(Watch) This is not Britain, this is China – Chinese Police Search and Arrest Muslim hate preachers

After the deadly terrorist attacks in 2014, China declared war on radical Islamic terrorism. On 30 April 2014, two suicide bombings killed three and injured seventy-nine. On the morning of 22 May 2014, two sport utility vehicles carrying five assailants were driven into a busy street market in Ürümqi, the capital of China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Up to a dozen explosives were thrown at shoppers from the windows of the SUVs. The SUVs crashed into shoppers then collided with each other and exploded. 43 people were killed, including 4 of the assailants, and more than 90 wounded, making this the deadliest attack of the Xinjiang conflict. Western countries should unite in the war against radical Islamic terrorism.

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