Al Qaeda

Netizen Voices: Guess Who?

MrWonder (琢磨先生), a well-followed Weibo user who claims to live in Saudi Arabia, recently posted a...

China's Xinjiang 'Terrorism' Claim Questioned

In GlobalPost, Kathleen McLaughlin writes about a home-grown incarnation of Wikileaks in Wenzhou, which has shrugged off attempts at censorship to detail the local effects of the credit squeeze plaguing private enterprises in...

Understand Al-Qaeda, Understand China.

No longer fully distracted by its military interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan, the US is focusing again on China’s rise.  Please read the article in the Asia Times Online here: BEIJING – Let’s imagine that...

Prepare to Fight China, Qaeda Figure Tells Uighurs

Abu Yahya al-Libi has called on Uighurs to prepare for a jihad against China. From the Washington Post: A prominent al Qaeda militant urged Uighurs in Xianjiang to make serious preparations for a holy war against...

China Issues Security Alert in Algeria After Al-Qaida Threat

The Times of India reports that China has issued a security warning to its citizens living in Algeria after receiving news that Al-Qaida plans to avenge the deaths of Uighurs killed in Xinjiang: According to a report by the...

The Helping Hand of China

An editorial in Pakistan’s Daily Times comments on China-Pakistan relations: What Pakistan has to realise is that, even as the people of Pakistan think of China as their perennial friend, Al Qaeda thinks of China as an...

China, Pakistan, and Terrorism – Tarique Niazi

As the Bush administration acknowledges that their efforts to contain Al Qaeda in Pakistan’s remote Northwest Frontier Province have floundered, Foreign Policy in Focus reports on China’s role in the region:...

Al Qaeda’s China Problem – Dr. Martin I. Wayne

From PacNet Newsletter: Al Qaeda has a China problem, and no one is watching. Despite al Qaeda’s significant efforts to support Muslim insurgents in China, the Chinese government has succeeded in limiting popular support for anti-government violence. The latest evidence came on Jan. 5, when China raided an alleged terrorist facility in the country’s Xinjiang […]



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