Four Chechens were Deported to Russia!
Egyptian authorities have deported 4 Chechen to Russia today afternoon, eventhough Amnesty International’s warning about the high risks after deportation.
As we previously reported 6 Chechen was under threat of deportation to Russia by Egypt and if they would deport, there were a risk of torture and extrajudicial killings. One of those Chechen students is Maskhud Abdullaev (22), the son of Chechen commander Supyan Abdullaev and two women was the wifes of Chechen mujahedeens. But Egyptian authorities doesn’t care to fate of Chechens and they have deported 4 Chechens to Russia with the flight of Egypt Air. Chechens will arrive to Moscow Domodedovo Airport at 17.00.
The names of 4 Chechens including 2 women: Magomad Amin Khadzhiev, Usama Akhmadov, Zalina Tarzaeva and Zena Mustapaeva.
“Maskhud Abdullaev, Akhmad Azimov shouldn’t send back to Russia because of they were at traffic jam or the driver couldn’t find the correct gate at airport on time so we think they will deport to Russia on June 19,2009 Friday” said Attorney Murad Musaev.
We must remind, all of these 6 Chechens before they came to Egypt for studying, they had granted refugee status in Azerbaijan. But Egypt refused also deporting these Chechens to Azerbaijan.
Correcting: Whe we published our news then first information was about 6 Chechens were deported, but later we have learned from Attorney Murad Musaev 4 of Chechens deported. So we are sorry about our false information.