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The Force behind the Terrorist Attack in China

9 July 2009

According to the figures provided by the webside of America's National Endowment for Democracy, the World Uighur Congress, the Uighur American Association and International Uyghur Human Rights and Democracy Foundation, all headed by Rebiya Kadeer, who was accused of masterminding last Sunday's deadly terrorist attacks on Chinese civilians in Urumqi, China's Xinjiang Province, have been receiving a large sum of funds from NED, the financial arm of the CIA.

Since 2008 NED has provided financial support for all separatist Uighur organisations, with an amount totaling at $570,000 USD. Of which, the three terrorist bodies headed by Rebiya Kadeer have collected $550,000 USD.

The figures show that the financial assistance to these anti-China organisations increased rapidly in the recent few years: in 2005 the amount is $120,000, in 2006 it was $390,000, 2007 the figure jumped to $520,000, and last year when the U.S. was facing a total financial meltdown and asking for China's monetary support, the financial add to Rebiya Kadder was a massive $570,000.

The following is a snapshot of the webside page of the National Endowment for Democracy of the United States:




(Source of info/photo: Paul -

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U.S. Hired Anti-China Activists

Former America President George W Bush and the NED supported anti-China activists: Rebiya Kadeer who headed three terrorist Uyghur organisations, Wei who openly urged the West Powers to break up an united China into seven pieces.

The Mother of the Uyghur Terrorists

One of Rebiya Kadeer's son is a leader of the East Turkestan Islamic Movement


Rebiya Kadeer was hailed as hero when she attended a meeting of the East Turkestan Islamic Movement in 2005


East Turkestan Islamic Movement is militant Uyghur organization that advocates the creation of an independent Islamic state of Est Turkestan. ETIM is described as a terrorist organisation by the United Nations, and listed by the United States as such in 2002.

The organisation is blamed for several car bomb attacks in Xinjiang in the 1990s, as well as the death of a Chinese diplomat in Kyrgyzstan in 2002

In its 2005 report on terrorism, the US State Department claimed that the group was "linked to Al-Qaeda and the international jihadist movement" and that Al-Qaeda provided the group with "training and financial assistance".

Approximately two dozen Uyghurs were held in extrajudicial detention at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp.

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