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Russia banns lecture by Sheikh Khalid Yasin

Publication time: 3 November 2012, 01:44

Russian infidels banned a lecture of Sheikh Khalid Yasin "Strangers (Guraba)" within Russian territory, said in a court statement, posted on a Russian website. It is noted that the claim against the Islamic preacher is accepted fully, reports UmmaNews.

 

The decision to ban the Khalid Yasin's lecture "Strangers" has been taken by a "Leninist district court" of the city of Krasnodar (aka Adygea, Caucasus Emirate) back on June 18, but it is argued that the trial was conducted "in an open manner". The ringleader of the court gang was a certain Lonshakov.

 

The statement, which begins with the words "In the name of the Russian Federation", said the prosecutor Grechikhina "in the interests of unspecified persons" demanded to forbid Khalid Yasin's lecture "Strangers", translated into Russian by a HUDAMEDIA.

 

According to her, in December 2011, "Krasnodar" cell of terrorist gang of FSB had captured the copy of the video film, which is distributed in the city by a group of Muslims.

 

"Court" tells us that the KGB sent the disk (or disks) to a special laboratory "to study this video film for extremist content".

 

"The court examined transcript fragment of the film by HUDAMEDIA featuring lectures of Kh.Y.'s "Strangers", which also indicates the possible presence of the extremist materials, wrote the KGB thugs. - In this regard, with respect to the film was made a complex psycho-linguistic study".

 

"In the present text ... there are statements about the initial hostility of other religions to Muslims; about the antagonism, the fundamental incompatibility of the interests of one religious group (of Muslims) against non-Muslims.

 

In the text there are statements that contain positive assessments of violence (i.e. murder) committed in the name of faith, in the love of Allah. In the present text contains statements that contain derogatory negative evaluation of people (unbelievers), based on their relationship to Islam", says the FSB.

 

Infidels came to the conclusion that the lectures of Khalid Yasin "contain statements that cause hatred and dislike for a group of people united on the basis of their relations to the religion".

 

On the demand of the occupation solicitor Grechikhina to prohibit listening, distributing and storing on removable media the lecture Islamic preacher was given a positive answer.

 

"Based on the above, following the Art. 194-199 of the Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation, the court DECIDED:

 

- To satisfy the statement of Attorney of Western Administrative District of the city of Krasnodar, acting in the interests of an indefinite number of people;

 

- To recognize extremist an information material - a DVD disc with a film by HUDAMEDIA company - a lecture by Kh.Y.'s "Strangers";

 

- To prohibit the distribution on the Internet site the "data" of the mentioned extremist material and its production or storage on the territory of the Russian Federation;

 

- To send a copy of an enforceable court decision to the Ministry of Justice, to include into the federal list of extremist materials".




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It is to recalled that in the spring of this year the Russian infidels recognized "illegal" and "extremist" 65 materials about Islam, including such books as:

 

-"Gardens of the Righteous/Riyad us-Saliheen";

-"Imaam an-Nawawi's 40 Hadeeth;

-"Life of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)" by Sheikh Safiyyarrahman al-Mubarakfuri;

-"Biography of the Prophet (pbuh)" by Sirat Ibn Hisham;

-"Stories of the Prophets" by Imam Ibn Kathir;

"Fortress of the Muslim" by Sheikh Sa'aid Ibn Ali Ibn Wahaf Al Kahatany";

"On the way to the Quran" by Elmir Quliyev.

 

The list of "extremist" literature includes even the books of the famous preacher of "moderation and tolerance", the so-called "European version" of Islam, a "refined connoisseur of classical music", Shamil Alyautdinov.

 

It is to be recalled also that in late June, security forces killed a lawyer and human rights activist Rustem Valiullin, who has been active in efforts to protect the rights of Muslims - one of his last cases was against the unlawful ban of 65 items of Islamic literature.

 

Department of Monitoring

Kavkaz Center



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