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Special operation of Mujahideen in Dagestan

Last update: 8 August 2006, 16:14
Publication time: 8 August 2006, 10:17

This morning (August 8) Mujahideen in the Russian-occupied Caucasian Muslim state of Dagestan attacked in a landmine explosion a motorcade and eliminated a puppet "public prosecutor" of  Dagestani town Buinaksk, a certain Bitarov. The invaders' media gave no details about other killed and wounded in the blast.

Approximately an hour after their successful operation in Buinaksk, the Mujahideen ambushed a motorcade of another Russian puppet, Adilgerei Magomedtagirov, the head of the terrorist gang "Dagestani Interior Ministry".

 

The Mujahideen first blew up the motorcade and then attacked it with small firearms near township Talgi, not far from the Dagestani capital of Shamilkala (former Makhachkala). Two landmines were blown up.

 

The Russian invaders' media filed contradictory reports about casualties, varying the number of wounded munafiqs (apostates) between 1 and 3. Later puppet sources reported 2 his bodyguards dead and one and seriously injured.

Magomedtagirov saved his life thanks to his armored car. He was only shellshocked.

 

According to unofficial information, "the "minister" has not been hurt, as the armour of his official car of foreign make protected him." The area of the incident was cordoned off.

The explosive force was so powerful that the roadbed and a bridge were damaged in the radius of 50 meters. In addition, a support vehicle of the "minister" was literally riddled with bullets and another one fell  into a crater, formed as a result of the explosion.

The Russians also reported a firefight after the attack and a retreat of the Mujahideen fighters. The invaders and their proxies moved troops to the township, reinforcing them with armored military vehicles. According to latest reports, gun shots and blasts are heard there.

 

According to local puppet sources, the "minister" Magomedtagirov refused to go to Buinaksk and was returning  to Shamilkala when he was attacked. He got suspicious that the Mujahideen attacked the "public prosecutor" to lure him (the "minister") out of the capital to kill him as he travelled to Buinaksk.

 

Meanwhile, Reuters reported from Shamilkala:

 

Mujahideen in Russian-occupied Dagestan blew up a local puppet prosecutor on Tuesday and then ambushed the regional puppet police chief as he rushed to the scene, puppet police said.

 

The puppet police chief escaped the ambush but two puppet police officers accompanying him died of their injuries, received in the gunfight , said a source at the hospital where they were taken.

 

Bitar Bitarov, puppet "prosecutor of the town of Buinaksk", died in hospital after a roadside bomb exploded as he was driven to "work", a puppet police duty officer said.

 

Mujahideen opened fired on the cortege of Dagestan\'s puppet "interior minister", Adilgerei Magomedtagirov, when he approached the spot of the first attack less than an hour later.

 

Executions and bomb blasts are common in Muslim Dagestan, a mainly Muslim state. An anti-Moscow Islamic Jihad has spread into Dagestan from neighbouring Chechnya.

 

The executed puppet prosecutor\'s driver and bodyguard were being treated in hospital for injuries sustained in the first attack, said Russian proxies.

 

After the second attack, puppet "Interior Ministry" troops and heavy armour were sent to the scene. Russian television showed the troops in woodland searching for Mujahideen. 

 

Kavkaz Center

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