A kuthba is the obligatory Friday prayers in the mosque, when the imam rouses the believers in the holy struggle (jihad) Â to make the world Islamic by killing unbelievers and Jooozzz. Islamic prayers are, as we can see here once again, quite different from other religions. But don’t bother telling that to the enlightened progressives, for whom “all religions are equally bad”…
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Uighur Jihadist Group Threatens China over Xinjiang Clashes: ‘Allah’s Cavalry Will Soon Fall Upon You’; ‘Oh Brave Mujahideen… Kill the Communist Chinese Wherever You Find Them’
The Islamic Party ofÂ TurkestanÂ (IPT) has released a four-minute audio statement in the Uighur language in response to the recent deadly clashes in Xinjiang province inÂ Western China. The voice is that of Sayf Allah, a military commander in the group who was last seen in a video released earlier this year titled “Steadfastness and Preparation for Jihad for the Sake of Allah”; the recording is played over a still photo. The statement was posted on jihadist forums onÂ July 16, 2009; the communiquÃ© itself is dated July 7.
The Islamic Party ofÂ Turkestan, formerly known as the Islamic Party ofÂ East Turkestan, is a small Uighur jihadist group believed currently to be based in the tribal regions of westernÂ Pakistan.
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Following is a translation of the Arabic transcript that was provided by the IPT together with the audio recording; the document indicates that the text was adapted to Arabic, and may not be a word-for-word translation of the Uighur:
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