The Report: Are China's ‘re-education camps’ like ’WW11 concentration camps’?
Human Rights Amnesty called for an immediate action. It says that the Chinese so called ‘re-education camps’ for Uighur Muslims are in fact war time concentration camps. The human rights organization also stated that the scale of detention of such huge number of people is scary. UN and other human rights organization say that up to one million of Uighurs and other minorities are being arbitrarily detained in Xinjiang region. But Amnesty International says that Uighur activists believe that the correct figure is 3 million.
Roderic Wye who is an Associate Fellow at Asia-Pacific at Chatham House.