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Posted on 06/08/2009 7:13:27 PM PDT by Cindy
Snippet: "On the other hand, this would be the fifth time he's been killed."
(Excerpt) Read more at osint.internet-haganah.com ...
“Report: Russian forces kill Chechen rebel leader”
Published: 06.08.09, 17:47 / Israel News
SNIPPET: “Russian forces have killed the leader of the Chechen separatist movement, Doku Umarov, Interfax news agency cited an unidentified source in Russian law enforcement agencies as saying on Monday.”
Did you mean to post this?
Didn’t Mace Windu kill him already?
That's Anakin Skywalker, about to do the deed to the Count.
Yeah, I forgot it was Anakin. I should have asked my 6 year old self proclaimed Star Wars expert.
Hopelessly vague post *ping*
I meant to post the thread AND the article snippet in post no. 2.
Puts it all in perspective.
Well ok, one must give the lame-stream competition a run for it once in awhile.
Thanks smoking front for updated Reuters link.
Let me post this snippet from your link:
“Russian forces kill Chechen rebel leader -report”
Mon Jun 8, 2009 10:24am EDT
SNIPPET: “”Tests are being made on the remains to make a final identification,” the news agency cited the source as saying. Interfax said it had been unable to confirm the information.”
“Chechen separatist leader Doku Umarov killed in special operation”
Interfax ^ | Jun 08, 2009
Posted on June 8, 2009 8:43:28 AM PDT by pobeda1945
Kadyrov said the operation against Umarov was commanded by one of his presidential advisers, Adam Delimkhanov, who is wanted by Dubai in connection with the assassination of a former Chechen military commander there. "We have information that Doku Umarov was badly wounded as part of a special operation conducted by Adam Delimkhanov," Kadyrov said, according to his spokesman. "The bodies of four rebels were found at the scene," Kadyrov said. - Reuters
The former Chechen commander whom stae duma member Adam Delimkhanov allegedly assassinated in Dubai was "Hero of Russia" Sulim Yamadayev. Funny thing is... There are also questions about whether Yamadayev is really dead as well...
Brother says Yamadayev alive, vows revenge on Chechen leader - May 13, 2009 - The Russian consul general in Dubai, Sergei Krasnogor, said: "Dubai police officials, including the police chief, have repeatedly confirmed to me that Sulim Yamadayev had been killed and buried at a local cemetery." Russian diplomats earlier acknowledged they had not been provided with documentary evidence of Sulim's death.
Thanks for the additional info/links Tailgunner Joe.
I have to admit the multiple deaths of 1 subject is always fascinating.
There’s a number of jihadis that have been killed at least 4 times.
June 23, 2009
“DOKU NOT DEAD YET”
Islamists claim killing of Russian priest
France24 ^ | 26 December 2009 | Staff
Posted on December 25, 2009 11:34:31 PM PST by csvset
An Islamist militant group based in Russia’s North Caucases has claimed the killing last month of an Orthodox priest who was an outspoken critic of Islam.
“One of our brothers who has never been to the Caucases took up the oath of (former independent Chechen president Doku Umarov) and expressed his desire to execute the damned Sysoyev,” said a statement on the Kavkazcenter.com website.
Daniil Sysoyev, 35, was killed on November 20 when masked gunman walked into Saint Thomas’s church in southern Moscow and shot him four times.
Doku Umarov emerged as the leader of the remaining active rebel movements in the North Caucases in 2007 and is considered enemy number one in the region by Russian authorities.
The statement on the Kavkazcenter.com website, which is often used by militants, accused Sysoyev of writing several pamphlets insulting Islam.
It warned “those in the future who defame Islam and insult the religion of Allah will suffer the fate as Sysoyev.”
Sysoyev, who was criticised by Muslim organisations for his statements on Islam, had reportedly contacted Russian security services several times over threats.
Caucasus Emirate leader takes credit for Moscow suicide attacks
By BILL ROGGIO
March 31, 2010 12:34 PM
Video Caption: Doku Umarov takes responsibility for the March 29, 2010, suicide attacks in Moscow.
SNIPPET: The leader of the Caucasus Emirate has claimed responsibility for the March 29 suicide attacks in the Russian capital of Moscow that killed 39 people.
Doku Umarov, the emir of the al Qaeda-linked Caucasus Emirate, took credit for the suicide attack in a video released on the Internet. The video was published on Youtube by Kavkaz Center, the pro-jihadist website that focuses on the jihad in the Caucasus. Umarov previously described Kavkaz as our Mujahideen website, the State website.
67 posted on April 1, 2010 12:13:02 AM PDT by Cindy
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69 posted on April 1, 2010 12:22:42 AM PDT by Cindy
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ON THE INTERNET; ON THE FORUMS:
THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010
SCANDAL. YouTube admits removing Dokku Umarov’s video statement under Russian Pressure
One of the participants at a recent international summit of social media resources Global Voices in Santiago (Chile) said that during the conference, the management of YouTube admitted that the portal is under constant pressure from Russia, which demands to remove videos about Jihad in the Caucasus from YouTube.
YouTub senior official Victoria Grand told the participants of the international conference about the latest scandalous story on this issue. It was about the video statement of the Caucasus Emirate’s Emir Dokku Umarov, which was posted on the portal after the sabotage operations in the Moscow subway.
After this statement was seen in 3 days by more than 600 thousand people, YouTube removed it from its server.
Victoria Grand explained what happened in this way.
“It was really a difficult decision and we had a lot of internal debates on this topic. Moreover, it was the material being showed on news channels, so, it had a news value. But Russian authorities took a tough stance on this issue and said that it is almost outside the law”, said Grand.
As a result, according to Ms Grand, YouTube decided to remove this particular video material. However, at the same time, she stressed that this does not mean that there are no other versions of this video statement of Dokku Umarov on YouTube.
“You can still find on YouTube a lot of materials of this kind, such as a video from training camp of Taliban, and no one removed this video. Everything always depends on context” Grand summed up.
As conference participants pointed out, there is an impression that YouTube and Moscow reached in this story a kind of status quo. Removing the specific statement of Dokku Umarov, YouTube bent before Moscow.
In their turn, the Russian authorities were satisfied with the symbolic act, though the same statement by Dokku Umarov could still be found on YouTube, but only on other accounts.
It is to be mentioned that the story of the removal of Dokku Umarov’s statement is not the only YouTube concession to Russia. The video portal regularly removes videos about the war in the Caucasus. In particular, more than 350 videos clips, posted on YouTube by the Kavkaz Center editorial stuff, has been removed by the portal for the last 3 years.
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