Taking Hostage of Innocent Civilians Continue in Chechnya and Ingushetia
According to local sources of Ichkeria.info, Russian occupier forces and their local collaborators continue to kidnapping innocent civilians and alleging them for helping Chechen mujahedeen.
On June 12, 2010, 21-years old young man was kidnapped in Engel-Yurt village of Gudermes district in Chechnya, by gang members of national traitors with claim that he was assisting food to Chechen mujahedeen since May 2010 until present.
On June 13, 2010, two youngs at 21 and 23 years old were took hostages from their homes in Engel-Yurt village of Gudermes district in Chechnya, by local bandits of puppet regime. According to puppets both young men were planning to join Chechen mujahedeen.
On June 15, 2010, in Achkhoi-Martan district of Chechnya, at the check-point of national traitors in Kavkaz highway, bandits took hostage to a residents of Ingushetia and suspected of collaboration with Chechen mujahedeen. The kidnapped man is 33-years old and a resident of Halashki village in Sunzha region of Ingushetia. The national traitors alleged that the victim was providing foods to a Chechen mujahedeen group which operates between Chechnya and Ingushetia.
On June 21, 2010, a 36-years old resident of Stary-Achkoi village in the southern Chechnya was kidnapped by national collaborators of Russian invaders. He was accused of providing food for Chechen mujahedeen.
On June 23, 2010, a 30-years old contruction worker accused of to be a former Chechen mujahedeen and kidnapped in Ilinovskaya village of the Grozny, capital Chechnya, by puppet Kadirov’s mobsters. According to claims of national traitors, the victim was among a group of Chechen mujahedeen under command of Musbek Mintsigov. Same day, a 27-year old resident of Prigorodnoye village was accused of supplying food to Chechen mujahedeen in 2001, and was took a hostage.
On June 25, 2010, in the center of Grozny, bandits of puppet regime accused two local resident for providing food to Chechen mujahedeen in the fall of 2009, and local residents were kidnapped. The same day, again in the capital of Chechnya, 19-years old a young man was kidnapped by puppet regime’s mobsters due their claims that he was planning to join Chechen mujahedeen.
On June 29, 2010, a young resident of Nadterachny district in Chechnya was kidnapped by national traitors because of he was doing a propagand among his friends about to be a participate of Chechen mujahedeen. The same day, 31-years old a resident of Staropromyslovsky district in Chechnya accused of assisted to Chechen mujahedeen in May 2010, and gang members of puppet regime took hostage him. Another hostage-taking event was occured in the capital the same day. The mobsters of puppet regime accused a 33-years old local resident with accommadate for Chechen mujahedeen in his house, and kidnapped him.
On June 30, 2010, gang members of local traitors took hostage 19-years old a resident of Shali and two local residents of Grozny. All of them accused to assisting Chechen mujahedeen.
On the first week of July 2010, in the mountainous area of Achkoi-Martan district in Chechnya 26-years old civilian was kidnapped by local bandits. The puppet regime claimed that victim was taking food with himself for providing to Chechen mujahedeen.
On July 6, 2010, 29-years old local resident in Atagi village of capital Grozny, and 24-years old resident of Shali was kidnapped by mobsters of national traitors. The national traitors claimed that both of kidnapped supplied food to Chechen mujahedeen and a few times transported them with their own car.
On July 7, 2010, the gang members of puppet regime in Chechnya conducted an operation in Salazhi village of Urus-Martan district. They took a hostage 22-years old resident of Achkoi-Martan district. The puppets alleged that young man was providing food and information about the movements of puppet forces since March 2010.
On July 8, 2010, 18 and 20-years-old two young men was kidnapped by puppet forces in Salazhi village of Urus-Martan district in Chechnya. The puppets claimed that both of young men were providing food for Chechen mujahedeen. The same day, in Bamut village of Achkoi-Martan district wittnessed another hostage-taking by local puppet mobsters. A 22-years old local resident was kidnapped with the same allegations.
On July 12, 2010, thugs of Russian loyalist puppet regime in Chechnya and Russian invaders conducted a joint operation in Gekhi village of Urus-Martan district. They took hostage a 22-years old local young man. According to claims of puppets, the young man was providing food, telephone batteries and other equipments to Chechen mujahedeen. 63-years old Vedeno resident was kidnapped by local bandits of puppet regime in the center of Argun city in Chechnya. According the claims, the old man helped Chechen mujahedeen with giving 6 thousand rubles and civilian clothes.
On July 14, 2010, a local resident of Ingushetia’s Malgobek city, Bekhan Bayaliyev, born in 1986, was kidnapped when he was returning home in his car, he was stopped by members of the Russian FSB’s local gang. He was grasped and taken away to an unknown location. A few hours later, his house was raided by masked Russian forces. The sick father of Bayaliyev, his younger brother and his wife were in the house at that moment and they were ill-treated by masked soldiers. Russians began to conduct a so-called “search”, and placed grenades, ammunition and some papers in front of his father, wife and his brother. The following day, Russian soldiers declared to relatives of Bayaliyev that Bekhan has allegedly “confessed everything”, and now in order to rescue him, they have to pay much money. Sources says that Bekhan Bayaliyev is being kept in the building of Malgobek city police department and subjected to severe tortures.
On July 15, 2010, in Atagi village, mobsters of puppet regime took hostage a 44-years old resident of capital Grozny. According to claims, local resident was assisted to Chechen mujahedeen who was fighting against Russian forces in 2001.
On July 17, 2010, in Koshkeldy village of Gudermes district in Chechnya, bandits of national traitors kidnapped a local resident. They accused him with providing food for Chechehn mujahedeen. In the same region, in Pervomaysk village two local resident accused with helping Chechen mujahedeen under command of Amir Yakub and both were took hostage. Moreover, a resident in Astrakhan was kidnapped. He was alleged that transported to a group of Chechen mujahedeen under command of Sultan Daudov and provided help for them.
According to a news of Kavkaz-Uzel, only between 1st of January and 15th of July 2010, 147 peaceful civilian residents of Chechnya were kidnapped due allegations that they were assisting to Chechen mujahedeen by the bandits of puppet regime in Chechnya and Russian invaders. During the same time period, 49 people were also killed by invaders and their collaborators. The puppet regime in Chechnya claimed that those victims were Chechen mujahedeen.