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New Book: “Nothing is Forgotten, No one is Forgiven!”

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New Book: “Nothing is Forgotten, No one is Forgiven!”

It was announced that the publishing house “SERLUO” has released the new book from Chechen journalist Mayrbek Taramov called “Nothing is Forgotten, No one is Forgiven!” on the 70th anniversary of the deportation of the entire Chechen-Ingush people into Central Asia and Siberia.

The Russian book’s foreword was written by the Prime Minister of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, Akhmed Zakayev and the book consists of 6 chapters. Respectively, the chapters are “European Parliament Recognized the Deportation of Chechens in 1944 as an Act of Genocide; Official Documents of the Soviet Leadership on the Deportation of Chechens; Using the Religious Authorities in the Deportation of Chechen People; Materials About the Deportation of Chechens in the World Media; Stories of Eyewitnesses; and A Complaint to the European Court of Human Rights”.

The book can be purchased for 10 Euros from representatives of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria in Europe. On the other hand, it can be bought directly from the author: tmayrbek@gmail.com

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

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