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What are Chechens doing in Afghanistan?

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Chechens and Uzbeks in Afghanistan are directly subordinate to the al-Qaida center abroad. Basically, they are professionally trained and heavily armed 30-year-old men. Local afraid of them. This elite Taliban special forces, if necessary, can be transferred to any hot spot in the world.


The fighting in Afghanistan in the immediate vicinity of the Turkmen border caused serious concern among a number of Central Asian politicians and experts. The region began to seriously talk about the beginning of expansion from the South. According to the secretary of the Defense Council of Kyrgyzstan Busurmankul Tabaldiyev, the Central Asian and North Caucasian militants fighting on the side of the Taliban have already begun to concentrate along the Tajik border.

Meanwhile, many experts refer to the prospects of an Afghan invasion of Central Asia with a fair amount of skepticism. “I think that the Taliban never intended to expand into Central Asia. These are more legends of Russian political scientists to justify Russia's presence in the region,” Umed Babakhanov, director of the largest Tajik information and analytical holding Asia Plus, told Rosbalt.

On the whole, the head of the Central Asia Department of the Institute of Ethnology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Sergei Abashin, shares a similar point of view. “I don’t think that a massive invasion of Afghan militants into Central Asia may occur soon. Now, on the eve of the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, the leadership of some Central Asian countries deliberately speculate on the Taliban threat to get weapon and in general, "attention" to the United States, "said the scientist to Rosbalt.

At the same time, Sergei Abashin does not believe that the problem of "threat from the South" does not exist at all. “Fears that after the withdrawal of NATO troops from Afghanistan, Islamists are stepping up the Central Asian direction, are also not groundless. Another thing is the scale of this“ expansion, ”the ethnologist argues.

“Fights near the Turkmen border have no connection at all with the hypothesis about the expansion of the Taliban to the north. The Taliban are not the first to go to the Turkmen border. But they never tried to go to war with Ashgabat. Why? And under Niyazov and Berdymukhamedov, Ashgabat’s authorities completely fought “It’s more difficult with clusters in Afghan Badakhshan. Of course, there are forces that want to destabilize the former Soviet republics. It is possible that there will be attempts at breakthroughs,” an officer of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies told Rosbalt, chief editor Actor of the journal "Problems of National Strategy" Azhdar Kurtov.

At the same time, according to the political scientist, the most dangerous for Central Asia are not the Afghan Taliban, but the Central Asian and North Caucasian militants fighting on their side, who will remain without "work" after the withdrawal of American troops.

From this point of view it is difficult to disagree. The Rosbalt correspondent had more than one reason to make sure that almost all the local residents were aware and afraid of the Central Asian militants in the north of Afghanistan. “I met with militants of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan and was surprised at how well armed they were compared to the Afghan Taliban. The Uzbeks seemed like real professionals. They were equipped with new machine guns, walkie-talkies. Our Taliban seemed to be just beggars compared to them,” with me an Afghan journalist from the city of Kunduz, Matin Sarfaz.

It is interesting that, according to an Afghan colleague, the average age of IMU fighters is about thirty years. Most of them moved from Central Asia to Afghanistan more than a decade ago, and therefore, new members join this international terrorist organization.

“Chechens and Uzbeks who are fighting today in Afghanistan,” an international organization’s official in Kunduz told Rosbalt, who did not want to be identified, is not at all like those militants who fought against Russian troops in Chechnya or participated in the civil war in Tajikistan. a generation for which the main thing is the idea of ​​jihad. These people are much more radical than their predecessors, they hate Russia with fierce hatred. "

According to the Assistant Head of the National Security Department of Afghanistan in the province of Kunduz, Abdul Karim, the militants from the countries of the former USSR form a separate elite Taliban unit, which is directly subordinate to the foreign center of Al-Qaida. "Al Qaeda wants to use this professionals at the international level. Yes, today they are fighting in Afghanistan, but if necessary they will be transferred to another" hot spot "of the world. Here you can see a clear analogy with foreign volunteers who fought with your troops in the past century", Mr. Karim argues.

