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Who is a Terrorist?

Submitted by on Monday, 17 May 2010.    1,675 views No Comment
Who is a Terrorist?

Earlier we have reported the comments of Anzor Maskhadov and Bjørn Nistad about Aslan Maskhadov. On Sunday, a new comment from a Norvegian man was appeared at the Aftenposten.

Here is the comment:

Who is a Terrorist?

Bjørn Nistad has two posts accused Anzor Maskhadov and his father Aslan for being terrorists. There was also Kjakan Sønsteby and co.

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Chechens declared for their independence. In 1994, there was talk about about the negotiations, but the leadership of the Kremlin have choosed to start the war, which Chechnya had nothing to do with. Russia’s top general, Eduard Vorobyov, concluded that the war was criminal from both sides, militarily and morally, and refused to take part in it. As a brilliant defense, led by Aslan Maskhadov, Chechens threw Russians out, and after there was concluded a peace agreement which the parties include a commitment to refrain from the use of force against each other in the future.

Again, the Russians attacked in 1999, but now in connection with the reason of to get Putin elected as Yeltsin’s successor. To make a new war popular; residential blocks were blown up to the air and the Chechens were blamed in that. Again, tens of thousands are killed. Some of the world’s worst terrorists in modern times, sitting  today in the leadership in Moscow. Father and son, Maskhadovs,  are among the freedom fighters.

16.05.2010 / Aftenposten

Ingvald Godal – Oslo

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