“One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter”- our Socialist Â progressives never tire to throw Â this line around Â as if they can’t wait for the freedom of the burka. Since many of them already grow scruffy beards out of solidarity, the freedom of Islam is Â closer than ever for all of Â us. As usual, the left is complicit in aiding and abetting the Global Jihad:
AUSTRALIA has issued international Uighur leader Rebiya Kadeer with a short-stay business visa in the face of strong pressure from the Chinese government.
China had signalled that such a move would exacerbate tensions in a relationship already reeling from a series of problems, including what Beijing sees as unfair media coverage over the imprisonment of Australian Rio Tinto executive Stern Hu. Â Counter Jihad>>
Exiled Uighur leader not a terrorist:Â
StephenÂ Smith, Foreign Minister of Australia
Australia has rejected China’s objections over next week’s visit to the country by the exiled Uighur leader Rebiya Kadeer.
Foreign Minister Stephen Smith says Ms Kadeer is not a terrorist and there is no reason why she should be denied a visa.
Ms Kadeer is planning to attend the premier of a documentary about her life – 10 Conditions of Love – at the Melbourne International Film Festival.
China accuses Ms Kadeer of heading a separatist terrorist movement and blames her for the violent riots in Xinjiang province earlier this month, which left nearly 200 people dead.
Mr Smith says he will not be meeting Ms Kadeer during her visit. More from the ABC>>
But China’s Uighurs are not Tibetan monks. Rabid Rabiya is not the Dalai Lama…
Its okay for the nutroots to run around with “Free Tibet” posters, but when the left supports Islamic head choppers who just killed over a hundred Han Chinese in the Uighur bloody riots I smell an eerie, misguided equivalence…
Kadeer is believed to be the mastermind behind the July 5 riot in Urumqi and responsible for a series of protests at Chinese embassies worldwide.
The riot in the capital of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region left nearly 200 dead and 1,600 injured
Rabiya Kadeer says 10,000 people disappeared in one night in Urumqi, complains about US silence
Accused by Beijing of masterminding the violence in Xinjiang, Uyghur leader calls for an international inquiry to see who was behind the clashes and deaths in Urumqi. China says US agrees the matter is an internal Chinese matter. Beijing criticises Japan and Australia for hosting Kadeer.
TokyoÂ (AsiaNews/Agencies) â€“ Exiled Uyghur dissident Rebiya Kadeer accused China today of trying to lay a veil of silence over the disappearance of “about 10,000 people” during the unrest in Urumqi, Xinjiang. The head of the World Uyghur Congress has also reproached the United States for its silence over the matter as well. Ms Kadeer arrived yesterday in the Japanese capital to urge the international community to provide support to her people, “massacred” by the Chinese.“About 10,000 people disappeared in Urumqi in one night. Where have they gone? If they are dead, where are they” now, she said during a press conference through an interpreter. Â Read it all>>>