Mayadeen TV recently reported on Uyghurs fighting alongside ISIS and Jabhat Al-Nusra in Syria. A Syrian village was being transformed into "a settlement for hundreds of Uyghur Turkistani families who are fleeing China," according to the TV report, which aired on September 3, 2015. The report also said that hundreds of Uyghur children were learning how to fight in ISIS schools and training camps.
Voice Over: "Abu Rida, the emir of the Turkistan Islamic Party, was killed. Turkistani flags fly in the main square of Jisr Al-Shughur, after the (Uyghur fighters) played a vital role in its conquest. After the raid, this Syrian city looks more like China than Damascus. Thousands of Chinese Turkistani families were resettled in the area, especially in the village of Zanbaq."
Speaker: "This confirms that terrorists continue to cross the borders, and that Turkey continues to let the terrorists and their families pass through. It proves that (Syria's) demography is being targeted, and this aggression has transformed into a colonial occupation."
Voice Over: "All you can see from the village of Zanbaq are the surrounding forests. The Turkish border observation tower is witnessing the transformation of this Syrian village into a settlement for hundreds of Uyghur Turkistani families, who are fleeing China, as opposition sources tell Mayadeen TV."
Reporter: "The resettling of Chinese Uyghurs, and driving the Syrians out of their villages, is not limited to the Al-Nusra Front and the Turkish Intelligence. Two years ago, ISIS transferred thousands of Uyghur families from Turkey to the village of Abyad in Raqqa province, and to the area around the oil fields in Deir ez-Zor, enlisting a thousand fighters from among them."
Voice Over: "Abdallah Al-Turkistani has been entrusted with the killing of two Russian spies. This little terrorist is not the only one who has learned how to kill. There are dozens of Chinese Turkistani children like Abdallah in the schools of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in Syria. Hundreds of the sons of the Turkistani Jihadi settlers learn to fight in training camps.
"In Istanbul, 20,000 Turkistanis are being organized by Turkish intelligence, and are placed in the charge of the Al-Nusra Front, in order to use them in Syria after Afghanistan. In Jisr Al-Shughur, the Turkistanis are fighting the Syrian army in order to defend the settlement of their families as well. The Turkistani Islamic Party is preparing an army that will first fight in Syria, and will return to Chinese Turkistan some day, if it manages to survive this holocaust managed by Turkey."