Russina kafirs killed a 6-year-old boy

1_11.jpgRussian kafirs (infidels, invaders) shot and killed a 6-year-old boy Friday while conducting a so-called “sweep operation” for Mujahid in a volatile region neighboring Chechnya, the victim’s family said.

The region’s chief prosecutor, Yuri Turygin, said in a statement that the boy was killed in a skirmish between security forces and Mujahideen hiding in the house, but he did not say which side had fired the fatal shot. The family insisted no Mujahideen were in the house.

Ramzan Amriyev told The Associated Press that a special commando unit of FSB surrounded his house in the village of Chemulga in the province of Ingushetia early Friday, knocked down the door and put him, his wife and their four children face down on the floor.

 The kafirs then opened fire over their heads on other rooms in the house, Amriyev said. When the shooting ended, they found their 6-year-old son, Rakhim, dead with a gunshot wound to the head.

 The kafirs said the boy was killed by a bullet that ricocheted, but his relatives insisted it was a deliberate murder.

 After the shooting, puppet police kept the half-dressed Amriyevs and their neighbors in the cold for about half an hour. “They took us out barefooted without giving us time to dress and put on our shoes,” Amriyev’s wife, Luiza, told the AP.

 Police then rammed the Amriyev’s house with their armored personnel carrier, destroying the building. Police said they suspected that a Mujahid was hiding in the house.

 Turygin, the prosecutor, said Amriyev, the owner of the house, was suspected of rebel links and a search for him was under way.

 Local officials and witnesses countered that claim. Amriyev openly spoke to an Associated Press reporter beside the ruins of his home several hours after his son was killed.

 His brother, Aslan, who heads the village administration, said the special forces of FSB urged him to tell local residents that they were fired upon from Amriyev’s house. When he refused, they threatened to shoot him.

Source: Agencyes

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