Dagestan

July 19, 2024 17:25

July 17, 2024 22:14

  • Blogger from Dagestan detained for insulting believers' feelings

    In Moscow, law enforcers have detained Javier Yarmagomedov, a native of Dagestan, who had trampled on a cross, on charges of insulting believers' feelings. Ismail Berdiev, the head of the Muslims' Coordination Centre of Northern Caucasus, has demanded that the blogger be punished for mocking a Christian symbol.

July 17, 2024 21:56

July 17, 2024 21:09

  • Blogger from Dagestan apologizes for mocking over Christian cross

    A native of Dagestan living in Moscow has made a public apology to believers for trampling on a Christian cross during a live broadcast on the Internet. He has stated that he fell victim to a provocation. Commentators in social networks demanded that the streamer be punished and recalled the beating of Nikita Zhuravel by Ramzan Kadyrov's son for burning down the Koran.

July 16, 2024 22:26

July 16, 2024 21:15

  • Suspected militant-attacker in Dagestan claims being tortured

    Zaur Magomedov, arrested within the case of the militant attacks in Derbent and Makhachkala, has reported torture and called himself not involved in the incidents, Shamil Khadulaev, the head of the Dagestani Public Oversight Commission (POC), has stated.

July 16, 2024 20:37

July 15, 2024 19:15

  • SMO fighters appeal to Putin over seizure of land plots from Kurush villagers

    Bureaucrats fail to address the problem of taking away pasture lands from the residents of the village of Kurush, where the Samursky National Park was created, and fail to respond to numerous complaints. This was stated by the participants in the special military operation (SMO) in Ukraine from the Dokuzparinsky District of Dagestan in their video appeal to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

July 14, 2024 23:16

  • Network users support North-Caucasian Muftis' protest against ban on wearing niqabs

    The Muslims' Coordination Centre of Northern Caucasus (MCCNC) has asked the Russian President not to pass a bill banning religious clothing. The Muftis of Northern Caucasus have stated that this ban violates believers' rights. Commentators in social networks have supported the Muftis' appeal, noting that this initiative has already split the society.

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