Anti-terror efforts Xinjiang’s priority

Anti-terror efforts Xinjiang‘s priority
China Daily Tue, 04 Aug 2009 02:57 AM PDT
Anti-terrorism efforts remain a clear priority for the Ministry of State for Security (MSS), which has uncovered five terrorism plots for attacks on Xinjiang civilians, since the July 5 riot in Urumqi.

 

Xinjiang to spend 5.4b yuan to hasten highway construction
China Daily Tue, 04 Aug 2009 00:58 AM PDT
Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region will spend 5.4 billion yuan ($790.6 million) in the next two months to speed up highway construction, said a senior transport official Tuesday.

 

Rebiya Kadeer Akan Pidato di Australia
okezone Mon, 03 Aug 2009 23:50 PM PDT
Rebiya Kadeer, aktivis Uighur yang dituduh menjadi dalang kerusuhan etnis di Provinsi Xinjiang, akan menyampaikan pidatonya di Australia pada 11 Agustus mendatang.

 

Chian cracks down on organized terror outfits in Xijiang
New Kerala Mon, 03 Aug 2009 23:12 PM PDT
Beijing, Aug.4 : Police forces and state security agencies had prevented five organized terrorist attacks on civilians in China’s far west Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China’s anti-terrorism sources said Monday.

 

Uighur Activist Kadeer to Deliver Speech in Australia Next Week
Bloomberg Mon, 03 Aug 2009 22:39 PM PDT
Aug. 4 (Bloomberg) — Uighur activist Rebiya Kadeer , accused by China of instigating ethnic riots in Xinjiang province last month that left 192 people dead, will deliver a speech in Australia on Aug. 11.

 

Xinjiang Party Chief urges efforts to maintain stability, achieve economic goals
People’s Daily Mon, 03 Aug 2009 21:17 PM PDT
Xinjiang‘s Party chief has called for more efforts to maintain social stability and ensure the achievement of this year’s economic and social development goals in the northwestern Chinese region. Wang Lequan, secretary of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), made the remarks at a meeting gathering senior regional officials Monday. Wang said …

 

Family charge Kadeer with organizing riots
China Daily Mon, 03 Aug 2009 20:38 PM PDT
BEIJING: Family members of Rebiya Kadeer have asked her not to organize violence or undermine the peaceful life in Xinjiang, in letters made public on Monday.

 

Police prevent terrorist attacks in Xinjiang
China Daily Mon, 03 Aug 2009 20:38 PM PDT
BEIJING: Police forces and state security agencies had prevented five organized terrorist attacks on civilians in China’s far west Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China’s anti-terrorism sources said Monday.

 

China: Letter Blames Uighur for Violence, Officials Say
New York Times Mon, 03 Aug 2009 20:07 PM PDT
China released a letter that it says was written by relatives of the exiled Uighur activist Rebiya Kadeer blaming her for the deadly riots last month in Xinjiang.

 

Released letter from Rebiya Kadeer’s family scolds her for unrest
Shanghaiist Mon, 03 Aug 2009 19:57 PM PDT
File this under “Things to take with a grain of salt”: Rebiya Kadeer’s family in China has apparently written a letter (in the Uyghur language) to the separatist leader, which was then translated into Chinese and English by Xinhua. The letter starts out thusly: “You once were the richest person in Xinjiang just because you were granted a lot of business opportunities and convenience by the …
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China steps up campaign against exiled Uighur

China steps up campaign against exiled Uighur
KWQC-TV 6 Davenport Mon, 03 Aug 2009 04:00 AM PDT
BEIJING (AP) â China stepped up its campaign against exiled Uighur activist Rebiya Kadeer on Monday with the release of a letter it says was penned by close relatives in China blaming her for last month’s deadly riots in her native Xinjiang.

 

China Detains 319 People for Links to Xinjiang Riots (Update2)
Bloomberg Mon, 03 Aug 2009 03:50 AM PDT
Aug. 3 (Bloomberg) — Chinese police detained 319 people in western Xinjiang province in connection with the nationâs worst ethnic clashes in decades that erupted last month, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.

