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Wahhabis' money for Mehdiyev's murder2012-04-11 17:50
Last night, a Muslim social activist Metin Mehdiyev was killed in the center of Moscow. An unknown offender inflicted him several stab wounds to the neck. Who could be the enemy of a 34-year-old Azeri, who had quiet and inconspicuous life? The expert, who gave an interview to GTimes, believes that Metin's colleagues can be the crime customers. Young man was the head of the international department of the Islamic cultural centre of Russia (ICC). Conflicts over power and money received from the Wahhabis of Saudi Arabia have long been brewing in this organization.
The crime was committed last night. According to law enforcement, the offender hit the victim with a knife in his neck and disfigured his face. It is reported that 34-year-old Mehdiyev waited his wife and two-month son near his home. At this time an unknown man attacked him. Wounded Metin Mehdiyev died from blood loss. Law enforcement authorities of Moscow said today that the killer tried to disfigure the face of the victim. It is possible that Mehdiyev was attacked by more than one person. A criminal case instituted, investigation is being carried out.
Metin Mehdiyev was Azerbaijani citizen; he lived in Moscow with his wife and small child. He worked at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Russia (ICC), where he headed the international department. In general, Metin tried to keep a discreet life. His name was almost unknown in Muslim circles. Who had spite against him?
Expert Rais Suleymanov, the head of the Volga Regional Center and ethno-religious Studies (Russian Institute of Strategic Studies), believes that the cause of the murder lies, they say, on the surface - the place of work of the deceased. The prosecutor's office has repeatedly suspected Islamic cultural center in dark deeds, and these suspicions were not unfounded. The deeper reasons for the murder of young Azerbaijanis may be hiding in secret wars for power among senior officials of the Muslim community of Russia. The names of these people, unlike the name Metin, are well known among Muslims, and many other Russians. The expert told about this in an interview to GTimes: