Committee for National Revolution
Committee for National Revolution
Flag of First East Turkestan Republic
Leader Muhammad Amin Bughra Founded 1932 Headquarters Kashgar Ideology Islamism
Political position right wing, Anti-Communism, Islamism Religion Sunni Islam
Committee for National Revolution was a Turkic Nationalist Uighur party which existed in 1932-1934. It helped found the First East Turkestan Republic. It was anti Chinese, anti Chinese muslim, anti Communist, and anti Christian. The leader of Karakash gold miners Ismail Khan Khoja, the Khotan Emir Muhammad Amin Bughra, his brothers Abdullah Bughra, Nur Ahmad Jan Bughra, and Sabit Damulla Abdulbaki joined the committee. It had originally 300 members and 50 rifles. On February 20, 1933, it set up a provisional Khotan government with Sabit as prime minister and Muhammad Amin Bughra as head of the armed forces. It favored the establishment of an Islamic theocracy.
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