Kadyrov calls on all Muslims and their children to bring Europe to its knees
Kadyrov has recorded a video message calling on all Caucasians and Chechens who profess Islam to go to a "holy war" against European states. At the same time, he frankly admitted that he dreams of dying in this war himself and does not mind that his children also die in the holy war. This is reported by Focus.
Kadyrov promised all Muslims who will gather in regiments against "shaitans and Satanism" in European countries, full material support.
"Don, come on, don, get ready and create battalions and Regiments ('don' is a filler word of Chechen origin which intertwines Kadyrov's speech). I will supply, dress and arm them, don," Kadyrov said with a complaint.
At the same time, the head of Chechnya hesitated a little when he wanted to say what Muslims from the Caucasus and Chechens will fight for, and whose interests they should defend.
"You must fight for the interests of our beloved Prophet, the Koran, the state, sovereignty? who are you if you do not stand up to these jackals and shaitans, Satanism and fascism?"- Kadyrov went indignant.
Ramzan Akhmatovich is confident that every father and mother should send their sons to war in order to defend the interests of both Muslims and Christians, their customs, traditions and religion. In addition, Kadyrov believes that their jealousy should be such that even without weapons, European countries should get down on their knees and ask Russia for forgiveness.
"Hey, wake up! Be Muslims, be men! We simply have to take European states without weapons until they get down on their knees and ask Russia for forgiveness," Kadyrov said.
Ramzan Kadyrov accused Ukraine of shelling Russian territory and said that the aggressor state "responds poorly to them." The head of Chechnya believes that Russia needs to act as aggressively as possible and called for the wiping out of the face of the earth of Ukrainian cities.
In response, NSDC Secretary Oleksiy Danilov advised Chechens to start fighting for independence before Russian troops destroyed the city of Grozny for the second time.