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Since their arrests, Almas and Juret have been campaigning for their release.Almas was informed by the Australian embassy in April that Abdureshit was sentenced to seven years imprisonment and two years deprivation of political rights on June 5, 2017 for the crime of “assembling a crowd to disturb social order,” while Jalalidin was arrested on Nov. Abdureshit’s arrest came slightly more than a year after she and Nizamidin were married in the XUAR capital Urumqi, and Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) said it had been informed that a medical examination conducted before she was detained “showed that she was not pregnant.” Abdureshit had been preparing documents to join her husband in Australia at the time of her arrest. I had never expected to hear my mother’s voice in such a (positive) way,” he told RFA.“I will not stop my campaign until my mother and my wife safely arrive in Australia.

Almas said he spoke euphemistically to his mother about the camps, using China’s description that the facilities are schools, asking her: “So, are you going back to school again?

“But hearing her voice, I felt reassured and comforted.

Hearing my mother’s voice made me feel I’d accomplished something after campaigning for her freedom for the last two years,” he said.

” He quoted his mother as saying: “Yes, but there is only a short time left.

It is a vocational training school, we are all studying hard, and we are all fine. I am doing well and in good health.” “Darling don’t make too many calls, concentrate on your study, and do well in everything,” his mother said.

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