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Kazakhstani on a list of 52 Russian suicide bombers
Written by Almanews   
Четверг, 09 Июнь 2011

A Kazakhstani was on a list of 52 suicide bombers being prepared for terrorist attacks in the Russian Federation.

Life News has in its possession a unique list of the most dangerous terrorists of the North Caucasus. In it, the security services name 52 militants as potentially ready to commit acts of terrorism anywhere in the Russian Federation. The complete list of suspects consists mainly of natives of the North Caucasus, mostly from Ingushetia.

Among the most “active” were the republics of Dagestan and Kabardino-Balkaria. “Weaker” than others were the Stavropol territory, Karachay-Cherkessia, and Chechnya — Life News lists no more than 3 or 4 names from the latter three regions.

“All these people have been declared to be the most aggressive and dangerous followers of extremist organizations,” a law enforcement source at the Investigative Committee told Life News. “Each of them has already received training in secret 'camps of death' and can serve both as an organizer and performer of a terrorist act.”

Among the wanted 50 or so bandits are five women. The youngest of them, Aygul Abdullayeva, is only 16, while the oldest is 51-year-old Lyubov Malsagova. This woman decided to become a suicide bomber following her husband’s death.

All of the women went missing several months ago, and relatives reported their disappearance to the police. Security agencies were able to establish that the radical Muslim women had joined the Caucasus criminal underground and were undergoing training in preparation for suicide bombings.

“We have failed so far to determine the precise location of any of them,” continued the source. “They do not keep in touch with their families. We have practically no information about the planned terrorist attacks or where they will take place.”

There have been cases, however, when young people thought to have joined the criminal underworld suddenly return home safe and sound. It turns out that they simply went to neighboring regions to find work.

BTW: Among the 52 suicide bombers being trained for terrorist attacks in the Russian Federation is one Asanali Vladimirovich Zhekebayev. He was born in the Semipalatinsk region (of Kazakhstan) in 1975 and is wanted by the Pavlodar district police. Back home he is accused of murder.

In Almanews
http://archive.almanews.kz/news/%ef%bb%bfkazaxstanec-okazalsya-v-spiske-52-rossijskix-smertnikov_18190.html


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