 

Iran urges China to observe rights of Muslims
The Malaysian Insider Mon, 03 Aug 2009 03:46 AM PDT
TEHRAN, Aug 3 â Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Sheikholeslam in a meeting with Chinese envoy to Iran called on China to observe the rights of Muslims in Xinjiang Uighur autonomous region which was scene of unrests recently, Iranian news agency (Irna) reported today. According to the Information and Press Bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the meeting, Sheikholeslam outlined …

 

Following is the full text of a letter to families of the victims in July 5 riot, which was written by Rebiya Kadeer’s …
Eastday.com Mon, 03 Aug 2009 03:10 AM PDT
The photo taken on Aug. 2, 2009 shows a letter written by family members of Rebiya Kadeer to relatives of the victims in the riot in Urumqi on July 5. Family members of Rebiya Kadeer have asked her not to organize violence or undermine the peaceful life in Xinjiang, in letters made public on Monday.

 

Police Arrest 319 People in Unrest in Xinjiang
Pravda Mon, 03 Aug 2009 02:55 AM PDT
The official state news agency says police in western China have detained another 319 people suspected of being involved in deadly ethnic unrest.

 

China says Uighur leader’s family condemn her
u.tv Mon, 03 Aug 2009 02:40 AM PDT
China stepped up pressure on the exiled Uighur activist Rebiya Kadeer , saying two of her children and her brother had written letters condemning her for orchestrating last month’s riots in Urumqi, the capital of the Xinjiang region.

 

UPDATE: Kadeer’s Kin Blame Her For Unrest – China Media
Nasdaq Mon, 03 Aug 2009 02:36 AM PDT
BEIJING (AFP)–Two children of exiled Uighur leader Rebiya Kadeer have blamed her for deadly ethnic unrest in Xinjiang, Chinese state media said Monday, but a spokesman for her group said their letters were fakes.

 

‘Fake’ letters blame Kadeer over Urumqi
AAP via Yahoo!7 News Mon, 03 Aug 2009 02:33 AM PDT
Children of Uighur leader Rebiya Kadeer have blamed her for deadly unrest in Xinjiang, Chinese state media says, but a spokesman says the letters are fake.

 

China says another 319 detained over Xinjiang riot
The Washington Times Mon, 03 Aug 2009 00:38 AM PDT
BEIJING (AP) — Police in western China have detained another 319 people suspected of being involved in deadly ethnic unrest between Muslim minority Uighurs and the dominant Han Chinese community last month, a state news agency said. Police in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang, said the detentions were made in the city and elsewhere in the far western region, based on information given by the …

 

Situation has stabilized in Urumqi after July riots – Chinese ambassador
Interfax Mon, 03 Aug 2009 00:34 AM PDT
ASTANA. Aug 3 (Interfax) – Kazakh citizens should not be afraid to travel to Urumqi, the capital of China’s Xinjiang-Uighur Autonomous Region (XUAR), where mass riots erupted in early July, Chinese Ambassador to Kazakhstan Cheng Guoping told a news conference in Astana.

China Detains 319 More in Uighur Unrest

China Detains 319 More in Uighur Unrest
Voice of America
The leader of an extremist group called the Turkistan Islamic Party is urging Muslims worldwide to attack Chinese interests in retaliation for what he calls
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China-Turkey and East Turkistan: a frayed relationship « euraktiva
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China-Turkey and East Turkistan: a frayed relationship. İstanbul_5880 The violent unrest in China’s western region has cast a chill over the prevously warming links between Ankara and Beijing. The deeper roots of their dispute lie both
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Muslim Militant urges targeting China over Uighurs
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Abdul-Haq, whose group has launched violent attacks in the past, accused China of committing “barbaric massacres” against Muslims in Xianjiang, which TIP calls East Turkistan. via Militant urges targeting China over Uighurs
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Chinaâs juvenile jabs at Australia
Crikey Sun, 02 Aug 2009 21:40 PM PDT
China is using some pretty juvenile tactics to attempt to attack the Melbourne International Film Festival, and they’re simply drawing attention to the plight of the Uyghur minority in Xinjiang.

