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    The Xinjiang Conflict is an ongoing separatist movement in the western autonomous China-icon.png Chinese region of Xinjiangball (alternatively called Uyghurball). The separatist movement was eventually supported by Jihadist groups such as ISIS-icon.png ISIS, which had set the stage that it was an active move of terrorism.

    Timeline of Events[edit | edit source]

    1930s[edit | edit source]

    Everything was peaceful in Xinjiangball's clay until the provincial governor, Jin Shuren, was assassinated. Yang Zengxin took power in administering the region, with many believing he had been responsible for the killing. He then abolishes the Moghulistan-icon.png Kumul Khanateball and precedesd to oppress the native Uyghur-icon.png Uyghurs. Ma Cliqueball, backed by Taiwan-icon.png Chinaball, invades Xinjiang Clique-icon (1933-1942).png Xinjangball to try to revive the Moghulistan-icon.png Kumul Khanateball and overthrow Yang Zengxin.

    Present Day[edit | edit source]

    Between 2007 and 2014, many Uyghurs commited violent attacks on Chinese civilians in multiple clashes. There were also bombings in markets and transport hubs, killing many. Anti-Chinese protests in Turkey-icon.png Turkeyball led China-icon.png China to issue a travel warning for his civilians visiting Turkey-icon.png Turkey.

    It was seemed that Uyghur-icon.png Uighur extremists formed two orginizations, Uyghur-icon.png ETIM, and Turkistan Islamic Party-icon.png TIP, and joined ISIS-icon.png ISIS as fighters in Iraq-icon.png Iraqball and Syria-icon.png Syriaball. It was always implied they entered Syria-icon.png Syriaball through Turkey-icon.png Turkeyball.

    In 2009 some extreme Uighurs in China-icon.png Chinaball produced a terrorist incident, killed about 200 people with about 1700 injured. China-icon.png Chinaball's government started to view the situation more seriously by taking out wahhabi extremist cells and kill the fighters, many are from out side of China-icon.png Chinaball. As a follow up, China-icon.png the Chinese government started to try to remove the impact of Wahhabism-icon.png Wahhabism from Uyghur-icon.png Xinjiangball. But it is very hard because they ignored the development in the past 25 years. So the government started policies such as banning full length niqab. Some other policies mimic the traditional Maoism-icon.png CCP "political movement" such as the community leader will visit your home and make sure your husband is not forcing women to wear niqab. And religious leaders are not allowed to promote Wahhabism-icon.png Wahbbism.

    After more attacks in 2017, China-icon.png Chinaball started to introduce internment camps to reduce islamism in the region. This has been a big blowback to the CCP's reputation, as many countries had accused China-icon.png China of "killing and exterminating muslims", while not being truly fully informed of the threat of jihadism. In a response, China-icon.png Chinaball was claiming this was only to fight terrorism and to secure the safety of all that lives there.

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