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Uyghur activist was arrested by Morocco authorities on China’s request

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 Uyghur activist Yidiresi Aishan was arrested by Morocco authorities on China’s request. He was arrested in exile. 

Yidiresi Aishan was arrested on China’s request when he landed at Mohammed V international airport in Casablanca on 20 July, upon arrival from Istanbul.

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The Chinese embassy in Morocco and the Interpol avoided commenting over the arrest. 

Uyghur activists believe the arrest as politically driven and fearful of extraditing Aishan to China. 

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Morocco’s national security directorate said that the activist was a subject to red notice issued by Interpol (the most wanted list of Interpol). 

Uyghur activist Yidiresi Aishan was arrested by Morocco authorities is a computer engineer of 33 years old based in Istanbul Turkey also holds Residency Papers there. 

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Author: Usman Zulfiqar Ali

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