The long-standing persecution of Uighurs in Xinjiang by the Chinese Communist Party authorities in the name of anti-terrorism has provoked so much anger that the parliaments or governments of countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Canada have declared that the Chinese Communist Party has committed genocide against the Uighurs. Foreign media have found it surprising that a list of suspected terrorists leaked by the Shanghai Public Security Bureau includes hundreds of Uyghur “terrorists” under the age of 5.
According to Radio Free Asia, earlier sources revealed that the security database of the Shanghai Public Security Bureau was hacked, exposing a list of foreigners monitored by the Chinese Communist authorities, including tens of thousands of Uighur Muslims targeted by the Communist Party as terrorists, whose information had fallen into the hands of the Chinese authorities.
According to the media outlet, the aforementioned list includes more than 400 underage children who are classified as terrorists, and even more outrageously, 162 Uighur children under the age of 5, and a number of elderly Uighurs over 80.
The newspaper quoted informed sources as saying that by listing young Uyghur children on its terrorist list, the CCP is trying to vilify and physically eliminate the Uyghurs, and that its so-called anti-terrorism is just an excuse.