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Puppets Take Parents of Mujahedeen Hostage

Submitted by on Sunday, 5 September 2010.    967 views No Comment
Puppets Take Parents of Mujahedeen Hostage

According to the website Kavkazcenter, on September 4th at around 4 a.m. local time, gangs from Kadyrov’s puppet regime in Chechnya organized numerous raids in the Vedeno, Nozhai-Yurt and Kurchaloi districts. The Kadyrovites took family members of the Chechen mujahadeen hostage.

During the raids, Kadyrov’s bandits beat and humiliated the fathers and mothers of the mujahedeen and a mass hostage taking occurred. Reports say that around one hundred elderly fathers, mothers, sisters and wives were taken hostage.

At 12.00 pm, the Kadyrovites took their hostages to the forest and began to send radio transmissions to the Chechen mujahedeen, demanding their surrender. The gangsters told the mujahedeen that if they did not surrender, they would begin to kill their relatives.

This information was confirmed by the relatives of a young Chechen mujahedeen. They explained that the 60-year old father of the Yaraliev family and his wife were taken hostage, along with other fighter’s parents. Their son went to the mountains in May of 2008.

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

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