It can be assumed that the "transfer" to Central Asia will be carried out on the Kalaihumb segment of the Tajik Pamir. The poorly guarded Pyanj border river in this area is quite narrow and, therefore, convenient for crossings. In addition, during the Tajik civil war, local residents unconditionally supported the Islamic opposition, and in the neighborhood of Kalaikhumb is the famous Karategin Valley, where from 2009 to 2011 a year government troops fought bloody battles with militants invading from Afghanistan, among whom were not only Tajiks, but also natives of the North Caucasus.

At the same time, according to Azhdar Kurtov, most likely the Tajik troops will be able to repel this invasion. “Today, the army of Tajikistan is no longer an army of 90s. Training and equipment are much better. They coped with their rebels in Khorog. And even without outside help. But when they pripechet, they will surely throw their feet in Moscow. And Moscow will help There is no need for the success of these adventures from the territory of Afghanistan - massive support for insurgents from within Tajikistan, or at least massive indifference of the population in the likely victory of the Islamists. According to my information, there is no such thing. erspektivny "- said Ajdar Kurtov.
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  1. avant-garde
    avant-garde 8 May 2013 06: 35
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    What are the Chechens doing in Afghanistan? I'm afraid of course to make a mistake, well, probably they’re fighting.
    1. svp67
      svp67 8 May 2013 06: 39
      +3
      Quote: avant-garde
      What are the Chechens doing in Afghanistan? I'm afraid of course to make a mistake, well, probably they’re fighting.
      You are right, but they are fighting, but the meaning of this article is different, WHY and WHAT do they fight there for?
      1. GELEZNII_KAPUT
        GELEZNII_KAPUT 8 May 2013 06: 41
        0
        Echo of the Chechen war, this!
      2. MrFYGY
        MrFYGY 8 May 2013 06: 45
        +4
        In the Caucasus, they cannot run and shoot freely, so they travel around Asia. Experience will pick up, come back. They also get money with weapons. I think Bashar al-Assad will be able to "cool" their ardor.
        1. Hudo
          Hudo 8 May 2013 06: 50
          +4
          Quote: MrFYGY
          In the Caucasus, they cannot run and shoot freely, so they travel around Asia. Experience will pick up, come back. They also get money with weapons. I think Bashar al-Assad will be able to "cool" their ardor.


          Assad now is not sugar without them, there every bastard has run over enough to make the Syrian people poison their lives.
      3. Ruslan67
        Ruslan67 8 May 2013 06: 47
        +5
        Quote: svp67
        WHY and WHAT do they fight there for?

        They have such a mentality request This nation can do nothing but fight. Those who are in Afghanistan for grandmothers. Those who are on our side mainly for what the Dudaevtsi did to their families and now they have sided with those who were right and with whom they have a future. Something like this request
        1. Hleb
          Hleb 8 May 2013 06: 52
          +1
          mainly for what the Dudaevtsi did to their families

          this is far from the foundation
          1. Ruslan67
            Ruslan67 8 May 2013 07: 14
            +2
            Quote: Gleb
            this is far from the foundation

            I agree! But no one has yet been able to cancel the blood feud in the Caucasus request the older generation has truth and common sense But! the more civilization there the less
            1. Black Colonel
              Black Colonel 8 May 2013 16: 22
              0
              Outside Chechnya, the young are mostly uncontrollable by their elders. Fact!
      4. bask
        bask 8 May 2013 07: 17
        +6
        What are the Chechens doing in Afghanistan

        An article that advertises militants of the same nationality?
        Like if they are such, elite and terrible, come to us. Paws to the top or head under the knife like a ram and don’t pick. Not ...... I, if we’ll wet everything, regardless of nationality !!!
      5. Phantom Revolution
        Phantom Revolution 8 May 2013 07: 54
        +2
        Quote: svp67
        You are right, but they are fighting, but the meaning of this article is different, WHY and WHAT do they fight there for?

