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"Court" in annexed Crimea denies appeal of accused on participation in extremist organization
23:29, 30 August 2017
"Court" in annexed Crimea denies appeal of accused on participation in extremist organization

The so-called court accuses five people of participating in the Islamic organization Hizb-Ut Tahrir

23:29, 30 August 2017

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The so-called Supreme Court of annexed Crimea denied the appeal of the accused on participation in the Islamic organization Hizb-Ut Tahrir – Aider Saledinov, Rustem Ismailov, Uzair Abdullaev, Teimur Abdullaev, and Emil Dzhemadzhenov, as Radio Svoboda informs.

It is noted that the court kept all of the accused under arrest. On August 9, the Simpheropol court prolonged the detention of the accused for another two months.

As reorted previously, on October 12, 2016 searches were made in the houses of five Muslim families. As a result, five Crimean Tatars were detained - Aider Saledinov, Rustem Ismailov, Uzair Abdullaev, Teimur Abdullaev, and Emil Dzhemadzhenov. They are accused of participating in the Islamic organization Hizb-Ut Tahrir.

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