China's Brutal Treatment & Suppression of Uyghur Muslims

A Uyghur woman sits in a crowded clinic in Xinjiang, China, with several other women. Some of the women are crying, but none of them say anything because of the surveillance cameras. She is several months pregnant and is here to undergo an abortion. It isn't an issue of not wanting the baby. Here, women like her are required to abort their child if they already have two and can't pay the hefty fine for having more or if they have a second child within three years of the first. The woman will likely be fitted with an IUD after the procedure, even though she doesn't want one. Or she will be surgically sterilized.1

In Xinjiang (officially Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region), a province in northwest...


has an M.S. in chemistry from the University of Texas at Dallas, and an M.A. in bioethics from Trinity International University. She resides in Dallas and currently works as a freelance science writer and educator.

This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #55, Winter 2020 Copyright © 2024 Salvo |


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