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Uyghur Family Kept Apart by China’s Xinjiang Policies Reunites

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Click to expand Image Sadam Abudusalamu's lawyer Michael Bradley, Sadam Abudusalamu, his son Lutfy and wife Nadila. © Private A Uyghur family in Sydney, Australia is happily reunited today after three years of forced separation. Like many ethnic Uyghurs in China’s northwest region of Xinjiang, Chinese authorities in 2017 confiscated the passports of Sadam Abudusalamu’s family and banned them from leaving the region as part of the Chinese government’s mass arbitrary detention, torture, forced political indoctrination, and mass surveillance of more than a million Turkic Muslims. I first…

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