5): http://raisethevoices.org/2019/07/14/missing-loved-ones-in-east-turkestan/<br /><br />Testimony 3: the testifier’s mother and sisters stopped answering his phone calls after the victim’s arrest. Testimony 1*: Osman Tarim, an Uyghur now living abroad. (from same town/region)<br /><br />Testimony 2*|3|4: Eziz Sulayman, originally from Aksu&apos;s Shayar County but now residing in the United States. (brother)<br /><br />Testimony 5: Gulruy Esqer, an Uyghur poet, now living in the United States. (sister-in-law) Alim Sulayman was a dentist who briefly worked at the Shayar Ethnic Hospital (沙雅民族医院). In 2014, he spent 6 months in Turkey studying the Turkish language.<br /><br />Address: Apt. 202, Entrance No. 3, Building No. 1, Sedanbage Dongjie Education Neighborhood, Shayar County, Aksu Prefecture, Xinjiang (新疆阿克苏沙雅县色旦巴格东街教育小区1号楼3单元202号).<br /><br />Chinese passport: G58810652. [Unclear, since he was given a prison sentence and may have been transferred to another prefecture.] Arrested in June 2016 and sentenced “without trial”, according to his brother. In one testimony, Eziz says that it is because he had gone to Turkey. Presumably serving a 10-year sentence. From sources in the region. Mentioned in: http://raisethevoices.org/2019/07/14/missing-loved-ones-in-east-turkestan/<br /><br />Eziz also mentions that his mother and sisters became too frightened to answer his phone calls after his brother’s arrest. 10 18-35 M Uyghur sentenced before 2017 related to going abroad medicine
4019 Qaharjan Abduqadir 65292419????????O? Osman Tarim, an Uyghur living in exile local acquaintance Qaharjan Abduqadir is a specialist in traditional Uyghur medicine. He is 40 years old. A camp in Shayar county, Aksu prefecture (likely the Shayar county-seat re-education camp (沙雅县职业技术学校) located on the corner of Renmin North Road and Xiwang street) April 6, 2017 Unknown In re-education camp From reliable sources in the region 35-55 M Uyghur Aksu concentration camp Apr. 2017 – June 2017 medicine
4034 Zekeriya Turap 6529241973??????O? Osman Tarim, an Uyghur living in exile local acquaintance Zekeriya Turap, a dentist. DOB: 1973 Shayar county, Aksu prefecture 2015 Presumably for going to Turkey and meeting an Uyghur friend who lived there Sentenced to 4 years in prison From reliable sources in the region 35-55 M Uyghur Aksu sentenced before 2017 related to going abroad medicine
4286 Memet Ibrahim 65292319????????O? RFA report: https://www.rfa.org/english/news/uyghur/custody-06132016142251.html<br />The victim is also mentioned in the UHRP Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review no relation, information is publicly available Memet Ibrahim, a veterinarian, aged 40 at the time of his death. He was born in Kitat village (克塔提村), Alagagha town (阿拉哈格镇), Kucha county. He had been working in the Kunas village (库纳斯村) under the same municipality. Kucha county, Aksu prefecture June 25, 2015 watching “illegal religious materials.” Died in a detention center from a heart attack. Information publicly available. 35-55 M Uyghur Aksu in custody before 2017 related to religion deceased medicine
4612 Ilshat Memetrozi 65320119????????O? J. Bagdonas, database volunteer No relation Ilshat Memettohti (伊力夏提 • 买买提如孜). A graduate of medicine, he said that he has &quot;even more knowledge of saving lives now that he is studying in a vocational school&quot;. Hotan city Unknown In re-education camp Xinjiang Daily propaganda article about re-education and labor camps:<br />http://www.chinaxinjiang.cn/zixun/xjxw/201811/t20181102_571333.htm M Uyghur Hotan concentration camp medicine
