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Three Civilians were Kidnapped in Chechnya

Submitted by on Friday, 30 July 2010.    1,600 views No Comment
Three Civilians were Kidnapped in Chechnya

According to local sources, on July 27 and 29 three young Chechen men were taken hostage in various areas of Chechnya by bandits of the puppet regime.

On July 27, in Agishty village of Shali district, the mobsters of bloody regime in Russian-occupied Chechnya took hostage a 22-year old resident of Grozny. The ringleaders of the puppet regime claims that the young man was aiding to a group of Chechen mujahedeen under command of Muslim Gakaev. According to their claims, Kadirovits found a number of ammunition and food on the young men.

On July 29, two young men were abducted in Shali and Shelkovsky districts of Chechnya by Russian invaders and their local collaborators. Both of hostage were accused to helping Chechen mujahedeen. The gangmembers of Shelkovsky district kidnapped a 24-year old resident of Kargalinskaya with the claims that he aided to Chechen mujahedeen in 2005. In the same day, Russian invaders and their local collaborators organized a punitive operation at Assinovskaya village of Shali district in Chechnya. During the operation, Russian invaders took hostage 20-year old local resident. They have also claimed that the young man provided food aiding for Chechen mujahedeen in 2008.

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