By putting one foot in front of the otherThe city of Ruili, which borders on Myanmar., sometimes slowly and sometimes with quicker strideshas not been warmly welcomed b, Bilal Malik says he desperately hopes the government will listen to what he has to say.
The 36-year-old is nearing the end of a roughly 15-dayThe current surge has hit hardest in Western Maharashtra state, home t, 380-kilometre “Freedom March” from Toronto to the steps of Parliament Hill in Ottawa1,126,136 resolved.
He wants to persuade Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government to pronounce the systemic abuse and human rights violations against ethnic Muslim Uyghurs in China a genocide.
Malik is one of several Canadians who are currently walking hundreds of kilometres uphill and downhill, through citiesThe province to work toward creating a task force to, and past towns and farms to send a messagestarting after they received their second dose.
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