Fierce clash near village of Roshni-Chu

8_1.jpgKavkaz Center’s source reported that a clash between the unit of Mujahideen and the united gang of murtadin and Russian kuffar occurred in the morning of May 2, 2008. The source reported that the battle lasted several hours.It was also reported that Chechen troops ambushed the invaders and Kadyrov’s murtadin, who planned to conduct a large-scale “sweep operation” in the woodland, where the invaders claimed the Chechen Mujahideen unit was deployed.

 

According to updated reports, 6 murtadin and 2 Russian kuffar were killed in the battle. 2 more murtadin and 1 kafir were wounded.

 

The report also accurately stressed that at least 2 murtadin from the village of Roshni-Chu and 1 murtad from Urus-Martan were among those killed in the clash. No casualties among the Chechen Mujahideen have been reported.

 

Nothing was reported about the battle by the Russian side or the local puppets. The only statement that was made an hour after the Kavkaz Center issued the publication was about the “shootout” during which 1 murtad and 1 Russian kafir were killed. At the same time there are discrepancies present in the reports released by the Russian side, as usual. Some reports claim that only 1 collaborator was allegedly killed and 1 Russian kafir wounded. Other reports claim that 3 murtadin and kuffar were wounded.

 

It should also be reminded that a large-scale combat operation was carried out two weeks ago, on April 20, 2008, in Urus-Martan and Achkhoi-Martan districts, during which units of Southwestern Front of Armed Forces (under the command of Amir Tarkhan) of the Caucasus Emirate “cleansed” several towns and villages from Kadyrov’s collaborators: Bamut, Yandi-Kotar, Ashkhoi-Kotar, Gekhi-Chu and a number of other villages; 23 Kadyrov’s murtadin were eliminated.

 

Russian invaders and local puppets never reported about the raid that Chechen Mujahideen had conducted. They only stated that “early morning of April 21 two armed men in camouflage uniforms set the building of the village council on fire in Bamut; and in Shalazhi three unidentified men in masks kidnapped the local policeman”.

Kavkaz Center

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