4639 Ekrem Yarmuhemmed 艾克热木·亚尔买买提 653101198909133211 Testimony 1*|2|3|4|6|10: Gulruy Esqer, an Uyghur poet, now living in the United States. (aunt)<br /><br />Testimony 5: Abdulla Tohti Arish, originally from Yarkand but now living in Germany. (acquaintance)<br /><br />Testimony 7: Financial Times, an English-language international daily newspaper, headquartered in London, with a special emphasis on business and economic news.<br /><br />Testimony 8: Eziz Sulayman, originally from Aksu&apos;s Shayar County but now residing in the United States. (uncle-in-law)<br /><br />Testimony 9: Gulruy Esqer, as reported by Gene A. Bunin. (aunt) Ekram Yarmuhemmed (艾克热木·亚尔买买提), a graduate of the Xinjiang Medical University (department of traditional Chinese medicine).<br /><br />He helped run a bookshop across from Xinjiang University. October 2016.<br /><br />Testimony 4: arrested at home. Testimony 1: According to the testifier, “because he is a young ethnic Uyghur man”.<br /><br />Testimony 2: Possibly in connection to the publications of their father, Yarmuhammet Ayatullu. The fact that he and his brother were managing a private bookstore might have also had an effect on the decision to arrest them.<br /><br />In a Financial Times report, it is also mentioned that a former classmate reported the Yarmuhemmed family as “being too religious”. Arrested and sentenced to 10 years. Not stated. Business entry for his and his brother’s bookshop (Testimony 9: no longer in business, contrary to what the listing says): http://archive.is/4EyDq<br /><br />Written about in: <br /><br />http://raisethevoices.org/2019/07/14/missing-loved-ones-in-east-turkestan/ (Testimony 6)<br />https://www.ft.com/content/48508182-d426-11e9-8367-807ebd53ab77 (Testimony 7) Testimony 1*|2|3|4|6|10: Gulruy Esqer, an Uyghur poet, now living in the United States. (aunt)<br /><br />Testimony 5: Abdulla Tohti Arish, originally from Yarkand but now living in Germany. (acquaintance)<br /><br />Testimony 7: Financial Times, an English-language international daily newspaper, headquartered in London, with a special emphasis on business and economic news.<br /><br />Testimony 8: Eziz Sulayman, originally from Aksu&apos;s Shayar County but now residing in the United States. (uncle-in-law)<br /><br />Testimony 9: Gulruy Esqer, as reported by Gene A. Bunin. (aunt) Ekram Yarmuhemmed (艾克热木·亚尔买买提) is a graduate of the department of traditional Chinese medicine at Xinjiang Medical University.<br /><br />He is the son of the famous writer, Yarmuhemmed Ayatullu. He lived in Urumqi and helped run a bookshop together with his brother across from Xinjiang University.<br /><br />Address: 543 Shengli Road, Urumqi. [Unclear, as he has been sentenced.] Arrested at home in October 2016. The exact reason is unclear, although there is some suspicion that he was arrested because of his (late) father’s publications. In a Financial Times article, it is also mentioned that a former classmate allegedly reported the family as being “too religious”. Allegedly serving a 10-year sentence. Not stated. Business entry for his and his brother’s bookshop (no longer in business, contrary to what the listing says): http://archive.is/4EyDq<br /><br />Business entry for another company he ran: http://archive.is/wip/VeP35<br /><br />He has been written about in: <br /><br />http://raisethevoices.org/2019/07/14/missing-loved-ones-in-east-turkestan/<br />https://www.ft.com/content/48508182-d426-11e9-8367-807ebd53ab77<br />https://camp-album.com/i-know-that-the-world-will-say-never-again-when-the-last-uyghur-is-killed/ 10 18-35 M Uyghur sentenced before 2017 medicine
4640 Bueysem Muhter 卜艾山·木柯达尔 652924194907100028 Testimony 1*|2: Eziz Sulayman, originally from Aksu&apos;s Shayar County but now residing in the United States. (son) Bu’eysem Muhter is a retired nurse.<br /><br />Address: Apt. 202, Entrance No. 3, Building No. 1, Sedanbage Dongjie Education Neighborhood, Shayar County, Aksu Prefecture, Xinjiang (新疆阿克苏沙雅县色旦巴格东街教育小区1号楼3单元202号).<br /><br />Chinese passport: E31781524. [Presumably in Aksu.] The testifier last talked to her in August 2016, during which time she told him not to call her again (this was shortly after the testifier’s younger brother was arrested and sentenced). Her phone was not in service when the testifier called again 2 weeks later. In April 2018, the testifier heard from a friend that his mother had been arrested and locked up in a camp. [Presumably] still in a camp. From a friend. Testimony 1*|2: Eziz Sulayman, originally from Aksu&apos;s Shayar County but now residing in the United States. (son) Bu’eysem Muhter is a retired nurse.