كفكاز سنتر: الكفار يجدون آثارا للمجاهدين في جبال أيديغيا

الكفار يجدون آثارا للمجاهدين في جبال أيديغيا


فترة الاصدار: 28 يناير 2009, 18:03


خلال الهجمات الإعلامية ضد جورجيا, إعترفت موسكو فجأة بأنه “تم العثور على آثار للمجاهدين” في جبال أيديغيا.

حيث أعلن ألكسندر باغدانوف, ممثل “إدارة الشؤن الداخلية لكراسنودار” بأن “المسلحين يهربون منا إلى إقليم جروجيا, حيث يستريحون و يتقوون”.

كما أشار باغدانوف كذلك للتحقيق حول قضايا إطلاق النار على الشرطة في نقطة تفتيش في كراسنودار في أكتوبر 2008م, حيث قتل شرطي و جرح ثلاثة آخرون.

و الكفار متأكدون بأن عسكر سيتوف, “أحد زعماء المسلحين”, “الذي تدرب في معسكرات في داغستان” و لديه روابط “مع الحركة الوهابية السرية في شمال القوقاز”.

حيث أعلن ممثل عصابة وزارة الداخلية “تخرج سيتوف من معسكرات في إقليم داغستان و جاء إلى إقليم كراسنودار لإنشاء إحدى خلايا الحركة الوهابية السرية”.

و قال باغدانوف “بادرت وزارة الداخلية في إقليم كراسنودار بتنفيذ عملية عسكرية في الجبال. و تم الكشف عن أسلحة, و الذخيرة, و الطعام”.

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Caucasus Times: Members Of The Agrarian Party Are Picketing Government Building

rom: MSN NicknameEagle_wng  (Original Message)    Sent: 3/4/2006 3:00 AM
Members of the Agrarian Party are picketing government building in the Adygean capital Maikop
ADYGEA, 3 March, Caucasus Times. Press secretary of the election headquorter of the Russian Agrarian Party in Adygea Svetlana Vovchenko told that hundreds of people are taking part in picketing the building of the Adygean government in the republican capital Maikop.

In her words, picketing was organized by the regional branch of the Agrarian Party of Russia. More than one thousand people including the members of the Communist Party, Russian Industrial Party and “Rodina” Party took part in this protest action.

Svetlana Vovchenko indicated that the main reason for picketing was decision made by the Supreme Court of Adygea on 27 February this year to cancel registration of the list of the Russian Agrarian Party candidates for the upcoming republican parliamentary elections. List of candidates included 33 names.

In the meantime, republican Interior Ministry estimated the number of the participants of the protest action at around 300. Picketing was allowed by the local authorities. No violations of legal regulations have been reported. Elections to the parliament of Adygea are scheduled for 12 March.
Aslan Shazzo, Maikop, Caucasus Times
http://www.caucasustimes.com/article.asp?id=7828

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الاديغية قد تدخل دائرة السلاح

 


 


الاديغية قد تدخل دائرة السلاح


   وفقاً لوكالة “كفكاز سنتر” إعترفت موسكو فجأة بأنه “تم العثور على آثار  للمجاهدين” في جبال الاديغية، حيث أعلن ألكسندر باغدانوف, ممثل “إدارة الشؤن  الداخلية لكراسنودار” بأن “المسلحين يهربون منا إلى إقليم جروجيا, حيث يستريحون و  يتقوون   ، كما أشار باغدانوف كذلك للتحقيق حول قضايا إطلاق النار على الشرطة  في نقطة تفتيش في كراسنودار في أكتوبر 2008م, حيث قتل شرطي و جرح ثلاثة  آخرون   ، الاجهزة الامنية متأكدون بأن عسكر سيتوف, “أحد زعماء المسلحين”, “الذي تدرب  في معسكرات في داغستان” و لديه روابط “مع الحركة الوهابية السرية في شمال  القوقاز، حيث أعلن الناطق باسم وزارة الداخلية “تخرج سيتوف من معسكرات في  إقليم داغستان و جاء إلى إقليم كراسنودار لإنشاء إحدى خلايا الحركة الوهابية  السرية “.و قال باغدانوف “بادرت وزارة الداخلية في إقليم كراسنودار بتنفيذ  عملية عسكرية في الجبال. و تم الكشف عن أسلحة، و الذخيرة، و الطعام “.


