The Censored Speech given by ETNAM’s Founder, Salih Hudayar, on June 4, 2019 in front of the U.S. State Department. Full text: Dear fellow East Turkistanis and friends in the free world, Eid Mubarak. 30 years ago, the people of Communist controlled China, Occupied East Turkistan, Occupied Tibet, Occupied SouthRead More →

Press Release – For Immediate ReleaseJune 4, 2019Contact: East Turkistan National Awakening Movement www.NationalAwakening.org+1 (202) 489-0740 or contact@nationalawakening.org Today marks the 30th Anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party’s brutal arrest and murder of thousands of innocent democracy activists, including Uyghurs and other East Turkistanis, who gathered in Tiananmen Square to peacefully demandRead More →

EWTN‘s coverage of the peaceful demonstration in front of the US Treasury Department organized by East Turkistan National Awakening Movement & the East Turkistan Government in Exile. East Turkistanis protested against the Chinese Trade Delegation and China’s 21st Century Genocide in Occupied East Turkistan. Protestors called on The Whitehouse – Washinton DC to STOPRead More →

It may be the only massacre in human history that began with State-forced mass abortions. It happened almost 30 years ago in Chinese-occupied East Turkistan. But in a way, it’s a massacre that still continues to this day. We are talking about the Baren Massacre, a horror most Americans haveRead More →

Movie to Movement and Vulnerable People Project‘s Founder Jason Jones spoke to EWTN about China continuing forced abortions in Occupied East Turkistan while commemorating the 29th Anniversary of the Baren Massacre (April 5, 1990) in front of The White House and Vulnerable People Project’s Founder Jason Jones spoke to EWTN about China continuing forced abortions inRead More →

By Nathan Sales and Sam Brownback May 22, 2019 Nathan Sales is the ambassador at large for counterterrorism and Sam Brownback is the ambassador at large for international religious freedom at the State Department. The Chinese Communist Party’s persecution of Muslims in Xinjiang province is drawing condemnation from civilized nations and civil society becauseRead More →

By Tim Weinhold May 23, 2019 Tight control of civilian populations is the cardinal rule of authoritarian regimes, yet the sheer scale and complexity of those populations makes control difficult. Now, artificial intelligence has made civilian surveillance far easier, and far more invasive. AI is rapidly becoming the new best friendRead More →