Career of Rebiya Kadeer President

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Career of Rebiya Kadeer President رهئىسى رابىيه قادىر خانىم

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Rebiya Kadeer is a leader and human rights activist prominent people of Uighur. Rebiya Kadeer is a mother of 11 children, and is also a former businessman grew up a millionaire from the laundry shop in general. She was imprisoned for six years on the grounds that it was against the Chinese dictatorship. Prior to being arrested in 1999, she has been known as a famous Uighur businesswoman. And, it was celebrity lined up in the seventh of China Ju-dai millionaire.

Loving mother of one person, Rebiya Kadeer is a politician and philanthropist. The construction of a department store and trading company with assets of several million U.S. dollars in the capital Urumqi (also known as Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region) East Turkestan once, she had to run. In order to give the education of children Uighur, the children of the poor in particular home, she opened a free school on the site of the department store to management or himself. She began the "movement of the mother of thousands" to be intended to December 1997, and to have the confidence that cause business to Uighur women. Philanthropic spirit of her is highly appreciated by the Chinese government, in 1992 China Political Consultative Conference and was appointed a member of the. Then, in 1995, I attended as a representative to the China Women's meeting of the United Nations 4th.

First, Rebiya Kadeer is wished to, was to improve the situation, which is located of Uighurs by joint efforts of the government (the Chinese government). She tried to be a speech boldly toward the luxury officials, including the Chinese president at the time, to encourage the improvement of policy repressive and hard-line against the Uighurs of government. In place of the National People's Political Consultative Conference of March 1997, she was asked the Chinese government to respect the human rights and autonomy enough of Uighurs, and defend it. Then, one month before occurred in Yining on February 5, 1997 I was chastised that the Chinese government was pressurized armed needle brutally manner a peaceful demonstration by Uighur students.

This is the reason, attitudes toward Rebiya Kadeer of Beijing has changed.

As a punishment for her, membership will of Political Consultative Conference is deprivation, to go to a foreign country is forbidden. In addition, it is forced to divorce with Sudekkuhaji-Roz husband had defected to the United States in 1996, Beijing was increasingly pressure.

In 1999, she was arrested in the (street) the way to talks with the United States Congress delegation on a visit to local, prison sentence of eight years in prison was sentenced a so-called "state secrets theft".

Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch released a result of the request and intense condemnation of international organizations such as, Rebiya Kadeer incident has come to those troubled in the international arena for the Chinese government. In 2000, Rebiya Kadeer of imprisoned during was awarded the highest human rights award of Human Rights Watch. In 2004, raft Fund of Norway sent a raft of human rights prize to her. Then, on March 17, 2005, three days before the United States Secretary of State to visit officially the Beijing, she was released for reasons of health.

Rebiya Kadeer is taken into the human rights movement of Uighur actively from the day it is released. She was allowed to establish a "democracy fund and Uyghur human rights" in Washington in September 2005. In May 2006, and was appointed chairman in Washington of "Uyghur American Association". Then, in November 2006, headquartered in Munich, Germany , "World Uyghur Congress" was elected as Governor of. She was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005-2006-2007-2008-2009-2010-2011 fiscal. While it continues to paint the mud to human rights movement peaceful her Chinese government to constantly, she is looked up to as a promising future leaders of Uighur and, "mother of Uyghur" still.

Transcribing from the site of the World Uyghur Congress

http://www.uyghurcongress.org/jp/?p=54

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