   هذه المعلومات ارتبطت بمقال نشر سابقاً في صحيفة North Caucasus Weekly في عددها رقم الاول  الصادر بتاريخ التاسع من شهر كانون الثاني لعام 2009 تحت عنواننظرة الى نشاطات حركات التمرد في شمال القفقاس لعام 2008″ بقلم ميربيك فاتشاجايف ، حيث جاء فيها “النتيجة الوحيدة المميزة كانت ظهور ما يمكن تسميته ب”جماعة الاديغية/الشركس” الى الوجود خلال جولته التفقدية فى منطقة شمال القوقاز في عام 2006 ، شاميل باسايف عقد اجتماع موسع لقادة الجماعة ، وأنه من بين الأمراء الحاضرين من مختلف “الجماعات” كان أمير الجماعة من الاديغية/Adygea.


   وتجدر الإشارة ان محللين من مؤسسة جيمس تاون كان قد توقعوا إنشاء هذه الجماعة لأول مرة في المؤتمر الذي انعقد بتاريخ 21 مايو 2007 في واشنطن بمناسبة يوم الحداد الشركسي(الذكرى 143 لانتهاء الحروب الروسية-الشركسية).


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Muslim opposition problem farmed out to law enforcement agencies – Dorogova

From: Eagle_wng
CAUCASIAN KNOT / NEWS

27/1/2006
Muslim opposition problem farmed out to law enforcement agencies – Dorogova

Larissa Dorogova has been a member of the Kabardino-Balkar Bar since 1980. She represents the Muslim oppositional in Kabardino-Balkaria and the mothers and widows of those killed on 13 October.

Larissa Dorogova is Muslim and she wears a hijab. In 2002, she performed hajj.

Before the 13 October 2005 events in Nalchik, Larissa Dorogova had also defended Muslims and applied to various jurisdictions with statements of their groundless persecution. In particular, in behalf of 400 Muslims she had prepared an application to the government for permission to emigrate from Russia.

Later, together with lawyers Irina Komisarova and Inna Golitsyna, she was removed from defence of those detained on suspicion of attacking law enforcement and security agencies in the republic, as ordered by the investigation. The lawyers appealed this decision in a court of law, but the court sustained it.

Larissa Dorogova agreed to answer several questions in an interview for Caucasian Knot.

Caucasian Knot: How can you describe the situation in Kabardino-Balkaria presently?

Larissa Dorogova: To my mind, the situation remains strained. The information verbalised at a recent meeting of the Board of Kabardino-Balkaria’s Internal Affairs Ministry seems to prove that. I mean the intention of law enforcement agencies to continue to use repressive mechanisms for solving the Muslim problem. I believe the situation is being deliberately escalated when statements are made about preparations for terrorist acts against civilians and this is linked to Islam.

CK: Do you think there is no such threat?

L.D.: I think that as long as there are forces willing to destabilise the situation in the North Caucasus, there is always such a threat. And it is quite another matter that measures should be taken not to provide such a ground inside, which means that dialogue should be established with Muslims in Kabardino-Balkaria and the problem of oppositional jamaats (societies — Caucasian Knot) should be solved in a political way, by means of constructive dialogue, not with fire and sword. After all, these are live people, they have families, children. Why, they are our people!

So far, the problem has been farmed out to law enforcement and security agencies and they have only one method — brute force.

In the opinion of the Muslims whom I represent, the reason for what happened on 13 October is that for a long time they had been subject to groundless persecution, physical and moral humiliation, and sophisticated and cynical torture in a form which not every man, less so a highlander, can speak about out loud.

Unfortunately, nothing has improved in the attitude towards Muslims in the republic in spite of the tragedy that happened.

No one wants to undertake problem solution. Muslims and the Internal Affairs Ministry continue to face each other like two enemies.

CK: What about giving out the killed men’s bodies?

L.D.: Relatives of those killed have applied to all possible jurisdictions with a request of giving out the bodies for burial, but it appears that no one hears or wants to hear them. The formal answers addressed to the relatives read that the issue of giving out the bodies will be decided on when the investigation is over and the involvement of each of them is established.

