SOS: Medeu District police detain eight people peacefully protesting the genocide in Xinjiang

One protester seeking answers.
(Photo: ChinaAid resource)

[Medeu District], Kazakhstan—May 11, 2021) On May 11, Medeu District police
detained eight people peacefully protesting the genocide in Xinjiang. As
individuals in this group, including the eight currently being detained at
“Sinoil,” a nearby gas station, have protested non-stop for 93 days
in front of the Chinese Embassy in Kazakhstan, they have not only advocated
for, they also demand justice.

Seeking answers, the protestors long to know whether their closest
“missing” relatives are dead or alive [being tortured] in one of the
Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s concentration camps.

ChinaAid requests prayer for the protesters, particularly for those detained, for close “missing” relatives, and the police who detain them.

The following list includes those police have detained:

1. Baibolat Kunbolat-uly

2. Akikat Kaliolla-uly

3. Gulpia Kazybek-kyzy

4. Xalida Akytkan-kyzy

5. Almakan Myrzan-kyzy

6. Nurzat Ermekbai-kyzy

7. Tursyngul Nurakai-kyzy

8. Zhengis Zarkan-uly

Photos from ChinaAid’s resource show the eight detained protesters:


You have heard my voice:
“Do not hide Your ear From my sighing,
                   from my cry for help.”                
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