        Fanatics are brainwashed in the Caucasus, be healthy and sent to Afghanistan for a pittance, someone just needs to show their "strength" by killing, robbing and raping. Look at the example of Syria and you will understand.
        1. Black Colonel
          Black Colonel 8 May 2013 16: 33
          0
          Fighting on foreign territory has always been like this. Latvian arrows that got up in civilian in Russia! Yes, and the Chinese with the Czechs.
      6. sergo0000
        sergo0000 8 May 2013 08: 01
        +2
        Quote: svp67
        Quote: avant-garde
        What are the Chechens doing in Afghanistan? I'm afraid of course to make a mistake, well, probably they’re fighting.
        You are right, but they are fighting, but the meaning of this article is different, WHY and WHAT do they fight there for?

        For what they can fight!? For the "green" of course! Money earns. There is no other job there.
      7. Deniska999
        Deniska999 8 May 2013 09: 12
        0
        For jihad, etc. etc.
    2. vadimus
      vadimus 8 May 2013 07: 09
      +7
      This area is on a par with the poppy plantation of terrorists ... And weeding there is necessary for a long time. Only humanity must be forgotten. All for science, for Michurin .....
      1. Black Colonel
        Black Colonel 8 May 2013 16: 34
        0
        The weeding should be carpeted. And systematic.
    3. baltika-18
      baltika-18 8 May 2013 08: 59
      +4
      Quote: avant-garde
      What are Chechens doing in Afghanistan?

      Train ....
      Any little training war before big events.
      Hello. hi
      1. bask
        bask 8 May 2013 11: 00
        +2
        Quote: baltika-18
        little war training before big events

        Yes, big events, with the pace of Wahhabism spreading, cannot be avoided in Russia.
        Many Russians embrace Islam and become radicals. We have this situation.
    4. knn54
      knn54 8 May 2013 11: 19
      0
      avant-garde: well, probably they’re fighting.
      To whom is the war, and to whom is the mother dear. And the PMV, Civil, Great Patriotic War ... showed that they are also marauding. No wonder the locals are afraid.
  2. waisson
    waisson 8 May 2013 06: 50
    +2
    today they are in afghanistan tomorrow in our Dagestan in Chechnya there is no strong teip of Kadyrov
    1. Black Colonel
      Black Colonel 8 May 2013 16: 38
      0
      Is Kadyrov spoken of? The elder has been filled up and the younger will be able to. The question of professionalism in the organization of this event. Kadyrov has many local "well-wishers".
  3. avant-garde
    avant-garde 8 May 2013 06: 57
    +4
    Quote: svp67
    Quote: avant-garde
    What are the Chechens doing in Afghanistan? I'm afraid of course to make a mistake, well, probably they’re fighting.
    You are right, but they are fighting, but the meaning of this article is different, WHY and WHAT do they fight there for?

    supposedly just for the money!
    1. svp67
      svp67 8 May 2013 07: 08
      +4
      Quote: avant-garde
      supposedly just for the money!
      For us and our country, this would be the best answer. but I'm afraid it is far from complete. These people are fighting not just for money, they also have a goal - to take revenge, and all this is "fertilized" by a very radical ideology. So the "cocktail" is very explosive. Now the question of where the "Boston terrorist" will be buried is being discussed, the Americans do not want to bury him on their territory, but we also cannot allow this, no matter how Christian it sounds, since this grave can become a "place of pilgrimage and worship" for all future terrorists ...
  4. fenix57
    fenix57 8 May 2013 07: 01
    +1
    Quote: waisson
    strong teip Kadyrova

    This is probably right (according to the judge in football you can figure it out) ....
    Quote: avant-garde
    I'm afraid of course to make a mistake, well, probably they’re fighting.

