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Defendant in Hizb ut-Tahrir case Sayfullaev released from Russian prison

Source : 112 Ukraine

The Crimean Tatar returned home after five years in prison
22:50, 1 April 2020

Crimean solidarity

Ferat Sayfullaev, one of the defendants in the Hizb ut-Tahrich case in the Crimea, left the Russian prison after five years in prison, Crimean Solidarity wrote on Facebook.

As the public organization notes, today, April 1, political prisoner Ferat Sayfullaev was met at the airport in Simferopol.

"Today, April 1, 2020, Ferat Sayfullaev returned to Crimea after five years in prison in a Russian prison," the statement said.

Lawyers, activists and cousins ​​met the political prisoner.

Hizb ut-Tahrir is a religious organization that seeks to unite all Muslim countries in an Islamic caliphate. But this organization, unlike some others, denies terrorism.

In 2003, Russia imposed a ban on this organization because of the poor reputation of other similar organizations. In Ukraine, however, the activities of Hizb ut-Tahrir are not considered prohibited until now.

As we reported before, the "march towards Crimea" is not going to take place on the original date, May 3.

"The new date of holding the international non-violent action "World against violence and occupation. March of Dignity" will be defined with the account of epidemiological situation in Ukraine"

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