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The U.S.-based Uyghur American Association called for an independent investigation of those claims and defended efforts of the Uighur people as peaceful.
(91) Uyghur American Association, "Five Uyghurs Killed in Raid in Urumchi; Uyghurs Executed in Kashgar After Mass Sentencing Rally," July 10, 2008.
Uyghur democracy leader Rebiya Kadeer, accused of masterminding the July riots, issued a statement from the United States through the Uyghur American Association saying tensions would have been eased earlier if city chief Wang had listened to the ''legitimate grievances'' of the Uyghur protestors.
But the Uyghur American Association in the United States said in a statement Monday that the incident had started out as a peaceful protest by Uyghur students but was met with ''fierce response'' by Chinese authorities.
According to Turdi Ghoja of the Uyghur American Association, the PRC is taking "advantage of the global war on terrorism" to indulge in "killing, torturing, and imprisoning" Uighurs in Xinjiang "without causing too much criticism from the international community." (50) Recently, U.N.