Retrieved 15 January 2021.
Forced cohabitation, co-sleeping, rape, and abortion Further information: Beginning in 2018, over one million Chinese government workers began forcibly living in the homes of Uyghur families to monitor and assess resistance to assimilation, as well as to watch for frowned-upon religious and cultural practices.
Retrieved 9 July 2020.
New bans and regulations were implemented on April 1, 2017.
Genocide In April 2019, anthropologist Magnus Fiskesjö wrote in that mass arrests of ethnic minority academics and intellectuals in Xinjiang indicated that "the Chinese regime's current campaign against the native Uighur, Kazakh and other peoples is already a genocide.
When I compare what is happening now to what happened at that time, I think we can safely say that now it is maybe a hundred times worse.