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Uyghur Canada Jemiyeti York Universitida otkuzulgen Hitaydiki din ve hoquq mesilisi tetqiqat yighinigha qatnashti

Uyghur Canada Jemiyeti York Universitida otkuzulgen Hitaydiki din ve hoquq mesilisi tetqiqat yighinigha qatnashti 

 

      Uyghur Canada jemiyiti 5- ayning 30 kuni York University Asia tetqiqat merkizi teripidin otkuzulgen Hitaydiki din ve hoquq mesilisi tetqiqat yighinigha qatnashti. Surette Canada Uyghur Jemiyitidin Rukiye Turdush Sherqi Turkistan mesilisining peqetla din ve milli kimlik oxshimaslighidin kelip chiqivatqan toqunush mesilisi bolmastin belki siyasi mesile, tarihi mesile , yer mesilisi ve erq mesilisi ikenligini, Hitay hokumetining Uyghurlarning siyasi kimligini yoq qilish uchun elip berivatqan dinni basturush herkitining ziddiyetni keskinleshturupla qalmastin belki Uyghur jemiyitige eghir derijide exlaqi buzulush elip kelivatqanlighini statistekiliq melumatlar ve pakitlar arqiliq otturigha qoydi.


 
Uyghur Canadian society participated Religion and rights in China Symposium


BayBak, Azerbaijan | Sunday, 7th June , 2009 , 02:05 [am]

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May 30, 2009, religion and rights symposium held in Y.U. Knox College in Toronto, Canada. This symposium brought together scholars, believers and rights advocates, examined issues of control and persecution as well as the role of religions as civil society organizations building human rights in China. At first panel, Dr. Pitman Potter, a professor of Law at UBC Law Faculty and Hong Kong Bank Chair in Asian research at UBC’s institute of Asian

May 30, 2009, religion and rights symposium held in Knox College in Toronto, Canada. This symposium brought together scholars, believers and rights advocates, examined issues of control and persecution as well as the role of religions as civil society organizations building human rights in China. At first panel, Dr. Pitman Potter, a professor of Law at UBC Law Faculty and Hong Kong Bank Chair in Asian research at UBC’s institute of Asian research gave keynote speech about Human rights and religion in China. Joseph Tse-Lee, professor of history and co-director of East Asian studies at Place University in New York speak about patterns of Chirstian activisim in modern China. Second panel speakers international human rights lawyer David Matas, Dr.Michael Dillon from global journalism Institute of Tsinghua University and Rukiye Turdush , the president of Uyghur Canadian Society gave interesting and informed speech about Falun dafa, Islam and Uyghurs. Specially, the Uyghur issue cause high interest of Symposium participants and brought good comments and questions.

Rukiye Turdush speak about religious dominance of CCP and explained the behind the scene of brutal religious oppression in East Turkistan and argued that eroding identity of Uyghurs is not the only goal or at least not the immediate main interest of harsh religious policy of China. She pointed that China’s main and immediate target of repressive religious policy is to eliminate the political freedom of Uyghurs. Unlike Hui Muslims in China Uyghur issue is not only the ethnic identity issue between two nations, it is a political issue, historical issue, land issue and issue of race. She also discussed the several aspects of the impact of religious oppression that both devastated Uyghur population and threatened the Chinese government. At the end she answered the questions of Symposium participants Uygur

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