Religious freedom watchdogs spotlight Chinese mistreatment of Muslim Uyghur minority


Source: The Washington Times

By Christopher Vondracek

The only barbed wire at learning centers should be at agricultural campuses for livestock, not at re-education camps for minority Muslims in China, Sam Brownback, the U.S. ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, said Friday.

“I was in vocational agriculture and the barbed wire was used to keep the cattle in, not people,” said the former U.S. senator and Kansas governor. Mr. Brownback spoke Friday morning at the Heritage Foundation in northeast Washington at an event commemorating the 30th anniversary of Tiananmen Square.

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