Tuesday, January 19, 2016

ISIS now recruiting in CHINA for fight against the West with twisted song in Mandarin

ISIS now recruiting in CHINA for fight against the West with twisted song in Mandarin

ISLAMIC State (ISIS) is now looking towards China to recruit fighters for its twisted battle against the West.

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ISIS is now trying to recruit in China
The terror group - also called Daesh - has released a song in Mandarin which calls on its "Muslim brothers" to awaken.
In the four-minute song, titled "I am Mujahid" and complete with harmonies, a man chants: "To die fighting on the battlefield is my dream.
"No force can stop our advance."
It comes after the terror threat in the north of the country was heightened following the arrest of four men suspected of planning terror attacks.
China had managed to stay relatively clear of jihadi terrorist attacks until three Chinese executives were killed in Mali when Islamist militants stormed a hotel in November.
Beijing also vowed justice would prevail when ISIS killed Chinese captive, Fan Jinghui, last month.
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Chinese national Fan Jinghui was executed with Norwegian Ole Johan Grimsgaard-Ofstad
Following the release of the ISIS song, China stepped up its rhetoric against the terror group, saying it showed "terrorism is the common enemy of mankind" and there is a real need to stop extremists using the internet.
Reflecting its ever-growing global spread in economic and business interests, China has increasingly been affected by the activities of militant groups.
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An ISIS attack on a Mali hotel last month claimed the lives of three Chinese executives
However, Beijing has long said there is no military solution in Syria, with state media criticising the West and Russia for air strikes there.
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Hua Chunying, said in a regular news briefing today: "In the face of terrorism, no country can stand on its own, and the international community should stand closer together and cooperate to jointly strike against all forms of terrorism."
Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Cheng Guoping told a separate briefing Beijing had already joined in anti-terrorism cooperation with Washington and Moscow. He said: "At present, relevant countries have proactively coordinated and consulted on their anti-Islamic State actions in Syria and they have had definite progress on fighting terrorism."Decades long friction between the Chinese Government and Muslim Uighurs, an ethnic group from the western region of Xinjiang, has increased as officials have warned some have travelled to battlegrounds in Syria and Iraq.
Critics and rights groups say they seriously doubt a cohesive militant Islamist group exists in the region, saying violence stems from popular anger at Chinese controls on religion and culture as Xinjiang's people are more aligned to central Asia than China.
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The Uighurs in China's western province of Xinjiang have been repeatedly ostracised over the years