China showed truth about Xinjiang, but Western media chose to be blind as US practises ‘double standards’

Truths about Xinjiang the Western media won’t tell 

Chinese embassy invites Malaysians to visit Xinjiang to counter ‘fake news’ on Uighur treatment

CGTN recently released two documentaries about the #Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. They contain footage from some of the terrorist attacks in the last decade. They focus on the fight against #terrorism and how the region has been hurt by terrorism and religious extremism. They also illustrate terrorists’ connection with some overseas forces. The productions have become a hit on the internet with more than 67 million views. However, most Western mainstream media, which have been very vocal about Xinjiang-related issues, remain silent on the two videos.Subscribe to us on YouTube:

Fighting terrorism in Xinjiang

Between 1990 and 2016, thousands of terrorist attacks shook the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in northwestern China, killing large numbers of innocent people and hundreds of police officers. Horrific stabbings and bombings rocked the land once known as a commercial hub on China’s ancient Silk Road. The damage to local  communities was incalculable while stability in the region quickly deteriorated. Authorities have been trying hard to restore peace to this land. In this exclusive CGTN exposé, we show you never-before-seen footage documenting the frightening tragedies in Xinjiang and the resilience of its people.
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Liu Xin discusses CGTN’s documentary on China’s Xinjiang

While the Chinese government has been trying hard to protect individuals’ safety in Xinjiang and the region’s stability, it’s also facing tremendous skepticism and criticism from some Western countries for the so-called abuses of human rights, among other accusations. Two documentaries were released last week, showing China’s efforts to fight extremism and terrorism in Xinjiang. Liu Xin looks at some clips from the  documentaries, which include never-before-seen footage, to find out the bigger-picture context and origin of the policies in Xinjiang.

Guests: Professor Huo Zhengxin, from China University of Political Science and Law; Professor John Gong, from the University of International Business and Economics.

The video footage may be disturbing to viewers. We advise viewer discretion.

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Countless terrorist attacks occurred in China’s northwestern region of Xinjiang from 1990 to 2016. Terrorism has destroyed many innocent lives, similar to what has  happened around the world. Such extremism has uprooted the peaceful lives of local residents in the region.#Xinjiang #Antiterrorism #FightingterrorismSubscribe to us on YouTube:

China’s Most Direct Security Threat

 Chaos was rampant in China’s westernmost region. Explosions and other violence struck terror in the hearts of residents in the country’s Xinjiang region. The victims and  survivors should be remembered in China’s current fight against terrorism.

ETIM’s separatist strategy


The border area of Aksu in China’s Xinjiang is the frontline of the country’s fight against terrorism. Police have engaged in operations to subdue terrorists who had killed  innocent people in their belief that such actions would make them “martyrs” and help them enter “paradise.” #Xinjiang #Antiterrorism #FightingterrorismSubscribe to us on YouTube:

The Long Term Fight

Terrorist acts in modern China are just using religious extremism as a banner to separate Xinjiang from the country. ETIM, one of the most wanted terrorist organizations in the country, has been creating strife to divide ethnic groups and religions in the region for decades. Many of its members were trained outside the country in extremist thought, returning to the country to apply their radical ideologies.
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Road to extremism

An SUV slammed through the barricades in Beijing’s iconic Tian’anmen Square in 2013, killing two and wounding 40. The three attackers had sworn the so-called jihad on the hills of Urumqi, a bustling city in China’s Xinjiang region. #Xinjiang #Antiterrorism #FightingterrorismSubscribe to us on YouTube:

This is not a concentration camp’ on China’s terrorist prisons

Western propaganda on Xinjiang ‘camps’ rebutted”


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Crew and passengers on a Chinese flight en route from Hotan to Urumqi saved countless lives when they helped foil a “9/11”-style bomb plot by six members of ETIM, a leading terrorist group in China.

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This is one of many human stories in our exclusive documentary “The black hand in Xinjiang.” Watch the full documentary:…

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US practises ‘double standards’

Beijing reacts to claims by Washington over human rights violations

Business as usual: People walking by a hat shop in Kashgar City, Xinjiang Uighur autonomous region. — China Daily/ANN

BEIJING: China slammed the United States over the latter’s poor human rights conditions for Muslims, and said Washington is telling lies about China’s policies in the Xinjiang Uighur autonomous region.

The denunciation came yesterday after Commander of the US Indo-Pacific Command Navy Adm Philip Davidson attacked China for “the suffering” of the Uighur ethnic group in Xinjiang, and US Ambassador to China Terry Branstad discussed ethnic groups in Xinjiang in a statement.

“Some people in the US have shown unusual care for the Uighur ethnic group in China’s Xinjiang, but they seem to forget that the US is the only country in the world that has issued a ‘Muslim ban’ that targeted Muslim groups, ” said Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying.

The US has stirred up wars in Iraq, Syria, Libya and Afghanistan, all Muslim countries, “causing the casualties of millions of innocent people”, Hua said.

Citing a survey by the Pew Research Center issued in July 2017, the spokesman said that 75% of US Muslim adults said there is a lot of discrimination against Muslims in the US, and that 69% of people in the US in general share the view.

Also, 50% said it has become more difficult to be Muslim in the US in recent years, the survey shows.

The spokesman also cited a report issued in April 2018 by the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a US-based organisation, saying, “More than a third of anti-Muslim incidents in 2017 were instigated by federal government agencies”. — China Daily/ANN

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