Monday, July 01, 2013


Working for the CIA to destabilise China and Syria.

'The CIA's Islamist forces' have been used to destabilise Syria, China, Russia and host of other countries.

China says that the rebels in Syria (believed to be organised by the CIA) are training Moslem extremists to destabilise China.

China state media blames Syria rebels for Xinjiang violence

On 1 July 2013, Chinese state media "blamed Syrian opposition forces for training Muslim extremists responsible for the deadliest unrest in four years in China's Xinjiang region."

The al Qaeda linked ETIM, 'used by the CIA to destabilise China and Syria'.

The Global Times reports: 

"Some members of the 'East Turkestan' faction (ETIM) have entered Syria from Turkey, participated in extremist, religious and terrorist organisations within the Syrian opposition forces and fought against the Syrian army."

"At the same time, these elements from 'East Turkestan' (ETIM) have identified candidates to sneak into Chinese territory to plan and execute terrorist attacks."

The East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM) is a Moslem terrorist group operating in China.

The Chinese authorities have arrested Maimaiti Aili, a member of ETIM, who has taken part in the Syrian war.

Pan Zhiping, an expert on Central Asia, said it was possible that the attackers in Xinjiang were also involved in the Syrian war.

He said members of ETIM had taken part in the Chechnya war (where the CIA was trying to destabilise Russia, using al Qaeda).

Xinjiang terrorists finding training, support in Syria, Turkey

ETIM's child soldiers - 'used by the CIA.'

"From a foreign student studying in Istanbul to a soldier receiving training in Syria's Aleppo, to a terrorist plotting attacks in China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, 23-year-old Memeti Aili said he felt like his dream was turned into a nightmare...

"Memeti Aili was assigned to join the Free Syrian Army (FSA)...

"What surprised Memeti Aili the most was that foreign fighters were not really welcomed by locals.

"'We thought that if we brought holy war into Syria we would be welcomed, but the fact is, we were told by the local people that we were not welcome as they didn't want their lifestyle to change,' Memeti Aili said.

Xinjiang terrorists finding training, support in Syria, Turkey



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