Beijing blames religion and 'hostile foreign forces' after bloodbath in Xinjiang

Lam, Willy
July 2013
East-Asia-Intel Reports;7/3/2013, p1
The article reports on the outbreaks of violence in Xinjiang, China wherein an estimated of 40 people were killed in two separate incidents in late June 2013. It states that the government has blamed the involvement of Uighur jihadists in the violence who underwent training and radicalization in Syria. However , it adds that the government has not released much information about the perpetrators of violence.


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