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04-03-14, 15:05
Dilinar Abdulla, a deputy of the National People's Congress, called on Tuesday to fight against religious extremism and take precautions against its hazards on Xinjiang's development.

"In some parts of Xinjiang, religious extremists demand women wear the burqa and ban singing and dancing even at weddings. This is hugely damaging to Uyghur culture."



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Dali cops sorry for evicting Uyghur in error
Global Times | 2014-3-5 0:38:01
By Yang Jingjie in Kunming and Jiang Jie in Beijing

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Police in Dali, Yunnan Province, have apologized after helping a landlord to evict a Uyghur man.

"We didn't ask him to leave Dali. This is a house-renting dispute," a police officer surnamed Li told the Global Times Tuesday, in response to a much criticized online post claiming that police asked a man from Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region to leave his residence.

Initially the man, known as Abdu, was called for an identity check at the police station Sunday. Police asked Abdu to leave after the landlord called to help evict him as he did not want to rent to people from Xinjiang, Li said.

"We have conducted our work improperly and we apologize to Abdu. He now works and lives in Dali as usual," read a notice on the Sina Weibo account of local police in Dali.

While it is not known where Abdu is living now, a follow-up post from his friend, who wrote the original, said that Abdu is happy he does not have to leave.

Li confirmed that no residents from Xinjiang would be driven out of Dali, nor would it be possible to do so.

Dali began identity checks on all residents from Xinjiang, after the Saturday terrorist attack in Kunming in which 29 died and 143 were injured.

Three attackers were arrested Monday, after four suspects were shot and killed at the scene. An injured female suspect who was captured at the station awoke Monday and confessed to the crime, said Qin Guangrong, Party chief of Yunnan, on Tuesday.

A report by caixin.com on Tuesday said that five of the eight suspects were in charge of the attack at the scene and the other three, who might have participated in planning the attack, were waiting outside to spirit the five station attackers away in a minibus.

Kunming has enacted new security measures, including real-name registration for bulk purchases of vehicle fuel, according to a city government statement released on Tuesday.

A police officer at a checkpoint at an entrance to Dashuying, home to the largest Uyghur community in Kunming, said that all police officers were mobilized at midnight on Sunday. They have since been watching key areas around the clock.

Dilinar Abdulla, a deputy of the National People's Congress, called on Tuesday to fight against religious extremism and take precautions against its hazards on Xinjiang's development.

"In some parts of Xinjiang, religious extremists demand women wear the burqa and ban singing and dancing even at weddings. This is hugely damaging to Uyghur culture."

The US called the attack "an act of terrorism" and extended its condolences for the loss of life on Monday.

Chinese Net users had previously criticized the US Embassy in Beijing for issuing a statement condemning the attack as "senseless violence," but which did not mention terrorism.

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04-03-14, 21:03
Dilnar Abdulla digen paskina, sen hitayning quchiqida ikki kuchiging bilen yalingach usul oynimay sanga sozlexni kim qoydi?



Dilinar Abdulla, a deputy of the National People's Congress, called on Tuesday to fight against religious extremism and take precautions against its hazards on Xinjiang's development.

"In some parts of Xinjiang, religious extremists demand women wear the burqa and ban singing and dancing even at weddings. This is hugely damaging to Uyghur culture."



http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/846264.shtml#.UxYsoSiFwwI



Dali cops sorry for evicting Uyghur in error
Global Times | 2014-3-5 0:38:01
By Yang Jingjie in Kunming and Jiang Jie in Beijing

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Police in Dali, Yunnan Province, have apologized after helping a landlord to evict a Uyghur man.

"We didn't ask him to leave Dali. This is a house-renting dispute," a police officer surnamed Li told the Global Times Tuesday, in response to a much criticized online post claiming that police asked a man from Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region to leave his residence.

Initially the man, known as Abdu, was called for an identity check at the police station Sunday. Police asked Abdu to leave after the landlord called to help evict him as he did not want to rent to people from Xinjiang, Li said.

"We have conducted our work improperly and we apologize to Abdu. He now works and lives in Dali as usual," read a notice on the Sina Weibo account of local police in Dali.

While it is not known where Abdu is living now, a follow-up post from his friend, who wrote the original, said that Abdu is happy he does not have to leave.

Li confirmed that no residents from Xinjiang would be driven out of Dali, nor would it be possible to do so.

