Bilal Ghaparjan

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Bilal Ghaparjan Ghaparjan Memet ’s son, Bilal Ghaparjan (比拉里.阿帕尔江) was sentenced to serve 20 years in jail due to the fact that he studied in Egypt.


Bilal Ghaparjan

Testifying party (submitted by third party)

Mahmut Anwar Australian citizen tradesman by profession came to Australia in 2005 as a refugee father of four

Relation to victim

The victim is Mahmut's cousin.

About the victim

Bilal Ghaparjan (name in Chinese: 比拉里.阿帕尔江)

Victim's location

Unclear.

When victim was detained

At some point in the past 2 years (presumably).

Reason given for detention

Having previously studied in Egypt.

Victim's status

Currently serving a 20-year jail sentence.

How did the testifier learn about the victim's status?

From relatives in Kazakhstan.

Additional information

Mahmut has not been in contact with his relatives in Xinjiang for two years now, after they told him not to contact them for their safety. He claims to have developed significant psychological and emotional pain, which has affected his capacity to work.

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