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Suicide bomber, who had blown up the sheikh in Dagestan, identified2012-08-29 11:45
In Dagestan, the law enforcement agencies have managed to identify the suicide bomber, who had blown up the spiritual leader of Muslims Said-Effendi, the Vesti.ru reported. This is a 30-year-old woman, resident of Makhachkala Aminat Kurbanova (Saprykina). Woman adopted Islam. According to the Russian Interior Ministry, her husband is a member of bandit underground. The personality of the suicide bomber was identified through her head, torn off by the explosion.gt-en-newsitem-inside
One of the spiritual leaders of Muslims of Dagestan Sufi Sheikh Said-Effendi Atsaev, also known as Effendi Chirkeyskiy, was killed as a result of explosion committed by the suicide bomber. The incident took place on Tuesday in the Dagestani village of Chirkey.
Five of his followers were killed along with him. According to reports, the explosion injured a lot of people.
According to the Interior Ministry, the power of an explosive device attached to the body of suicide bomber was about 1.5 kg of TNT. The bomb was filled with balls from bearings as damaging elements, the Interfax reported.
As reported by the Lenta.ru, the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation believes that the spiritual leader of Muslims of Dagestan Sheikh Said Afandi Atsaev was killed due to his religious activities.
Russian Investigative Committee has instituted a criminal case on the five articles of the Criminal Code: "Terrorist act", "Murder of two or more persons", "Arms trafficking", "Illegal manufacture of weapons" and "Deliberate destruction of property".