 

China Police Arrests 319 in Xinjiang over Civil Unrest
Novinite.com Sun, 02 Aug 2009 08:09 AM PDT
The police authorities of the People’s Republic of China have arrested another 319 people over the civil unrest that took 197 lives in the Uyghur Autonomous Region in July 2009.

 

Militant urges targeting China over Uighurs
Washington Post
DUBAI (Reuters) – The leader of a group calling itself the Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP) urged Muslims to attack Chinese interests to punish Beijing for
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Center for Research on Globalization

Bombshell: Bin Laden Worked for US Till 9/11
Center for Research on Globalization
One of those people is Anwar Yusuf Turani, the so-called ‘President-in-exile’ of East Turkistan (Xinjiang). This so-called ‘government-in-exile’ was
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Holger Awakens: China Now Finds Itself In the Crosshairs of
By Holger Awakens
Abdul-Haq, whose group has launched violent attacks in the past, accused China of committing “barbaric massacres” against Muslims in Xianjiang, which TIP calls East Turkistan. Uighurs are a Muslim people native to Xinjiang,
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Militant urges targeting China over Uighurs | China Trade Study
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DUBAI (Reuters) – The leader of a group calling itself the Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP) urged Muslims to attack Chinese interests to punish Beijing for what he described as massacres against Uighur Muslims. The rest is here:
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China Needs New Policies After East Turkistan – IslamOnline.net
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China Needs New Policies After East Turkistan – IslamOnline.net – News. APTOPIX China Protest GUANGZHOU, China — Following the deadly unrest in the Muslim-majority Xinjiang province, a senior Chinese official called Thursday, July 30,
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more sibel edmonds snippets « Niqnaq
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Sibel states that “a few main Susurluk actors also ended up in Chicago where they centered ‘certain’ aspects of their operations (Especially East Turkistan-Uighurs).” One of the main Deep State actors, Mehmet Eymur, former Chiefof
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Bombshell: Bin Laden worked for US till 9/11 « Viewer9’s Weblog
By viewer9
One of those people is Anwar Yusuf Turani, the so-called ‘President-in-exile’ of East Turkistan (Xinjiang). This so-called ‘government-in-exile’ was ‘established’ on Capitol Hill in September, 2004, drawing a sharp rebuke from China.
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Feud in China between Han and Uyghur Chinese civilians

Feud in China between Han and Uyghur Chinese civilians
The Muslim News – UK
East Turkistan belongs to China and is now renamed to Uyghur Autonomous Region of Sinkiang. Throughout this time many sanctions were put in place to destroy

