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Human Rights Institute in SWUPL Publishes a Research Report on "Chinese Cable Documents" Incident About Western Media

        On November 16th, the New York Times columnists Austin  Lanzer and Chris Barkley rendered the 403-page internal document obtained from the "anonymous person" in China under the title "Leaked Document"; On November 28th, the website of the International Association of Journalists' Investigation (ICIJ) also published five "confidential documents" inside the Chinese government provided by "overseas people" under the title "Chinese  Cable Documents".The reports of the two "leaked documents" mentioned above have aroused widespread concern of international public opinion and are called "Chinese Cable Documents".


        In response to Western media and journalists' questions and speculations about the "Xinjiang Issue", the Human Rights Research Institute in Southwest University of Political Science and Law released a research report on "Xinjiang's counter-terrorism and de-extremalization."
     

       The report believes that, as far as the content of the "Chinese Cable Documents" itself is concerned, it reflects the "three fallacies" of Western media's counter-terrorism and de-extremalization work in Xinjiang.The first is to ignore the international consensus on the dangers of "terrorism"; the second is to distort the Chinese government's counter-terrorism position seriously;the third is an arbitrary imagination of counter-terrorism and de-extremalization work in Xinjiang.By comparing the "ChinaCable Documents" background presupposition of Xinjiang's counter-terrorism and de-extremalization work, by comparing and analyzing the questions of legality, Xinjiang's counter-terrorism, and de-extremalization methods,the report draws these conclusions:Xinjiang explores counter-terrorism and de-extremalization through vocational skills education and training, improving students' human rights situation.Trainees have the ability to distinguish right from wrong through studying law; they recognize the nature of the "three forces" and the differences between separatism, terrorism, extremism and normal religion. It has strengthened the national consciousness, citizenship consciousness, rule of law consciousness, and the awareness of the Chinese nation community, and has helped to eliminate the ideological roots of the spread of terrorism and extremism.


      At the same time, the "Chinese Cable Documents" incident also fully exposed the western media's ignorance of the rule of law principles, positions, and procedures of China's anti-terrorism and de-extremalization work and their selective blindness to the Chinese government's existing legal system, legal capacity and international cooperation mechanisms in this area.