Families Of The Disappeared: A Search For Loved Ones Held In China's Xinjiang RegionNovember 12, 2018
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Seytoff says his team interviewed Uighurs who said they were asked to fill out a government form to assess their security threat to the Chinese state. Uighurs told Seytoff’s team that applicants were graded on a 100-point scale.
“If you are a Uighur, you automatically lose 10 points,” recalls Seytoff. “If you pray? Another 10 points. You’ve been overseas? Another 10 points. You have relatives overseas? Another 10 points. If you’re 50 or below, you’re unsafe and you go to a camp.”