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Puppet Regime Prohibited to Commemoration Ceremony

Submitted by on Tuesday, 28 July 2009.    1,032 views No Comment
Puppet Regime Prohibited to Commemoration Ceremony

Puppet Kadirov regime forbidden to do ceremony of commeration (tezet) for Chechen mujahedeens.

According to correspondents of Kavkaz Uzel, the families of the suspected members of Chechen Republic Ichkeria armed units became shaheed last Saturday, July 25, in Urus-Martan district of Chechnya have been handed over the bodies but forbidden to conduct the ceremony of commemoration (tezet).

For reference, on the morning of July 25, occupant Russian armed forces conducted a special operation on liquidating a group of freedom fighter in the village of Goyty, Urus-Martan district, Chechnya. The fierce battle between the Russian and traitor forces and Chechen freedom fighters who were blocked in a private house along Nekrasov Street in the village of Goity lasted for several hours. The occupant and traitor forces used heavy arms and were protected by armor.

The “Caucasian Knot” correspondent has been informed in the course of the special operation, six members of the Chechen freedom fighters were killed, they were headed by Isa Izerkhanov, mid-level commander of them. The identity of some of the victims has been established. Apart from Izerkhanov, residents of the republic Khasbulatov and Zakriyev were killed in Goyty.

Meanwhile, local residents claim that, despite the fact that the bodies of the killed Chechen freedom fighters have been really handed over to their families, still, the so-called power authorities of bloody Kadirov regime prohibit them to conduct commemoration ceremonies (tezet).

“In effect, they want the victims to be just dug in the ground, rather than be buried in conformance with the Moslem laws and Chechen traditions. In my view, it is the worst derision and scoffing at people. Even the Russian military did not do this”, said Ali, resident of Grozny, to the “Caucasian Knot” correspondent.

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