    Oh .. fucking Ekibastus .. rights to 100 .....
    To try, yes (yes sure!) To the side of Assad, -and don't ,! mercenaries ...without faith ...
  5. Horn
    Horn 8 May 2013 07: 10
    0
    For men, it is an honor to fight, trade, and shepherd sheep. Moreover, sheep are not necessarily sheep.
    1. Hleb
      Hleb 8 May 2013 07: 14
      +3
      it is necessary to clarify in understanding who the trader is considered a man.
      huckster need a lot of courage?
    2. runway
      runway 8 May 2013 10: 47
      +1
      I think your comment is the most correct. People from Chechnya (of any nationality) located in Afghanistan and other "hot" spots can only kill, steal and take money for it. Only this is not the path of a warrior who protects his people, but the path of a jackal attacking the weak and defenseless. They are not bearers of the faith (although they hide behind it), they harm Islam - since the murder of innocents cannot explain the basis of justice.
  6. avant-garde
    avant-garde 8 May 2013 07: 18
    +3
    Quote: svp67
    Quote: avant-garde
    supposedly just for the money!
    For us and our country, this would be the best answer. but I'm afraid it is far from complete. These people are fighting not just for money, they also have a goal - to take revenge, and all this is "fertilized" by a very radical ideology. So the "cocktail" is very explosive. Now the question of where the "Boston terrorist" will be buried is being discussed, the Americans do not want to bury him on their territory, but we also cannot allow this, no matter how Christian it sounds, since this grave can become a "place of pilgrimage and worship" for all future terrorists ...

    And how many do you think of such terrorists in the mountains of the Caucasus are buried, you can just worship mountains there not necessarily the grave. The main thing that drives them is money and to hell with them they don’t need any religion.
    1. svp67
      svp67 8 May 2013 07: 38
      +1
      Quote: avant-garde
      The main thing that drives them is money and to hell with them they don’t need any religion.
      You carefully look at the stories of similar events - without an understandable and popular ideology, these movements will not be able to recruit themselves replenishment. And to kill for money, this is not for them, they kill for an idea, and money is its integral part, in their understanding
  7. djon3volta
    djon3volta 8 May 2013 07: 23
    0
    well, they’re these fighters, what’s next? how many of these elite fighters? they will dance all their lives in Afghans and Iraq, then they will grow old and die, they will bang someone. laughing whom and what can they destabilize? Well, small, not very strong countries or republics. Where can they be held, in which republics and states with their swarthy appearance? Sometimes they blow up in Dagestan, and so what? They have weakened RPG from the house and there are no militants. What , they destabilized Dagestan? no. that's all. well let's say they will transfer 100-200 to Dagestan (for example), and like they are destabilizing the whole of Dagestan or Russia? sssssadi don’t tell my slippers, okay? ! FOR DEMOCRACY URAAAA laughing that’s all nonsense, they’ll be introduced by KTO and they will crush these 100-200 from helicopters and armored vehicles, but at least 500 of them will be, because they have ammunition not endless and they won’t get there for months. You need to think soberly, rather than engage in self-intimidation again, as yesterday in the topic of the Chinese occupation, it infuriates us, if everything were so scary, our country would no longer exist in the form in which it exists or there was a non-stop multi-year civil war.
    1. Nvalexandr
      Nvalexandr 8 May 2013 08: 01
      0
      good Totally agree good
    2. CTEPX
      CTEPX 8 May 2013 11: 14
      0
      Quote: djon3volta
      Well, they are these fighters

