East Turkistani protesters marched through Washington DC chanting, "Support us America!" and "East Turkistan is not Xinjiang!" The activists called for action from the U.S Government and went into detail about the treatment of Uyghurs, while the Chinese government says it is only attempting to defend its citizens from Islamic terrorism. https://youtu.be/Pj6BqKU0jQ4  #Turkistan #China #journalism #Subverse #news

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