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China is harassing journalists reporting on Uighurs. They cannot be stifled. | The Washington Post

To punish Gulchehra Hoja, a Washington-based journalist for Radio Free Asia, and to stifle her reporting, China’s rulers have imprisoned her brother, harassed her parents and threatened many other relatives back home in Xinjiang, China.

The punishment is keen. But no stifling has taken place.

“Every time they threaten us, we are more proud of you,” Hoja’s mother, who is 72, told her daughter during one of their infrequent phone calls. “Keep doing your work.”

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Source: China is harassing journalists reporting on Uighurs. They cannot be stifled. – The Washington Post

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