The Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP) and its militant wing, the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement (ETIM), exploited the recent altviolence in Urumqi in China on July 5, 2009 by issuing a statement on July 9, 2009 accusing China of “genocide” of the Uighur Muslims. ETIM propaganda claimed that the Chinese government killed “more than 1000,” wounded a “number that exceeded 2000,” and “dumped in prison more than 2000.” Furthermore, Seyfullah, TIP’s military commander, threatened the Chinese by saying: “Know that this Muslim people have men who will take revenge for them.  Soon, the horsemen of Allah will attack you, Allah willing.  So lie in wait; indeed, we lie in wait with you.”

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