Bijing: is revealed in a new research conducted over Uigron in China slow genocide of the Uighur Muslims of the Chinese government Shijiang. Research has also found strong evidence that China is systematically massacred the Uyghur population due to its perceived threat to national security. In the research, Adrian Janz, a senior fellow in China Studies and a lawyer specializing in international criminal law, Erin Rosenberg, wrote for Foreign Policy that China seeks to eradicate the existence of the Uighur community by curbing its birth rate.
According to a report, the governments of at least five countries of the world believe that China considers Uighurs a threat to national security and wants to eradicate them by banning their birth rate. In a forthcoming report in the Central Asian Survey, based on published statements and reports from Chinese academics and officials, Genz presents extensive and attention-grabbing evidence. The core message of this report is that the Uyghur population is seen as a threat to China's national security. China has controlled the birth rate of Uighurs for the counter-terrorism campaign in such a way that by 2040 only 26 to 4.5 million children will be born annually.