<br /><br />Address: Apt. 202, Entrance No. 3, Building No. 1, Sedanbage Dongjie Education Neighborhood, Shayar County, Aksu Prefecture, Xinjiang (新疆阿克苏沙雅县色旦巴格东街教育小区1号楼3单元202号).<br /><br />Chinese passport: E31781524. [Presumably in Aksu.] The testifier last talked to her in August 2016, during which time she told him not to call her again (this was shortly after the testifier’s younger brother was arrested and sentenced). Her phone was not in service when the testifier called again 2 weeks later. In April 2018, the testifier heard from a friend that his mother had been arrested and locked up in a camp. Possibly still in a camp. [However, it appears that the testifier has not had news of her in a long time.] From a friend. 55+ F Uyghur Aksu no news for over a year medicine
4659 Hanqiz Momin 65313019????????E? Abdulla Tohti Arish Relative Hanqiz Momin, was my mother in law’s sister, she was detained in summer 2018. she was a doctor in Maralbishi. Maralbishi Summber 2018 through contacts in the region F Uyghur Kashgar medicine
4815 Juret Naman 6529??19????????O? Abduweli Tohti. He is from Qarabagh, group 5 (xiaodui), NO.3 neighborhood, Qaraqash county, Hotan prefecture. He went to Egypt in March, 2016 to study. In July, 2017 he went to Turkey. His last contact with his mother was in July, 2018. brother in law (sister’s husband) Juret Naman. He is from Aksu. He had a business shop in Aksu. He was doing business on Uyghur traditional medicine. He was arrested in August, 2014 and sentenced for 17 years of prison for teaching Islam. His wife was also arrested in December, 2012 and sentenced for 12 years in prison. His 4 children are in state-run orphanage. Aksu August, 2014 teaching Islam in prison He knew before he went abroad. M Uyghur Aksu sentenced before 2017 related to religion medicine
4937 Memetjan Abduqadir 65????19????????O? J. Bagdonas, database volunteer N/A Memetjan Abduqadir, a former doctor at at the Xinjiang Medical University No. 1 Hospital. Together with his schoolmate Tursunjan Ablimit, he founded Tewpiq Foundation, an organization which aimed to provide assistance to both poor and outstanding Uyghur students by running free English classes and extracurricular activities such as football tournaments. Urumqi Oct-09 &quot;Subverting state power&quot; Sentenced to 15 years in prison RFA article: https://www.rfa.org/english/news/uyghur/tewpiq-09282012115644.html M Uyghur Urumqi sentenced before 2017 inciting subversion medicine
4949 Yusup Eziz 65292319870312??O? Testimony 1*: Anonymous, as reported by AidET. (relation unclear)<br /><br />Testimony 2: Mahire Eziz, a resident of Canada. (sister) Yusuf Eziz (玉苏甫·艾则孜), a doctor in the Kucha People’s Hospital. DOB: March 12, 1987. [Presumably in Aksu prefecture] Testimony 1: June 2017<br /><br />Testimony 2: on December 9, 2019, he and his family were featured in a CGTN propaganda report, which showed the family living happily (in an attempt to discredit Mahire’s testimonies). Unknown Testimony 1: In detention<br /><br />Testimony 2: Unclear, as CGTN showed them as “living normally”. However, Mahire says that she has not been able to call/contact her family. Testimony 2: from the CGTN video. Testimony 1*: Anonymous, as reported by AidET. (relation unclear)<br /><br />Testimony 2: Mahire Eziz, a resident of Canada. (sister) 18-35 M Uyghur Aksu Apr. 2017 – June 2017 medicine
4972 Marigul Helil 65300119730410??E? J. Bagdonas, database volunteer N/A Marigul Helil, a nurse, born in Atush. DOB: April 10, 1973. Lives in Urumqi’s Central Ring Road, Milan neighborhood, Building 2, Entrance 1, Flat no. 1801. Urumqi 2018 In detention Info from a testimony document 35-55 F Uyghur Urumqi medicine
4989 Ibrahim Jume 653101??????????O? Abdulkadeer Juma, from Nazarbagh village in Kashgar city. He arrived to Turkey in Nov, 2015. Brother Ibrahim Juma, twin brother of Ismael Juma. Ibrahim is a doctor. They were both detained on the same day. [Presumably in Kashgar, as that’s where the family is from.] April, 2017. Unclear Concentration camp Someone who arrived to Turkey in 2017 Abdulkadeer mentioned that he regrets that he stayed silent so long, which did not help his family at all.<br />Abdulkadeer’s father Juma Dawut would be 82 year old if he is still alive. His condition is unkown. M Uyghur Kashgar concentration camp Apr. 2017 – June 2017 medicine
