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Chechnya
02-09-2006, 06:50 PM
Just some of the Kafir crimes against Muslim men ,women and children in the concentration camp at Chernkozovo in Chechnya:


Kavkaz-Tsentr reports:

More reports about mass atrocities and sadistic torture in the Russian concentration camp of Chernokozovo are being received. Prisoners, having miraculously escaped from the concentration camp, report things no ordinary human brain can imagine. The guards, having lost all human nature, are committing satanic ritual murders of the prisoners. Ibragim Vakhayev from Urus-Martan, an eye-witness to the bestial crimes of the Kremlin regime, reports that raping of victims tortured to death is a common and regular practice in Chernokozovo.

The rape of the corpses is practiced in full view of other prisoners. The guards wear black masks. After these acts of necrophilia the guards announce to the prisoners who the next victim is going to be.


Ibragim Vakhayev confirms that he witnessed the murder of a 10-year- old boy whose name hid doesn't know. The corpse was raped by five guards with black masks, cut to pieces afterwards and put into a plastic sack.
The Prosecutor general of the ChRI has made it known that special inquiries about the mass atrocities in the concentration camp of Chernokozovo are made.

Prisoners report that not less than 200 children, aged between 10 and 15, are kept in the camp and are subjected to maiming and satanic torture. The Russians have cut off the fingers, noses and ears of hundreds of prisoners. Many inmates's feet and hands are cut off - they die several days later.
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Chechnya
02-09-2006, 06:51 PM
Also from the independant newpaper :

Horrifying new evidence is emerging of systematic beatings and rape by Russian soldiers of Chechen civilians and suspected guerrillas who are being held prisoner in what Russia calls"filtration camps" in northern Chechnya.

Ruslan, a 21-year old man from Grozny, the Chechen capital, who does not want to give his family name, is one of the few prisoners to be freed. He has described how girls as young as 13 were raped by masked Russian soldiers.

Still bowed over in pain from being hit with a metal hammer on the back he says: "I thought nothing could be worse than the rubber sticks. Then I realised that the rubber sticks were nothing in comparison to the hammer." When Ruslan was first arrested he was stripped of his clothes and kept in a specially refrigerated room at the camp in Chernkozovo.

He was only released when his mother borrowed money to pay a large bribe. His experiences appear to be typical of the treatment received by those Chechens who have been arrested since a general mopping up operation started in Chechnya in mid-January. General Viktor Kazantsev, the Russian army commander in the north Caucasus, announced that all Chechen males between the ages of 10 and 60 would be considered as suspects.

Ruslan's story confirms the account given in a letter from a Russian soldier serving at Chernokozovo, published by The Independent last week, of merciless beatings and systematic rape of both men and women. Both Ruslan and the soldier say that almost none of the prisoners in the filtration camp have any connection with Chechen guerrillas. Most were arrested at the whim of Russian soldiers at checkpoints or during house-to-house searches. "They are literally being killed here, one just has to hear the cries of robust healthy guys whose bones are being broken," wrote the soldier.

There is growing evidence that the treatment inflicted on the Chechen prisoners by Russian soldiers is equal in brutality to that suffered by Bosnian Muslims in the early Nineties for which some of the perpetrators are now on trial for war crimes.

In an interview with Human Rights Watch in Nazran, the capital of Ingushetia, Ruslan described how he was arrested on 16 January at a checkpoint as he and his family were trying to leave Chechnya.

His mother and sister desperately tried to prevent him from being taken away but were told by the Russian soldiers that they would be shot unless they desisted.

Ruslan was among the first Chechens taken by van to Chernokozovo, an old Soviet prison on the Terek river in north-west Chechnya. He says: We were told by the soldiers 'don't even whisper to each other or we will shoot you'."

As the prisoners left the van they were forced to run between lines of soldiers who beat them with rubber batons. The Russian soldiers, who were always masked, worked in shifts of 12 to carry out the beati
ngs. "I was like a ball between them", says Ruslan. The only Russian whom he saw unmasked was the official investigator. Ruslan said: "He knew I was a fighter."

