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Counter-terrorism operation in Kazan?2012-10-25 20:42
Today Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha. On this occasion in Kazan mosque "Marjani" there was scheduled a prayer with the mufti of Tatarstan Ildus Fayzova. In this regard, the FSB, the IC RF and the local Interior Ministry tightened security. And not in vain: yesterday Kazan enforcers received information that the armed bandits settled down in one of the apartment houses of the city. Among them - the people who are wanted on the case of the attack on July 19. Checking the information on the site has developed into the regime of the counter-terrorism operation (CTO).
House at the Khimikov St., 25 has appeared familiar for the police officers. Rustam Yusupov - owner of a clandestine laboratory for the production of explosives in the Vysogorsky district of the republic - hiding there prior to his elimination in January 2012. Yesterday, security forces found a terrorist group here. A special operation was carried out, during which two FSB officers were killed and another one was wounded. Two Mujahideen were killed, one of which triggered the suicide bomber's belt. Two more bandits managed to escape from the city.
Two dead bandits were identified. They are a 35-year-old Robert Valeyev and a 30-year-old Rustam Kashapov. In materials of the security forces they appeared as members of the gang "Mujahideen of Tatarstan" - gang of Rais Mingaleyev, better known as "Amir Muhammad". Mingaleyev became famous after a video message in which he claimed responsibility for the bombing of the car off mufti of Tatarstan Ildus Fayzov and murder of Waliullah Yakupov.
"Stab in the back can be expected at any time", says Farid Salman, the mufti of the Central Spiritual Board of Muslims of Russia. "The attacks may be timed to national dates, such as the Day of Russia or the celebration of the new year. Moreover, I do not rule out terrorist provocations on Orthodox holidays. A bomb exploded near an Orthodox church can easily ignite strife between Orthodox Christians and Muslims. Anything can happen anytime. Only one quarter passed between the July murder of Waliullah Yakupov and the events of October 24. Islamists will not fail to show their grin in the near future".