Chechen warlords: Shamil Basayev, Ramzan Kadyrov, Sulim Yamadayev, Salman Raduyev, Arbi Barayev, Ruslan Gelayev, Ruslan Yamadayev

 
9781155431901: Chechen warlords: Shamil Basayev, Ramzan Kadyrov, Sulim Yamadayev, Salman Raduyev, Arbi Barayev, Ruslan Gelayev, Ruslan Yamadayev
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 23. Chapters: Shamil Basayev, Ramzan Kadyrov, Sulim Yamadayev, Salman Raduyev, Arbi Barayev, Ruslan Gelayev, Ruslan Yamadayev, Akhmad Kadyrov, Sultan Geliskhanov, Movladi Baisarov, Ruslan Labazanov, Said-Magomed Kakiyev, Dzhabrail Yamadayev. Excerpt: Shamil Salmanovich Basayev (Russian: ; January 14, 1965 - July 10, 2006) was a Chechen militant Islamist and a leader of the Chechen rebel movement. Starting as a field commander in the Transcaucasus, Basayev led guerrilla campaigns against the Russian troops for years, as well as launching mass-hostage takings of civilians, with his goal being the withdrawal of Russian soldiers from Chechnya. Beginning in 2003, Basayev used the nom de guerre and title of Emir Abdallah Shamil Abu-Idris. In 1997-1998 he also served as vice-Prime minister of Chechnya in Maskhadov's government. Basayev was considered by some to be the undisputed leader of the radical wing of the Chechen insurgency. He was responsible for numerous guerrilla attacks on security forces in and around Chechnya as well as terrorist attacks on civilians, most notoriously the attack on a school in Beslan, located in North Ossetia, which led to the deaths of more than 385 people, most of them children and the 2002 Moscow theater hostage crisis. ABC News described him as "one of the most-wanted terrorists in the world". Basayev was killed by an explosion on July 10, 2006. Controversy still surrounds who is responsible for his death, with Russians claiming he was killed in a targeted killing by the FSB, Chechens claiming he died in an accidental explosion, and other sources claiming a rival insurgent group killed him. Shamil Basayev was born in the village of Dyshne-Vedeno, near Vedeno, in south-eastern Chechnya to Chechen parents from the Benoy teip. According to Gennady Troshev, he has some distant Russian ancestry. He was named...

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