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Radio Adiga: Attempt On Compatriot From Israel

posted by eagle on May, 2010 as ADYGEA

14 05 2010 
Attempt on compatriot from Israel

A student from Israel and a compatriot of Russia, Gerhard Kujan has been attacked by a group of extortionist. Two from Adygeya (Kabehov Rustam and Bzegejov Asker) and one from Karachayevo-Cherkessia (Baychorov Shamil). According to the victim they were attempting to take money from him and after a short quarrel one of the extortionist attacked the compatriot. The victim was brought to the Clinic Hospital of Adygeya in the capital Maykop with light wounds and hemorrhage in the face. 

According to the victim the attackers have extremist ideas against Circassians from abroad and repatriates. "I was heard one of them saying "why we need them here?” and the other said during the quarrel that "we will not let you alone even if you are a "guest” here”. 

The victim is stable but still suffers from lumps in the face. 

Radio Adiga

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