Skip to comments.China warns of reprisals in Algeria after unrest
Posted on 07/15/2009 12:16:04 AM PDT by myknowledge
URUMQI, China (AP) China's embassy in Algeria has warned Chinese companies and workers to be on guard for attacks after an Islamist Web site called for retaliation for Beijing's response to unrest in its predominantly Muslim western province.
A notice posted late Tuesday on the embassy's Web site follows a torrent of ethnic clashes this month that left at least 184 dead in Xinjiang's capital of Urumqi. Riots by Muslim Uighurs and subsequent fighting between Uighurs and members of the Han Chinese majority were the worst ethnic violence China has seen in decades.
"In light of the (riots), the Chinese Embassy in Algeria reminds Chinese-funded companies and personnel to enhance security awareness and strengthen security measures," the notice said.
In recent days, postings on an Islamist Web site in the Arab world suggested killing Han Chinese in the Middle East, noting there are large communities of ethnic Chinese laborers working in Algeria and Saudi Arabia.
Urumqi was calm Wednesday, although security was tight, especially near Uighur areas after Monday's fatal shooting of two Uighurs by police. The city government says the two and third man, who was wounded attacked police trying to break up a fight.
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...pass the popcorn, please.
We’d wished crushing the Muzzies with an iron fist of our own, but thanks to the BHO, we can hardly do that, apart from individual soldiers who wanna spin the rules.
But anyways, let the Chicoms inflict some serious pain.
kindergarden time for muslims, China-style
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