Chinese military police attend an anti-terrorist rally in Xinjiang, in one of China’s attempts to combat what it views as a grave threat from extremists. Photo: AFPChinese military police attend an anti-terrorist rally in Xinjiang, in one of China’s attempts to combat what it views as a grave threat from extremists. Photo: AFP
Chinese military police attend an anti-terrorist rally in Xinjiang, in one of China’s attempts to combat what it views as a grave threat from extremists. Photo: AFP

China official in restive Xinjiang chides fellow Uygur cadres for ‘anti-terror’ failings

Kashgar official says Uygurs must do more to police religious extremism

Topic |   Religion in China
Chinese military police attend an anti-terrorist rally in Xinjiang, in one of China’s attempts to combat what it views as a grave threat from extremists. Photo: AFPChinese military police attend an anti-terrorist rally in Xinjiang, in one of China’s attempts to combat what it views as a grave threat from extremists. Photo: AFP
Chinese military police attend an anti-terrorist rally in Xinjiang, in one of China’s attempts to combat what it views as a grave threat from extremists. Photo: AFP
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