Chechnya without Chechens

“I have been a combat soldier and have covered twelve high intensity wars from the front, but I have never seen anything that equals the heroism and boundless courage of the Chechen Mujahideen, who have no formal military training, have no heavy weapons and are even short of anti-tank rockets. There is almost no medicine or morphine for their wounded and no shelter from massive Russian bombardment which includes banned fuel air explosives, toxic gas and napalm. If taken alive by Russian they will be tortured first and then executed,” – Eric Margolis, a Canadian columnist and broadcaster.

Both the Russian communists (the founder of Communism, Karl Marx including the first president after Russian Revolution, and later rulers such as Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin, and Khrushchev, were all Jewish) and their communist brothers, otherwise known as Zionist Jews (first president of Israel, Chaim Weizmann, was a Russian communist Jew), have one thing in common – They both want their occupied countries (Chechnya and Palestine) without the Native people.

Russia has three major reasons to carry-out the genocide of Chechen Muslims. First is the region has significant amount of oil and gas reserves. As part of USSR – Chechnya used to supply the entire Russian needs of oil and gas. Second is that if Chechnya, one of its 19 autonomous republics, is allowed to separate from Russia – it would encourage the people of other republics to follow Chechnya’s lead – and could result Moscow losing 25% of its current ‘holdings’. Third, and Moscow’s real fear  – is establishment of an Islamic State on its borders. It was the same fear which gave the West the reasons to carry-out Muslim Holocaust in both Bosnia and Kosova.

Chechen have more than 270 year history of resistance against the Russian imperialism. Chechen history is full of mass genocides carried out in the the name of Christianity and imperialism – in the 18th, 19th and the 20th century, the last one when Jewish-communist Stalin had tens of thousands of Chechen shot and the remainder of Chechen people deported to Siberian concentration camps – only allowed to return to their homeland in 1957.

Russian intelligence services KGB – like their counterparts in the US (CIA) and Israel (Mossad) are well-known for conducting terrorism and then blaming on Muslims. For example, former KGB colonel Alexander Litvinenko in his book ‘Blowing up Russia: Terror from Within’ alleges that it was KGB successor, the Federal Security Service (FSB) which coordinated the 1999 apartment block bombing in Russia that killed more than 300 people.

After the demise of USSR being one of world’s superpower in 1991 as result of bloody nose the Red Army received in Afghanistan – the parliament of autonomous republic of Russian Federation – representing 1.5 million Chechen Muslims – voted to declare Chechnya’s independence under the leadership of Russia’s Air Force hero, Gen. Dzhokhar Dudayev. In late 1994 Russian forces invaded and occupied the capital after killing over 100,000 civilians. In 1996, Dzhokhar Dudayev was martyred by a Russian missile. Zelimkhan Yandarbiyev succeeded him as president. The Russian army withrew, practically accepting defeat. In 1997, Aslan Mashkhadov, chief of Chechem Army was elected president of Republic of Ichkeria. In 1999, Russian army invaded Chechnya again. In 2003, an election was held under Russian occupation and Akhmad Kadyrov was declared ‘elected president’ by Moscow. Kadyrov was assassinated in 2004 and Moscow replaced him by Alu Alkhanov who resigned in 2007 – and was replace by Kadyrov’s son  Ramzan Kadyro.

Chechen are practically fighting their Jihad without any help from the 57 Muslim nation states. Islamic Iran which has supported Bosnian Muslims during Serb-Croat invasion – and is now supporting Hamas and Hizbullah against Israeli fascism – has not extended helping hand to Chechen Muslims due to its national interests in having friendly relations with Russia. provides the latest news about Chechen Resistance.

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