The German government has ordered a halt to all deportations of fake refugee-invaders from the Uyghur region of China, claiming that the Muslims “face discrimination” from the majority Han Chinese back home.
According to German media, “Uyghur and members of other Muslim minorities will no longer be deported from Germany to China.” The halt in deportations was revealed in an Interior Ministry response to a Green party information request.
The Interior Ministry said expulsions “had been put on hold because the country analysis department of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees had only recently compiled relevant country information concerning the plight of the Uighurs.”
Uighur Muslims are a minority in the autonomous Xinjiang region in China’s northwest, and are a mixed-race of ancient Indo-Europeans, Asiatics and Semites.
Genetically speaking, the “R1a” and “R1b” Y-DNA (paternal DNA) haplogroups are commonly found among Uygur men. These are also the two most common European male haplogroups. The third most common Y-DNA haplogroup among the Uighurs is the “J,” or Semitic marker, which originates in the Middle East. The antiquity of this racial mix was dated at around 232 B.C., or 2250 years ago (Shuhua Xu, Huang Wei, Qian Ji, and Jin Li. “Analysis of Genomic Admixture in Uyghur and Its Implication in Mapping Strategy.” The American Journal of Human Genetics 82 (2008): pages 883-894).
The Uyghurs have long been agitating for complete independence, and have been responsible for a large number of Islamist terrorist attacks in China, using organizations such as the East Turkistan Islamic Movement (ETIM), East Turkistan Liberation Organization (ETLO), the United Revolutionary Front of East Turkestan (URFET), and the Uyghur Liberation Organization (ULO). Members of these groups have received training in Central Asian nations such as Afghanistan and Pakistan, and hundreds of Chinese civilians have been killed in bombings and shootings carried out by these groups.
As a result of these activities, the Chinese government has cracked down upon the Uyghur separatists, and this is the reason now being used by Uyghurs to claim “asylum” in white countries, even though there is no proof whatsoever that they face “ethnic persecution” of any sort.