Invaders have announced that they identified the personalities of Mujahideen killed near the village of Utamysh of Kayakent district of Province of Dagestan. According to the Russian aggressors, Mujahideen got into an ambush, because of a tip from an informer.
The names of the martyrs (Insha'Allah) are as follows: Islam Magomedov, born in 1984, Arsen Magomedov and 22-year-old Magomedsaid Mamatov from Utamysh, 27-year-old Amin Ibiyev from Kayakent, 25-year-old Isa Dalgatov, and 35-year-old Shamil Akhmedov from Izberbash.
The Seventh martyr (Insha'Allah) is William Plotnikov, 23-year-old boxer born in the Tyumen city of Megion, a Canadian citizen since 2008.
Russian sources report:
- In 2009 William went to the largest vocational college in Canada Seneca. He began boxing training under Boris Gitman, famous coach, a native of the former Soviet Union.
Russian invaders, including journalists, do not hide the surprise and wonder - "How he got into the ranks of militants in the North Caucasus?"
Dagestani minions and the local gang of the FSB issued a duty version that William Plotnikov throw away a career as a professional boxer and bartered luxury life in Canada to the forest in Dagestan ... for money!
Another no less extravagant assumption discussed in the Russian press is as follows - "tough guy just missed extreme in his well-fed life abroad. In fact, judging by the photos on social networks, William was not in need of anything, simply could afford luxury cars and a luxurious vacation on the beach".
However, to all these explanations unlikely would anyone in their sober and right mind, would believe, so to explain everything was thrown the latest version: Russian Muslim William Plotnikov went to Jihad ... because of fanaticism.
"Religious fanaticism" but not beliefs and faith are, according to the invaders, the motive of those who did not fit the propaganda cliches about "drug addicts", "losers", "lovers of money", "spies, saboteurs", or simply "bandits".
May Allah reward all the brothers, who sincerely believed in the promise of their Creator, with gardens of Firdaws, and exchange this transitory world to the eternal Paradise.
By Omar Gergebilsky
Department of Letters