We have published many articles about the Chinese regime’s violation of human rights and lack of bioethical principles, from 30 years of a Malthusian family planning regime (better-known as the one-child policy, now two-child policy), the current organ harvesting from political prisoners, gene editing in humans, lack of transparency in clinical trials, etc.

Several articles published in recent weeks in The Washington Post report the persecution and genocide of Uighurs and other Muslims in Xinjiaing province and the severe measures against families who breach the current regime’s family planning laws (see HERE).

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Last Wednesday another article published in the same newspaper said, “Politicians around the world have called for a United Nations probe into a Chinese government birth control campaign targeting largely Muslim minorities in the far western region of Xinjiang, even as Beijing said it treats all ethnicities equally under the law.They were referring to an Associated Press [AP] investigation published this week that found the Chinese government is taking draconian measures to slash birth rates among Uighurs and other minorities while encouraging some of the country’s Han majority to have more children. The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China, a group of European, Australian, North American, and Japanese politicians from across the political spectrum, demanded an independent U.N. investigation.

“The world cannot remain silent in the face of unfolding atrocities,” the group said in a statement.” (read HERE).

The independent investigation said that “The new evidence shows that China is systematically using pregnancy checks, forced intrauterine devices, sterilization and even abortion to reduce the population of Uighurs and other Muslims in Xinjiang. Moreover, having too many children is being punished by incarceration in the camps. According to a set of leaked data, obtained and corroborated by the AP, of 484 camp detainees listed in Karakax county in Xinjiang, 149 were there for having too many children, the most common reason for holding them. Detention in camps — which the government claims is vocational education — is written policy in at least three counties for parents with too many children.

The AP reported that authorities have gone hunting for such parents, ripping them away from their families unless they can pay huge fines.”