      In addition, those about whom the article is about, this is part of the mobile gang of the drug cartel, led by the current occupiers.
  8. albai
    albai 8 May 2013 07: 39
    +5
    "I met with the militants of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan and was surprised how well they were armed in comparison with the Afghan Taliban. The Uzbeks gave the impression of real professionals. They were equipped with new machine guns, walkie-talkies. Compared to them, our Taliban seemed just beggars," he said in an interview with me is an Afghan journalist from the city of Kunduz Matin Sarfaz.
    The bulk of the IMU fighters are highly motivated guys from RU, because Karimov is very tough on his Islamists. In the country, fundamental Islam is almost driven underground and driven out of the country. Mostly in the IRA. In the north of Afghanistan there is a very large diaspora of Uzbeks. Kunduz, Fayzabad, Mazar-e-Sharif, etc. Russia has nothing to do with it. They have a fierce hatred of Karimov’s regime. Well - events of the 90s and 2010 in the south of Kyrgyzstan (skillfully fueled ethnic Kyrgyz-Uzbek ethnic confrontation) provoked by Amer matches, - to the Kyrgyz. Times:
    Central Asian and North Caucasian militants fighting on the side of the Taliban have already begun to focus along the Tajik border.
    So Uncle Sam does not need to come up with anything, these kids need to point a finger at Bishkek, if he starts yelling about the withdrawal of the Base, and another fire is ready, and the justification for the need for an American air base in Bishkek. And this bonfire can spread to the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Republic of Kazakhstan, especially in these republics, the power that, based on the personal authority of the elderly leaders, after their departure to another world, can fall apart with fanfare. This means that the "big brother" of the CA needs to stand firmly at the borders with the l / s CA. Bend Rakhmon and Atambaev harder, they didn’t pick. He and his toy soldiers cannot put out the fire.
  9. avant-garde
    avant-garde 8 May 2013 08: 07
    +1
    Quote: djon3volta
    well, they’re these fighters, what’s next? how many of these elite fighters? they will dance all their lives in Afghans and Iraq, then they will grow old and die, they will bang someone. laughing whom and what can they destabilize? Well, small, not very strong countries or republics. Where can they be held, in which republics and states with their swarthy appearance? Sometimes they blow up in Dagestan, and so what? They have weakened RPG from the house and there are no militants. What , they destabilized Dagestan? no. that's all. well let's say they will transfer 100-200 to Dagestan (for example), and like they are destabilizing the whole of Dagestan or Russia? sssssadi don’t tell my slippers, okay? ! FOR DEMOCRACY URAAAA laughing that’s all nonsense, they’ll be introduced by KTO and they will crush these 100-200 from helicopters and armored vehicles, but at least 500 of them will be, because they have ammunition not endless and they won’t get there for months. You need to think soberly, rather than engage in self-intimidation again, as yesterday in the topic of the Chinese occupation, it infuriates us, if everything were so scary, our country would no longer exist in the form in which it exists or there was a non-stop multi-year civil war.

    Have you heard about the first and second Chechen war ???
    1. djon3volta
      djon3volta 8 May 2013 08: 17
      -2
      Quote: avant-garde
      Have you heard about the first and second Chechen war ???

      I heard and heard. The question is - what number of militants opposed the Russian army? let's start with this first. and how many opposed Russian fighters in the first company, and in the second. let me give you the exact numbers. I can assure you that not 100 or 500 people fought with the Russian army, or even 1000, but much more scattered in different places.
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  11. avant-garde
    avant-garde 8 May 2013 08: 33
    0
    Quote: djon3volta
    Quote: avant-garde
    Have you heard about the first and second Chechen war ???

    I heard and heard. The question is - what number of militants opposed the Russian army? let's start with this first. and how many opposed Russian fighters in the first company, and in the second. let me give you the exact numbers. I can assure you that not 100 or 500 people fought with the Russian army, or even 1000, but much more scattered in different places.

    So you yourself answered your own question, is this much more how much do you think ??? They destabilized the situation in the Russian Federation ??? If so, then it turns out Russia is a small country that is not able to protect itself based on your logic? Where did these not even 1000-chi come from ??? And why do you write them with RPGs did not kill with one shot ??? And from where did they take ammunition and new weapons for so many years of war with Russia!
    1. djon3volta
      djon3volta 8 May 2013 09: 30
      -2
      Quote: avant-garde
      And from where did they take ammunition and new weapons for so many years of war with Russia!

