Chinese Regime

China’s Uighur Muslims Are Trapped in a Cycle of Violence

Fully armed Chinese paramilitary police officers stand guard along a street in Urumqi, the capital of farwest China's Muslim Uighur homeland of Xinjiang, on May 23, 2014. The bombing of a civilian market in Xinjiang represents a shift in tactics by militants towards more spectacular attacks, analysts say, to invite a disproportionate response by China and so radicalise the Muslim Uighur homeland. (GOH CHAI HIN/AFP/Getty Images)
Fully armed Chinese paramilitary police officers stand guard along a street in Urumqi, the capital of farwest China's Muslim Uighur homeland of Xinjiang, on May 23, 2014. The bombing of a civilian market in Xinjiang represents a shift in tactics by militants towards more spectacular attacks, analysts say, to invite a disproportionate response by China and so radicalise the Muslim Uighur homeland. (GOH CHAI HIN/AFP/Getty Images)

As the Islamic holy month of Ramadan ended, lethal violence flared up in China’s Xinjiang province – the latest grim entry in the saga of...




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