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    Extremism and Terrorism in Russia

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    Post  Nibiru on Thu Mar 21, 2019 4:22 pm

    Muslims



    Rape case sparks violent protests and anti-migrant fury in Siberian city

    Angry residents held sporadic rallies and trashed migrant-operated shops in Siberia after a man from Central Asia allegedly raped a local woman. The high-profile case prompted authorities to vow crack down on illegal immigration.

    Over the past few days, residents of Yakutsk in eastern Russia attacked and harassed migrants from Central Asia. They also targeted migrant-owned businesses.

    Young men barged into food booths and demanded that foreigners leave, police said.

    “They came here and threatened us with a gun. They said: ‘Shut everything down and go home. You won’t live here anymore,’” one man told RT.

    There were rumors of some people being hospitalized and even killed but the police denied that such incidents happened. Officers were also deployed to safeguard a mosque after a fired-up crowd held a protest outside its entrance.

    The wave of anti-migrant anger was sparked by a recent case of a local woman abducted and raped. Though a suspect was quickly caught and pleaded guilty, locals became outraged after the media learned that he was a migrant from Kyrgyzstan. This was later confirmed by the governor.

    The news immediately led to sporadic unauthorized rallies by locals who accuse foreigners of “stealing” jobs and committing crimes in the city.

    Authorities later held their own mass rally, where Governor Aysen Nikolayev promised a crackdown on illegal immigration. “We will identify illegals and deport them,” he told the crowd.

    The police meanwhile warned everyone against stoking “ethnic conflicts,” and several people have been detained in connection with vigilante violence.

    Many migrant-operated cafes and shops, nevertheless, remain closed and around 100 buses stayed in their depots because migrant drivers were afraid to show up for work.
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    Post  Hole on Thu Mar 21, 2019 4:48 pm

    Hindus and christians like to rape women too.
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    Post  miketheterrible on Thu Mar 21, 2019 5:00 pm

    Problem is most of these eastern regions of Russia are rather......protective of their own. In other words, they view themselves as more Russian than Moscow. Rightly so I don't blame them they do not want outsiders. While it is true that non Muslims also rape and what not, Muslims tend to be the worst. Out of all terror attacks and or such cases, it tends to aim towards Sunni Islam being behind it. Now is it the religion or the people? Well, Religion wise, they have a very spotty history, about as bad as Christianity while being much younger, which says something in of itself.

    But I agree with the authorities here. They really REALLY need to deal with illegal migrants in Russia everywhere, not just eastern Russia. The illegal migrants may be the worst in the world, with some numbers saying about 10M. In this regard, they need to go. Locals should be protected and culprits need to face punishment for going overboard.
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    Post  PapaDragon on Thu Mar 21, 2019 7:25 pm

    Nibiru wrote:Muslims



    Rape case sparks violent protests and anti-migrant fury in Siberian city
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    This is standard crime, not terrorism

    Should be moved to different tread
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    Post  Hole on Thu Mar 21, 2019 9:08 pm

    While it is true that non Muslims also rape and what not, Muslims tend to be the worst.

    Hindu women would contradict your opinion.
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    Post  PhSt on Wed Apr 03, 2019 1:15 am

    IMO the sentence should have been 91 years  Rolling Eyes



    Former Russian officer sentenced to 19 years for Islamic State ties

    ROSTOV-ON-DON, April 2. /TASS/. The North Caucasus District Military Court in southern Russia’s Rostov-on-Don has sentenced former officer of the Russian Defense Ministry Denis Khisamov to 19 years in a maximum security penal colony for joining the Islamic State terror group (outlawed in Russia).
    The court also ruled to restrict Khisamov’s liberty for another year and strip him of his military rank of a reserve captain. The criminal case against Khisamov was opened into "undergoing training to carry out terrorist activity" and "participation in the activity of a terrorist organization."

    According to the case files, Khisamov confessed to taking part in 10 operations of the IS group in Syria in 2015-2016. In one of these operations to seize the Al-Rai settlement some eight people were killed and another 13 were injured in a blast. He also admitted that he had taken part in massacres, killing four people.

    Khisamov, who retired from military service in 2009, confessed that he underwent training for the IS group’s recruits in Raqqa and joined one of its cells consisting of 300 members. In December 2016, he moved to Turkey where he robbed currency exchange offices to the tune of $230,000. This money was channeled to an IS member for allegedly sponsoring terrorist activity in Syria.

    Police detained Khisamov in Turkey in April 2017. Following riots in a detention center for foreign citizens in August 2017, Khisamov, who was seriously wounded, was deported to Tajikistan and later handed over to Russia.

    In December 2017, Russia’s Suzdal district court sentenced Khisamov to three years and three months in a penal colony for counterfeiting of money. However, the former officer did not serve his sentence then because he was in Syria.


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