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Surrey, Canada

#24 Jun 27, 2013
CCP needs a STUPID CHINA wrote:
I wonder how many days it will be before mainland Chinese are allowed to learn of the bloody revolt against the Chinese Communist Party UNDERWAY RIGHT NOW IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY??????
Or WEEKS?
Or MONTHS?
Or YEARS?
Or will it be HIDDEN and PAPERED OVER WITH LIES for DECADES like the TIANNANMEN SQUARE MASSACRE where the Chinese Communist Party MURDERED 2000 UNARMED CHINESE CITIZENS?
Poor, poor China!
STILL NO MENTION on China Daily's website!

Just this piece of preparatory propaganda:

Xinjiang to crack down on 'three evil forces'

Updated: 2012-03-06 10:55

(Xinhua)

BEIJING - China's Xinjiang will spare no efforts to prevent and crack down upon sabotage activities of the three evil forces of separatism, extremism and terrorism to ensure social stability, chairman of the regional government has said.

Xinjiang will also strengthen the management of religious affairs in accordance with relevant laws, Nur Bekri, also a deputy to the National People's Congress, said during the top legislature's annual session on Monday.

"Xinjiang will earnestly implement the policy of religious freedom and guide the religious activities to fit into the socialist society," the official said.

"We will give protection to the legal activities and stem crimes so as to create a stable environment for Xinjiang's development," he said.

Located in China's far west, Xinjiang has been battling separatism, extremism and terrorism for decades.

About 41.5 percent of Xinjiang's 21 million population are Uygurs, a largely Muslim ethnic group. Security experts say growing religious extremism in the region has fanned most of the violent attacks.

During Xinjiang's most deadly unrest in decades, 197 people were killed and about 1,700 others injured after riots broke out in the capital city of Urumqi on July 5, 2009.

While keeping an eye on the security, Xinjiang will also speed up to build itself into a channel for China's energy and resources security and an important portal for China's opening up westward, Bekri said.

WHAT A JOKE!!!!!

The Chinese people are being manipulated shamelessly with lies!
FREE EAST TURKESTAN

Port Moody, Canada

#25 Jun 28, 2013
The open revolt against CCP occupation continues in East Turkestan!
FREE EAST TURKESTAN

Port Moody, Canada

#26 Jul 8, 2013
I wonder how many Muslim Uighurs have been tortured and murdered by the Chinese Communist Party thugs TODAY?
CCP is HATED and DYING

Port Moody, Canada

#27 Jul 24, 2013
28 June 2013 Last updated at 02:56 ET

from the BBC

China Xinjiang riots toll 'rises to 35'

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The death toll after riots in China's far western region of Xinjiang has risen from 27 to 35, state media say.

The rioters had attacked police stations with knives and set fire to police cars on Wednesday, killing 24 people, reports said.

The police killed 11 of the attackers and captured four, the report added.

There are sporadic outbreaks of violence in Xinjiang, where there are ethnic tensions between Muslim Uighur and Han Chinese communities.

State media have described the incident as a "terrorist attack", but provided no information about the ethnicity of the rioters or what sparked the incident.

Continue reading the main story
At the scene

Martin Patience

BBC News, Turpan

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When we approached the town of Lukqun we hit a checkpoint. The area was swarming with armed police. Nobody - including us - was getting through.

Locals have been warned not to speak out. We were followed for the whole day by officials in a black car.

There has yet to be any official explanation as to what triggered the violence. But some locals told us it was caused by a religious dispute.

It has echoes of a similar incident in Xinjiang this April in which more than twenty died.

Beijing blamed the violence on terrorists. But locals told the BBC that the incident was triggered after officials prevented women from one devout Muslim family from wearing full veils. It was claimed they pressured the men to shave their beards.

What is clear from recent events is the smouldering tensions that exist on China's rugged western frontier.
Confirming reports from the region is difficult because information is tightly controlled.

The violence occurred in Turpan's remote township of Lukqun, about 200km (120 miles) south-east of the region's capital, Urumqi, early on Wednesday.

Sixteen of those killed by the rioters were from the Uighur ethnic group, state-run news agency Xinhua said.

Two police officers were amongst the victims, Xinhua added.

Security has been stepped up, with foreign journalists being denied access to Lukqun town.

Uighurs make up about 45% of Xinjiang's population, but say an influx of Han Chinese residents has marginalised their traditional culture.

Beijing authorities often blame violent incidents in Xinjiang on Uighur extremists seeking autonomy for the region. Uighur activists, meanwhile, accuse Beijing of over-exaggerating the threat to justify heavy-handed rule.

In 2009 almost 200 people - mostly Han Chinese - were killed after deadly rioting erupted in Urumqi between the Han Chinese and Uighur communities.

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