Mass Rape, Sexual Abuse; China’s CCP Genocidal Tool to Eliminate Faith…

Reenactment of one of the brutal torture methods employed by the CCP officials to coerce female Falun Gong adherents to renounce their faith. (
Reenactment of one of the brutal torture methods employed by the CCP officials to coerce female Falun Gong adherents to renounce their faith. (

Since the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) came to power in 1949, it has been employing unethical ways to persecute citizens and suppress spiritual groups. Recently, several reports have confirmed how the CCP is using sexual abuse as a tool for re-educating and transforming prisoners of faith, regardless of their age.

Rooted in atheism and materialism, the communist regime has been brutally suppressing Uyghur Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, and Falun Gong practitioners for years. Those who refuse to comply with the CCP’s orders are detained and taken to secretive “re-education camps” where they are subjected to unimaginable abuses, including gang rape and electrocution.

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Lithuania: Government drafts resolution on Uyghur persecution by CCP, China

A protest by Uighurs

In the resolution, the Lithuanian parliament is calling for a UN investigation “or another independent international legal investigation into the ongoing crimes in Xinjiang [province]”, Dovilė Šakalienė, a Social Democratic MP, said when presenting the bill during the joint committee sitting.

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Dahua Technology Provides “Uyghur Warnings” To CCP Police…[VIDEO]

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IPVM collaborated with the LA Times on this report, see: LA Times Race detection and ‘real-time Uighur warnings’ — inside Dahua’s facial recognition technology.

Dahua China Support Documents

Dahua’s China product support portal, via a link on Dahua’s own website, documented Dahua police video surveillance projects including numerous explicit references to Uyghurs.

In China, police security camera networks integrate ‘Uyghur alert’ AI software that notifies police when a Uyghur-looking face appears on video surveillance footage.

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China is harassing Uyghur minority people living in Australia and ‘fake police cars’

A car with what appears to be Chinese police markings parked at night.

A diplomatic war of words has emerged between the American and Chinese embassies in Canberra, amid claims Beijing is harassing Uyghur minority people living in Australia.

Key points:

  • The US ambassador said Uyghurs were being “harassed by agents of a foreign power”
  • He said fake Chinese police cars were being parked outside their homes
  • China’s foreign affairs ministry said the allegation was “laughable”

Uyghurs and other mostly Muslim minorities have been subject to a wide-ranging security crackdown in China’s far-western Xinjiang region, where it is believed more than a million people have been rounded up and put in detention camps.

In an interview with ABC News Breakfast last Thursday, US ambassador Arthur B Culvahouse Jr said China was monitoring and intimidating Uyghurs living in Australia, and that this involved the use of fake Chinese police cars.

“Uyghurs who are lawfully in Australia, who are raised in Australia, working, paying taxes in Australia, are being harassed by agents of a foreign power,” he said.

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US to blacklist 28 Chinese security companies…

A masked Uighur boy takes part in a protest against China, at Fatih Mosque in Turkey

The US Commerce Department has placed 28 Chinese public security bureaus and companies on a trade blacklist over Beijing’s treatment of Uyghur Muslims and other predominantly Muslim ethnic minorities.

Key points:

  • Blacklisted companies are barred from buying parts from the US
  • Video surveillance company Hikivision has been added to the list
  • Huawei Technologies and more than 100 affiliates are already blacklisted

Being added to the so-called ‘Entity List’ bars companies or other entities from buying parts and components from US companies without US government approval.

China has not yet commented on the US decision, but has long been accused of detaining around 1 million Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in its far-western Xinjiang region.

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