43/The World’s Most Technologically Sophisticated Genocide is Happening in Xinjiang (with Rayhan Asat & Yonah Diamond)

This is a conversation with Rayhan Asat and Yonah Diamond, authors of the piece “The World’s Most Technologically Sophisticated Genocide Is Happening in Xinjiang.”

Asat is an international human rights lawyer and the sister of Ekpar Asat, who was forcibly disappeared by the CCP. Diamond is and international human rights lawyer with the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights.

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6 responses to “43/The World’s Most Technologically Sophisticated Genocide is Happening in Xinjiang (with Rayhan Asat & Yonah Diamond)”

  1. […] Asat, president of the American Turkic International Lawyers Association, and former guest on The Fire These Times, is participating in Burst The Bubble UK to free her brother Ekpar Asat, one of the many Uyghurs […]

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