      they didn’t take anything anywhere, everything was already there after the collapse of the USSR and tanks, weapons and people.
      there is no war there now, because the leaders of the militants were physically destroyed. Here would be the leaders of the opposition hamster destroy physically, so that the people do not balamuti.
      what is the difference between Raduev, Basayev, Maskhadov and Navalny and Udaltsov? The first have machines in their hands, hamsters have smarphones. But what unites them is a fight against the Russian government! ALL of them were killed in the toilet, there are no leaders, there is no war, nothing will work without leaders. I hope hamsters at least rot in the gulags.
  12. optimist
    optimist 8 May 2013 09: 06
    +1
    As they said at one time in North America: "Good Indian, dead Indian!" .... And it seems that other real and effective options simply do not exist ... repeat
  13. Vtel
    Vtel 8 May 2013 09: 22
    +1
    "... A new generation has grown up, for which the main thing is the idea of ​​jihad. These people are much more radical than their predecessors, they hate Russia with fierce hatred."

    And they love the USA very much, it’s not clear why, grandmas, and what is jihad about.
    1. heavytank
      heavytank 8 May 2013 09: 38
      0
      they look after american girls there winked
  14. heavytank
    heavytank 8 May 2013 09: 40
    0
    for every American or NATO fallen, one must pay. such a business.
  15. MRomanovich
    MRomanovich 8 May 2013 09: 43
    0
    I didn’t understand, were they distinguished themselves in battles somewhere, or did they only scare civilians with harshness and sparkling weapons? It seems to me that all the same, the second.
  16. Middle-brother
    Middle-brother 8 May 2013 09: 46
    +1
    It seems that in connection with the forthcoming withdrawal of the main forces of the Americans from Afghanistan, by the hands of these comrades (the so-called radical Islamists and other scum), the relevant forces will want to pick up the reins of government in the country and take control of all drug trafficking. Everything has been settled with the top of Tajikistan, it will only be necessary to show them that there has been a change in business partners. Accordingly, there will be no assault on Dushanbe. IMHO.
  17. MRomanovich
    MRomanovich 8 May 2013 09: 50
    +2
    Quote: heavytank
    for every American or NATO fallen, one must pay. such a business.

    they will kill as many Americans as the Americans themselves need, since America itself and its friends feed them. but feeds not directly from their own hands, but from strangers, so that in the event of something, to abandon them.
  18. Day 11
    Day 11 8 May 2013 10: 19
    +1
    Have you noticed that Chechens (and not other North Caucasians) are everywhere? They themselves created "monsters" from them. And they themselves believed that they were all terminators and openly say to their Ingush brothers: We are Warriors, and You are shepherds! Thanks to our media for this.
    1. Black Colonel
      Black Colonel 8 May 2013 16: 59
      0
      For some reason, the Chechens of the Ingush despised (and despised). Yes, in my opinion, and everyone else. This is called swagger. But they understand ONLY FORCE.
  19. OCD
    OCD 8 May 2013 10: 28
    +1
    Today they are in Afghanistan and Syria, and tomorrow, with us. Having the experience of military operations, knowing the tactics of guerrilla warfare, and fiercely hating Russia. Just like the Arabs surfaced in Chechnya (Khattab and the rest).
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 8 May 2013 10: 32
      0
      Khattab-Chechen by nationality (so, by the way)
      1. mamba
        mamba 8 May 2013 11: 18
        0
        Quote: Den 11
        Khattab Chechen

