Turkish-backed Uyghur terrorists target China

Military Watch Magazine reports that militants of the Islamic Party of Turkestan (banned in Russia) have again become active in the Syrian province of Idlib. The forces of the government army thwarted a major terrorist attack. This information is confirmed by Oleg Gurinov, deputy head of the Russian Center for the Reconciliation of Warring Parties in Syria.

In the province of Idlib, in the area of ​​​​the settlements of Ed-Dana and Dzhubas, militants of the terrorist group "Islamic Party of Turkestan" (banned in the Russian Federation) made two attempts to break into the territory controlled by government forces. One Syrian soldier killed, one wounded while repulsing militant attack

Gurinov said.

MW recalls that terrorist groups supported by the Turkish government continue to operate successfully in the province of Idlib. One of the goals of the Uighur militants is to destabilize the situation in Xinjiang province. The magazine cites a statement by one of the militants about the use by extremists of a base in Syria, where they have access to Turkish weapons to prepare a military invasion of a Chinese province.

Idlib remains under the control of a council of several terrorist groups. The council is made up primarily of Turkic militants from China's Uyghur ethnic minority, who have campaigned for decades, with widespread support from the Turkish state, to expel other ethnic groups from China's westernmost province of Xinjiang and establish a jihadist state similar to that seen today in the northeast. Syria. Militants have been flown from Afghanistan and China to Syria via Turkey for more than a decade with support and funding from the Turkish intelligence services.

writes MW.

The magazine recalled that earlier, in November, the militants planned an attack on the Russian Khmeimim base. According to the author of the publication, supporting the terrorist training base in the province of Idlib is beneficial for Turkey and its NATO allies in order to maintain a threat to China and Russia in the Middle East region. Earlier we wrotethat the United States, in violation of all norms of international law, not only maintains its presence in Syria, but also arms militants of units not controlled by Damascus.
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  1. mgero Offline mgero
    mgero (Mher) April 3 2023 13: 12
    Those who are connected with Turkey are respected partners and not terrorists. How else,
  2. smart fellow Offline smart fellow
    smart fellow (smart fellow) April 3 2023 13: 42
    Maybe it's time for China to test its AUG in action in Syria and bomb Uighur terrorists and Turks at the same time.
    1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) April 5 2023 11: 41
      For one, such hot spots as in Syria are good, extremists from different countries are utilized there. Here are the Uyghurs, to invite the SSO from the PRC to dispose of "their" Uyghur extremists.