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  • mariuslab2002
    13 November 2012, 10:12 Kadyrov disagrees that militants bodies should be buried according to Muslim traditions Grozny, November 13, Interfax - Ramzan
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      13 November 2012, 10:12
      Kadyrov disagrees that militants' bodies should be buried according to Muslim traditions

      Grozny, November 13, Interfax - Ramzan Kadyrov, the head of Chechnya, has disagreed with Yunus-bek Yevkurov, the head of Ingushetia, that the bodies of dead militants should be given to their relatives.

      On November 8, Yevkurov said in his blog on Livejournal that he believes the bodies of militants should be given to their relatives "in order not to breed terrorism."

      Kadyrov disagreed with that. "Firstly, it's up to the law to decide to give or not to give, Secondly, terrorists are buried in accordance with the law. However, no one has a right to make clergymen stand over a killer's grave and read prayers against their will, not even Yevkurov," Kadyrov said in a statement obtained by Interfax.

      Kadyrov recalled that Chechnya's Mufti Sultan Mirzayev confirmed several days ago that Chechen religious figures do not take part in the funerals of militants and do not conduct religious rituals. "These people's hands are stained with the blood of women, old people, and children up to their elbows. They died a dog's life and they do not deserve a proper burial," Kadyrov's statement quoted Mirzayev as saying.

      "Yevkurov can share his experience after be brings order to the republic he leads, restores peace, and eliminates bandits who are still shedding the blood of hundreds of civilians," Kadyrov said in his statement.
    • mariuslab2002
      08:25 14/11/2012 A brief look at what is in the Russian papers today Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov accused Ingush leader Yunus-Bek Yevkurov of inability to
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        08:25 14/11/2012
        A brief look at what is in the Russian papers today

        Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov accused Ingush leader Yunus-Bek Yevkurov of inability to restore order in his republic. The statement came as a response to Yevkurov's critical statement about a decision by Chechen religious authorities not to bury militants according to Islamic traditions.

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        --- In chechnya-sl@yahoogroups.com, "mariuslab2002" <mariuslab@...> wrote:
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        > 13 November 2012, 10:12
        > Kadyrov disagrees that militants' bodies should be buried according to Muslim traditions
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        > Grozny, November 13, Interfax - Ramzan Kadyrov, the head of Chechnya, has disagreed with Yunus-bek Yevkurov, the head of Ingushetia, that the bodies of dead militants should be given to their relatives.
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        > On November 8, Yevkurov said in his blog on Livejournal that he believes the bodies of militants should be given to their relatives "in order not to breed terrorism."
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        > Kadyrov disagreed with that. "Firstly, it's up to the law to decide to give or not to give, Secondly, terrorists are buried in accordance with the law. However, no one has a right to make clergymen stand over a killer's grave and read prayers against their will, not even Yevkurov," Kadyrov said in a statement obtained by Interfax.
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        > Kadyrov recalled that Chechnya's Mufti Sultan Mirzayev confirmed several days ago that Chechen religious figures do not take part in the funerals of militants and do not conduct religious rituals. "These people's hands are stained with the blood of women, old people, and children up to their elbows. They died a dog's life and they do not deserve a proper burial," Kadyrov's statement quoted Mirzayev as saying.
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        > "Yevkurov can share his experience after be brings order to the republic he leads, restores peace, and eliminates bandits who are still shedding the blood of hundreds of civilians," Kadyrov said in his statement.
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