5007 Ayshemgul Ibrahim 65282319????????E? Ilminur Yusuf, from Lopnur, Bayingilon. Mother Ayshamgul Ibrahim, nurse at Shingpin village hospital located in Lopnur county. [Presumably in Bayingolin, as that’s where the family is from.] February 27th, 2017 unclear Concentration camp unclear F Uyghur Bayingolin concentration camp Jan. 2017 – Mar. 2017 medicine
5086 Dilnur Abdurehim 65????19????????E? H. no relation, information publicly available name: Dilnur Abdurehim (from work id: 地丽努尔*阿不都, the rest of her last name is cut off)<br />age: 38 (as of 17 June 2019)<br />profession: nurse, had worked for several years at the hospital attached to Xinjiang Medical University According to her work ID card, she works in a textile company called Urumqi Shengshi Huaer Culture Technology Co. (乌鲁木齐市盛世花儿文化科技有限公司), located in a technology park 30km north of Urumchi. She was transferred there against her will in May 2019. In February 2017, she and her husband were both arrested and sent to a &quot;re-education&quot; camp. not stated working and living against her will in a factory 4corner video ‘tell the world’ : https://www.abc.net.au/4corners/tell-the-world/11311228 https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-08-03/the-art-of-the-tour-xinjiang-north-korea-khmer-rouge/11365368 (3 AUG 2019)<br />https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-07-15/uyghur-forced-labour-xinjiang-china/11298750 (17 JUL 2019) In June 2019, she called her sister Gülnur Idreis in Australia by video chat. Dilnur asked her sister to make her story public, showing written notes into the camera, fearing the call might be monitored. According to Gülnur, Dilnur looked &quot;very exhausted and emotionally very distressed&quot;, motioning that she wanted to end her life. Dilnur sleeps in the factory dormitory is only allowed home to see her two underage children and her parents once per week. Her husband is still missing. <br /><br />Company info: https://www.11467.com/qiye/87270304.htm<br />company phone number: +86 15199088185<br />company email: huaer@163.com 35-55 F Uyghur Urumqi forced job placement Jan. 2017 – Mar. 2017 has problems medicine
5089 Zahidem Helpehaji 杂依旦母·咳依伯阿吉 652401195212089240 Shemsiye Tursun, an ethnic Uyghur who moved from Xinjiang to Turkey 7 years ago. The victim is the testifier’s mother. Zahidem Helpehaji (&quot;Heypihaji&quot; on ID) worked as a doctor at the Ethnic Friendship hospital in Ghulja.<br /><br />Address: Yard No. 31, First Alley, Baghcha Street, Ghulja City, Xinjiang (新疆伊宁市公园街1巷31号院).<br /><br />Chinese passport: G27299018. [Likely in Ili, though not certain.] Shemsiye lost contact with her parents in October 2017. In April 2018, she learned that they had been arrested and secretly sentenced to 20 years in prison. Visiting Shemsiye in Turkey (her parents visited her on three occasions). Presumably in prison.<br /><br />She has health issues, as she suffers from diabetes and is insulin-dependent, in addition to suffering from serious liver problems. Not stated. Shemsiye Tursun, an ethnic Uyghur who moved from Xinjiang to Turkey 7 years ago. The victim is the testifier’s mother. Zahidem Helpehaji (“Heypihaji” on ID) worked as a doctor at the Ethnic Friendship hospital in Ghulja [according to the testifier’s own letter, though the Radio Free Asia report about the victim reports her as being a retired accountant].<br /><br />Address: Yard No. 31, First Alley, Baghcha Street, Ghulja City, Xinjiang (新疆伊宁市公园街1巷31号院).<br /><br />Chinese passport: G27299018. [Likely in Ili, though not certain.] Shemsiye lost contact with her parents in October 2017. In April 2018, she learned that they had been arrested and secretly sentenced to 20 years in prison. Visiting Shemsiye in Turkey (her parents visited her on three occasions).<br /><br />[In the Radio Free Asia report, it is also mentioned that the victim had made a pilgrimage to Mecca in 2012, though it is unclear if this was a reason.] Presumably in prison.<br /><br />She has health issues, as she suffers from diabetes and is insulin-dependent, in addition to suffering from serious liver problems. Not stated. RFA coverage: https://www.rfa.org/uyghur/xewerler/uyghurda-lager-09092019172338.html 20 55+ F Uyghur Ili sentenced Oct. 2017 – Dec. 2017 related to going abroad critical medicine
