Kadyrov responded to Bastrykin’s statements about Islamist terrorists 17:11

Kadyrov responded to Bastrykin’s statements about Islamist terrorists 17:11

Chechnya President Ramzan Kadyrov responded to the statements of the head of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation regarding Islamist terrorists. It was reported telegram channel regional presidents.

According to Kadyrov, Bastrykin needs to be extremely careful in making such statements because Muslims have not committed and are not committing terrorist acts.

The leader of Chechnya also expressed hope that the head of the TFR will no longer compare Islam with terrorism.

Bastrykin was previously at the International Youth Law Forum in St. Petersburg supported Proposal to ban the veil in Russia.

He emphasized that he agreed that “all of this, which means veiled religious clothing, should be banned immediately.”

Bastrykin reminded that the recent attacks on religious sites in Makhachkala and Derbent, as well as on the pre-trial detention center in Rostov-on-Don, were carried out by Islamists.

The day before it became known that he was one of the participants in the terrorist attack in Dagestan was with him veil It is possible that the terrorist planned to use the veil to escape the scene.

Earlier in Uzbekistan, a man arrested He was fined for wearing a veil and women’s clothing.

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Source: Gazeta


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