|Allegiance||Republic of China|
|Years of service||1940s|
|Commands held||Kuomintang Secret Police Officer|
Liu Bin-Di (Xiao'erjing: ﻟِﯿَﻮْ بٍ دِ) was a Hui Muslim KMT officer in Xinjiang, working for the Republic of China government and was sent by Ürümqi to subdue the Hui area. Turkic Muslim rebels backed by the Soviet Union were revolting against the Republic of China. His mission failed due to being long overdue. Liu was killed by Turkic Muslim rebels in Ghulja in November, 1944, which started the Ili Rebellion.
- Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (1982). Journal of the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs, Volumes 4-5. King Abdulaziz University. p. 299. Retrieved 2010-06-28.
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