China to maintain media openness policy after Urumqi Riot

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MCOT – English News By Thai News Agency Sat, 01 Aug 2009 01:06 AM PDT
URUMQI, Aug. 1 (Xinhua) — A top publicity official has said China would maintain its media openness policy after a riot in northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region last month, noting that it demonstrated the country’s democratic progress and confidence.
China to maintain media openness policy after Urumqi Riot
People’s Daily Fri, 31 Jul 2009 23:12 PM PDT
A top publicity official has said China would maintain its media openness policy after a riot in northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region last month, noting that it demonstrated the country’s democratic progress and confidence. The State Council Information Office sent an invitation to overseas media on July 6, just one day after the riot that has left 197 people dead and more than 1,600 …
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Bernama Fri, 31 Jul 2009 21:08 PM PDT
URUMQI, Aug 1 (Bernama) — A top publicity official has said China would maintain its media openness policy after a riot in northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region last month, noting that it demonstrated the country’s democratic progress and confidence, China’s Xinhua news agency reported Saturday.
Eastday-Xinjiang division of Miss Tourism Queen Int’l pageant held in Hami
Eastday.com Fri, 31 Jul 2009 19:56 PM PDT
Contestants present evening dress in the finals of the Xinjiang division of Miss Tourism Queen International pageant in Hami, a city in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, July 31, 2009. The finals of the Xinjiang division of Miss Tourism Queen International pageant ended in Hami Friday night.
Does Japan put itself in China’s place?
China Economic Net Fri, 31 Jul 2009 19:14 PM PDT
A riot occurred in Urumqi, the capital of China’s northwestern Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region on July 5. And three and a half weeks later, on July 29, Rebiya Kadeer, a chief instigator unceasingly fanning unrest among her followers, spoke a lot of nonsense in Japan to viciously slander and smear the Chinese government.
China says Xinjiang riot media openness a success
The Star Fri, 31 Jul 2009 09:13 AM PDT
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s central and regional propaganda offices have concluded that their strategy of media openness following ethnic riots in the far western city of Urumqi was a success, the Xinhua news agency said on Friday.
China Could Use Some Honest Talk About Race
New York Times Fri, 31 Jul 2009 06:46 AM PDT
Recent events in Xinjiang Province show how China awaits its own civil rights moment, and questions posed by the 1968 Kerner Commission would be a good place to start, Howard French writes.
China to Try Suspects Held After Riots
New York Times Fri, 31 Jul 2009 06:46 AM PDT
China will begin trials in the next few weeks for suspects it accuses of playing a role in the deadly riots that shook the Xinjiang region in July, state media reported on Friday.

China National Nuclear To Set Up Xinjiang Uranium Exploration Base

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Aljazeera Fri, 31 Jul 2009 01:21 AM PDT
China has slated the middle of August for the trial of suspects its says were involved in the ethnic violence earlier this month in the western region of Xinjiang, state media has reported.

 

Flooding costs China 46.5 bln yuan since April
People’s Daily Fri, 31 Jul 2009 01:19 AM PDT
Since the beginning of 2009, a total of 29 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities as well as the Production and Construction Corps of Xinjiang have suffered flood disasters at different levels. This is according to statistics up until July 30 from the Office of State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters. The results show that 5,335,000 hectares of farmland and 67.36 million …

 

China National Nuclear To Set Up Xinjiang Uranium Exploration Base
Nasdaq Fri, 31 Jul 2009 00:09 AM PDT
SHANGHAI -(Dow Jones)- China National Nuclear Corp., the country’s leading nuclear power developer in terms of capacity, will build a uranium exploration base in the northwestern Xinjiang Autonomous Region, the company said on its Web site.

 

Trials of Xinjiang suspects due in August
Channel NewsAsia Thu, 30 Jul 2009 22:03 PM PDT
BEIJING: Trials of suspects involved in deadly unrest that shook the capital of China’s Xinjiang region are slated to begin in mid-August, state press said on Friday.

 

15 Xinjiang Riots Most Wanted list released
Shanghaiist Thu, 30 Jul 2009 20:45 PM PDT
China has released a most wanted list – 15 people it says had roles in the Xinjiang riots, which killed over 190 people and wounded over 1,700. 14 of the names released appeared to be Uyghur, according to the AP , while one was Han Chinese. The notice urged the suspects turned themselves in within the next 10 days if they wanted leniency. Those who the government had to hunt down would be “dealt …

 

Xinjiang trials to begin in weeks – report
Perth Now Thu, 30 Jul 2009 19:38 PM PDT
TRIALS of suspects involved in deadly unrest that shook the capital of China’s Xinjiang region are slated to begin in mid-August, state press said.

 

China Disappeared Uighurs: Exiled Leader
Turks.US Thu, 30 Jul 2009 06:14 AM PDT
Thousands of Uighurs have disappeared in one night following the recent deadly unrest in Muslim-majority Xinjiang region, an exiled leader of the Muslim minority said on Wednesday, July 29, blasting American silence for the “massacred” against her people.

 

VoIP Services Blocked by Government
Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance Thu, 30 Jul 2009 05:30 AM PDT
JINAN, China—-Jinan Yinquan Technology, the wholly-owned subsidiary of China VoIP & Digital Telecom Inc. , today announced that as a result of the political riot on July 5 in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous region, the country issued an order to block the VoIP services temporarily.