        We read the wiki:
        Amir ibn al-Khattab (real name Samer Saleh al-Suwailem), field commander, originally from Saudi Arabia, one of the leaders of the armed groups of the self-proclaimed Chechen Republic of Ichkeria in 1995-2002, a supporter of the creation of an Islamic state in Chechnya. He preached the ideas of Wahhabism and religious holy war (“ghazavata”), which he practiced before Chechnya, participating in hostilities on the side of Islamists in Afghanistan (1987-1992) and Tajikistan (1993). He was one of the leaders of Muslim organizations, the Islamic International Peace Brigade and the Higher Military Majlisul Shura of the Combined Forces of the Mujahideen of the Caucasus.
        Born in the city of Arar (Saudi Arabia). According to Newsweek, Khattab is an ethnic Chechen, a representative of the large Jordanian Chechen diaspora. There is also information that he was half a Circassian. According to a number of evidence, Khattab has Jordanian citizenship. Rumors about his Chechen origin and allegedly serving in the Circassian Guard - the personal guard of the King of Jordan, consisting of Chechens and Kabardins, are untrue. ” Akhmat Kadyrov pointed out that Khattab was allegedly actually a Yemenite Jew, who named his first daughter Sarah. Referring now to the FSB, then to the GRU, or even to the CIA, he was called either a Jordanian Chechen or an Arab - when he was Jordanian, when Saudi, sometimes Yemeni, or even completely enlisted in Pakistanis. Zelimkhan Yandarbiev claimed that Khattab was Saudi by nationality. General Troshev wrote that Khattab was born into a “rich Jordanian family of Chechen descent.” The fact that Khattab hails from Saudi Arabia was also testified by A. Collins who fought under his command. In 2001, the Jordanian ambassador in Moscow, Mubaydin, stated that Khattab had never been a citizen of Jordan and was not a Jordanian.
        1. Day 11
          Day 11 8 May 2013 11: 38
          0
          In short, muddy type, with a muddy history of origin!
  20. ale-x
    ale-x 8 May 2013 10: 31
    +1
    There have been no battles in Afghanistan for a long time. Taliban and Coalition Forces exist quite peacefully. The former accumulate forces and resources, the latter master budgets and trade in drugs. Well, they hold the bridgehead - from there, not far to the Russian Federation and the PRC. Then it will be possible to "direct jihad" anywhere, even to Central Asia or to China (Uighurs are restless guys, we already saw this rehearsal several years ago).
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 8 May 2013 10: 40
      0
      I absolutely agree with you. There, the Yankees have long had a grudge against everyone, paid the most odious field commanders (whatever they were touched) who should be armed. Now all this Caudle is waiting only for the go-ahead from Fashington, they’ll rush where they say
  21. Yeraz
    Yeraz 8 May 2013 10: 36
    +1
    Just because of the Chechen wars, there are more Chechens there. Of the other CIS countries, there are also simply smaller volumes.
  22. ale-x
    ale-x 8 May 2013 10: 57
    +1
    Quote: Den 11
    Khattab-Chechen by nationality (so, by the way)

    Like a Jordanian? Is not it so?
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 8 May 2013 11: 16
      +1
      Ethnic Chechen Born in Jordan
      1. ale-x
        ale-x 8 May 2013 11: 18
        0
        Looks like the main thing is not the origin and citizenship, but "education"?
  23. fenix57
    fenix57 8 May 2013 11: 24
    0
    "Amir ibn al-Khattab (real name - Samer Saleh al-Suweil [2] [3]) (April 14, 1966 (according to other sources - 1963, 1969) [4] - March 20, 2002) - a field commander, originally from Saudi Arabia, one of the leaders of the armed formations of the self-proclaimed Chechen Republic of Ichkeria on the territory of the Russian Federation in 1995-2002, a supporter of the creation of an Islamic state in Chechnya. He preached the ideas of Wahhabism and religious holy war ("ghazavata"), the practical implementation of which he was engaged in before Chechnya, participating in hostilities on the side of the Islamists in Afghanistan (1987-1992) and Tajikistan (1993). He was one of the leaders of the Muslim organizations "Islamic International Peacekeeping Brigade" and "Supreme Military Majlisul Shura of the Joint Forces of the Mujahideen of the Caucasus."
    Akhmat Kadyrov, when he was the head of the administration of the Chechen Republic, indicated:" Khattab is supposedly actually a Yemenite Jew"- in, again the Jews ... well, parasites ...
    Izzy, do you like with @cc three?
    - Yes, what?
    - So run home soon, maybe you will have time!
  24. dc120mm
    dc120mm 8 May 2013 11: 39
    +1
    Very irrerezhnaya article, I liked it.
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 8 May 2013 11: 44
      +1
      Brother, learn something Russian --- come in handy
      1. Yeraz
        Yeraz 8 May 2013 12: 30
        +1
        Quote: Den 11
        Brother, learn something Russian --- come in handy