5163 Sayithaji Qasim 沙依塔吉·哈斯木 653101197211230015 Testimony 1: “Uyghur Man”, an unverified Facebook account. (relation unclear)<br /><br />Testimony 2|3: Anonymous, as reported by Radio Free Asia Uyghur. (acquaintance)<br /><br />Testimony 4|5: Kashgar No. 2 Hospital staff, as reported by Radio Free Asia Uyghur. (colleague)<br /><br />Testimony 6: Sawutjan Qasim, originally from Kashgar but now residing in the United States. (brother) Sayid (沙依提) Qasim, a urologist in Kashgar’s 2nd People’s Hospital.<br /><br />RFA report: 47 years old. Married, has two children. In 1996, he graduated from Xinjiang Medical University. He was appointed as a surgeon of the Urology department in Kashgar District’s 2nd People’s Hospital in 2004 and was sent to Beijing to study in 2006. [Presumably in Kashgar.] September 4, 2017 RFA report: Staying in the same hotel as a criminal suspect In detention Not stated. RFA coverage (Testimony 2-5): https://www.rfa.org/english/news/uyghur/surgeon-08272019153724.html<br /><br />A source told RFA that Qasim could have been released if his hospital had vouched for him and wrote a formal letter to authorities. However, the hospital has declined his family’s request to do so.<br /><br />Article in Chinese about Sayit’s achievements: http://archive.is/OBqKq Testimony 1: “Uyghur Man”, an unverified Facebook account. (relation unclear)<br /><br />Testimony 2|3: Anonymous, as reported by Radio Free Asia Uyghur. (acquaintance)<br /><br />Testimony 4|5: Kashgar No. 2 Hospital staff, as reported by Radio Free Asia Uyghur. (colleague)<br /><br />Testimony 6: Sawutjan Qasim, originally from Kashgar but now residing in the United States. (brother) Sayithaji Qasim, a urologist at Kashgar’s No. 2 People’s Hospital (喀什地区第二人民医院). A graduate of Xinjiang Medical University (1996), he was appointed as a surgeon in the urology department of the Kashgar No. 2 People’s Hospital in 2004, and was sent to Beijing for additional study in 2006.<br /><br />He is married and has two children. [Presumably in Kashgar.] September 4, 2017. For staying in the same hotel as a criminal suspect. In detention. The staff at the hospital presumably have direct knowledge of his case. RFA coverage: https://www.rfa.org/english/news/uyghur/surgeon-08272019153724.html.<br /><br />A source told RFA that Sayithaji could have been released if his hospital had vouched for him and wrote a formal letter to authorities. However, the hospital has declined his family’s request to do so.<br /><br />Article in Chinese about Sayithaji’s achievements: http://archive.is/OBqKq.<br /><br />Included in a 2014 list of people in Kashgar who obtained senior hygiene qualifications (卫生高级资格评审拟通过人员): http://archive.is/hIGon<br /><br />Various papers that he’s authored:<br />http://archive.is/r1afx<br />http://archive.is/4g87K<br />http://archive.is/uMTg4<br />http://archive.is/d4xCS 35-55 M Uyghur Kashgar July 2017 – Sep. 2017 problematic association medicine
5200 Muhter Nurmuhemmed 65????19????????O? &quot;Elyar T 艾力亚尔&quot; (Twitter handle: @TursunElyar) No relation. Muhter Nurmuhemmed is a doctor who founded two hospitals in Kashgar. Taken to camp in June 2017. Presumably still in camp. Not stated. &quot;Elyar T 艾力亚尔&quot; (Twitter handle: @TursunElyar) No relation. Muhter Nurmuhemmed is a doctor who founded two hospitals in Kashgar. Taken to camp in June 2017. Presumably still in camp. Not stated. M Uyghur concentration camp Apr. 2017 – June 2017 medicine