 

Today from VOA:
Voice of America Thu, 30 Jul 2009 05:15 AM PDT
Chinese authorities have released the photos and names of 15 suspects allegedly involved in this month’s unrest in Xinjiang. Meanwhile, China is disputing exiled Uighur leader Rebiya Kadeer’s claim that 10,000 people are missing.

15 Arrested Over China Brawl Said To Have Triggered Riots

China needs new policies after Xinjiang: official
Reuters Thu, 30 Jul 2009 03:57 AM PDT
GUANGZHOU, China (Reuters) – A senior Chinese official made a rare admission on Thursday that the country had to change its policies toward ethnic minorities in light of deadly riots in far western Xinjiang this month.

 

15 Arrested Over China Brawl Said To Have Triggered Riots
Nasdaq Thu, 30 Jul 2009 03:41 AM PDT
GUANGZHOU (AFP) — A top Chinese official said Thursday 15 people have been arrested over a factory brawl that left two Muslim Uighur men dead and was a crucial trigger for deadly unrest in the Xinjiang region.

 

China denies Uighur disappearance claims
CBC.ca Thu, 30 Jul 2009 03:36 AM PDT
As China released a list Thursday of 15 people wanted in connection with ethnic violence in Xinjiang province, it dismissed claims from an exiled activist that more than 10,000 Chinese Muslims disappeared during the unrest.

 

Xinjiang crisis creates ripples abroad
Asia Times Thu, 30 Jul 2009 03:12 AM PDT
BEIJING – In recent days, China’s mainland intellectuals have publicly displayed a wave of patriotic support for the Xinjiang cause. They have expressed anger against “hostile foreign forces”, which they blame for inciting the recent violence in the ethnic Muslim area.

 

China’s Xinjiang rejects Uighur claim of 10,000 disappeared
ABS-CBNNEWS.com Thu, 30 Jul 2009 02:13 AM PDT
BEIJING – China’s Xinjiang region dismissed a claim by an exiled Uighur leader that nearly 10,000 people disappeared after ethnic unrest this month, state media reported Thursday.

 

Xinjiang agricultural markets stabilize
People’s Daily Thu, 30 Jul 2009 01:21 AM PDT
Following the July 5 riot in Urumqi, sales of agricultural products, especially seasonal and fresh produce in Xinjiang have decreased. The Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) has taken emergency action, adopting several measures to smooth agricultural product distribution channels and stabilize Xinjiang‘s agricultural product markets. Through the collective efforts of various parties, Xinjiang‘s …

 

China releases Xinjiang ‘most wanted’ list
AFP via Yahoo!Xtra News Thu, 30 Jul 2009 01:12 AM PDT
BEIJING (AFP) – Police in China’s Urumqi city have issued a list with photos of 15 suspects wanted in connection with ethnic unrest this month that the government says left 197 dead, state media said Thursday.

 

China publicises list of Uighur fugitives
The Sun Thu, 30 Jul 2009 00:00 AM PDT
BEIJING (July 30, 2009) : China has made public a list of names and photographs of 15 Uighurs wanted for their roles in rioting which killed almost 200 people in the Muslim region of Xinjiang this month.

 

China issues most-wanted list for Xinjiang riots
KJCT 8 Grand Junction Wed, 29 Jul 2009 23:31 PM PDT
BEIJING (AP) â China released a most-wanted list Thursday of 15 people it is seeking for their alleged roles in the worst ethnic violence to hit the country in decades.

 

Snapshots of Xinjiang‘s migrant workers
People’s Daily Wed, 29 Jul 2009 23:21 PM PDT
In a vocational school in the county seat of Jiashi, Xinjiang in China’s far west, 60 Uygur women dressed in camouflage received military training on Wednesday, which is one of the school’s courses to teach students’ discipline. The students will soon join in the army of migrant workers heading to China’s coastal east. Rebiya Aierken, one of the girls — all near their 20s, — said she has been …