بيان بشأن الأحداث المؤسفة بين إنغوشيتا والشيشان

بيان بشأن الأحداث المؤسفة بين إنغوشيتا والشيشان

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Statement on the Unfortunate Events between Ingushetia and Chechnya

Statement on the Unfortunate Events between Ingushetia and Chechnya

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Черкесский общественный лидер выступил в поддержку ингушских активистов, задержанных после митингов

Черкесский общественный лидер выступил в поддержку ингушских активистов, задержанных после митингов 

Апрель 09, 2019

Митинг в Магасе, 26 марта 2019 года

Митинг в Магасе, 26 марта 2019 года

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Research on Circassians and Chechens in Jordan

Research on Circassians and Chechens in Jordan

Rana Dajani, PhD

 

Introduction

Jordan’s population is comprised of three ethnic groups: Arab, Circassian and Chechan.

Arabs are the main inhabitants of Jordan while the two other ethnic groups have immigrated to Jordan 140 years ago. Circassians have migrated from the Cocas region while Chechans from Chechnya. Both Circassians and Chechans in Jordan have managed to maintain their identity and ethnicity during the last 100 years. One of the main ways they have done this has been through endogamous marriages, the use of the original language and the preservation of certain traditions of their respective cultures.

Dr Rana Dajani initiated a project to study these two ethnic groups.  Dr Dajani created a team of researchers from different fields of expertise from Hashemite University, the University of Jordan, The Jordan University of Science and Technology and the Center for Diabetes, Endocrinology. Our collaborator in the US is the Center of Genomics, University of Pennsylvania and Children Hospital of Philadelphia. Read more

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Said-Emin IBRAGIMOV: OPEN LETTER to Mr António Guterres Secretary-General of the United Nations, Chairman of the United Nations Security Council

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23/1 – 23.02. 2019

Said-Emin IBRAGIMOV: OPEN LETTER to Mr António Guterres

Secretary-General of the United Nations,

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For First Time in a Decade, Kadyrov Marks Chechen Deportation Anniversary on February 23

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

For First Time in a Decade, Kadyrov Marks Chechen Deportation Anniversary on February 23

Paul Goble

Staunton, February 26 – Stalin’s deportation of the Chechens and Ingush began on February 23, 1944, a date both peoples hold sacred but one that Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov moved a decade ago to May 10th in order to mollify Moscow which marks that day as Defender of the Fatherland Day and to play down the event by linking it to the anniversary of his father’s death.

But this year, unexpectedly, Kadyrov ordered the anniversary to marked on the correct day – and the day it was marked by the late Chechen President Dzhokhar Dudayev and even Kadyrov’s father, Akhmet Kadyrov, sparking intense discussions as to why he made this move and also why now (caucasustimes.com/ru/kadyrov-napomnil-moskve-o-sebe-i-chechencah/ and kavkazr.com/a/29790243.html). Read more

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Deportation and Return of Vainakh Peoples Continue to Cast a Dark Shadow on the North Caucasus

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Deportation and Return of Vainakh Peoples Continue to Cast a Dark Shadow on the North Caucasus

Paul Goble

Staunton, January 9 – Sixty-two years ago today, Moscow allowed the Chechens and Ingush it had deported to Central Asia 13 years earlier, actions that continue to cast a dark shadow on the two Vainakh nations and their relationship with each other and with Moscow, Mairbek Vachagayev says.  Read more

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