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Rights body remembers Uyghur activist’s sister who disappeared in China

Rights body remembers Uyghur activist's sister who disappeared in China

Activist Rushan Abbas with a poster of her sister, Gulshan Abbas.

Washington [US], September 11 (ANI): US-based rights group Campaign For Uyghurs (CFU) marked three years since the disappearance of Uyghur Muslim Dr Gulshan Abbas, the sister of the group’s Executive Director Rushan Abbas in China.

Gulshan’s daughter Ziba Murat has launched a campaign calling for her mother’s release on social media, CFU said in a statement on Saturday.

“September 11 marks three years since the disappearance of Dr Gulshan Abbas. Three years since her daughters have heard her voice. Three years deprived of her right to live a peaceful life as the peaceful person that she is. Three years held prisoner to punish her family members for speaking the truth about the Chinese regime’s genocidal crimes against the Uyghurs,” the statement added.

Earlier this year, the US had called for the release of Uyghur Muslim Dr Gulshan Abbas who was sentenced to 20 years of jail in China because of the activism of her family…

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