Plane hijack foiled in west China's Xinjiang

Jun 29, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Clover Herald

A government website says passengers and crew on a plane in China's far-western region of Xinjiang have foiled a hijacking attempt by six people.

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#1
Jun 29, 2012
 
Well done by passengers and crew. If this is done by Muslim terrorist then China should rethink of it's friendship with Pakistan and hope it start living in real world where Islamic terrorists are real and they attack anyone from Non-Muslim to Muslim, from small child to old people.
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#2
Jun 29, 2012
 
Not all Muslim terrorists are from Pakistan. There are few of these rotten eggs in Australia, US, Europe etc. Many are from India and Indonesia.
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#3
Jun 29, 2012
 
Realist wrote:
Not all Muslim terrorists are from Pakistan. There are few of these rotten eggs in Australia, US, Europe etc. Many are from India and Indonesia.
One way to make a point to a hostile government like China. Go Uighurs.
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Jun 29, 2012
 
Filmalay wrote:
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One way to make a point to a hostile government like China. Go Uighurs.
So, you're al-Qaeda sleeper cell living in U.S. then? At least a sympathizer?
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#5
Jun 29, 2012
 
Realist wrote:
Not all Muslim terrorists are from Pakistan. There are few of these rotten eggs in Australia, US, Europe etc. Many are from India and Indonesia.
World Uyghur Congress (WUC) is headquartered in Munich, Germany. Go figure.
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Jun 29, 2012
 
RayH wrote:
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World Uyghur Congress (WUC) is headquartered in Munich, Germany. Go figure.
Uighurs can express freely their anger in Germany ,against a hostile government, without fear of being persecuted or worse sent to a labor camp. Tibetans self immolate themselves to make a point and so that the world knows what they're fighting for.
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Jun 29, 2012
 
RayH wrote:
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So, you're al-Qaeda sleeper cell living in U.S. then? At least a sympathizer?
I don't get paid twenty cents to counter anything that get posted against China. To express your thoughts freely without fear of being arrested or sent to labor camp is priceless. To savor freedom is the best thing that a human being can ever experienced in life. I can't describe it myself.
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Jun 29, 2012
 
Filmalay wrote:
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One way to make a point to a hostile government like China. Go Uighurs.
There is nothing noble about terrorism. Hijacking a plane risks the lives of innocent people including women and children. To condone this to make a point reminds me of Bin Laden's sick justification and celebration of the 911 hijackings and crashes that killed thousands of innocent people.
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Jun 29, 2012
 
Is there any place on Earth where muslims act like human beings?
RayH

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Filmalay wrote:
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Uighurs can express freely their anger in Germany ,against a hostile government, without fear of being persecuted or worse sent to a labor camp. Tibetans self immolate themselves to make a point and so that the world knows what they're fighting for.
World Uyghur Congress (WUC) is linked to Terrorist organizations. Germany is condoning this. No wonder Germany is subject to Terrorism itself.
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Jun 29, 2012
 
2 Cents wrote:
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There is nothing noble about terrorism. Hijacking a plane risks the lives of innocent people including women and children. To condone this to make a point reminds me of Bin Laden's sick justification and celebration of the 911 hijackings and crashes that killed thousands of innocent people.
If 10,000 Uighurs and Tibetans self immolate themselves to make a point or to get the attention of a hostile government so what's the difference? Bin Laden is an outright terrorist and therefore can't compare him to the Tibetans or Uighurs who advocate peaceful resolution to their issues. China is not paying attention to their issues.
U BEGGARDS WITH BIGMOUTHS

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#12
Jun 29, 2012
 
Filmalay wrote:
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If 10,000 Uighurs and Tibetans self immolate themselves to make a point or to get the attention of a hostile government so what's the difference? Bin Laden is an outright terrorist and therefore can't compare him to the Tibetans or Uighurs who advocate peaceful resolution to their issues. China is not paying attention to their issues.
what ever Filipino Ape...

just like muslim freedom fighters in Mindanao

advocate peaceful resolution to their issues too...
Filmalay

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U BEGGARDS WITH BIGMOUTHS wrote:
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what ever Filipino Ape...
just like muslim freedom fighters in Mindanao
advocate peaceful resolution to their issues too...
GPH and Muslims are almost in the finish line to a lasting peace in the south. The government listened to their problem. Why can't the Chinese do the same to the Uighurs and Tibetans.
U BEGGARDS WITH BIGMOUTHS

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Jun 29, 2012
 
Filmalay wrote:
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GPH and Muslims are almost in the finish line to a lasting peace in the south. The government listened to their problem. Why can't the Chinese do the same to the Uighurs and Tibetans.
what ever lying Indio APE

what fantasy world to you live in?

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The Islamic insurgency in the Philippines refers to political tensions and open hostilities which began in 1969[7] between the Jihadist rebel groups and the Government of the Philippines. The Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) was established by University of the Philippines professor Nur Misuari to condemn the killings of more than 60 Filipino Muslims and later became an aggressor against the government while the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), a splinter group from the MNLF, was established to seek an Islamic state within the Philippines and is more radical and more aggressive. Conflict dates back to 1899 during the uprising of the Bangsamoro people to resist foreign rule from the United States. Hostilities ignited again starting in the 1960s when the government started to resist upcoming rebellions by killing more than 60 Filipino Muslims and continues up to present.

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U BEGGARDS WITH BIGMOUTHS

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#15
Jun 29, 2012
 
Administration of Aquino (2010-present)

During the term of President Benigno Aquino III, a series of peace talks for the cessation of hostilities was held, including the meeting of MILF Chair Al Haj Murad Ibrahim in Tokyo, Japan which was lauded on both sides.[10] Norway also joined the International Monitoring Team (IMT) on January 2011, overseeing the ceasefire agreement between the government and MILF on Mindanao. Despite the peace talks, a series of conflicts erupted. on September 10, 2011, Jal Idris, a hardcore member of Abu Sayyaf, was arrested by government forces after a crossfire between the Philippine Army and the rebel group[33] The Armed Forces of the Philippines also killed three Abu Sayyaf militants in a stand-off[34] the following day after the arrest of Jal Idris.

Terrorism continued throughout his term, on January 2011, 4 merchants and a guide were killed by the Abu Sayyaf[35] and later, a soldier would be killed in a clash against the rebels.[36] These rebel groups attacked a village in Sulu, killing 7 Marines and taking 7 civilians captive. They later freed 2 of the hostages after a ransom was paid.[37] Also, several areas in Mindanao were bombed on August 2011 and a Filipino businesswoman was abducted on September 2011[38] who was later freed after the three gunmen were gunned down by the Armed Forces of the Philippines.[39]

On October 2011, the MILF was blamed for the killings 30 government troops, thereby violating the ceasefire agreement. It produces outrage and so the battle for terrorism in the country wages on.

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