According to the Russian invaders from the gang formation "Russia's internal troops", Russia has de facto officially acknowledged that Idel-Ural Mujahideen are operating in Idel-Ural forests.
A Russian invaders' commander admitted that military operations against the Mujahideen have been carried out in Idel Ural, a Muslim country, officially recognized by America in a 1959 U.S. Congress Resolution on Oppressed Nations.
Lt. Gen. Alexander Poryadin, regional commander of the "Urals internal troops of Russian interior ministry", told last week in an interview that they had received information about a "training camp", organized by the Mujahideen of Bashkortostan. Presumably, he meant as training ground Chelyabinsk region (Russian-occupied South Urals Republic) or areas around the city of Perm (Russian-occupied Finnic country of Permia). He said:
"There is information that some strange forces have been created. Someone was practicing shooting and studying explosives", said the hapless Russian commander.
According to him, "the forces of the FSB (KGB) and special-purpose units of internal troops" have been sent to the above-mentioned areas. However, they could not find the camp of Bashkir Mujahideen - either the information/informants were unreliable or the Mujahideen managed to escape before the arrival of the invaders.
Sources of Russian invaders recall that on the night of June 12, 2010 , three Mujahideen fired at traffic police checkpoint Irenin the Perm region, killing a Russian police officer. One Kalashnikov assault rifle and one Makarov pistol were seized as trophy from the Russian thug.
Later, Russian invaders published the names of the Mujahideen - Ilpat Shafiyev, Nafis Shaymukhametov and Irek Guynullin.
According to operative information, the Mujahideen were preparing a sabotage (according to Russians, "terrorist") operation on pipeline Chelyabinsk-Petrovsk and even managed to lay an explosive device.
Later, all three Mujahideen martyred in a battle with the gang of "special FSB forces" in the Arkhangelsk region of Bashkortostan.
"Up until now, there was no information in the media on involvement of special troops in military operations deep inside Russia's internal regions, such as Bashkortostan. The only exception has been so far North Caucasus", write KGB journalists.
Department of Monitoring