Thursday, 27 October 2016
Archive by 2012-08-29
U.S. have confirmed the plan of merger of Iran and Azerbaijan 2012-08-29 14:11 The U.S. State Department has confirmed the receipt of a letter from the Congressman Dana Rorobahera addressed to the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the need to support the fight for the independence of South Azerbaijan from Iran.
Assad: No buffer zones will be created in Syria 2012-08-29 13:30 Establishment of so-called buffer zone in Syria is unfeasible project, Bashar Assad said.
Georgia has discovered an armed group on the border with Russia 2012-08-29 12:23 Georgian Interior Ministry units have blocked the gorge near the Dagestani section of the Georgian-Russian border, where an armed group was previously discovered.
May Stalin help Georgian village?
Nearly every district in Georgia has its own village of Akhalsopeli. This title is translated into Russian as "new village". No matter in what part of Georgia the village is located, in the east or the west, almost all of them are similar. And only Akhalsopeli, Martkopi district, located 25 km east of Tbilisi, cannot be confused with any other. The village is known for an ardent fan of Stalin, who has built a mausoleum to the leader of communism in his father's house.2012-08-29 19:22
May the murder of Said Atsaev unleash war?
A few people could believe in what has happened in Dagestan. Last night, a 75-year-old Said Atsaev was killed at his home in the village of Chirkey. He was known throughout Dagestan and the North Caucasus as Said-Effendi Chirkeyskiy, the Sheikh of the two most prominent Sufi tariqas - Naqshbandi and Shazzali. All the efforts of Said-Effendi were aimed at preserving peace in Dagestan. It is quite clear that his murder was to become the Dagestani analogue of the killing of Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo.
Dagestanis study extremism?
Only 6 of the 15 Islamic schools and only 11 of the 79 madrassas in Dagestan have state accreditation. More than two hundred Dagestani Maktabs have no state accreditation. Ruslan Gero, Director of the Center for Islamic Studies of the North Caucasus, told GTimes that such a situation is quite natural, since the state machine is not interested in the religious and educational processes in the society. This is true not only for Dagestan and Islam, but for entire Russia. The expert believes if this goes on, then Russia faces humanitarian disaster.
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