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CAUCASUS EMIRATE. 'Militants' killed on March 16 were peaceful Muslims kidnapped and tortured to death

Publication time: 24 March 2012, 22:28

Sources of IslamDin, the official website of the Caucasus Emirate's Province of KBK, reported that three Muslims, whom the Russian invaders and local minions had earlier proclaimed "militants" and executed, had been previously been kidnapped and brutally tortured.

It is to be recalled that on March 16, the Russians claimed that they carried out "special operation", allegedly against the Mujahideen. Then the invaders and minions launched a massive PR company in their media, saying that a whole group of operating Mujahideen has been detained, who had allegedly "planned attacks and killings of police officers". Two explosive devices with clock mechanism, a machine gun and two pistols were shown.

The Russians declared that the martyred Muslims were "involved in terrorist acts and attacks on police officers".

In fact, it turned out, that three peaceful friends were coming back home in their car from the Caucasus Emirate's province of Nogai Steppe. They were stopped at a checkpoint and taken to a local puppet police department where they were subjected to brutal tortures. The occupation police demanded from them to sign a confession.

The friends refused to sign the paper and were subjected to cruel inhuman tortures. This is evidenced by a lot of bruises, abrasions, cuts on their bodies and broken limbs.

A Russian Muslim named Mansur, who had recently embraced Islam, was tortured the most. Perhaps, the very fact that he was converted Russian angered the police brutes.


Among the tortured Muslims were Ruslan Vologirov from Terek region and brother Rashid (a Kabardian). Ruslan was an athlete, a Greco-Roman wrestler. His relatives say that he had no relation to the Mujahideen.

After torturing to death the three friends, the Russians and their minions brought their bodies to a site behind the village Baksanenok, where they staged their notorious "special operation".

The bodies of the Muslims who had been already dead were placed on the road and cynically executed. Then the Russians acted according to their typical scenario. They planted two pistols, a machine gun and two bombs with time mechanism, batteries, and plastic bottles near the bodies. Further details were invented, as usual, by the Russian media.

This story once again clearly demonstrates to the Islamic youth that it is not necessary to be an armed Mujahid for the Russians to kill them.

They could just do their peaceful business, drive cars and relax from time to time in the resorts. They could be "peaceful Muslims" while alive and become "terrorists" after death.

In conclusion, IslamDin writes: "Isn't it better to answer the herald, who has long called for the Jihad in our land? Isn't it better to go with a gun in your hands, elevating the word of Allah, and kill infidels and apostates and martyr in Allah's way when your time comes. The choice is yours!"

 

 

 


Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center



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