5369 Abdusemet Hebibulla 6532011964??????O? Testimony 1: Submission to the Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances.<br /><br />Testimony 2 (direct submission): Sudinisa Abdusemet. Testimony 1: unknown<br /><br />Testimony 2: father Abdusemet Hebibulla. He is from Qerigh’eriq village (kent), Yorungqash township (yeza), Hoten city. He was born in 1964. He is a doctor [likely does uyghur traditional medicine]. He is currently in prison. [Unclear, given the possibility that he’s been sentenced.] Testimony 2: 2017 Testimony 2: testifier heard that it was because the victim had previously gone on pilgrimage to Mecca. Testimony 1: in prison [but no sentence specified, so unclear if it’s a formal prison]<br /><br />Testimony 2: testifier heard that he was in prison Testimony 2: from someone who managed to leave Xinjiang in 2017-2018 55+ M Uyghur related to religion medicine
5440 Turghunjan Obulqasim 65312319????????O? His name is Abdukirem Siyit. He is from Urumchi. He lives in Toronto in Canada now. Acquaintance His name is Turgunjan Ubulkasim. He is a doctor in Yegisar County, Kashgar as well as the founder of the Umid hospital. He is a disabled man so he can not walk. According to the testifier, he was taken into camps and killed and his corpse was not given back. His other four relatives and his wife were taken into camps. Their whereabouts are unknown. [Presumably in Yengisar County] Unclear Unknown allegedly killed [Probably from social media] According to the testifier, about 20 his direct relatives are missing. He also has some relatives and acquaintances whose info is not in his hand, for example, a doctor from Umid Hospital, Turgunjan Ubulkasim, founder of the hospital, was taken into camps and killed and his corpse wasn’t given back; other four relatives of him and his wife were taken; Qurban Doctor, who has a hospital in front of the Bureau of Grain Of Yegisar County, was taken and killed, and his corpse wasn’t given back as well, his wife and children were taken. M Uyghur Kashgar concentration camp deceased medicine
5442 Muyesser Haji Memet 65300119????????E? Radio Free Asia.<br />https://www.rfa.org/uyghur/xewerler/medeniyet-tarix/urumchi-miraj-09272018170101.html n/a Her name is Muyesser Haji Memet. She is a doctor in Atush City hospital. [Presumably in Atush] Unknown Unknown Probably in camps RFA received the news from an unnamed source. According to the news report, not only the two founders of Miraj Resturant were arrested, but their family members also have been arrested; Abdureshit Hoshur Haji was a grandson of the famous religious Grand Imam Emet Xetiphajim who had passed away. Among the arrested people, there are a lot of his grandchildren who are doctors, engineers, businessmen and religious scholars. Erkin Molla Eysa, who is one of the grandchildren of Emet Xetiphajim, testified that this news is true. F Uyghur Kizilsu concentration camp medicine
5445 Qurban Rahman 652923198???????O? RFA <br />https://www.rfa.org/uyghur/xewerler/mal-doxtur-08262019153733.html Not known relation His name is Qurban Rahman. He was a vet in Ishxila country Animal Hospital in Kuchar. He was about 35 years old (as of August 2019). He was married and had two children. He graduated from Xinjiang Agricultural University. [In Kuchar, presumably.] According to the news report, he was taken to camp [unclear when] and one year later, his dead body was given to his family, saying that he died of a heroin. His family didn’t believe and when they wanted to know the real reason of his son’ s death, they were threatened. He was taken from the workplace to Kucha County Detention House. After three weeks, he was moved to a “vocational center” (No.3 Vocational Center) in Yagaqli Bagh. Listening to some separatism-related lectures online. Deceased. From a former classmate of the victim. His wife is also allegedly taken into camps. M Uyghur Aksu concentration camp separatism deceased medicine
5446 Abdurusul Tursun 65292319????????O? RFA <br />https://www.rfa.org/uyghur/xewerler/mal-doxtur-08262019153733.html Not known relation His name is Abdurusul Tursun. He is a vet in Ishxila country Animal Hospital in Kuchar. He was taken into camps. [Presumably in Aksu.] Unclear Unknown Unknown. Presumably still in camp. From a former classmate of victim Qurban Rahman {5445}. M Uyghur Aksu concentration camp medicine
