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Russia loses ideological war to Caucasus Emirate

Publication time: 12 January 2013, 10:23

According to Russian media, an assistant ringleader of the terrorist group "Russian prosecutor's office", Sydoruk, was forced once again to acknowledge that Moscow is losing the ideological war to Caucasus Emirate.

 

On the occasion of a holiday of his gang, called "The day of prosecutors", which is celebrated on January 12, answering a question from a Moscow newspaper, Kommersant, that among the Mujahideen of the Caucasus Emirate "there are now a lot of people from other regions, including ethnic Russians, who embraced Islam" and that they "leave for forests", get martyred, including young people who were influenced by the sermons of Sayeed of Buryatia and therefore the authorities, who have all media and administrative resources", lose, he said:

 

"Traditionally,a large part of the population of North Caucasus are professing Islam. It is this fact that is used by extremists to promote the ideas of radical fundamentalism.

 

Along with this, the propaganda and recruiting activities of the leaders and active supporters of the underground throughout Russia do not reduce. The youth from very different regions come under their influence. In October last year ,members of the Novosibirsk Jamaat were charged in our Siberia's district, they planned to help the underground in Ingushetia.

 

The main channel, through which new followers are attracted, is the Internet, where the views are disseminated through various social networks. And there you can find sermons by Sayeed of Buryatia too, whom the supporters of Islam estimate higher than any other religious figure. Internet is also used to promote the idea of the creation of ​​ Caucasus Emirate...

 

For our part, we are working to identify extremist websites and pronounce our court verdicts on their ban. At the same time, I concede, we are really losing today the ideological battle, although measures are being taken, and sites closed down, and we find and destroy extremist literature".

 

It is to be recalled that January 11, 2013, the Russian KGB media reported that the ringleader of Chechen minions, Kadyrov, had "discovered" in social networks "propaganda of extremism" from "militants' recruiters".

 

"In the past, recruiters conducted personal conversations, but they have now switched to the Internet", lamented Kadyrov and demanded from the his minions "to respond to the activation of recruiters on the Internet". In this connection, the minion ringleader repeated once again an ages-old tale that there are about 30-40 militants in total left in Chechnya".

 

Department of Monitoring

Kavkaz Center



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