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Crimean Tatar murdered, buried in annexed Crimea

A man is a son of delegate of Kurultai of Crimean Tatar people and member of Bakhchysarai regional Mejlis Mustafa Mustafayev
14:19, 12 July 2019

Shevket Namatullayev Facebook

38-year-old Fahri Mustafayev found murdered in Aramante village, Bakhchysarai area, Crimea as journalist Shevket Namatullayev reported on Facebook.

It is reported that Fahri Mustafayev disappeared on July 10. On July 9, about 9 a.m. he got off the phone, packed up and went to Simferopol for business. Nobody could get in touch with him after half an hour. On July 11, on the late evening, he was wound murdered and buried.

The journalist reported that Fahri Mustafayev is a son of delegate of Kurultai of Crimean Tatar people and member of Bakhchysarai regional Mejlis Mustafa Mustafayev.

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The victim had three children.

On July 11, about 50 Crimean Tatars were detained for participation in a rally in Moscow. The law enforcers noted that the Crimean Tatars came to the building of the Supreme Court of Russia, where the appeal in Hizb-ut-Tahrir case was considered.

Later it was reported that all of them were released by Moscow internal affairs agencies.

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On June 18, North Caucasian Federal District of Rostov (Russia) delivered its verdict to “Simferopol” group on Hizb ut-Tahrir case. All the figurants were found guilty. They received the following sentences: Abdullayev Teymur – 17 years of a high-security regime with restriction of liberty for 1,5 year; Abdullayev Uezir – 13 years; Saledinov Ayder – 12 years; Rustem Ismayilov – 14 years; Djemadenov Emil – 12 years.

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