Skip to comments.Uighurs to Declare War against Chinese Government (Uighur Jihad against China)
Posted on 09/30/2005 6:11:55 AM PDT by TigerLikesRooster
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They sure dress well given their living conditions.
There the Muslim's have had a Chinese communist problem for 50 plus years.
They look more ethnically mixed than the Afganies. The Afgans are a more beautiful people.
China executes more prisoners than all other countries combined.
Your forgetting that China doesn't fight with sticks and sones anymore, India won't support them nor anyother stan's. Think about it, Is another terrorist attack in the U.S. worth it because we where stupid enough to allow another stan see freedom. Let the chinese take care of this.
Why support communists? What happened if Soviet Union ruled Afghanistan? We might have lost our oil from the Middle East with Soviet Union advancing into the region through Afghanistan. If we don't stop China now, we are going to suffer anyways. This is a choice between bad and the worst. It was totally Clinton's fault for 911. If we had declared war earlier, we wouldn't had 911 in the first place. We could always go in and kill the Al Qaida after it declared independence. Before that, it sounds like Al Qaida's connection in Uighur is nothing more than Chinese propaganda. Don't get brainwashed by the leftist propaganda.
No panty pictures.
>>Uighurs of East Turkestan are western friendly, non-islamofascist fundamentalists.
East Turkistan Liberation Organization
Mothertongue Name: Sharq azat Turkistan
Base of Operation: China; Kyrgyzstan
Founding Philosophy: The East Turkistan Liberation Organization (ETLO) is one of several ethnic Uyghur groups operating in central Asia and the Chinese province of Xinjiang. The Uyghurs, Muslims of Turkic descent, have had a tumultuous history with successive Chinese dynasties and governments. Although the Uyghurs have at times enjoyed autonomy and freedom of religion, their relationship to the current Communist regime in China has been rife with conflict. The ETLO is one of several factions of the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement (ETIM), an umbrella organization dedicated to the foundation of an Islamic State in Xinjiang. Although East Turkistan technically refers to the Chinese province of Xinjiang, some believe that these Uyghur militants are seeking to create a state that includes parts of Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Turkey, and Pakistan in addition to Xinjiang.
Although the East Turkestan Liberation Organization has been blamed for several small attacks in both China and Central Asia, their lone definitive attack was the assassination of the First Secretary of the Chinese Embassy and a companion, a Kyrgyzstan citizen, in Bishek, Kyrgyzstan. China has called for the East Turkestan Liberation Organization to be designated a terrorist organization by the United States and UN. As yet, only the ETIM has been recognized as such, and the ETLO is seen solely as a faction of that group.
Current Goals: The ETLO under the umbrella of ETIM has indirect links to al-Qaeda, Usama bin-Laden, and the Taliban. Al-Qaeda has provided both financial assistance and training to the ETIM, which in turn has supported their numerous factions, including the ETLO. Although the ETLO has only been responsible for one terrorist attack at present, it is probable that their members will mount more attacks in the future, either as the ETLO, or as members of the ETIM. The ETLOs current goal continues to be the foundation of an Islamic state in Xinjiang province, an unlikely possibility given Chinas dedication to crushing Uyghur militancy in all its forms.
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