Death toll in Xinjiang riot rises to 140

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  1. FriedRiceNSpice
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    Wow, I wonder if that is legitimate. This reminds me of Nostradamus, the Mayan Calender prophecies, and the Bible prophecies.
     
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    Well, the excavation was reported to be carried out by a joint Sino-Japanese research team. There are pictures of the Japanese monk and the brocade on the website. The Chinese characters are clearly shown on the brocade.
     
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    just like the situation before the Olympic game last year,they are now frantically for terrorist activities in an attempt to disturb China' 60th national anniversary celebration.
     
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    the World Uyghur Congress, closely linked with terrorist organizations, this is not the"secret", She had the support of some Western anti-China forces ,everywhere activities, this time has been refused entry into Taiwan, gave her a slap in the face, but also for anti-China forces a hit.
     
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    "Common definitions of terrorism refer only to those violent acts(1) which are intended to create fear(2), are perpetrated for an ideological goal(3), and deliberately target or disregard the safety of non-combatants(4)"

    The syringe attacks fit all 4 key points in the definition of terrorism.

    Its what a terrorist does (or tries to do) and his motives and aims for doing so that define him as a terrorist, not his competency.
     
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    The syringe attacks fit that definition, but what I was saying is that the violence done by Uighur terrorists has not escalated to a level that would make them anything more than a police matter.
     
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    Maybe you did not notice the thousands of troops China had to pour into Xinjiang and Tibet in the aftermath of the last two 'riots'.

    The Syringe attacks themselves are not much of a threat, but then that was never the point. What these terrorists want to do is stir up inter-ethnic hatred and create more sectarian violence.

    These cowards wants the police to crack down and make their own people suffer so more would join them and they can milk the suffering with sycophantic western reporting.

    They want to create violence and hatred and suffering to legitimize their political and ideological ambitions.
     
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