Legal Challenge to Govt Decision to Allow Huawei 5G Network Access

by British Uyghurs, Rahima Mahmut & Enver Tohti Bughda

Legal Challenge to Govt Decision to Allow Huawei 5G Network Access

by British Uyghurs, Rahima Mahmut & Enver Tohti Bughda
British Uyghurs, Rahima Mahmut & Enver Tohti Bughda
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Rahima Mahmut, a human rights activist and head of the World Uyghur Congress London Office and Enver Tohti Bughda, also an activist and a ‘International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China.
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British Uyghurs, Rahima Mahmut & Enver Tohti Bughda
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We are two British Uyghurs, Rahima Mahmut, a human rights activist and head of the World Uyghur Congress's London Office and Enver Tohti Bughda who is also an activist and a member of the International Advisory Committee of the International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China.

We were alarmed and very disappointed that British Government has decided to allow Huawei to provide parts of the United Kingdom's 5G network due to the mass repression of the Uyghur people in Huawei's supply chain. Please contribute to our legal challenge now so we can hold the British Government to account and share this page with your friends, family and on social media.

The reason why we were so alarmed and disappointed is because there is evidence from well researched independent sources such as the Australian Strategic Policy Institute that Huawei plays an integral part in the mass repression of the Uyghur people which amounts to the crimes against humanity of torture, enslavement , forcible transfer, imprisonment and other severe deprivation of physical liberty in violation of fundamental rules of international law, enforced marriage and pregnancy, and persecution. The evidence from the ASPI Report Mapping China’s Technology Giants shows that Huawei is ‘deeply implicated in the ongoing surveillance, repression and persecution of Uyghurs and other Muslim ethnic minority communities in Xinjiang.’   Further evidence about Huawei's role can be found in the PBC Frontline documentary China Undercover and in the ITV Exposure documentary Undercover Inside China's Digital Gulag.

Further, there is also evidence of the use of slavery in Huawei's supply chain which means that their products contain components which are made by Uyghurs who are transported thousands of miles from their homes under force or the threat of force.

We are raising funds to challenge the Government about their decision to allow Huawei to be a part of the UK's communication network. We strongly believe that given the evidence about Huawei the British people would not support their continued participation in our 5G network.

The initial target of this Crowd Justice campaign is £5000 which will cover pre-action legal work including the sending of written representations to the Government requesting that the decision to choose Huawei be reconsidered.

If the Government fails to respond to these representations we will be forced to challenge their decision in Court and will fundraise further for this. Our aim is to prevent Huawei from taking part in the UK's 5G network given the intense pain and suffering inflicted upon our people with this company playing an integral part of that oppression.

Please do not forget the Uyghur people! Thank you for your help with this case!

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