On April 3 2013, armed bandits from the pro-Russian regime in occupied Chechen lands conducted a punishment operation in the capital of Grozny. During the operation, a local man, born in 1980, was abducted from his house. The hostage is accused of providing food to members of the Chechen National Liberation Movement in February 2012! What a crime! In the Russian dictionary, fighting for your own lands and for freedom is considered as a crime!
However, citizens from Chechnya informed the international community of 26 abducted civilians by Russian occupants in Chechnya month ago. In about one week, people in masks have rushed into houses of the innocent civilians and kidnapped them in the middle of the night without even a word neither form the so-called Human Rights Organisations nor from the United Nations itself.
Chechen people got used to such violations being committed by those Russian Bandits. But that doesn’t mean to remain silent in front of such atrocities.
Russian soldiers keep repeating; “Even Chechen children sworn to kill us. That’s why we are massacring children first.” Logic, no?
I wonder what common people expect from the boy (Photo below) who witnessed the slaughtering of his father and mother then the raping of his 14 years old sister in front of him?! Peace? I don’t think so.
The International Community allows openly such tyranny and atrocities to be committed against Chechen Muslims in order to terrorize them, and then wonders why Chechen Muslims are becoming so angry and yet holding weapons to fight back! Russian leaders have forgotten maybe that “Violence begets more violence”, and as the great man Malcolm X has said; “Sometimes you have to pick the gun up to put the Gun down”. So, please don’t blame Chechens when they fight back asking for their lost justice, dignity and freedom! Freemen never kneel down!
Long Live Chechnya!
Monitoring Human Rights violations committed by the Russian Government.
Mouaaz Al Ajami