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Invaders and Their Local Collaborators Don’t Stop

Submitted by on Friday, 13 August 2010.    769 views No Comment
Invaders and Their Local Collaborators Don’t Stop

During the last three days, Russian occupying forces and their puppets, Kadyrov’s mobsters, abducted three men in Chechnya and Ingushetia.

On August 10, bandits of the puppet regime in Chechnya organized a punishment operation in Koshkeldy village of Gudermes district. National traitors took a 25-year old young man from his house. The victim was accused of providing food for the Chechen mujahedeen up until June 2010. It is believed that the hostage is being held in the building of the puppet policemen (ROVD) in Gudermes.

On the other hand, pro-Moscow national traitors alleged that they took a former Chechen mujahedeen hostage on August 11. According to their claims, they carried out a special operation in the Assinovskaya village of the Sunzha district in Chechnya and arrested a 26-year old man. The young man confessed that he was a member of a Chechen mujahedeen group between June and August 2004 and fell under the command of Kantash Movsarov.

On August 12, Ingush security services conducted an operation in the Ekazhevo village of Ingushetia. They took a young man hostage, claiming that he is a mujahedeen. Details are not known yet but eyewitness said that relatives of the young man are afraid to speak about the issue.

*Text was translated by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco

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