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CE Emir Dokku Abu Usman changes status of Russian population and orders to avoid attacks on civilian targets

Publication time: 3 February 2012, 03:22

Caucasus Emirate's Emir Dokku Abu Usman changed the status of civilian population in Russia and gave order to avoid attacks on civilian targets due to a process of civil protest that began in Russia, and te fact that people no longer accept Putin's policy.
 
This may mean that the citizens of Russia - among other things - no longer support the barbarous methods of war used in the Caucasus Emirate and authorized by Putin and his clique.
 
In this case, the civilian population of Russia stays outside the category of aggressor.
 
This means that the population of Russia has a choice:
 
- Either to support the regime, or to choose another (new or old) one, which will continue the previous policy in the Caucasus and [in this case] to fall again in the category of aggressor with corresponding consequences, or to act resolutely against the policy of murder and terror perpetrated against innocent civilians in the Caucasus.
 
In this case, the civilian population of Russia will protect itself from Mujahideen attacks.
 
This moratorium does not apply to military and political structures of the belligerent state. Likewise, this moratorium does not apply to the belligerent state itself, which will not be safe from attacks of the Mujahideen until a truce.
 
Dokku Abu Usman made a special statement in this regard. The CE Amir promulgated an order binding for all subdivisions of Mujahideen forces, including special-operation groups operating inside Russia.
 
Emir Dokku Abu Usman ordered the Mujahideen to attack selective targets in Russia, law enforcement structures, the military, intelligence services and political leadership of Russia.
 
If, after the promulgation of this order, an attack takes place against civilian targets, then it will be regarded as a provocation from the agonizing KGB regime.

 

 

 

 

Press Service of the Emir of the Caucasus Emirate 

Department of Current Information

Kavkaz Center


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