Londonistan, where no Koranimal is ever left behind.
In an interview to the REN-TV channel, Dagir Khasavov, assistant to social politics and healthcare committee’s chairman, claimed that “Russia needed Sharia courts.”
“Muslims don’t want to have anything to do with the court system. You think we come to Russia like to some foreign place. But we feel totally at home here. It might be you who are aliens here. And we are going to set the game rules whether you like it or not. And you’ll face bloodshed if you try to stop us… We will drown the city in blood,” he said.
Khasavov decided to flee after receiving death threats.Â —Head of the Russia’s Presidential Council on Human Rights, Mikhail Fedotov, has rejected the idea of implementing Sharia law courts in Russia as unacceptable.
Do U.S. authorities really think this sort of thing cannot and will not happen here? In fact, it is coming quickly. “Muslim lawyer pledges to ‘cover Russia in blood,'” fromI ANS, April 25 (thanks to Stephen Gash):
Police in the Russian capital said on Wednesday they will examine a video in which a prominent Muslim lawyer pledges to “cover Russia in blood” if the authorities refuse to establish courts to implement Islamic law.
The leader of the Caucasus jihadists, Dokka Abu Usman, in his last address to the mujahideen on video, explains:
“May be you are foreigners here, and this is our home. We will set our rules, whether you want this or not,” Dagir Khasavov, a lawyer and aide to an upper house committee chairman, said in an interview with the REN TV channel.
“Any attempts to stop this will result in blood. We will turn the city (Moscow) into a second dead sea,” he was quoted as saying.
Russian Chief Mufti Talgat Tadzhuddin condemned Khasavov’s statement.
Geidar Dzhemal, head of an influential group called Islamic Committee, said there might have been a “misunderstanding”.
A misunderstanding! Of course! These guys are alwaysÂ soÂ hard to understand!
Muslim lawyer proposes Islamic Courts: forced to leave Russia
by Nina Achmatova
Dagir Khasavov invokes sharia law and threatens a bloodbath in the country. Chechen leader Kadyrov dennounces him. After intimidation, the man decides to take refuge in Europe.
Moscow (AsiaNews) – He called for the introduction of Islamic courts in Russia on TV, attracting the wrath of Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov, of powerful muftis and an investigation against him for “extremism”. Then, after receiving threats and intimidation, he chose to leave the country “urgently”. The hero protagonist who has sparked the wrath of the media and public opinion is the Muslim lawyer, Dagir Khasavov (pictured), “emergency” expatriate two days after hisÂ interviewÂ on television, which outraged Russia.
In his interview, broadcast on April 24 last by the independent channel Ren-TV, the Muslim lawyer warned: “You think we have come here from abroad, but perhaps you are the strangers in our house. If anyone opposes the introduction of the Muslim courts, there will be a second Dead Sea, we will carry out a bloodbath. “ Then he called for the establishment of an Arab Caliphate, which the Muslims of Russia must also obey.
The man’s statements sparked the ire of the Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, who called the televised speech “provocative and populist”. According to the Chechen president – also engaged in the Caucasus republic to impose Islamic law among citizens – the man has been used to discredit Islam. Kadyrov’s views were Â echoed by the mufti of Chechnya, Sultan Mirzayev-Hadji, and that of Russia Talgat Tadzhuddin, for whom Khasavov can not speak for the whole community. The son of the lawyer , Arslan, thinks the opposite according to whom – as reported by Kommersant – his father was the victim of a trap concocted by Chechen authorities, who needed a “sacrificial victim” for the newly elected President Vladimir Putin, a few days after his inauguration in the Kremlin (May 7). Arslan points to the presence these days in Moscow of Kadyrov’s men who intercepted his father, “persuading him” not to give any more radio and television programs. According to BBC reports, citing the so-called Society of the Russian political refugees, Khasavov – founder of an organization defending the rights of Muslims – is now “in an unspecified European country”.
Meanwhile, an investigation has been opened by Moscow charging the lawyer for “extremism” and even the bar association has launched an investigation of possible violations of the code of ethics.