Exiled Uighur leader accused of stirring unrest

The Chinese government has accused Rebiya Kadeer, an exiled Uighur leader, of calling for an uprising. The 62-year-old grandmother and mother of 11 spent six years in prison in China before being deported in March 2005 to join her family in the US. A former millionaire businesswoman, once among the wealthiest people in China, who calls herself the "daughter of the Uighur people", Kedeer currently heads the World Uighur Congress. In an interview to Al Jazeera, Kedeer said shes not responsible for inciting the unrest.