Seven Crimean Muslims detained in the occupied Crimea

07 July, 12:54
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Russian law enforcement detained seven Crimean Muslims as a result of searches that took place from four o'clock in the morning in the Bakhchisaray, Krasnogvardiysky, Simferopol districts and the city of Alushta of the occupied Crimea.

The activist of the Crimean solidarity Luftie Dudievasaid this in the comments on the post on Facebook, UKRINFORM reported.

"Detained were Emil Ziyadinov (Oktyabrske village, 81 Karl Marx lane), Ismet Ibragimov (Simferopol district, Kurtsy), Dilyaver Memetov (6 Alushta street), Sufyanova Alima (Bakhchisarai district, Zaliznychne village, 50A Shmelyova str.), Khayretdinova Seyran (Bakhchisaray district, Bilokamyanka), Sizikova Alexandra (Bakhchisarai district, Sevastianivka village), Bektemirov Vadym (Kamyanka village, 24 Sadali Kurtseit str)," said Zudieva.

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Detention of Muslims in Crimea and searches

 

Lawyer Islam Velilyaev, who arrived at the scene of search in the village of Oktyabrskoe, said in a video comment to the public movement "Crimean Solidarity" that he was not allowed to see the client, Emil Ziyadinov.

"Today is July 7, 2020, 06:50. I am in the village of Oktyabrske, Karl Marx street because our compatriot Emil Ziyadinov is being searched. The search began at 4 am, FSB officers broke into the house, where Emil Ziyadinov, his wife, four minor children, and old parents stayed. The FSB officers replied to my demands to be present during the search that I had to wait. That is, the right to defense was violated, I was not allowed to the client at the time of the search," the lawyer said.