5678 Shayide Amanulla 65410119960210??E? Submission to the Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances N/A Her name is Shayide Amanulla (Chinese: Shayidan Amandula). She was born on the 10th of February 1996. She is a doctor. She lives in Yegiyer, Ghulja city. [Presumably in Ili] Unknown. Unknown. In concentration camp. Not Stated. 18-35 F Uyghur Ili concentration camp medicine
5708 Perigul Rozi 6531??197???????E? Submission to the Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances N/A Her name is Perigul Rozi. She is 47 years old and she is a nurse. She is from Kashgar. [Presumably in Kashgar] Unknown. Unknown. Unknown. Not Stated. 35-55 F Uyghur Kashgar medicine
5712 Raziye Abduqeyyum 6531??1989??????E? Submission to the Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances N/A Her name is Raziye Abduqeyyum. She was born in 1989. She is a nurse and she is from Kashgar. [Presumably in Kashgar] Unknown. Unknown. Unknown. Not Stated. 18-35 F Uyghur Kashgar medicine
5751 Rahile Shemshidin 65????19????????E? Submission to the Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances N/A Her name is Rahile Shemshidin. She is a doctor. Unknown. Unknown. In concentration camp. Not Stated. F Uyghur concentration camp medicine
5764 Zeytungul Rishit 65292419????????E? Submission to the Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances N/A Her name is Zeytungul Rishit. She is from Shayar County, Aksu Prefecture. She is a nurse. [Presumably in Aksu.] Unknown. Unknown. Unknown. Not Stated. F Uyghur Aksu medicine
6482 Imin Niyaz 6502??1977??????O? Nebijan Ela, an Uyghur from Karamay now living in Sweden. The victim is the testifier’s acquaintance. His name is Imin Niyaz. He was born in 1977. He is a traditional Uyghur doctor. [Unclear, as he’s been sentenced.] In 2018. Unknown. In Prison. According to the testifier, he was sentenced for 17 years in prison. Not Stated. 17 35-55 M Uyghur sentenced medicine
6491 Abliz Qadir 653222199???????O? &quot;Isa ORHUN&quot; (Twitter handle: @isaorhun) The victim is the testifier’s friend’s son. Abliz Qadir, 26 (as of December 2019), a traditional Uyghur medicine doctor.<br /><br />Address: Qaraqash County, Hotan. [Presumably in Hotan.] July 2017. [Presumably] still in detention. Not stated. &quot;Isa ORHUN&quot; (Twitter handle: @isaorhun) The victim is the testifier’s friend’s son. Abliz Qadir, 26 (as of December 2019), a traditional Uyghur medicine doctor.<br /><br />Address: Qaraqash County, Hotan. [Presumably in Hotan.] July 2017. [Presumably] still in detention. Not stated. 18-35 M Uyghur Hotan July 2017 – Sep. 2017 medicine
6611 Sajidem Emet 653101198601100843 Testimony 1: Tohtihaji Emet, originally from Kashgar but now residing in Turkey. He started doing business between Turkey and China in 2011, but this ended in October 2016. (brother)<br /><br />Testimony 2: “ئوغلۇم ئابدۇللاھ نىممەت”, an unverified Facebook account. (relation unclear) Her name is Sajidem Emet. She is a nurse and has got two children. [Presumably in Kashgar.] Unknown. The testifier hasn’t been able to get any information about him after November 2017. Unknown. Unknown. Not Stated. Testimony 1: Tohtihaji Emet, originally from Kashgar but now residing in Turkey. He started doing business between Turkey and China in 2011, but this ended in October 2016. (brother)<br /><br />Testimony 2: “ئوغلۇم ئابدۇللاھ نىممەت”, an unverified Facebook account. (relation unclear) 18-35 F Uyghur Kashgar no news for over a year medicine
6613 Aygul Musa 65282519640101??E? Elishir Ilham, an Uyghur now living outside China. (son) Her name is Aygul Musa. She was born on the 1st of January 1964.She is from Cherchen County, Korla. She is a doctor. [Presumably in Bayingolin.] in 2018, she was taken to camp without any reasons. Unknown. She was released because of her son Zulpiqar Ilam’s crucial condition (he was on his deathbed.). Not Stated. Elishir Ilham, an Uyghur now living outside China. (son) 55+ F Uyghur Bayingolin medicine
6785 Dilbar Sulayman 65292419????????E? Eziz Sulayman, originally from Aksu&apos;s Shayar County but now residing in the United States. (brother) Dilbar Sulayman, 44 years old, an ultrasound lab technician in a hospital in Shayar county. She has two children with her husband Yahya Qurban Hajim, who has been sentenced to prison. [Presumably in Aksu.] Jan-18 In re-education camp Not stated Eziz Sulayman, originally from Aksu&apos;s Shayar County but now residing in the United States. (brother) 35-55 F Uyghur Aksu concentration camp Jan. 2018 – Mar. 2018 medicine