As a lawyer, I understand that there is a law on terrorism, but, firstly, the article about not giving out terrorists’ bodies contradicts the nation’s Constitution and, secondly, is it really worthwhile appealing to this law which I believe needs more consideration when stability and peace in the republic are much more important? After all, laws are violated here, there and everywhere when the government wants that.

CK: What are the relatives of the killed men and you as a lawyer going to do in the future?

L.D.: The relatives of the killed men have lost confidence in everything. They do not believe that they can prove anything. They are also subject to repressions. Here is one fact, for example. The children of the killed Muslims have been denied survivors pensions. I would like to ask: what is there to blame on the children? And how should they live?

Considering all this, a group of relatives have decided to leave the country and emigrate to any part of the world where personal and human rights and liberties are respected at least a little bit and where they will be received. This is a very sad fact, but they see no other way out. They understand that their children and grandchildren will never be full citizens. I support them in this decision and I will help them in putting this plan into practice as much as I can.

http://eng.kavkaz.memo.ru/newstext/engnews/id/929100.html

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Window On Eurasia: Kyrgyz Ambassador Meets Russian Neo-Nazis To Try To Defend His People

Saturday, January 31, 2009


Window on Eurasia: Kyrgyz Ambassador Meets Russian Neo-Nazis to Try to Defend His People



Paul Goble

Vienna, January 31 – The Kyrgyz ambassador in Moscow has met with the leader of the neo-Nazi Slavic Union in the hopes of deflecting that group’s violent anti-immigrant actions away from Kyrgyz nationals working in Russia, an action that highlights the deteriorating situation in Russia and one that two leading human rights groups have now denounced.
Raimkul Attakurov, Bishkek’s senior diplomat in the Russian capital, announced on his own website that he “had met with Dmitry Dyomushkin, the leader of the Slavic Union [which describes itself as] the National Patriotic Movement of Russia” and which refers to itself by its Russian initials, the “SS” (delo.ktnet.kg/2009/03/07.shtml).
The ambassador said that he and the man most Russian media have identified as a neo-Nazi had agreed on “the need to establish a constructive dialogue on the basis of mutual respect” in the course of a meeting which the Kyrgyz diplomat said “had taken place in a warm and friendly atmosphere.”
Attakurov told Kyrgyz journalists that he had sought the meeting because “as they should remember, there had been a large number of cruel attacks on citizens of Asian appearance, including our own citizens, in the Russian capital and Moscow oblast at the beginning of last year.”
At that time, he continued, his embassy had sent a note to the Russian foreign ministry and appeared to the Russian parliament, the Federal Migration Service, the procuracy, the interior ministry, and to Russia’s human rights ombudsman. Despite that, some attacks have taken place since, and thus, Attakurov said, he had decided to seek “unconventional solutions.”
The ambassador said that at their meetings Dyomushkin had behaved “absolutely correctly.” The latter arrived on time and demonstrated that he was “a very well-educated” man, who now “lectures at one of the universities of Moscow.” Attakurov said that they had discussed the possibility of the Kyrgyz diplomat giving a lecture on tolerance in Kyrgyzstan.
Among the issues they discussed – and Attakurov said that he was not in a position to talk about all of them – was the treatment of Kyrgyz citizens in Russia at the hands of skinheads and radical nationalist groups. Dyomushkin, the ambassador said, was “very well informed” about these attacks.
Indeed, the SS leader said he was “often invited to meet with officials in the Moscow city government and the force structures to discuss [such] crimes,” adding that “his people are not involved in any way with them.” Dyomushkin added that “these are not our methods,” but rather those of less well-organized and disciplined groups.
The neo-Nazi told the Kyrgyz diplomat that after their first meeting in December for which he was criticized by other radical nationalists he had “given the order to his subordinates in 64 regions of the Russian Federation to treat citizens of Kyrgyzstan in a loyal fashion.” While Attakurov said it was “still early” to talk about results, he planned to continue these meetings.
But yesterday, two leading Russian human rights organizations, Memorial and the SOVA Center, put out a joint appeal urging that the ambassador should cease and desist and that neither he nor anyone else should conduct negotiations with or seek the assistance of neo-Nazis like Dyomushkin (xeno.sova-center.ru/6BA2468/6BB41EE/C6ABFC8).
“The SS methodically advocates racism and violence,” the appeal says, and the organization’s website “published a congratulatory telegram” to the man who organized the killing of 14 people at the Cherkizov market in Moscow, as well as taking part in other “racist murders and beatings.”
“We strongly condemn such flirting with neo-Nazis,” the appeal continues, because “we are convinced that neither the authorities nor representatives of NGOs can cooperate with those who advocate racism but approve of violence as a form of political action.”And it said, that it was especially troubling that an ambassador should speak with them.
That is because such contacts “lead only to the legitimization of neo-Nazi leaders in the eyes of society.” And consequently, the appeal ended with a call to the Russian authorities to “undertake measures to protect both Russian and foreign citizens from hate crimes so that no one will feel the need to talk with aggressive racists.”
Unfortunately, the Russian government has not been able or in some cases perhaps willing to do so, a truly disturbing development that helps to explain but certainly does not justify the kind of “flirting with neo-Nazis” that the ambassador of a sovereign country felt he had to undertake to defend its citizens in Russia.





