In ABC Nightline interview, Gulzira Auelkhan: “…so many Kazakh and Uyghr people [still] suffering…”

Gulzira Auelkhan “pushes” [in swing] her daughter Bayan, to look up, to hope/freedom.
(Photo: ChinaAid resource/video clip)

                          Bob Woodruff.

(ChinaAid, Midland, TX/ABC Nightline —August 13, 2021) ABC Nightline recently broadcast two episodes, which include interviews with Gulzira Auelkhan, and Serikzhan Bilash in ChinaAid‘s office, located in Midland, Texas.

Earlier this year, ChinaAid co-rescued Ms. Gulzira, a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) concentration camp survivor [with her family], and Mr. Serikzhan. Kazakh Human Rights Activist, targeted by the CCP [family still in Turkey]. 
Dr. Fu with Ms. Gulzira, and Mr. Serikzhan in ChinaAid office.

Bob Fu, PhD. notes that ABC credits ChinaAid with footages used in this broadcast, as well as shows the sign outside the office.

Link to: US clamps down on Chinese goods possibly made by Muslims in detention…: Part 2

Previous ChinaAid posts regarding Ms. Gulzira, and Mr. Serikzhan:

In his latest book, The Politics of Inclusive Pluralism: A Proposed Foundation for Religious Freedom…, Dr. Fu recalls:

In recent years, as the CCP continues to carry out an extensive crackdown on all religious institutions, President Xi Jinping ordered all religions to “sinicize” to forcibly secure loyalty to the officially atheistic party. Sinicize means to make or remake something so that it and/or its character become Chinese.23 The efforts include removing crosses from churches and bulldozing large numbers of churches and mosques, excluding Tibetan children from Buddhist religious studies, and imprisoning more than a million Islamic ethnic minorities in reported “re-education centers.
News reports in 2019 reveal that due to Muslim’s practice of Islam, CCP authorities arrested and imprisoned from approximately one to three million Muslims in internment camps (re-education), also perceived as concentration camp in China’s Xinjiang region. In efforts to ensure Uighur and other Muslim groups adapt their culture to traditional Chinese, CCP authorities order them to disregard their religious principles. For example, officials order them to eat pork and/or drink alcoholic beverages.

Today, I [through/with ChinaAid and others] continue to work to contribute to the development of a better State–religion relationship in China that will hopefully help ensure religious freedom for all.

They [workers of iniquity]
encourage themselves in an evil matter;
They talk of laying snares secretly; 
They say,
“Who will see them?”
                                                      ~ (Psalm 64:5 NKJV)


China Aid exposes abuses in order to stand in solidarity with the persecuted and promote religious freedom, human rights, and rule of law. If you wish to partner with us in helping those persecuted by the Chinese government, please click the button below to make a charitable donation.

ChinaAid Media Team
Cell: +1 (432) 553-1080 | Office: +1 (432) 689-6985 | Other: +1 (888) 889-7757
Email: [email protected]
For more information, click here

Scroll to Top