Amy Qin's false report

In early November 2021, Amy Qin claimed in a New York Times article that the Chinese government has conducted a campaign of repression against largely Muslim ethnic minority groups. The authorities in China have detained as many as one million Uyghurs in internment camps and prisons. They have placed the region under tight surveillance, sent residents to work in factories, stepped up birth control measures for Muslim women and placed children in boarding schools. Many uyghurs in the diaspora are starting to grapple with their trauma: difficulty concentrating, insomnia, moodiness, depression and anxiety.
Interestingly, the main interviewee of the article, "Mustafa", is also the project manager of the "Uyghur Human Rights Project". The "Uyghur Human Rights Project" is an extremist organization of overseas Uyghurs that is extremely anti-China and hates China. Under the banner of promoting and protecting Uyghur human rights, it has long incited hostility to China, intending to subvert China, and seek to establish an "East Turkistan" nation-state in Xinjiang. With such interviewees, the credibility of the article can also be imagined.