Spencerman & Gellerwoman Causing China Jihad!


According to a Stratfor SITREP, which they got from Reuters, via Vlad:

China arrests over 100 Uighurs, declares marshal law in Keshgar

July 31, 2011

The entire city of Kashgar, Xinjiang, is under martial law, and authorities have arrested at least 100 Uighurs, a spokesman for the World Uyghur Congress said, Reuters reported. It could not be confirmed if indeed martial law was ordered. The spokesman said that there is no way to protest peacefully the Chinese suppression and the policy of calculated resettlement in Kashgar.

The Uighur flag is interesting, Reminiscent of the Turkish one. 

But it’s all right — they were responding to decades of oppression, doncha know. “Ten die in Xinjiang knife attack, blast,” by Peter Parks for AFP, July 31:

“Restive Xinjiang”

Ten people were killed in a knife attack and blast in China’s ethnically-tense Xinjiang region at the weekend, state media and authorities said Sunday, in the latest bout of unrest to hit the area.A knife attack in the ancient Silk Road city of Kashgar on Saturday saw seven people killed and 28 hurt by two knife-wielding assailants.

Police have shot and killed four suspects after “an eruption of violence” that came just hours after seven people were killed by a pair of knife-wielding attackers.

One of the attackers was later killed in violence that erupted at a night market, government authorities said.

Hou Hanmin, spokeswoman for the government of the northwestern region, told AFP the attackers were both members of the mainly Muslim Uighur ethnic minority, adding the suspect who was still alive had been detained….

An explosion rocked city on Sunday, killing three people, including a police officer, and injuring three others, the official Xinhua news agency reported.

Police had already detained two suspects, Xinhua said, although it was not immediately clear what had caused the blasts….

Uh, maybe jihad?

According to tianshannet.com, a website run by the regional government, the suspects in Saturday’s attack hijacked a truck that was waiting at a light at the food market in Kashgar, not far from the border with Kyrgyzstan.They killed the driver, ploughed the vehicle into passers-by on a nearby pavement, then got out of the truck and stabbed people at random, leaving six bystanders dead before the crowd turned on them and killed one attacker.

An English-language report from Xinhua said two blasts were heard before the incident, saying the first came from a minivan and the other was heard almost simultaneously and originated from the market….

Dilxat Raxit, a spokesman for the Germany-based World Uyghur Congress — an exile group — cited local sources as saying the assailants had clashed with members of a civilian force that maintains public security.

“This incident is hard to believe but must be addressed. Beijing should accept the responsibility that repression triggered this incident,” he said.


Of course. It is never the responsibility of the jihadists or their allies. And as always, it is a response to oppression — although ironically, we never seem to see this kind of behavior from the non-Muslims who suffer oppression in Muslim societies such as Egypt, Pakistan and Indonesia:

Many Uighurs are unhappy with what they say has been decades of political and religious repression, and the unwanted immigration of China’s dominant Han ethnic group.While standards of living have improved, Uighurs complain that most of the gains go to the Han.

This tension has triggered sporadic bouts of violence in Xinjiang — a vast, arid but resource-rich region bordering Central Asia, home to more than eight million Turkic-speaking Uighurs.

Earlier this month, more than 20 people were killed in a violent clash with police in the remote city of Hotan.

State media quoted an official in Xinjiang as saying that clash was a “terrorist” attack, adding that four people including a police officer were killed when a crowd set upon a police station.

But Uighur activists called it an outburst of anger by ordinary Uighurs and said security forces beat 14 people to death and shot dead six others during the unrest.


Here is a more realistic account of what happened there.

In the nation’s worst ethnic violence in decades, Uighurs savagely attacked Han Chinese in the regional capital Urumqi in July 2009 — an incident that led to retaliatory attacks by Han on Uighurs several days later.The government says around 200 people were killed and 1,700 injured in the violence, which shattered the authoritarian Communist Party’s claims of harmony among the country’s dozens of ethnic groups.

China threw a huge security clampdown onto Xinjiang after the violence, and many Uighurs are enraged by the arrests and alleged disappearances of people rounded up across the region in the aftermath….


Ah, even Uighurs play the victimhood game. Has Honest Ibe Hooper flown over to Xinjiang to give them lessons?

2 thoughts on “Spencerman & Gellerwoman Causing China Jihad!”

  1. One year ago, July 2010
    – Uighur arrested on suspicion of
    attack on Chinese Embassy in Oslo

    Threatened to go on strike as he wasn’t provided with food according to his cookbook, even though to be able to prepare his own food he got pots and boilers and a kitchen, too.

    In China there are two menus in prisons, one for muslims and one with ordinary food, according to Davud, the Uighur, holding a Norwegian passport since 2007. So, what is the system in Norway, he wondered?

    – But not to worry! His lawyer picked up the food the Uighur’s wife had prepared at home, and brought it to the prison.


  2. Beijing “warns” the Uyghurs it’s ready to kill anyone who protests

    From Asia News:

    (There are some other articles over there on Chinese closing Mosques)

    The Chinese authorities the northern province of Xinjiang post pictures of the last two Uyghurs killed in cold blood a few days ago on its website and warns: “They could be taken alive.” Analysts explained: “A clear message: those who rebel will be shot.”

    Urumqi (AsiaNews) – Chinese authorities “are sending a clear message to the Uyghur minority in Xinjiang: those who rebel against the domination of Beijing will be unceremoniously killed”, say a number of analysts the day after the disturbing announcement on the website of the government of the autonomous province of Xinjiang, where the authorities have posted a photograph of two Uyghurs (pictured) murdered in cold blood after a being pursued by police and who “could have been taken alive.”

    On August 1, Chinese police gunned down the two Uyghurs, suspected of being involved in the July 31 attack that caused the death of six people in a bar in Kashgar, in cold blood. The two – Memtieli Tiliwaldi (29) and Turson Hasan (34) – were killed in a cornfield and left there. Kashgar’s government had put a bounty of 100 thousand yuan (about 10 thousand euros) for their capture.

    Before this latest bloody episode there were other violent events in the city of Hotan and in the provincial capital, Urumqi. Since 1949, the ethnic Uyghur – Turkic speaking Muslims- have been under the heel of the Chinese government which has imposed a series of extreme religious and cultural restrictions on them. Several groups claim independence and call for the restoration of East Turkestan, but the majority of Uyghurs are simply seeking greater autonomy. Continue reading →

    BEIJING (AP) — A militant Muslim group claimed by video it carried out recent attacks in western China that killed at least three dozen people, a monitoring group said.

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