Saturday, June 17, 2006

Another Chechen Islamic terrorist separatist leader killed, great news

This is the body of Abdul-Kharim Sidulaev - after the killing of Chechen terrorist-sepratist leader Aslan Maskhadov on March 8th, this man was in charge of planning of terrorist attacks and destabilization of that volatile Caucasus region.
Both the Maskhadov camp and that of radical Chechen field commander Shamil Basaev announced that Abdul-Kharim Saidulaev was assuming presidential powers. Saidulaev will serve as acting president until elections can be held in Chechnya, they said.
"These people will fight until the end. They are professional fighters, and I might even say that these professional 'mujahedins' will also in a way influence the [situation] in the Middle East, Iraq, and so on."
Saidulaev, who was in his 30s, is a relatively little-known figure in Chechnya and a complete mystery abroad. He is believed to have been very close to Maskhadov, who reportedly anointed him as a possible successor two years ago. Maskhadov's early backing provides him considerable credibility, but the slain former president never introduced Saidulaev to the broader public. Nor did he explain his choice.
Ironically, he was killed by one of his own militants on the bounty set by legitimate, democratically-elected, and Russia-backed president of Chechnya Ramzan Kadirov - for the price of 1,500 Russian rubles, or roughly $ 60 - that were paid out to the assassin (allegedly to be used for his hashish addiction). Terrorists are losing worldwide, it's just matter of time until one remaining Chechen terrorist leader Shamil Basaev is killed (and after all he had done, no mercy will be given to him by Russian military).


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