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Five Civilians Abducted in a Week

Submitted by on Saturday, 20 August 2011.    1,370 views No Comment
Five Civilians Abducted in a Week

Local sources have reported that armed thugs from the pro-Russian regime in the Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria continue to kidnap innocent civilians.

According to the reports, on August 14, a native of the Dagestani city of Khasav-Yurt, born in 1978, was abducted in Grozny by armed bandits from the pro-Russian regime.

On August 16, armed Kadyrovites organized a punishment operation in the Urus-Martan district. During the operation they kidnapped a male civilian, born in 1983, claiming that in April of 2005 he provided food to a group of Chechen mujahedeen in the forested mountainous area, which is 2 km away from the village of Roshni-Chu.

On August 17, a teenage girl, born in 1995, was abducted from her family’s home by armed Kadyrovites in the village of Bamut, within the Achkoi-Martan district. Officers from the pro-Russian regime claim that their teenage hostage is an active member of the Chechen mujahedeen.

On August 18, on the western outskirts of the village of Avtury in Shali, a group of armed Kadyrovites kidnapped a native of Khamby-Irzi, which is in the Achkoi-Martan district. It was learned that the hostage was born in 1988 and was accused of being a member of the Chechen mujahedeen since August of 2011.

On the morning of August 19, armed Kadyrovites organized a punishment operation in the village of Shalazhi in the Urus-Martan district. The bandits kidnapped two young men who are both residents of Urus-Martan. They were visiting family when the incident occurred. The pro-Russian regime claims that their hostages are members of the Chechen mujahedeen.

The fate and whereabouts of the hostages are unknown.

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

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