Uighurs Attack Chinese Embassies in Holland and Germany

Uighur jihadists attack Chinese embassy in Netherlands — and the Dutch are paying for repairs

The Dutch government considers itself responsible for violence committed by jihadists living in the Netherlands. It is unlikely that they feel the same loyalty in return. “Chinese embassy in Netherlands attacked by supporters of Xinjiang separatists,” from Xinhua, July 7 (thanks to JW):

BRUSSELS, July 6 (Xinhua) — The Chinese Embassy in the Netherlands was attacked and partly damaged on Monday by supporters of separatists in China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, according to news reaching here from The Hague.

About 150 Xinjiang separatist supporters began to gather outside the Chinese Embassy at around 12:30 p.m. local time, according to officials of the embassy.

The Indonesian Chinese Muslims call on Muslim nations to help Uighurs

“The Chinese Muslims are on the periphery [of the Muslim world]. They have long been persecuted, but they are neglected,” PITI spokesman Steven Indra Wijaya told The Jakarta Post.

“We are calling on all Muslims to cast aside their [ethnic] identities and help the Uighurs.” More>>

The demonstrators then started burning Chinese national flags and tossing bricks and stones they brought along, breaking almost all glass windows of one embassy building facing the street.

The violence also left the roofs, walls of the embassy buildings as well as the embassy facia damaged in varying degrees….

Also Tuesday, Uighur [Muslims]  and Turkish [Muslims] protesters clashed with police outside the Chinese Embassy in Turkey and threw eggs at the building.
In Beijing, Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said the Dutch protesters were members of the East Turkestan Islamic Movement, a group Beijing accuses of having links to al-Qaida. He said the Chinese consulate in Munich, Germany, also was attacked with a Molotov cocktail and slightly damaged.

“Dutch to pay for Chinese embassy repairs,” from AP, July 7 (thanks to Pamela):

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) – The Dutch government said Tuesday it will pay for repairs to China’s embassy in The Hague, which was damaged in a protest against Beijing’s crackdown on separatists in Xinjiang province.Foreign Minister Maxime Verhagen apologized to China’s top diplomat in the Netherlands for the violence by the protesters, mostly members of the Muslim Uighur ethnic group living in the Netherlands.

* 450-600 Uighurs live in the Netherlands. They don’t seem to be “moderates”...

«Demonstrating is a basic right, but violence is always unacceptable,» Verhagen said….

So what are your plans for calling the Uighurs in the Netherlands to account for this, Verhagen?