“There was information that 30 to 50 armed men broke into the mosque in Molodizhne, Simferopol district in Crimea. They detained about a hundred Muslims and moved them somewhere. Later, the captors received orders to release them. However, the Muslims were ordered to show up at the police department”, the lawyer reported at Facebook.
As 112 International reported, on April 26, the so-called Supreme Court of the annexed Crimea ruled that the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people is an "extremist organization", banning its activity all over Russia.