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Two Muslims abducted by Russian invaders in Caucasus Emirate

Publication time: 26 December 2012, 12:51

Local sources reported that two civilian Muslims were abducted in the Russian-occupied Caucasus Emirate.

On December 24, Russian soldiers and their puppets carried out a joint operation at a checkpoint at a highway near an exit for the village of Gekhi in Urus-Martan district in Chechnya. A Muslim from the village of Salazhi, born in 1986, was abducted. The hostage was accused of providing food to the CE Mujahideen.

The same day, Russian soldiers with puppets conducted another joint operation in Chechnya's Sunzha district. A Muslim from Jokhar, born in 1985, was abducted. The hostage was also accused of providing food to the Mujahideen back in September 2012.

The fate and whereabouts of the hostages are unknown.

Kavkaz Center + WaYNaKH Online



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