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7 people killed in Dagestan capital. Among them husband, wife and a passer-by

Publication time: 29 December 2012, 13:04

Sources of Russian aggressors report that 7 people have been were killed in Shamilkala (former Makhachkala), the capital of the CE province of Dagestan. According to Russian invaders, all those killed were the Mujahideen.

 

Meanwhile, sources in Dagestan report that at least three of them were civilians.

 

Thus, a young man, who argued with police minions in the cordon, was also killed. Disputes turned into a fight. Minions shot the young man dead, and said he was an "accomplice of the militants" who was trying to "break through to the besieged persons" with a traumatic pistol.

 

Also, among those killed were a husband and his wife whose apartment was allegedly rented by the Mujahideen. They also were proclaimed "militants".

 

Russian invaders announced that among four young men killed in the high-rise building, was Emir of Rabbanikala (Kizilyurt) sector of the Dagestan Front.

 

The Russians also claim that the Mujahideen allegedly took a child as a hostage, who was later successfully "freed" by them. It is really strange that the Russian didn't say that the child had been also a Mujahideen accomplice.

 

It needs to be said that the KC has no details on what really happened in the Shamilkala bloodshed.

 

Meanwhile, a house, that had been surrounded by the Russian murderers turned out to be empty.

 

Minions reported that they expected to find at least 5 Mujahideen in the house, but there were none there.

 

It is to be recalled that earlier, we received information that the Russians and their minions surrounded a house in which there was just a single woman, and she was not allowed to leave till morning. The Russians demanded from her to give up "militants" she was allegedly hiding.

 

Department of Monitoring

Kavkaz Center



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