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Kavkaz Center: The Lot Of Refugees Is Unenviable

From: MSN NicknameEagle_wng  (Original Message)    Sent: 3/14/2006 5:12 AM

The lot of refugees is unenviable

If we had thousands of dollars to the man, – say Chechen refugees in Moscow and in other cities of Russia and North Caucasus, we would design passport, purchased visa and left into Europe.

If we have several thousand rubles, we would leave from this camp and tried to find work to any city of Russia, speak in Ingushetia the people tired from the idleness.

If I had 20 rubles, – says on the threshold of the ruins of his house the inhabitant of mountain village in Chechnya before the video camera of human rights activists from the group of Victor Popkov, killed in 2001, I would leave into Ingushetia, into the camp for the refugees. Owner recently buried his killed close ones directly near their destroyed house. He with the family not of day would remain in the village, if it would be something into that dress children, on what to leave, and a little money – on 10 rubles to the man in order to pass block signal posts.

That escaped from Chechnya it was necessary to design only for its forces and to the relatives, who helped with the dwelling and fed as much time, as they could. After being held several years, after wasting its completely resources and possibilities of relatives and friends, after losing even the quite unprestige work (many on several times), after being dissuaded in the hope of obtaining although any aid, some Chechen families return to the native smouldering ruins.

They make this, knowing well position there, understanding that they risk by the life of their children.

Numerous such those deciding, again (already second time) they leave conversely, after being missed someone from the members of family or after obtaining heavy injuries.

In Chechnya young men occur on the suspicion as the possible soldiers of armed forces of CHRI or the volunteers. FSB kadirovs bands force some of them to join their ranks under the threat of violence or violence above the relatives and the close ones. Simply they steal and kill many.

In recent years not smaller danger threatens women. Furthermore, detention and theft of women (and generally relatives) is used as the method to make necessary to be returned the Chechen mujahadeen, which consist of the relationship with those stolen. Recently was stolen the 72- years old father of the Vice President of CHRI Dock Umarov, which they already stole together with the daughter-in-law and the breast children.

The lot of the innocent civilians of Chechnya and refugees is unenviable. Since the beginning of the renewal of the military aggression during September 1999, Russian troops made all, in order not to let out people from Chechnya. The authorities of adjacent republics obtained the order of Moscow to reject to the escaping from Chechnya inhabitants the shelter in their territory.

The columns of inhabitants of many kilometers were collected on the departure from Chechnya, but they did not give them to traverse block signal posts. In the morning on 29 October of 1999, one of such columns was subjected to the severe bombardment, which led to the loss and injury of hundreds of women, children, patients, invalids, old men.

The crimes of the Russian military in Chechnya and on north of the Caucasus continue. Violence and monstrous cruelty from the side of occupiers, special services and local marionettes continues. Continues the resistance, which enlarges its boundary with each day. Last events in Dagestan and in the Stavropoulos territory clearly indicate that in front the Caucasus await the fierce fightings.

