Minitrue: Urumqi Attacks
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been leaked and distributed online.
Regarding the violent terrorist attack in Urumqi, all websites are asked to prominently display the following articles on your homepages:
(1) Memo from Xi Jinping on Urumqi Terrorist Attack: Severely Punish the Perpetrators
(2) Li Keqiang: Terrorist Attack in Urumqi Is Enraging; Quickly Apprehend the Terrorists
(3) Joint Letter from Faculty at Xinjiang Agricultural University: Terror, We Will Fight You to the Death
(4) Xinjiang Clergy: Harming Life is a Great Sin in the Koran. (May 23, 2014)
乌鲁木齐暴恐案，请各网站首页突出转发如下文章：1，《习近平批示乌市暴恐案：严惩暴恐分子》，2，《李克强：乌鲁木齐暴恐案令人发指 抓紧缉暴恐分子》，3，《新疆农大辅导员联名信：暴恐 我们与你殊死搏斗》，4，《新疆宗教人士：残害生命在《古兰经》里是大罪》.
On May 22, a series of explosions in a market in Urumqi, the capital of the Xinjiang region, killed 31 people and injured more than 90. Chinese authorities have since identified five suicide bombers who they say carried out the attacks.
Chinese journalists and bloggers often refer to these instructions as “Directives from the Ministry of Truth.”
CDT has collected the selections we translate here from a variety of sources and has checked them against official Chinese media reports to confirm their implementation.
Since directives are sometimes communicated orally to journalists and editors, who then leak them online, the wording published here may not be exact. The original publication date on CDT Chinese is noted after the directives; the date given may indicate when the directive was leaked, rather than when it was issued. CDT does its utmost to verify dates and wording, but also takes precautions to protect the source.