A Different Approach to Adyghe khabze / مقاربة مختلفة للأديغه خابزه

مقاربة مختلفة للأديغه خابزه

A Different Approach to Adyghe khabze
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Russians Don’t Like to Talk about Circassian Deportation Perhaps Because of Implications, Pryanikov Says

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Russians Don’t Like to Talk about Circassian Deportation Perhaps Because of Implications, Pryanikov Says

Paul Goble

            Staunton, August 29 – Two days ago, a Moscow radio station carried a rare broadcast on the deportation of the Circassians from Russia in 1864, an action that affected up to 95 percent of all Circassians in the North Caucasus then newly conquered by Russian forces, Pavel Pryanikov reports. Read more

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Вчера на радио “Комсомольская правда” рассказывал о депортации черкесского народа в 1850-60- годы / Yesterday on the radio “Komsomolskaya Pravda” I talked about the deportation of the Circassian people in the 1850s and 1960s

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Вчера на радио “Комсомольская правда” рассказывал о депортации черкесского народа в 1850-60- годы. 
Yesterday on the radio “Komsomolskaya Pravda” I talked about the deportation of the Circassian people in the 1850s and 1960s. 

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Moscow Works Hard to Block Syrian Circassians from Returning to Their Homeland and to Russify Those Who Do

Saturday, August 25, 2018

Moscow Works Hard to Block Syrian Circassians from Returning to Their Homeland and to Russify Those Who Do

Paul Goble

Staunton, August 25 – The official position of the Russian government is that the Syrian authorities are the proper defenders of the ethnic Circassians who live in that Middle Eastern country and that Moscow is not interested in their immigration or “repatriation” to the North Caucasus which members of this ethnic group view as their ancestral homeland. Read more

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Sochi 2018 FIFA World Cup — Humanity and Justice are Among Top Losers

Sochi 2018 FIFA World Cup — Humanity and Justice are Among Top Losers

By: Adel Bashqawi

28 June, 2018

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Intellectual Invasion Proxies

Intellectual Invasion Proxies

 

By: Adel Bashqawi

22 June, 2018 Read more

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Circassians Remember the Past But Mobilize for the Future

Circassians Remember the Past But Mobilize for the Future

May 21 memorial ceremony, Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria (Source: circassianworld.com)

May 21 memorial ceremony, Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria (Source: circassianworld.com)

This year as every year for more than a century, the nearly 500,000 Circassians in their North Caucasus homeland and the more than five million Circassians in the diaspora paused, on May 21, to remember the losses they suffered during their 101-year-long resistance to Russian imperial expansion and their forcible expulsion from their homeland in 1864. Indeed, according to Zaurbek Kozhev of the Kabardino-Balkar Institute of Humanitarian Research, this memorial day is “an inalienable part of contemporary Circassian identity” and thus the basis for the mobilization of the community to pursue its collective goals, a point other speakers at memorial meetings made as well (Kavkazsky Uzel, May 23). Read more

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