When Ruslan denied that he knew any fighters he was beaten again. The beatings appear to be aimed at maiming young Chechens, breaking their ribs and fingers and bursting their eardrums. From 6pm to 11pm the prisoners were forced to stand with their arms raised. "He read out a decree that was on his desk." said Ruslan. "It said that 150,000 Chechens have to pass through the filtration camps." The official investigator added that the purpose of the camp was that those who survived would go out of it "crippled for the rest of their lives". Ruslan claims that thesoldiers who were guarding the prisoners were raping the detained women, including girls as young as 13. Confirming the account of the Russian soldier who served in Chernokozovo, Ruslan says the guards also raped the men.

Peter Bruckaert, a spokesman for Human Rights Watch, said the accounts of rape and mistreatment from the first prisoners coming out of the filtration camps are consistent with each other. He adds that there have been massive round-ups of Chechens over the last few weeks. He said Russian TV has shown pictures of young men in Grozny being tossed into the back of trucks like logs of wood.

Ruslan was only released on 5 February because a pro-Russian Chechen arranged for the release of two Russian soldiers held by the Chechen fighters and his mother borrowed money to pay a bribe.

There are signs that the Russian authorities intend to intensify the occupation of Chechnya by increasing the number of filtration camps. The Russian daily Commersant reported yesterday that a prison is to be first building rebuilt by Russia in Grozny. Most of the Chechen capital is in ruins as a result of prolonged bombardment by Russian artillery and aircraft and the prison will be given priority over providing shelter for either the Russian army or civilians.
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mahdisoldier19
02-09-2006, 08:58 PM
Salam Alaikam

Wow... whoever wants to argue with chechnian soldiers after this article. Your truly retarded
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_salam_
02-10-2006, 10:15 AM
Thats sick, I can never imagine how somebody could do such a thing no matter what the circumstances are.

On a side note however, I have a question for brother Chechnya. Brother, you speak of the Chechnians as your people so I'm quessing that that's where you are from, I was just wondering if you live there or have lived there in the past and what that was like?
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afriend
02-10-2006, 10:29 AM
That's just......well........i can't explain the anger i feel inside me at the moment.

So what do we do now?

Is there anythnig we can do?
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Chechnya
02-13-2006, 09:27 PM
Salam bro

Thats sick, I can never imagine how somebody could do such a thing no matter what the circumstances are.

On a side note however, I have a question for brother Chechnya. Brother, you speak of the Chechnians as your people so I'm quessing that that's where you are from, I was just wondering if you live there or have lived there in the past and what that was like?
Bro "_salam_ " , i tried to reply to your PM but apparently cant reply to Pm's untili get over 50 posts. Just letting you know in case you think i was ignoring you!;D

My parents left when i was very young and i was basically bought up here in England. I dont even know our own language well.
I know a few brothers who come and go from there and life is hard.

The capital city , Jokhar has been destroyed. Many villages have been wiped off the map and about 20-25% o the population has been killed.

It is difficult to practice Islam , those that wear full beards or full niqab are in danger of being thrown into one of the prisons.
Russian soldiers regularly rape sisters and even little girls to try to break the morale of the Mujahideen. Rape is a big taboo in Chechnya - its worse than murder - and the Russians know it.

Even the wife of our leader , Abdul-Halim Sadullayev was taken few years ago. She was raped and tortured and then killed.


So what do we do now?

Is there anythnig we can do?

The Mujahideen are doing all they can.
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afriend2
02-13-2006, 09:30 PM
salaam,

aw that truly sickens me. how low can people sink. :( man, this is just terrible!!!

inshAllah justice will be served, as Allah is the Most Just. :)

wassalam
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abdul Majid
02-13-2006, 09:54 PM
salam alakum,


im so angry as you can imagine from hearing this brother.....and you think why isnt MEDIA doing anything about this, astafirallah that me or my brothers are not doing anythign about this !!
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Trumble
02-13-2006, 10:01 PM
That's absolutely terrible if true.

Is it, though? Kavkaz-Tsentr is not an "independent newspaper" but the Chechen "separatist" news agency. It can hardly be considered an unbiased source.

There is no doubt whatsoever that there have been many atrocities committed against the Chechen people in such camps and prisons, but this necrophilia and "satanic torture" stuff does sound just too much like over-the-top propaganda to me. I really hope I'm right.
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abdul Majid
02-13-2006, 10:03 PM
na i wouldnt put it off that easily, if you know about chechnya then you know its not far from the truth at allll
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