Terrorists will be eternally punished even though they are dead because they are deeply guilty of killing innocent people.
Bad news saddens us time and time again, and this time it’s 19:10 on April 30, 2014. Our hearts started bleeding once again when innocent people were killed or maimed, and the hearts of the 79 injured were left with indelible scars.
The incident coincided with the May Day holiday when we students were out of school and buying tickets at the train station for what was supposed to be an enjoyable spring holiday. Now, alas, we are in no mood for any fun at all.
We hurt nobody, but we feel guilty; we offend nobody, yet we are anxiously watched and avoided by passers-by.
You murderers, why on earth do you do this? What on earth do you want? What have you brought upon our Uygur after all?
You shout slogans, saying you want respect and rights, but not far away from the blast you conspire is a mosque where worshippers are quietly praying.
You say you’re devout believers, but you inflict violence, terror and brutality on the innocent, regardless of their nationality, gender or age.
Are there any ancient grudges between you and these people? Where is the virtue and kindness that is supposed to be present in believers of any religion?
You say you do it for the well-being of the Uygur, but just look at what you have brought upon us! Your crimes and sins have made people be on guard against us and led to our nationality being kidnapped by violence and terrorism and branding the label of terrorism on our hometowns and even our whole region.
You have made us go through extra security checks when we travel in a foreign country and you have even made hotels and hostels in China reluctant to receive us. You criminals have burdened our nationality with endless suffering and disaster.