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Man Locked Up and Tortured in Chinese Concentration Camp Almost Had Organs Harvested

WARNING: GRAPHIC DETAILS - EXCLUSIVE: Kazakh national Omir Bekali claims that he was tortured in Chinese detention

Daily Mirror UK, 3 DEC 2020.

Omir Bekali says he was sent to reeducation camps in China

The Artux City Vocational Skills Education Training Service Center, which is believed to be a re-education camp (Image: AFP via Getty Images)

A Uyghur Muslim who was savagely tortured inside a Chinese concentration camp has issued a stark warning about the future of the "brutal regime".

Kazakh national Omir Bekali is one of a small number of people to escape from the camps in China’s Xinjiang region.

Around one million Muslims from Kazakh and Uyghur backgrounds are thought to be locked up there by the state against their will, in what the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) insists on calling "re-education camps".

Omir, who claims his hands were smashed by hammers and whose back was flayed with an iron whip, has accused the authority of committing ethnic cleansing.

He has called for the West to take immediate action over the detention of the Uyghur and Kazakh Muslims, which he sees as a bleak portent for future acts of oppression.

"They are carrying out genocide now, but when they are strong enough all humans will suffer by their brutal regime," Omir told Mirror Online.

"It will come very soon if the world doesn't strand up against this.

"Not today, but no one knows if they are strong enough tomorrow."

Omir, who is three quarters Uyghur, used to travel regularly between Kazakhstan and China for the tourism company he ran.

In March 2017 he went to visit his mum in Turpan, Xinjiang only for five police officers to arrive and bundle him into a car.

Suggestions that he had invited Chinese people to Kazakhstan and helped them with visa paperwork were soon replaced with accusations of "instigating terrorism".

As many as one million Muslims are thought to be detained in the Xinjiang region (Image: AFP via Getty Images)

Omir was taken to a police station and locked up for eight days, before his hands were shackled and a black hood placed over his head.

Unable to see or properly move, a doctor was brought in to take his blood and check his organs - a procedure Omir now believes was carried out to check whether he was a suitable candidate for organ harvesting.

Then the torture began.

"I was tied to a chair called a tiger chair," he explained.

"All my flesh was tightened with wood and my hands were smashed with some hammers.

"With iron whips they whipped me on the back and the front side."

At one point ropes were tied to Omir's hands and feet and he was hoisted into the air so his stomach could be beaten from below, in a method called 'the flying person'.

The 44-year-old continued: "I was in prison for seven months and ten days.

"In the first three months, I was shackled on the feet. One iron chain was connected to a kind of stick. I could not move.

"I was almost frightened and lost hope for a while. I was only tortured on the feet but not on the internal organs.

"They left them perfect. They never touched them."

Omir claims that the torture was carried out so he would admit he was a part of a terrorist organisation.

The CCP has long asserted that its policy of reeducation was founded to stamp out Uyghur militarism it claims is widespread in the north west of the country, where separatists have historically fought for freedoms.

The World Uyghur Congress argues these claims are overblown and that the movement is peaceful and non-violent.

"There is only torture and rape and physical and mental harrassment. There is nothing to teach.

"I experienced many times mass numbers of detainees being transferred to somewhere.

"I suspect they went to other provinces, for organ trading or organ harvesting.

"I never saw them again in seven months. They never came back."

Omir was released after his wife spoke out about his detention on the radio in Kazakhstan and wrote to the country's Chinese ambassador.

The official then passed on the complaint to his Chinese counterpart, who successfully lobbied for Omir's release.

Although the details of Omir's exprience are impossible to verify, the fact he was held is confirmed by an official release notice from the Karamay City pre-trial detention center.

It states that he was held on suspicion of endangering national security and that he was released without charge.

Satellite images of a reeducation internment camp in Hotan, Xinjiang (Image: DigitalGlobe/Getty Images)

Since his release Omir has fled to Turkey, where he has made it his work to expose the situation in Xinjiang.

He claims to have received death threats from Chinese officials after going public.

In order to make his story known Omir has joined forces with the China Tribunal, an independent group of lawyers based in the UK who have investigated claims of organ harvesting in China.

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