Brave heart, Muslim Xinjiang China

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  1. satish007

    satish007 Senior Member Senior Member

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    Video: violent criminals chase the police officers were killed

    Real cool to face bullets and retailiate so brazenly without fear of one's life!

    Shows how angry they are!
     
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    thanks, Ray, has edited my post, Han must catch their mom and sisters and then beat and **** them.
    poor guys.
     
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    Well, the Hans are behaving like the wild Huns.

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    Armand2REP CHINI EXPERT Veteran Member

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    They must have done something bad to throw your life away like that.
     
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    Tronic Stars and Ambassadors Stars and Ambassadors

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    Most retarded Police ever.
     
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    amoy Senior Member Senior Member

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    At the first glance I couldn't identify it as in Xinjiang. Then I noticed a slogan on the fence " Supporting the government and CCP to crack down on violence" in both Chinese and Arabic Uyghur. :shocked:

    Long long ago I knew there was an exodus of Han from XJ - a few acquaintances (Han) didn't want to return to Xinjiang after completed education in the "heartland" (neidi ). Those Han avoided any contact with Uyghur like in Uyghur quarters or bazaars in Urumqi, and travelling in South XJ where Uyghur are populated.

    Has Xinjiang become a Chechenia?
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    No, I don't think Xinjiang is Chechnya.

    However, if not controlled, it could become one.

    How that is possible, I could not say since I have not gone there as yet.

    Must never trample religion, more so with the Muslims.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Where have i edited your post.

    I gave the translation of the title.
     
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    In those circumstances, there is no chance but to fire bullet. The attacker was holding a at least one meter long sword, more than enough to chopped one's head off.
     
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    roma NRI in Europe Senior Member

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    a bit pressed for time to look up the reference articles given in the lead post - but i really feel sorry for the uighurs - that they have been abandoned their muslim "brothers" ----- in comparison , India has been more of a real brother to them - at the very least by not sending them back to dragon which is what pak rewards them with when they manage at great risk , to escape
     
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    Rubber bullets ? China police dont have so ??
     
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    yea well, here in the state, police will just shoot in if you pull out a knife and threaten the officer.
     
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    no smoking Senior Member Senior Member

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    Oh yes, rubber bullets vs long sword. Maybe you should suggest that to your troops in Kashmir.
     
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    Well we would love to, But they got AK-47 :D
     
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    zarre zarre main chupa hai hosale walon ka josh.
    paida hote hain issi mitti se hi Sarfarosh.

    Noor e Haq shama ilahi ko bujha sakta hai kaun.
    Jiska hami ho Khuda usko mita sakta hai kaun.


    These han gonna meet their sticky end soon.
     
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    What happens in India is open for all to see including foreigners and foreign media.

    The fact that it is so open to the world, indicates that there is no malafide.

    But China?

    The Bamboo Curtain falls and all foreigners are sent away and neither is anyone including Hans are allowed in, till brutal repression ends the discontent.

    Even journalists from Hong Kong, which is a part of China, were thrown out.

    Imagine the temerity and gall of Chinese posters to talk of Kashmir!

    The Chinese posters do have a weird sense of humour and are quite blind to reality.

    Imagine them raising the issue of Kashmir, where whatever happens is open to the world to see and comment.

    Compare that with China where the cordon off and none are allowed to see the brutality that is perpetuated on the people!

    And the Chinese posters have the temerity and gall to talk about Kashmir!
     
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    Ajtr, nice poetry. I don't quite understand, are you using Urdu, try to translate. correct me if I made any mistake.
    1/ Under Little Little, there is enthusiasm of hopeful people hidden.
    2/ Brave people are born from this soil.
    3/ Who can put off the fire of light emanating through basic rights
    4/ People who are self reliant with high self esteem, no one can destroy them.
     
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    Guru, great translation. I invite u to watch a video clip on Kyrgyzstan, in comparison btwn pre- and post- independence
    http://v.ifeng.com/documentary/history/201109/0effdd58-ac53-49b3-bba9-60515a8f68e0.shtml in Chinese though

    In XJ there're 180 thousand Kyrgyz.

    Also as a sidenote to why the "little enthusiasm" of Islamic extremists shall be put off
     
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    No matter it is open or not, the fact is that your soilders are doing the same thing over there. Those dead due to your bullet won't be alive again because of your transparency.
     

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