Gao Bo, who tried to separate Mahmud Kashgari from the Uyghurs, is a true apite Gao Bo, who tried to separate Mahmud Kashgari from the Uyghurs, is a true apite

Gao Bo, who tried to separate Mahmud Kashgari from the Uyghurs, is a true apite

Gao Bo, who tried to separate Mahmud Kashgari from the Uyghurs, is a true apite

Experts: "The attack on Mahmud Kashgar should wake up the Turkish world"

In our first two reviews related to this topic, we analyzed the views of Gao Bo, who tried to deny the identity of the great scholar Mahmud Kashgari, his immortal work "Diwan of Turkic Languages" and even Maziri, and the devastation caused to the Uyghur nation and culture by the Chinese government's implementation of his views as a policy. So, how did Gao Bo's behavior come about? What exactly was his background?

Gao Bo (高泒) was born in 1960 in Wuding County, Yunnan Province. In 1985, he graduated from Yunnan Pedagogical University, majoring in modern Chinese literature. Later, he completed his dissertation on "Model Opera: The Ideology and Art of Chinese Revolutionary History" at Xiamen University's Institute of Contemporary Chinese Literature and worked as a teacher and later vice-director. According to his 2011 memoir, "Journey Through the Mountains and Rivers of History," based on material collected over 10 years following the Chinese Red Army's trail, he twice cycled the 25,000-mile route of the Chinese Red Army's war against Japan. It is known that he went to Burma in search of traces and went to Tibet to collect historical stories and legends related to the Chinese Red Army. His 2015 book, Red Footprints: A Teen's Guide to Learning the Spirit of the Long Journey, is written for visitors to Chinese Communist historical figures and sites.

In 2009, after the Chinese government severely suppressed the Uyghur people's protests in Urumqi, which could not stand the oppression and discrimination, its massacre of the Uyghur people and culture entered a new era. The Chinese government, which wants to realize its evil plan faster, also transferred its loyal employees from the interior provinces to important jobs under the name of "helping Xinjiang". Gao Bo also left his job at Xiamen University with a special assignment from the Chinese government and came to Urumqi to study at the Institute of Philology at Xinjiang University.

Uyghur elite scholars and professors have gathered at this institute, including: Arslan Abdulla, an expert in ancient and modern Uyghur languages, Abdurrehim Rahman, Abdurkerim Rahman, the leader of Uyghur folklore studies, Yusuf Isaq, Rachel Davud, a leader of Uyghur tomb studies, and Azad, a researcher of Uyghur literary history and theory. Sultan and Ghairatjan Osman and others. Therefore, there was no better place for Gao Bo to observe the thought world of Uyghur intellectuals and Uyghur society. Gao Bo, who originally wanted to promote Chinese historical figures and institutions among the Uyghurs, soon found out that there are individuals and institutions that the Uyghurs respect and value, and who are embedded in their social life with their national identity. The Uyghurs realized that they could not achieve their goals without separating their historical figures from their people, and without losing the places they visit with sacred knowledge. Whenever he had a chance, he published articles posing as a government representative at his workplace and expressed his political views on how to govern the Uyghurs.

In 2014, he published an article on China's "Global Network" and said, "Three types of extremist forces can be eliminated by bringing the majority of ethnic minorities into the production and construction base." In the same year, he published an article titled "Three Proposals for the Stable Development of Xinjiang" and proposed three proposals, such as expanding and strengthening bilingual education, employing Uyghurs in Chinese enterprises, and establishing cooperation between Chinese-Uyghur farmers.

Since June 2017, the Chinese government has openly carried out ethnic and cultural genocide against Uyghurs. On the 13th of the same month, Gao Bo published an article on the website of the "China Daily" entitled "Three Nevers" related to Xinjiang, saying that "Xinjiang has always been a multi-ethnic, multi-religious and inseparable part of the Chinese territory." He also said in 2020 that China's "Global Network" would be "How to deepen nutrition through culture?" published an article on the topic, and wrote: "According to the author's personal observations and daily life experiences in Xinjiang, there are many things that can be further expanded and deepened to develop the culture of Xinjiang. The great tradition of Chinese culture is the root of Chinese culture. Undoubtedly, it is an important source of cultural nourishment. For that. One should sing Jing Jui opera, play the Yanger style, perform Juwawa knots, practice piety, recite Tang Dynasty poems and Song Dynasty texts, and memorize the three-syllable classics and disciple rules.

Since then, the Chinese authorities have implemented and continue to implement all of these suggestions made by Gao Bo.

In November 2018, Mr. Mirsultan Osman, one of the most important life witnesses who did special work in the research of "Diwan of Turkish Languages" and the identification of Mahmud Kashghari Mazi, passed away. A month later, Professor Arslan Abdullah, head of the Institute of Philology of Xinjiang University, and the last few Uyghur professors and teachers working in that institute were also kidnapped.

That is, Professor Arslan Abdulla, who is administratively managing Gao Bo, was arrested and a number of Uighurs who are well-known in the field of Uighur history, literature, culture, folklore, and language studies and are highly respected by Uighurs, and who are pioneers in establishing Uighur national identity and national cultural identity, have been arrested. Scholars, intellectuals, researchers, writers were kidnapped one after another.

At this time, Gao Bo thought that all the people protesting against him had disappeared, and less than a month later, he published an article titled "Doubts and Reflections on the Author of the Diwan of Turkish Languages" and revealed his identity.

He tries to falsify the name of the foundation that was completed in 1836 in connection with the donation of a manuscript of a book called "Masnavi Sharif" by Mullah Sadiq Shah Ala son, which provides solid evidence that the tomb in Opal is Mahmud Kashghari's tomb. For this reason, Gao Buisim partially changes a sentence in the introduction of the translation of "Divan of Turkish Languages" prepared by Turkish Professor Ahmet Bijan Arjilasun, one of the leaders of modern Turkology, to write as follows: "If this document is true, then this document is Opal Aziz It is the strongest evidence that the shrine of Hazrat Mullam in his village is the shrine of Mahmud Kashghari. In this way, he cannot hide that all his doubts were actually created by distorting and reordering Mr. Arjilasun's scientific analysis. It is possible to imagine that he did not write the article himself, or even prepared it, considering the fact that he spelled the name of Kutluq Shawqi mentioned twice in his article differently, and the name of Mamtili Tawfiq, known to Uyghurs, is simply written as "Mammet".

It is clear how much damage the 25-year-long conspiracy scenario of Gao Bo, a politician disguised as a scientist, has caused to Uyghurs, and how many intellectuals have been unjustly imprisoned and even died prematurely. By denying Mahmud Kashighari's legacy and his identity advocated by Gao Bo and others, forcing Uyghurs to forget their national history, to lose their pride in their national culture and the spirit of developing their national identity, and instead to establish and strengthen the consciousness of "Chinese nation commonwealth" and "Chinese culture" The Chinese government, which accepted his suggestions, has made it a key policy that is currently being implemented. The Chinese government followed this policy by abducting and punishing Rachel Davut, Arslan Abdullah, Ghairatjan Osman and hundreds of Uyghur intellectuals who were sentenced to indefinite and long prison terms at the Institute of Philology and other places where Shu Gao Bo observed and understood his ideas. He is intensifying this violence in our day.

The various games that the Chinese government has been playing recently to paint the eyes of the world community and show that it cares about the Uyghurs cannot hide the persecution and genocide it is doing to famous people who have enriched the Uyghur culture. No violent force can ever separate Mahmud Kashgari, a scientist who is eternally incarnated with the name "Kashgari" from his Uighur nation.

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