Tag: Xinjiang

Asian And African Countries Support China’s Pro-Development Strategy in Xinjiang

Pakistan, Egypt, Algeria, the UAW, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Tajikistan are among the Muslim majority countries that have signed a letter in support of China’s counter-terrorism strategy and social development model in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Additionally, The Philippines, Russia, Cuba, the DPRK, Angola, Togo, Belarus, Myanmar and Zimbabwe […]

37 Countries Including Large Muslim Majority Nations Support China’s Fight Against Terrorism

Pakistan, Egypt, Algeria, the UAW, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Tajikistan are among the Muslim majority countries that have signed a letter in support of China’s counter-terrorism strategy and social development model in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Additionally, The Philippines, Russia, Cuba, the DPRK, Angola, Togo, Belarus, Myanmar and Zimbabwe […]

The Wise Leadership of Erdoğan And Xi Has Stemmed The Tide of Liberals Exploiting China-Ummah Relations

On the ancient Silk Road, Chinese and Islamic traders exchanged goods, ideas and cultures in a manner that was mutually beneficial for both sides. Geography dictates that China and the great states of the Ummah (the Islamic world) are natural trading partners. From Indonesia to Pakistan and from the Persian […]

The Real History of Xinjiang is One of Transformation From War and Foreign Aggression to Social Harmony and Peace

The area that is today known as China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has for centuries been a place of political instability, warfare and has infamously played host to multiple geopolitical rivalries for a strategically located area that effectively divides east and central Asia. Located at the axis of multiple historic and […]

Xinjiang: From Chaos to Harmony

The area that is today known as China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has for centuries been a place of political instability, warfare and has infamously played host to multiple geopolitical rivalries for a strategically located area that effectively divides east and central Asia. Located at the axis of multiple historic and […]

Xi Jinping, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Imran Khan Should Hold a Summit of Cultural Exchange in Xinjiang

China and Turkey are currently experiencing a rapidly accelerating period of enhanced bilateral ties across a variety of fields. This is why the Turkish government’s recent expression of concern regarding the much discussed state of society in China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region should be seen as an opportunity to enhance China-Turkey relations […]