Despite suffering defeats in both Iraq and Syria recently, ISIS continues to expand their list of target nations, now setting their sights on China in a thirty-minute video released on Monday.

The video, believed to be filmed in a region of Iraq that remains under ISIS control, shows fighters from China’s Uighur minority.  China has blamed the Uighur for a number of violent attacks in the western Xinjiang region – the Muslim Uighur homeland.

“Oh, you Chinese who do not understand what people say. We are the soldiers of the Caliphate, and we will come to you to clarify to you with the tongues of our weapons, to shed blood like rivers and avenging the oppressed,” the Uighur fighters say in the video.

The video contained footage of several heavily armed ISIS fighters, some of whom are clearly children.  The fighters are shown giving speeches to groups, praying, and killing “informants.”  It also shows scenes pulled from news outlets of Chinese riot police guarding mosques and arresting men seemingly tied to the Uighur.  The Chinese flag is also shown being burned.