80-year-old Uighur runs off to join ISIS

The jihadi, who says he was a imam in China, says Muslims face oppression in his home country.

The video, believed to have been filmed in Syria, cuts to scenes inside one of the terror group’s schools, where children sit inside a classroom wearing hats bearing the recognisable ISIS logo.

One child, who looks about 10 years old, tells the camera: ‘O Chinese kaffar (non-believers), know that we are preparing in the land of the khilafah (caliphate) and we will come to you and raise this flag in Turkestan with the permission of Allah.’

  • Uncle_Waspy

    Watch out — he’s got a bomb in his Depends!

    • Norman_In_New_York


  • just a thought

    “Muslims face oppression in his home country.”

    “You blow $#& up and kill innocent people, and all of a sudden YOUR the bad guy.”

  • G

    “80-Year-Old Uighur Runs Off To Join ISIS”

    Hey, BCF, come on, he’s 80. I doubt if he RAN.

    Mind you to be fair, “RAN” sounds better than “shuffled-along-picking-his-ass-to-ISIS.”

  • simus1

    The “backward” Uighurs and the “corrupt” Chinese Nationalists never had any trouble getting along in “Turkestan” for decades. It was only after the wonderful “liberating Chicoms” and the wahabbi fanatics started messing around that everything promptly went to hell.
    Makes you wonder how much of that lesson is taught in our schools.

  • Frau Katze

    Perhaps China is happy to see them leave.

    • I find it very funny, reading about the plight of the Uighurs on English-language Muslim media. Notice they really don’t go on about it very much. Muslims are good at sniffing out the weak horse.

      Whining doesn’t work on the Chicoms.

      • Frau Katze

        Nope. One rarely reads about it. The media are forced to accept it.

        • I agree. But that train of thought leads me to wonder why they think that kvetching about Burma/Myanmar is helpful. Is it something to do with how Buddhists are perceived in the West?