China’s Wise War against Terrorism

On July 5, 2009, Uyghur terrorists launched a war at Han Chinese. Thousands of them killed people, mostly Han Chinese, indiscriminately, resulting in 197 deaths and more than 1,700 injuries. 963 more words

Remain skeptical of Beijing on camps in Xinjiang

On 15th March 2019 China Daily reported on China’s talks in Geneva regarding human rights in Xinjiang.

The article is what we have come to expect of China Daily, pro-China posturing with very little balance and not even a hint of impartiality. 517 more words

Current Affairs Opinions

Alp Er Tonga In Turkish Cultural History And Some Narratives On It In Uighur

Adem, Ö. (2008). Alp Er Tonga In Turkish Cultural History And Some Narratives On It In Uighur. Journal of Turkish Studies, 3:508-523. doi: 10.7827/TurkishStudies.516

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China, Saudi Arabia and the Fate of the Uyghurs


Beginning with the 9/11 attacks, much of the left decided that Saudi Arabia was the chief engineer of a Wahhabi plot to impose its reactionary, feudal, and patriarchal values on the rest of the world. 354 more words


Xinjiang Part 1: terrorists in the desert

Each police stations I encountered in Xinjiang were pretty similar, as was the procedures for dealing with foreigners who had strayed away from the narrative of national pride, harmony and steps up mountains that China wants you to see when you visit. 373 more words

East Turkestan