三泰虎博客9月14日译文，xj吐鲁番地区中级人民法院以组织领导恐怖组织罪、故意杀人罪、放火罪数罪并罚，判处艾合买提尼亚孜·斯迪克死刑，剥夺政治权利终身；以参加恐怖组织罪、故意 杀人罪数罪并罚，判处吾拉音·艾力和阿不都拉·斯热甫力死刑；以参加恐怖组织罪、故意杀人罪、放火罪数罪并罚，判处艾克拉木·吾斯曼有期徒刑25年，剥夺 政治权利5年。
外文标题：Three Islamic militants sentenced to death, one to 25 years in jail in China
BEIJING: Three suspected Islamic militants from China’s Xinjiang province have been sentenced to death and another to 25 years in jail for a violent terrorist attack which killed 24 people in June this year.
The Intermediate People’s Court of the Turpan Prefecture, which administers Shanshan County, handed the death penalty to Ahmatniyaz Sidiq holding him guilty for organizing, leading and participating in a terrorist organization, homicide and arson.
He was also deprived of political rights for life. The court also sentenced Urayim Eli and Abdulla Esrapil to death for their participation in the terrorist organization and homicide.
Another suspected militant Akram Usman was sentenced to 25 years in jail and was deprived of political rights for five years for his participation in the terrorist organization, homicide and arson, state-run news agency Xinhua said.
These four, who hail from the native Muslim Uygur community, were accused of carrying out deadly attacks with swords and daggers in Xinjuiang’s Shanshan County on June 26.
Twenty four people including two police officials were killed and 23 others were injured in the attack.
A gang of 13 people, including Ahmatniyaz Sidiq, Urayim Eli, Abdulla Esrapil and Eli Ahmatniyaz, carried out the violent attack on June 26 at Lukqun Township, Shanshan County in the Turpan Prefecture.
All four are suspected to be members of ETIM. The court charged that these people advocated and spread religious extremism, watched violence-inciting videos from foreign terrorist organizations, and read books on religious extremism to further conspire on terrorist activities.
According to the prosecutors, Eli Ahmatniyaz gathered with Akram Usman and four others on June 19 and plotted attacks against the local police station, government and a market.
Akram Usman and his conspirators provided 10,800 yuan ($1,765.3) and bought gasoline and 47 knives during the period from June 20 to 25, according to the court.
Police investigation showed that the multiple attacks in Shanshan on June 26 were a premeditated and organized violent terrorist crime.
The methods used were merciless in the extreme and the incident had serious consequences so they ought to be severely punished in accordance with the law, the court said.
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Bharat an Indian (Chennai)
Thats good decision by CHINAS Court……………!!!!!
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S C (Udaipur)
Why not India follows from China and deliver quick justice to perpetrators of heinous terrorist crimes.
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bmcowl (planet earth)
Instead of being fed Biriyani and pampered, the terrorists need to be executed in India as well.
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chittaranjan (New Delhi)
India…Learn something from the Chinese govt…
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‘The methods used were merciless in the extreme’. So were the methods used by mohammed. And these methods have gone on for 14 centuries. The world should learn from China. Call the bluff of victim mentality of muslims.
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crime commited on june 26, and decision is out in sep. we ned to learn much frm chinese judicial sya. abt, islamic terrorism, cmon, tel us smthing new. wherever there r islam, there wl b terorism.
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The whole world is facing Islamic terrorists ….. soon they will make Islam a synonym for terrorism. Few terrorists are defaming a religion… time has come when all Islamic religious body needs to come out and raise there strong voice against any such terrorist attack or organisation…that can save the religion.
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Suresh Kumar (Haripad)
China is a close friend of Pakistan and at the same time there is no compromise on terrorism. By the way in their political system there is no place for any vote bank.
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Robin (Location) replies to Suresh Kumar
Consequently freedom of the people is curtailed.
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Manoj Kumar S (Unknown) replies to Robin
anway life far in china more better than india’s so called freedom to live… in india freedom is only for people who have money/muscle power
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In India, they are allowed to have free biriyani and kebabs as long as they wish !
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Robin (Location) replies to a4abhik
So, you never heard of terrorists hanged to death in India ?
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a4abhik replies to Robin
Yes, obviously I heard. But here they are hanged not by default, but only when heavy political pressure builds up ! There is difference.
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Mango Man (Banana Republic)
There should be zero tolerance towards Islamic terrorism…….well done China…..
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murali venkat (hyderabad)
China’s political system is different….they dont SURVIVE ON VOTE BANKS…its simple…anyone who is against the system is punished brutally. The best part I liked is take away the political right to vote…if only INDIA uses the same yard stick, VOTE BANK politics will be a thing of the past!
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Dheeren Sayar (Unknown)
This is how Chines treat terror, completely mercilessly and swiftly too.
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Ron Sundar (USA)
This is what is needed in India – Punishment Chinese Style!
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Kill them before they kill you is the policy of China. It must be follow by India.
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Mike M (Israel)
Well done China-show all governments how to deal with these people
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Dwivedi JSK (bilaspur)
Every death of an Islamic militant is a relief to mankind.
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ITALIAN CONGRESS ()
hatts off to hudicial system in china
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