6786 Guherem Sulayman 65292419????????E? Eziz Sulayman, originally from Aksu&apos;s Shayar County but now residing in the United States. (brother) Guharam Sulayman, 49 years old, has two children. She is a veterinarian.<br /><br />Address: Shayar County, Aksu. [Presumably in Aksu.] Unclear Contact lost since June 2016 Contact lost since Eziz Sulayman, originally from Aksu&apos;s Shayar County but now residing in the United States. (brother) 35-55 F Uyghur Aksu no news for over a year medicine
6787 Heyrigul Sulayman 65292419????????E? Eziz Sulayman, originally from Aksu&apos;s Shayar County but now residing in the United States. (brother) Hayrigul Sulayman, 39 years old (as of October 2019). She is a doctor.<br /><br />Address: Shayar county, Aksu prefecture. [Presumably in Aksu.] Unclear Contact lost in June 2016 Contact lost Eziz Sulayman, originally from Aksu&apos;s Shayar County but now residing in the United States. (brother) 35-55 F Uyghur Aksu no news for over a year medicine
7050 Alimjan Hesen 阿里木江·艾山 Xinjiang People&apos;s Procuratorate, the official prosecuting government body for Xinjiang. Alimjan Hesen, former Party deputee of Urumqi’s People’s Hospital. [Presumably in Urumqi.] News about the ongoing investigation were announced on August 22, 2018 Officially Accused of bribery.<br /><br />What appears to be a Chinese media article also mentions the victim together with three other officials in high medical posts, accusing them of splittism through “collaboration with pro-independence forces in China and abroad”. [possibly] in detention<br /><br />As of July 2018, there was an ongoing investigation and prosecution on suspected corruption and bribery (according to official notice). The XUAR People’s Procuratorate has handed the case over to the People’s Procuratorate of Urumchi for prosecution. The procuratorate is an official government body. Official prosecution announcement: http://archive.ph/42vjm<br /><br />Coverage in Chinese media: http://archive.is/4strQ<br /><br />Mentioned in list of 41 doctors arrested around China: http://archive.is/L4fa9 Xinjiang People&apos;s Procuratorate, the official prosecuting government body for Xinjiang. M Uyghur Urumqi taking bribes separatism medicine
8262 Abdurahman Ehmet 65322219????????O? Omer Eziz, originally from Qaraqash County&apos;s Zawa Township. He has been living in Sweden for around 15 years. (brother) His name is Abdurahman Ehmet. He is 31 years old this year. He is married and has three children. He is a doctor. [Probably in Hoten as the testifier is originally from Hoten.] Unknown. Unknown. Unknown. The testifier hasn’t been able to hear from the victim since 2016. Not Stated. Omer Eziz, originally from Qaraqash County&apos;s Zawa Township. He has been living in Sweden for around 15 years. (brother) 18-35 M Uyghur Hotan no news for over a year medicine
8468 Alimjan Tayir 65292319860801??O? Mahire Eziz, a resident of Canada. (acquaintance) His name is Alimjan Tayir. He was born on the 1st of August 1986 in Kucha County, Aksu Prefecture. He graduated from Xinjiang Medical University. His Chinese language was excellent. After graduation, He was working as a doctor in Kucha before being taken to a camp in 2018. [Presumably in Aksu.] In 2018. Unknown. Presumably in the camp. from social media. Mahire Eziz, a resident of Canada. (acquaintance) 18-35 M Uyghur Aksu concentration camp medicine
8972 Amangul Yasin 65????19????????E? Nemtulla Nejmidin, as reported by Gene A. Bunin. (brother-in-law) Amangul Yasin, a nurse. Not stated. Unclear whether detained or not. Out of contact. [Presumably by not being able to contact her.] Nemtulla Nejmidin, as reported by Gene A. Bunin. (brother-in-law) Amangul Yasin, a nurse. Not stated. Unclear whether detained or not. Out of contact. [Presumably by not being able to contact her.] F Uyghur medicine
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