Nowhere in Russia the situation is not tense up as much as in the Autonomous Republic of Dagestan. Islamist uprising plunged the region consumed by corruption in the state on the brink of civil war. In Dagestan, about 2,2 million inhabitants, it was the birthplace of Imam Shamil, the legendary fighter who in the nineteenth century led fierce resistance from the authorities of the Russian Empire. After the fall of the Soviet Union, the government of the republic was seen as loyal to the Kremlin, and in addition, corrupt and incompetent. Human rights organizations in the North Caucasus have spent years documenting the abduction of young people. Kidnapping and violence have become commonplace. Weapons have virtually all and murders occur regularly.
1. November 24, 2010. - Sulak, Dagestan, Russia - Halipat Magomedov holding a passport of her daughter near his home in the village. Aminath Magomedov, who was twenty-one years, was murdered and her body was burned during the raid, which was conducted by federal agencies. Security forces began the so-called raid in a village in the anti-terrorist program.
2. November 24, 2010. - Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia - Janet Ahalimova twenty-five, was left without a husband and two children in her arms. Ahalimova claims that her husband of thirty-Magomed Nasibov, along with his cousin, who was twenty-one years, were abducted and killed in the center of Makhachkala, men in camouflage.
3. November 24, 2010. - Dagestan Russia - Aisha (who decided not to disclose his name) prays at the grave of twenty-three-in-law, who was assassinated in 2009 by unknown persons. The following year, the son of Aisha also was killed in Makhachkala, Dagestan.
4. November 20, 2010. - Dagestan Russia - Dagestan military control of the streets of Makhachkala. More than half of all terrorist acts occurred in the North Caucasus in Dagestan in 2010.
5. November 24, 2010. - Dagestan Russia - Khadizhat Nasibova, holds a cell phone with a photograph of her son on the screen. Son Nasibova dvadtsatiodnoletny Magomed Nasibov, died in July 2010. Nasibov said that she had witnessed the death of his son and nephew at night near his home in the small village of Sulak, Dagestan.
6. November 19, 2010 .- Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia - Muslim men perform voodoo (the usual cleansing ritual). His commit at the entrance to the mosque and it symbolizes the state of spiritual and physical purity, which is necessary in order to appear before God.
7. November 19, 2010. - Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia - Muslim men praying at a local mosque. Opposition in Dagestan has religious overtones: Republic is managed by the Sufis, the representatives form of Islam popular in the Caucasus and South Asia, while their opponents are Salafis (or the Wahhabis, as the government calls them), are followers of a strict form of Islam, which came from Saudi Arabia.
8. November 18, 2010 .- Kizlyar, Dagestan, Russia - a woman standing next to the dead sheep. By tradition, the killing of the sheep occurs at dawn Kurban Bayram, or the Feast of Sacrifice. " Republic is the subject of Russia located in the North Caucasus region. There were sporadic uprisings Islamists, occasional outbreaks of separatism, ethnic tension and terrorism since 1990.
9. November 24, 2010. - Sulak, Dagestan, Russia - a child whose father was kidnapped and murdered by men in camouflage near the village of Sulak.
10. November 24, 2010 - Dagestan, Russia - A woman holding a mobile phone with a photograph of her husband, who was kidnapped and murdered by unknown assailants.
11. November 22, 2010 - Dagestan Russia - twenty-five Amin Umarov was sitting with her son in her arms in her apartment with a photograph of her late husband. Umarov said that the April 22, 2007, her husband was kidnapped by men in camouflage, at the time of the abduction she was five months pregnant. Umarov said that she has since had not seen her husband and she did not know about his fate.
12. November 24, 2010 .- Dagestan, Russia - Dagestan girl who is now considered an orphan after her father was killed, lies in traditional Dagestani crib, known as the "aha".
13. November 24, 2010 .- Sulak, Dagestan, Russia - Khadizhat Nasibova, near his home in the village of Sulak. Nasibova son, Mohammed dvadtsatiodnoletny Nasibov, died in July 2010. Nasibov said that she had witnessed the death of his son and nephew, which occurred near her home.
14. November 24, 2010. - Dagestan Russia - doves fly over the cemetery where buried several murder victims. Since 1990, the region continued sporadic separatist, ethnic tension and terrorism, which leads to numerous deaths every day.
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