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Russia's police brutally beat Moscow Muslims for banner demanding freedom for Palestine

Last update: 23 November 2012, 23:41
Publication time: 23 November 2012, 21:52

According to media outlets of Russia's KGB regime, jew-loving Russia's policemen seized and brutally beat on Thursday night, November 22, more than 70 Moscow Muslims after a football match between Dagestan's Anji and Italy's Udinese clubs.
 
According to the leader of the United Fans of Anji Club, Ramazan Gaziyev, the reason for the detentions were several Palestinian and green Muslim flags in the stadium and banners hung on the podium in support of free Palestine.

According to the fans, the beastly Russia's police started action after appearance in one of the sectors of Moscow stadium Locomotive of banners (see photos 1, 2 and 3) "For Free Palestine",  "Free Palestine", "Murderer Israel, Free Palestine!"

The banners with the words "Murder Israel; Free Palestine!" and "For Free Palestine" was raised on the match of Europa League. "The Anji fans joined the global campaign to support the Palestinian people" said to the Russian online newspaper Gazeta.ru the leader the Fans Association, Ramadan Gaziyev.
 
"Several people were arrested for it right away, but the key moment came after the match", he stressed.

The policemen of terrorist Russia's regime stuffed into their vehicles all most active club's fans.

"They arrested us for nothing, and after that they brutally beat us on the legs, arms and head", writes a fan under the nickname Nowart on a fans' website.

The occupation press service of the "Main Directorate of Russia's Interior Ministry for Moscow Region" confirmed to the Russian Service of the BBC News that the banner was the reason for the detentions, since it was not allowed by the KGB regime in Russia.

According to the Caucasian Human Rights Center in Moscow, the police still kept on Friday morning at their stations more than a dozen fans of the Anji football club for their support of freedom for Palestine. Some of them have been already charged of "administrative offenses", the Russian Service of the BBC news reports from Moscow.
 
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Kavkaz Center



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