Chinese government has been accused of committing widespread human rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims and other ethnic minority groups in East Turkistan, including mass internment, forced labor, and cultural suppression for years. In this video, Kuzzat Altay talks about the difficulties he experienced in East Turkistan, how the communist regime affected his life during his youth, and the pressures on him and his family. Kuzzat Altay also discusses the films that have had a profound impact on him, highlighting the pivotal role that their messages played in shaping his life.
Kuzzat Altay describes the difficult decision to leave his family and homeland behind in order to escape the oppression of the Chinese government. He explains how his family was targeted by the authorities. Kuzzat himself was also subjected to surveillance and harassment by the authorities, leading him to fear for his safety and that of his family.
Throughout the video, Kuzzat highlights the challenges he faced while leaving the country. He also depicts his journey to Istanbul and what he felt when his plane touched down to Turkey.