Melbourne woman Mehray Mezensof has been married for five years, but her husband has been absent for most of that time.
- Mirzat Taher, an Australian permanent resident and Uyghur, has been detained in China
- His wife Mehray Mezensof, who lives in Melbourne, is speaking out for the first time
- A new report by Human Rights Watch says China is committing “crimes against humanity” in Xinjiang
Instead, he has been in and out of detention centres and concentration camps multiple times in China’s far north-western region of Xinjiang.
Ms Mezensof has never spoken publicly before, fearing it would make an already perilous situation more dangerous for her husband Mirzat Taher.
But she has been pushed to breaking point after receiving…
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