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TítuloKOY2017003C | Wives & Children of Russian-born Islamic State fighters return from Iraq and Syria
Fecha20171115
CiudadGrozny
PaísRussia
AgenciaCONTACTO
AutorYuri Kozyrev / NOOR
CategoríaMAG
Origen Noor
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Copyrights2017 © Yuri Kozyrev / NOOR / CONTACTO
DescripciónRussia, Chechnya, Grozny, 15 November 2017 The representative of the Chechen Republic in the Middle East and North Africa, Ziyad Sabsabit meets with women whose missing daughters and grandchildren haven’t returned from the war zone at the office of Kheda Saratova, an independent human rights activist. And yet despite the stigma associated with having a male relative leave to fight for ISIS, as soon as reports began emerging of Russian children running loose on the streets of Mosul, the grandmothers of Grozny started speaking out. Their advocacy helped push Russian President Vladimir Putin and Kadyrov to assign Ziad Sabsabi to locate as many Russian children as possible. Kadyrov’s support of the rescue missions has no doubt removed some of the fear for the women. Nonetheless, they could still face repercussions or retribution from others in their community. In republics such as Chechnya, Dagestan and other mountainous Caucasus regions, up to 2,500 Muslim men — many of them battle-hardened from years of fighting guerrilla insurgencies — left to join the ranks of ISIS. And many forced their unwitting wives and children to follow them. Yuri Kozyrev / NOOR
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