Dali began identity checks on all residents from Xinjiang, after the Saturday terrorist attack in Kunming in which 29 died and 143 were injured.

Three attackers were arrested Monday, after four suspects were shot and killed at the scene. An injured female suspect who was captured at the station awoke Monday and confessed to the crime, said Qin Guangrong, Party chief of Yunnan, on Tuesday.

A report by caixin.com on Tuesday said that five of the eight suspects were in charge of the attack at the scene and the other three, who might have participated in planning the attack, were waiting outside to spirit the five station attackers away in a minibus.

Kunming has enacted new security measures, including real-name registration for bulk purchases of vehicle fuel, according to a city government statement released on Tuesday.

A police officer at a checkpoint at an entrance to Dashuying, home to the largest Uyghur community in Kunming, said that all police officers were mobilized at midnight on Sunday. They have since been watching key areas around the clock.

Dilinar Abdulla, a deputy of the National People's Congress, called on Tuesday to fight against religious extremism and take precautions against its hazards on Xinjiang's development.

"In some parts of Xinjiang, religious extremists demand women wear the burqa and ban singing and dancing even at weddings. This is hugely damaging to Uyghur culture."

The US called the attack "an act of terrorism" and extended its condolences for the loss of life on Monday.

Chinese Net users had previously criticized the US Embassy in Beijing for issuing a statement condemning the attack as "senseless violence," but which did not mention terrorism.

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05-03-14, 10:53
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Dilinar Abdulla, a deputy of the National People's Congress, called on Tuesday to fight against religious extremism and take precautions against its hazards on Xinjiang's development.

"In some parts of Xinjiang, religious extremists demand women wear the burqa and ban singing and dancing even at weddings. This is hugely damaging to Uyghur culture."



http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/846264.shtml#.UxYsoSiFwwI



Dali cops sorry for evicting Uyghur in error
Global Times | 2014-3-5 0:38:01
By Yang Jingjie in Kunming and Jiang Jie in Beijing

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Police in Dali, Yunnan Province, have apologized after helping a landlord to evict a Uyghur man.

"We didn't ask him to leave Dali. This is a house-renting dispute," a police officer surnamed Li told the Global Times Tuesday, in response to a much criticized online post claiming that police asked a man from Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region to leave his residence.

Initially the man, known as Abdu, was called for an identity check at the police station Sunday. Police asked Abdu to leave after the landlord called to help evict him as he did not want to rent to people from Xinjiang, Li said.

"We have conducted our work improperly and we apologize to Abdu. He now works and lives in Dali as usual," read a notice on the Sina Weibo account of local police in Dali.

While it is not known where Abdu is living now, a follow-up post from his friend, who wrote the original, said that Abdu is happy he does not have to leave.

Li confirmed that no residents from Xinjiang would be driven out of Dali, nor would it be possible to do so.

Dali began identity checks on all residents from Xinjiang, after the Saturday terrorist attack in Kunming in which 29 died and 143 were injured.

Three attackers were arrested Monday, after four suspects were shot and killed at the scene. An injured female suspect who was captured at the station awoke Monday and confessed to the crime, said Qin Guangrong, Party chief of Yunnan, on Tuesday.

A report by caixin.com on Tuesday said that five of the eight suspects were in charge of the attack at the scene and the other three, who might have participated in planning the attack, were waiting outside to spirit the five station attackers away in a minibus.

Kunming has enacted new security measures, including real-name registration for bulk purchases of vehicle fuel, according to a city government statement released on Tuesday.

A police officer at a checkpoint at an entrance to Dashuying, home to the largest Uyghur community in Kunming, said that all police officers were mobilized at midnight on Sunday. They have since been watching key areas around the clock.

Dilinar Abdulla, a deputy of the National People's Congress, called on Tuesday to fight against religious extremism and take precautions against its hazards on Xinjiang's development.

"In some parts of Xinjiang, religious extremists demand women wear the burqa and ban singing and dancing even at weddings. This is hugely damaging to Uyghur culture."

The US called the attack "an act of terrorism" and extended its condolences for the loss of life on Monday.

Chinese Net users had previously criticized the US Embassy in Beijing for issuing a statement condemning the attack as "senseless violence," but which did not mention terrorism.

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06-03-14, 16:47
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06-03-14, 17:20
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