Circassians Only One of Many Muslim ‘Compatriot’ Communities Moscow Doesn’t Want to Return

Monday, June 17, 2019

Circassians Only One of Many Muslim ‘Compatriot’ Communities Moscow Doesn’t Want to Return

Paul Goble

            Staunton, June 16 – Russian law specifies that those living abroad whose ancestors came from the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union or the Russian Federation, the so-called “compatriots,”  have the right of return and are to get Russian citizenship on an expedited basis, but in fact, the Putin regime wants only the Slavic, the young and the well-educated.

            For those who aren’t in those categories, who aren’t Slavic and Russian speaking, who aren’t young, and who aren’t well-educated and thus capable of making a contribution to the Russian economy, Moscow is anything but welcoming, human rights activists like Svetlana Gannushkina of Civic Support say (idelreal.org/a/29928574.html). Read more

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500 Russian Police have Been Charged Over Last Five Years for Falsifying Drug Arrests

Monday, June 17, 2019

500 Russian Police have Been Charged Over Last Five Years for Falsifying Drug Arrests

Paul Goble

Staunton, June 16 – The Golunov case has highlighted a longtime problem with the Russian and earlier the Soviet criminal justice system: the widespread planting of drugs on opponents of the regime in order to charge them with possession or distribution of illegal substances rather than their real “crime,” dissent. Read more

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Коротко о событиях в черкесском мире за неделю, тематические обзоры, авторские 19 June, 2019 колонки, экспертные статьи /

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Коротко о событиях в черкесском мире за неделю, тематические обзоры, авторские 19 June, 2019

Требуем немедленно освободить Мартин Кочесоко! Read more

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Orhan Barsik: History Repeats Itself with Martin Kochesoko

The following is English translation of the article that was published on the Circassian Cultural Center Website:

Orhan Barsik: History Repeats Itself with Martin Kochesoko

17 July, 2019


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Orhan Bersiequ, a Ubykh Circassian patriot and activist who returned to his homeland from the Circassian diaspora in Jordan. Regrettably, his joy of returning to the place where his ancestors were deported from has not complete due to the policy of discouraging repatriation.

He was a member of free Circassian youth who was making videos about the Caucasus and motivating Circassians to go back to their homeland. Orhan is a highly educated patriot who lived in Nalchik, the capital city of the Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria for 9 years.

One day, when he was living in Nalchik, he was leaving his home to the supermarket, but suddenly he was stopped and caught by agents of the Russian law enforcement agencies. A person by the name of Timor Midov, who works for the Federal Drug Control Service of the Russian Federation submitted a report stating that he found drugs on Orhan. Other reports were included, as two Federal Security Services (FSB) agents, who are Ahmad Khawaj and Abdulrazak Naghwai, wrote and submitted reports about Orhan’s patriotic activities in Kabardino-Balkaria and translated his Arabic language articles to Russian in order to present to the FSB. Read more

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Martin Kochesoko: A Circassian Hero

Martin Kochesoko: A Circassian Hero

By: Adel Bashqawi

14 June 2019

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Freedom for Martin Kochesoko! Обращение международной общественности

Freedom for Martin Kochesoko! Обращение международной общественности

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Черкесский пленник

Черкесский пленник

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