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23,347 views • May 11, 2022

Nury Turkel: How the Chinese Regime Turned Xinjiang Into the World’s Largest Prison | TEASER

“They think all the sexual violence that they're subjecting Uyghur women to, this mysterious drug that they're giving, forced sterilization, collective punishment through gang rape, are the methods [through which] they are liberating the Uyghur women. I mean, just let that sink in.” I sit down with Uyghur-American human rights advocate Nury Turkel, Vice-Chair of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom and Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute. Nury Turkel was born in a Chinese re-education camp. His new book, “No Escape: The True Story of China's Genocide of the Uyghurs,” is a chilling look into China’s techno-autocracy, and what can result when a communist regime is allowed to run unchecked for decades.
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