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آیا مسلمانی هم پیدا میشود که از مسلمانان گرفتار در چین که روز عید فطر به روز عزای قربانی کردن آنها تبدیل گردیده دفاع کند و فریاد آنان در آن گوشه هایی از جهان باشد که ناله هایشان را قدرت رسیدن بدانجاها نیست، باشد؟
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Dozens Dead as Knife-wielding Gang Attacks China Police, Employees

جوک روز عید فطر !

در چین! این تروریستهاها چاقو و کارد به ایستگاه پلیس حمله کرده اند. در نتیجه، به گفته مقامات پلیس محلی چین، دهها نفر از این تروریستهای چاقو بدست کشته شده اندکه . واقعاً تروریستهای چینی هم با تروریستهای خاور میانه فرق دارند چون مبارزان حماس با موشک  به مردم غیر نظامی حمله میکنند و در چین مسلمانان آنجا با کارد قصابی به پلیس سر تا پا مسلح چین!  تروریستهای چاقو بدستی که بجنگ قرارگاه پلیس میروند. ینهم فصل جدیدی در تاریخ تروریسم.

با پروردگارا تر بحق مقربان درگاهت مرا از تروریست اینتر نتی شدن یا تروریست مسلح به خود کار و قلم و مداد شدن در امان بدار!

 

Dozens Dead as Knife-wielding Gang Attacks China

Police, Employees

W460

by Naharnet Newsdesk ۱ hour ago

Dozens of people were killed and injured in a “terrorist attack” in China’s far western Xinjiang region, home to the mainly Muslim Uighur minority, state media reported Tuesday.

A knife-wielding gang attacked a police station and government offices in Shache county early Monday, the official Xinhua news agency said citing local police, and “dozens of Uighur and Han civilians were killed or injured.”

“Police officers at the scene shot dead dozens of members of the mob,” the report added.

“Initial investigation showed that it was a premeditated terror attack,” it said.

Beijing commonly blames separatists from Xinjiang for carrying out terror attacks which have grown in scale over the last year and spread outside the restive region.

Among the most shocking incidents was a market attack in Xinjiang’s capital Urumqi in which 39 people were killed in May, and a deadly rampage by knife-wielding assailants at a train station at Kunming in China’s southwest in March, which left 29 dead.

Rights groups accuse China’s government of cultural and religious repression they say fuels unrest in Xinjiang.

Beijing argues it has boosted economic development in the area and that it upholds minority rights in a country with 56 recognized ethnic groups.

http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/140997-dozens-dead-as-knife-wielding-gang-attacks-china-police-employees

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Uighur Group Says Nearly 100 Casualties in China Clash

by Naharnet Newsdesk ۱ hour ago

W460

A clash in China’s far western region of Xinjiang, home to the country’s mostly Muslim Uighur minority, left nearly 100 people dead and wounded, an exile group said Wednesday.

Chinese state media reported late Tuesday that dozens of civilians and assailants were killed and injured in what it described as a “terrorist attack” in the region, saying a gang armed with knives and axes had attacked a police station and government offices, before moving on to a township.

“Police officers at the scene shot dead dozens of members of the mob,” the official news agency Xinhua said of the violence, said to have occurred early Monday.

Xinhua did not give a precise breakdown of the casualties, and information in Xinjiang is often difficult to verify independently.

But Dilxat Raxit, a spokesman for the World Uyghur Congress, an exile group, said the toll had climbed significantly.

Citing local Uighur sources, he said in an e-mail: “Nearly 100 people were killed and wounded during the clash.”

The violence came, he added, when “Uighurs rose up to resist China’s extreme ruling policy and were met with armed repression resulting in dead and injured on both sides”.

Raxit had earlier said more than 20 Uighurs were killed and 10 wounded, while a total of 13 armed Chinese personnel were killed or wounded and about 67 people were arrested.

The violence took place in Shache county, or Yarkant in the Uighur language, near the edge of the Taklamakan desert in the west of the vast region.

Hotel and restaurant staff in Shache contacted by AFP said they had no knowledge of the incident.

According to Xinhua, it was “organized and premeditated”.

Beijing commonly blames separatists from Xinjiang for carrying out terror attacks which have grown in scale over the past year and spread outside the restive and resource-rich region.

Among the most shocking incidents was a market attack in Xinjiang’s capital Urumqi in May in which 39 people were killed, and a deadly rampage by knife-wielding assailants at a train station at Kunming in China’s southwest in March, which left 29 dead.

They came after a fiery vehicle crash at Tiananmen Square, Beijing’s symbolic heart, in October last year.

Rights groups and analysts accuse China’s government of cultural and religious repression which they say fuels unrest in Xinjiang, which borders Central Asia.

The government, however, argues it has boosted economic development in the area and that it upholds minority rights in a country with 56 recognized ethnic groups.

Beijing has also suggested that extremists in Xinjiang are influenced by radical groups outside China, though many foreign analysts are skeptical, pointing instead to Uighur dissatisfaction.

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