Beijing (China) – Reports of China persecuting Uighur Muslims have been surfacing since a few months ago. Now China has started trading the body parts of Uighur Muslims, reports The Herald Sun, a Melbourne-based daily in Australia.
As per this report, the liver of Uighur Muslims is being sold for ₹1.2 Crores. China earns ₹7,492 Crores annually from this trade.
The UN Human Rights Commission stated in June saying that the same was being done not only for Uighurs, but also for Tibetans, Christians, and Falun Gong.
A 48-year-old Malaysian man who’s suspected to be involved in organ trafficking has surrendered himself to the police in Sarawak.
This comes after he told an undercover reporter of a British newspaper that he brokered 45 sales of kidneys from poor victims through Facebook. pic.twitter.com/NkLxGgX2UE
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This statement was issued by the United Nations in the year 2006-07 too. At that time, China had blamed the smugglers.
According to the Australian Institute for Strategic Policy, organs of 80,000 Uighur Muslims were sold by China between 2017 and 2019. Many doctors and medical experts are being enlisted for this trade.
According to the International Forum for Rights and Security, many people in China are being forcibly subject to organ removal and their ‘DNA’ (used to identify a person) is being assembled. Those Muslims who oppose it disappear.