Ruslan Sangireyev, The North Caucasus,

Kavkaz Center
2006-03-14 14:04:45

http://www.kavkazcenter.com/eng/content/2006/03/14/4518.shtml

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Window On Eurasia: Islamic Challenge In Russia Increasingly Resembles The One In Europe, Moscow Scholar Says

Sunday, February 1, 2009


 

Window on Eurasia: Islamic Challenge in Russia Increasingly Resembles the One in Europe, Moscow Scholar Says



Paul Goble

Vienna, February 1 – When Muslims rioted in French cities, Russian officials comforted themselves with the observation that such things could not happen in their country because Russian Islam is different. But now a leading Moscow specialist on Islam argues that this self-confident assumption may no longer be entirely justified.
Aleksandr Ignatenko, the president of the Moscow Institute of Religion and Politics and a member of the Russian president’s Council on Ties with Religious Organizations, says that the situation with regard to Islam inside Russia increasingly resembles that of the communities of the faithful in European countries (russianews.ru/newspaper/21160/21227/).
And he implies in the course of this interview which was posted online at the end of last week that Russians are likely to respond as Europeans have, not only restricting immigration and tightening government control over Muslim organizations of all kinds but also becoming more self-conscious of their own national, religious and cultural identities.
Asked whether what is taking place in Europe now represents a kind of Crusade in reverse, an effort by Muslims to do to Christians what Christians once tried to do to them, Ignatenko said he would prefer describe what is taking place as “the Muslim mastering [“osvoyenie”] of Europe.”
That process consists of three distinct “flows,” the Moscow expert says. The first of these – and it is “the most obvious” — involved “the demographic expansion of the Islamic world into Europe,” the increasing number of “Muslim immigrants and naturalized Muslims in the populations of various European countries.”
The second is “the political and military-political expansion of the countries of the Near and Middle East into Europe.” These countries use their diasporas to put pressure on European countries to advance their own interests and that of the Muslim world. And some of them may provide bases for those who conduct terrorist attacks in Europe and elsewhere.
“As a rule,” Ignatenko continues, “the terrorists from among Muslims living in Europe achieve geopolitical tasks which are set in the capitals of Arab and other Islamic capitals. The reaction of European regimes to such attacks is increasingly presented as “the persecution of Muslims,” which “in its turn leads to the radicalization of part of European Muslims.”
And the third “flow of the Islamic ‘mastering’ of Europe consists of religious expansion,” both by means of direct missionary work and conversion where that works and by forcible jihadist tactics, including violence, where such softer and more peaceful means for the spread of Islam do not.
“Paradoxically” however, the Moscow scholar, the increasing role that Islam plays on the continent is “leading to a growth of European self-consciousness and to a clarification of just what Europe is in a cultural and even civilizational sense,” something that informs but may prove more important than the direct restrictions on Muslims some governments there have imposed.
The situation with regard to Muslims in Russia is different, Ignatenko says, but not as different as it was only a few years ago. Islam is “one of the traditional religions of Russia and as such it does not and cannot represent” the kind of danger it represents for the countries of Europe.
But there is now a problem with Muslims in Russia that has parallels with the challenges they pose in Europe. “A religious expansion from foreign Islamic centers – Saudi Arabia, Iran, and other countries like Libya, Pakistan, Egypt, and Turkey, each of which has its own form of Islam, is taking place among Russian Muslims,” Ignatenko says.
And that is leading to “a collision” between the values of “traditional” Islam in Russia and the imported variants. Ignatenko cites with approval the words of Valiulla Yakupov, a Muslim leader in Kazan, who said “For Arab nomads, perhaps, Wahhabism is a good thing, but for Europeans and the Tatars consider themselves Europeans it is completely unacceptable.”
Ignatenko points out that this “religious expansion” inside Russia is “combined with political and military-political” expansion in the southern part of the country. And although he does not refer to it here, these expansions are being reinforced by a demographic one powered by higher growth rates among Muslims within Russia and the influx of Muslim labor from abroad.
Opposing this, the presidential advisor says, is “a vital necessity” for Russia, and he urges more support for “traditional Russian Islam.” But if he is right about the situation in Europe and the increasing convergence with it of the situation in Russia, such support may slow but will not stop the Islamic “mastery” of Russia or a nationalist reaction among non-Muslims there.

 






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