Daut’s departure..a scientist from "Uyghurs" Missing in the camps of China

China (news now) – 07/02/2022. 15:52

She has given lectures all over China and the world explaining the diverse Uyghur traditions

  • all Her crime is that she was born from the Uyghurs in a country that rejects the idea of ​​their presence
  • Her family and close friends are certain that she was secretly detained as part of a severe crackdown on the Uighurs

Joshua Freeman, a researcher and specialist in China and Asia’s internal affairs, published several tweets about the anthropologist Rahil Daut, who disappeared since 2017 in mysterious circumstances.

Joshua said: “Rahil was moved away in December 2017 we still don’t have any news about her The word Uighur should stay in the headlines”.

He added: “It’s good that the word Uyghurs grabs the headlines every day during the current Winter Games in China”.

Joshua believes that this may help to find any information on the whereabouts of Rahil, who disappeared in the camps in China 4 years ago.

Joshua also wrote: “Rahil was a mentor to a generation of Uyghur graduate students,Her students revere her Many of them went on to their own academic careers”.

He continues: Departure People know it and are proud of it Yet she is quite modest about everything.

The Uyghur scholar has been missing in the Chinese camps for 4 years

Joshua continues telling the story: “I have known Rahil for many years I worked with her as a translator and we spent many hours discussing everything under the sun”.

He continues by saying: “I learned a lot from her I consider her a good friend She was one of those who recommended the graduate school And now I’m gone and no one knows where and all Her crime – being born from the Uyghurs”.

She was one of the most respected academics of the ethnic Uyghur minority in the far west China.

She has written extensively and given lectures throughout China and the world explaining and celebrating the diverse Uyghur traditions.

Daut’s departure was planning to fly from Urumqi to Beijing

The author concludes his post on Twitter by saying: “Professor Dout was in a hurry when she left, according to her relative, who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of retribution from the Chinese authorities.”.

No one has heard from her since, and her family and close friends are sure she was secretly detained as part of a severe crackdown on the Uyghurs.

The largely Muslim group that considers Xinjiang their home. Professor Daut’s path – from the famous ethnographer at Xinjiang University in Urumqi to the secret detention center – illustrates a large-scale crackdown that has severely restricted Uyghur life and culture.

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