        He either quickly typed on the keyboard or sits through the tablet, I often eat letters through the tablet, the word moves in the sentence or repeats)))
        1. Day 11
          Day 11 8 May 2013 12: 50
          0
          No, everything is much more commonplace, they (look at the flag) do not respect Russian. Today’s young people completely forgot the Russian language (thanks to Mishiko)
          1. Black Colonel
            Black Colonel 8 May 2013 17: 21
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            In-in, the son of Sakartvelo Russian independently teaches, poor fellow. Russian in Georgia is not respected (thanks to the nationalists). So the desire of this dzhigit in the knowledge of the great and powerful can be welcomed. Moreover, he communicates with native speakers of this language (of course, you won’t learn much here, because to learn you need to live in Russia and love her, but this is not always possible)
  25. Talaat
    Talaat 8 May 2013 11: 50
    +1
    World Cup between the national team and kafkaza. 10: 0 Kafkazians won. After the match, the journalist asks the coach how so? How could you?

    Very simple:
    Forwards Chechens - until you pay you will not be left behind
    Protection Azerbaijanis - until you pay you will not miss
    At the gates of an Armenian - you score a ball and you can never prove it.
  26. Roll
    Roll 8 May 2013 13: 15
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    am I don’t know about Tajikistan, but it is likely that China will intervene for Turkmenistan. He has great gas interest there, and the country is at hand, there is a corresponding agreement, and it’s time to try it. Therefore, the Taliban in Turkmenistan have no choice but to be killed; Chinese special forces are not sugar.
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 8 May 2013 13: 44
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      And where did this Chinese special forces show themselves to be considered "not sugar?"
  27. EDA2000
    EDA2000 8 May 2013 14: 24
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    What they do, what they do, they fight, they train, then to us No.
  28. Semyon Albertovich
    Semyon Albertovich 8 May 2013 14: 40
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    WHAT THEY DO - build a world caliphate and kill "infidels" - FANATICS of the utopian idea.
  29. Black
    Black 8 May 2013 14: 43
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    I do not agree with the author that this scum will not go to Tajikistan, to Uzbekistan. I’m just sure that in the next 3-4 years, it’s not sickly on the southern borders. These Islamic geese (just like that. Because there is no ideology there, only loot!) Will not stop.
    The Tajik god has washed his people more than once with blood.
  30. vitas
    vitas 8 May 2013 15: 29
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    ahaha at the left pi..atay discharge :)
  31. Cyberfedain
    Cyberfedain 8 May 2013 16: 27
    -1
    this site is right behind the scenes with hatred, the Japanese are ridiculed in one thread claiming that they are cowardly, no samurai are accused of this, the Chechens and Uzbeks are also blamed for this, the Arabs are omitted saying that they are vile cowards, the Turks are being lowered, and their Erdogan-Hitler is being blamed for cowardice, Israel also ended up in these cowardly ranks .. guys !!! did you feel completely ????


    I pray to Allah that the third world war will begin, to show who the coward really is, this is the most vile site that I have ever seen, it feels like a site of homosexuals, you are a bunch of evil hamsters which young soldiers will still tear on the British flag, we will undoubtedly see it in future inshaalah
  32. Cyberfedain
    Cyberfedain 8 May 2013 16: 35
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    you look in google, China at 6 o’clock in the morning on May 5, 2013 entered the territory of Tajikistan and enclosed an area of ​​28 thousand kilometers, which it took for non-payment of debt, in particular the Pamir Highlands, Badakhshan Plain, where the Murghap River takes its source. damn it because of these Russians, indigenous Central Asians lose their lands if there is no other way out - I swear by Allah I will enter al-Qaeda and go kill the Chinese invaders, and for one white-ears neighbors