According to Russian media, an order has been "issued" by a "Lenin's court" in Russian-occupied Finnic Kotor Osh (Russian invaders call the city Yaroslavl) on July 12, 2012. The order forbids Muslims to read the book by Sheikh Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi about Jihad entitled "Religion of Ibrahim and Call of Prophets and Messengers and Methods of Transgressing Rulers in Dissolving it and Turning the Callers Away from it".
Earlier, the KGB stole copies of this valuable book from a local printing house. The KGB did not like the book.
A member of the "Council for State Religious Expertise at the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation", Mukhtarov, says:
"The author of the book was born in 1958 in Jordan. And while studying at the University of the Iraqi city of Mosul, he met radical Islamists, and then lived in Pakistan and Afghanistan. By this time, he was already a sheikh - that is a prominent theologian, and preached mainly to the Mujahideen. The basis of the teachings of al-Maqdisi is the necessity of Jihad", the KGB reports.
In total, Sheikh has devoted 18 books and over 200 articles to the subject. For preaching Jihad, he spent many years in prison in Jordan.
- As for the book, the author advises his readers to say to authorities:
We renounce your retched laws, methodologies, constitutions and values, your repugnant governments, courts, distinguishing characters and media.
The book confirms that the best way for the faithful to approach God is hatred for those who oppose Allah and His Messenger, and waging Jihad against them, with deed or words", the KGB explains.
According to the KGB Inquisition, the illegitimate "ruling" of the illegitimate "Lenin's court", must "erect a barrier against free dissemination of this book. However, the real problem with the promotion of the views contained in the book is far from being resolved by simply banning it - because the ideas of Sheikh al-Maqdisi has been disseminated on a large huge number of websites created with his blessing , including some websites in Russian.
The latter contain instructions on guerrilla warfare with kuffar/infidels and call for Shahada/martyrdom operations.
"All these websites are located on servers outside the Russian Federation and are freely available for Russian citizens who are using Internet", complains the KGB.
Department of Monitoring